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FIRST PERIODICAL EXAMINATION

Science V
SY 2010 - 2011

I. Multiple Choice. Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. Which of the following are the physical changes that occur in males during puberty?
a. deepening of the voice c. appearance of Adam’s apple
b. broadening of shoulders d. all of the above
2. _____ are sex glands located in the scrotum. They form sperms and the hormone testosterone.
a. penis b. testes c. urethra d. scrotum
3. _____ is the excretory duct of the testes.
a. vas deferens b. urethra c. penis d. scrotum
4. _____ ducts where fertilization takes place.
a. fallopian tubes b. ovaries c. uterus d. cervix
5. _____ is a muscular organ about the size of a clenched fist where a baby develops.
a. uterus b. ovaries c. cervix d. vagina
6. _____ is the union of the egg cell and sperm cell.
a. fertilization b. pregnancy c. zygote d. embryo
7. Air enters your body through the _____.
a. mouth b. nostrils c. cilia d. lungs
8. The air we breathe gets moistened and warmed in the _____.
a. nasal cavity b. lungs c. nostrils d. bronchus
9. _____ is the passageways for both food and air.
a. pharynx b. epiglottis c. larynx d. trachea
10. The exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide takes place _____.
a. capillaries b. alveoli c. bronchus d. between the alveoli and capillaries
11. _____ is an acute or chronic disease of the respiratory system marked by the swelling of the lungs.
a. Pneumonia b. Bronchitis c. Flu d. Cold
12. _____ is characterized by low grade fever, loss of weight, chest pain, cough and tiredness.
a. Tuberculosis b. Bronchitis c. Cold d. Pneumonia
13. What should a person inflicted with common respiratory ailments do?
a. take a rest c. do some exercises
b. take medicine without consulting doctor d. take a bath everyday
14. _____ is the most important organ of the urinary system.
a. urethra b. ureters c. kidney d. bladder
15. Tiny filtering units in the kidney.
a. urine b. nephron c. urethra d. ureters
16. Carries urine to the outside of the body.
a. ureters b. urethra c. kidney d. bladder
17. Animals that eat both plants and some other animals.
a. herbivores b. carnivores c. omnivores d. plankton
18. Animals that eat both plants and some other animals.
a. omnivores b. herbivores c. plankton d. carnivores
19. _____ are animals with backbones.
a. vertebrates b. invertebrates c. mammals d. plankton
20. Their young are born alive and feed it with the milk made from the body of the mother.
a. reptiles b. birds c. birds d. fishes
21. They are covered with feathers and possess one pair of legs and one pair of wings.
a. fishes b. birds c. amphibians d. reptiles
22. They live part of their lives in water and the rest of their lives in land.
a. amphibians b. reptiles c. mammals d. birds
23. They lay eggs, they spend all of their lives in water and have gills which they use for breathing.
a. reptiles b. fishes c. birds d. mammals
24. _____ are spiny skinned animals.
a. mollusks b. arthropods c. echinoderms d. porifera
25. Self-bodied animals usually living in a shell.
a. porifera b. annelids c. mollusks d. coelenterates

II. Enumeration.

26 - 29. How should endangered animals be protected?


30 - 34. Give five examples of endangered animals.(specify)
35 - 39. Explain the process of photosynthesis.
40 - 45. Describe the characteristics of vascular and non - vascular plants. Give 2 characteristics for each.

 Good Luck! 