1. 1989 Q2 P1
State one structural and one functional difference between motor and sensory neurons.
2. 1990 Q15 P1
(a) How are the structures of the human eye adapted to their function?
1. 1989 Q6 P1
The diagram below represents a mammalian bone
(a) State the functions labelled K and L
(b) State the region of the body in which the bone is found
2. 1991 Q1 P1
State two ways in which skeletal muscle fibers are adapted to their functions
3. 1991 Q5 P1
The diagram below shows the arrangement of bones and muscles in a human arm
1. 1995 Q3 P1
State two ways in which some fungi are harmful to man (2 marks)
2. 1995 Q6 P1
The diagram below represents a fern
(a) The parts labelled A and B ( 2 marks)
(b) The division to which the plant belongs ( 1 mark)
1. 1989 Q14 P1The table below shows the concentration of some ions in pond water and in the cell sap of an aquatic plant growing in the pond.
(i) Sodium ions
(ii) Potassium ions
(b) For each processes named in (a) (i) and (ii) above, state one condition necessary for the process to take place.
NUTRITION IN PLANTS AND ANIMALS
The diagram below shows chemical reactions I, and II which are controlled by enzymes respectively.
1. 1989 Q1 P1
Name reaction II and enzyme B
Introduction to Biology
1. 1995 Q 1 P1
Motor vehicles move, use energy and produce carbon dioxide and water. Similar characteristics occur in living organisms yet motor vehicles are not classified as living. List the other characteristics of living things that do NOT occur in motor vehicles.