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EASTERN MINDORO COLLEGE

Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro


Prelim Examination in Biology

Name: _______________________________ Date:____________________

TEST 1. MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose the letter of the nearest answer and write it on the space provided.
____ 1. The part of the flower where pollen grains could be found.
A. stigma B. anther C. style D. ovary
____ 2. Which part of the flower attracts insect for pollination?
A. sepals B. peduncle C. petals D. filament
____ 3. The secretion of endocrine glands.
A. tears B. perspiration C. hormone D. cholesterol
____ 4. Which of the following muscle tissue is voluntary?
A. cardiac muscle B. skeletal muscle C. smooth muscle D. all
____ 5. Which of the following is NOT an agent of pollination?
A. insect B. soil C. wind D. birds
____ 6. Which of the following is a true?
A. Petals attract insects for pollination
B. Plants can survive even without light.
C. Mesophyll is the layer for protection
D. Sessile leaves are attached to the stem by petiole.
____ 7. Tendons and ligaments are examples of ______________________ tissue.
A. dense connective B. loose connective C. cartilage D. adipose
____ 8. Which is NOT a female part of the flower?
A. ovary B. filament C. style D. stigma
____ 9. Which is epithelial cells can be commonly found lining the respiratory tract?
A. ciliated columnar B. squamous C. cuboidal D. all
____ 10. What kind of modified root is the root of carrot?
A. climbing B. aerial C. fibrous D. fleshy
____ 11. What made up the woody part of the stem?
A. phloem B. xylem C. periderm D. pith
____ 12. What is the venation of cogon leaves?
A. pinnate netted B. palmately netted C. parallel D. all
____ 13. The part of the nerve cell that conducts impulses toward the cell body.
A. axon B. dendrites C. motor D. spinal cord
____ 14. Which of the following has no liquid matrix?
A. loose connective tissue C. dense connective tissue
B. cartilage D. adipose tissue
____ 15. What supports the whole part of the flower.
A. peduncle B. sepals C. stalk D. stigma
____ 16. That kind of plants based on stem are grasses?
A. trees B. shrubs C. vines D. herbs
____ 17. The part of the root where secondary roots arise.
A. epidermis B. periderm C. pericycle D. cortex
____ 18. Which is not the component of the bark?
A. phloem B. periderm C. cortex D. xylem
____ 19. What cause/s materials to move through the xylem and phloem?
A. capillarity B. transpiration pull C. diffusion D. all
____ 20. Enlarged leaves of onions are called
A. tubers B. corms C. rhizomes D. bulbs
TEST 3. Identification. Identify the following
______________________ 1. Elongated sclerenchyma cells.
______________________ 2. Produces the secondary xylem and phloem.
______________________ 3. Plant tissue which serve as food storage.
______________________ 4. Vertical growth of plant.
______________________ 5. Replaces the epidermis in matured plants.
______________________ 6. Nerve cell.
______________________ 7. Arrangement of leaves.
______________________ 8. Ductless gland.
______________________ 9. Protection of the root tip.
______________________ 10. Bone cells
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TEST 3. Describe the leaf below based on TEST 4. Draw the flower and label at least 6 parts.
1. apex _____________________
2. venation __________________
3. margin ___________________
4. base _____________________

TEST 5. Make a drawing/ sketch of the following and give one example: (2 points each)
1. Alternate leaves arrangement
2. Bipinnate leaves
3. Netted venation
4. Taproot system
5. Leaf with serrated margin

G O O D L U C K!

Sir JERIEL