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NECO Biology 2020 Objective and Theory Questions and Answers – Latest Updates

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NECO Biology 2020 Objective and Theory Questions and Answers – Latest Updates.

Biology, Biology NECO Questions 2020: NECO Expo Questions is out now on our website. In this article, I will be showing you past NECO Biology random repeated questions for free. You will also understand how NECO Biology are set and many more examination details. All you need to do is to stay focus and follow this guide.

Biology NECO Questions

The National Examinations Council is an examination body in Nigeria that conducts the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination and the General Certificate in Education in June/July and December/January respectively.

NECO Biology Question and Answers

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1ai) Morphological variation refers to the noticeable physical appearance of individual of the same species . for example in human beings morphological variation include, height of the body , shape of the body etc.

1aii)Pollination: The transfer of pollen from the anthers of a flower to the stigma of the same flower or of another flower.
1aiii)niche:is a term that is used in ecological biology to define an organism’s
role in an ecosystem.

—Both processes release energy
—-. Both start with the breakdown of a
nutrient (glucose)
—–. Both yield byproducts

—– Rapid population growth
——- cost of fertiliser and transport

—– Pterophyta
—— Anthophyta
——- Bryophyta
—Embryo with two cotyledons
—– Flower parts in multiples of four
or five
—- Roots develop from radicle
—- Pollen with three furrows or

Do it in a tabular form
1) oxygen is required in aerobic while oxygen is not required in anaerobic
2) in aerobic More energy is required while in anaerobic less energy is required

1bi)both aerobic and anearobic respiration lead to the loss of energy
Ii) Both occur in plants and animal cell
Iii) Both processes require enzymes to speed up the reactions

1biii) 1 draught, 2)overpopulation 3)flood 4) pests 5) poor storage facilities

1c) Ecological Niche refers to the specific portion of a habitat which is occupied by a particular species or organism

i)nutrition is the act of feeding of animals
ii) mutation is the splitting of a cell into simpler ones which have the same characters and features of the bigger ones

3iii) Gene are hereditary units or basic units of inheritance. They are located in chromosomes and are responsible for the transmission of character from parents to the offspring

3bi) The light rays from the object pass through the
conjuctiva, cornea, aqueous humour, lens and
vitreous humour in that order. All these
structures refract the light such that it falls on
the retina. This is called focussing. Maximum
focussing is done by the cornea and the lens.
The light then falls on the retina.
This light is received by the photoreceptors –
rods and cones, on the retina. The absorbed light
activates the pigments present in the rods and
cones. The pigments are present on the
membranes of the vesicles. Thus, the light is
then converted into action potentials in the
membranes of the vesicles. These travel as
nervous impulses through the rod or the cone
cell and reach the synaptic knobs. From here the
impulses are transmitted to the bipolar nerve
cells, then to the ganglions and then to the optic
nerves. Thus the nervous impulses generated in
the retina are carried to the brain by about a
million neurons of the optic nerve. The vision is
controlled by the occipital lobe at the back of
the brain. The information received is processed
and we are able to see the image. The image
formed on the retina is inverted. However, the
brain makes us see the image erect. So, though
the eyes are essential for vision, any damage to
the optic nerves also results in impairment of

3bii) differencea between between amoeba and euglena

Amoeba: Pseudopodia
Euglena: Flagella

—— Nutrition
Amoeba: Heterotroph by phagocytosis
Euglena: Autotroph by photosynthesis and
heterotroph by ingestion

—muscle pain
—general weakness

Living thing:
-They can move
-They reproduce
-They grow
-They respond to stimulus
-They excrete
Non living:
-Most do not move
-They do not reproduce
-They do not grow
-They do not respond to stimulus
-They do not excrete
-Large cylindrical centrum
-Large neural canal
-Short tranverse process
-Long neural spine

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