CIE Biology Paper-6: Specimen Questions 45 - 49 of 69

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Figure shows human being skeletal system.

Figure shows human being skeletal system

Figure shows human being skeletal system

Figure shows human being skeletal system label its different parts

Question number: 45 (1 of 2 Based on Passage) Show Passage

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Label joint parts A and B.

Explanation

Part A is Ball and socket joint (shoulder)

Part B is hinge joint (knee)

Question number: 46 (2 of 2 Based on Passage) Show Passage

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Define that part C moves when the human being inhales.

Explanation

if there is upward and outwards or higher and forward condition in that case part c moves.

Question number: 47

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Figure shows a fern. Make a slide of its root part.

Image shows a fern plant

Image shows a fern plant

-Image shows different parts of fern. Make a slide of its root part

Explanation

Here is a labelled diagram.

Figure shows section through a fern root (80) x

Figure shows section through a fern root (80) x

Figure shows section through a fern root (80) x

Question number: 48

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Image shows a prepared slide of sponge. Identify the name of its parts (1 - 10)

Image shows a prepared slide of sponge

Image shows a prepared slide of sponge

Image shows a prepared slide of sponge, (low magnification and high magnification) identify its parts

Explanation

1-Spongocoel

2-Incurrent canal

3-Radial canal

4-Choanocytes (collar cells)

5-Incurrent canal

6-Apopyle

7-Ostium

8-Pinacocytes

9-Radial Canal

10-Mesophyle

Question number: 49

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Figure shows three types of organism’s. identify them. Make a labeled structure. Write characteristics of given organism

 Figure shows three types of organisms

Figure shows three types of organisms

Figure shows three types of organism’s. identify them

Explanation

Figure shows Amoeba, paramecium and euglena

Figure shows Amoeba, paramecium and euglena

Figure shows Amoeba, paramecium and euglena (labelled)

  • The Euglena moves fast, using its flagellum, and easily shifting directions with whip-like movements. Unlike the Amoeba and the Paramecium, the Euglena has plant-like characteristics, because it gives plant-like quality, which is chloroplast
  • The Amoeba moves by extending part of its cell. This part is the pseudopod, and allows the Amoeba to drag itself from one place to another. Amoeba is shapeless but ever-shifting quality of the Amoeba’s shape allows it to surround, and it ingest its food by a process called phagocytosis.
  • Paramecia are smaller than Amoebas. They travel with the help of microscopic hair-like structures called cilia, which act like oars to push them through the water. They swim by rotating slowly and changing directions often.
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