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BIOLOGY SPM 2010

PAPER 1
50 MULTIPLE CHOICES
ALL CHAPTERS IN FORM 4 AND FORM 5

PAPER 2
5 STRUCTURED QUESTIONS (F4 C2; F5 C4; F5 C5; F4 C7; F5 C4)
4 OPEN QUESTIONS (ESSAY)
(F4 C8; F5 C5; F4 C6; F5 C4)

PAPER 3
1 STRUCTURED QUESTION
1 OPEN QUESTION (DESIGN AN EXPERIMENT)

PAPER 3 QUESTIONS
Section A

1. A group of students carried out an experiment to study the effect of light intensity on the rate of
photosynthesis.
2. Plerococcus sp. is a unicellular green alga found on the bark of trees. The population distribution of
Pleurococus sp. is affected by abiotic factors such as light intensity.
A group of students carried out an experiment to investigate the effect of light intensity on the population
distribution of Pleurococcus sp.
3. An experiment was carried out to determine and compare the energy content in white bread and peanuts.
4. A group of students carried out an experiment to study the effect of the concentration of albumen
suspension on the rate of reaction of pepsin enzyme.
5. An experiment was carried out to investigate the effect of light intensity on the rate of photosynthesis of a
Hydrilla sp.
6. A group of students set up an experiment to test whether oxygen is required for aerobic respiration.
7. A group of students carried out an experiment to study the effects of amylase concentration on its activity.
8. A group of students carried out an experiment to study the effects of temperature on the activity of salivary
amylase on starch.
9. An experiment was conducted by a group of students to study the effect of air movement on the rate of
transpiration of a balsam shoot by using photometer.
10. Ivan carried out an experiment to study anaerobic respiration in yeast.

Section B
1. Design a laboratory experiment to determine the concentration of the solution which will maintain the mass
of plant tissues.
Use a suitable plant tissue when designing your experiment.
2. Plan a laboratory experiment to determine the concentration of sucrose which is isotonic to the cell sap of
the mango.
3. Plan a laboratory experiment to study the size of molecules that can diffuse through a semipermeable
membrane.
4. Design a laboratory experiment to investigate the effect of temperature on the rate of anaerobic respiration
in yeast.
5. Design a laboratory experiment to study the effect of temperature on the rate of enzyme reaction.
6. Describe a laboratory experiment which the students can conduct to verify that the concentration of a
substrate does affect the activity of an enzyme.
7. Variations in the phenotypes of living organisms can be the results of environmental factors. Design a
laboratory experiment to show that environment factors affect the growth of plants.
8. Design an experiment to study how the population size of Mimosa pudica can be determined in your school
field.
9. Design a laboratory experiment to determine the percentage of vitamin C content in various fruit juices.
10. Based on your knowledge of Biology, plan a laboratory experiment to investigate the level of water
pollution at the places labeled P, Q and R.

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