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FCC TEACH CENTRE

MID-TERM EXAM
GENERAL SCIENCE
Name : __________________
Class :________
Objective questions
1. Ability for generating energy
for life
processes
What is the term about the
descriptions?
A. Movement
C. Respiration
B. Excretion
D. Growth
2. What is the meaning of botany?
A. Study of animals
B. Study of plants
C. Study of human physiology
D. Study of meteorology
3. The basic unit of life is
A. a cell
C. a tissue
B. an organ
D. a system
4. The process which is conducted by
plant to
gain the food is known as
A. reproduction
C. respiration
B. photosynthesis
D. excretion
5. Which structure will control the
activities of
the cell?
A. Cytoplasm
C. Nucleus
B. Vacuole
D. Cell wall
6. Cell wall
A. controls the cell activities
B. manufactures food
C. stores dissolved materials
D. supports and gives shape to the
cells

9. Which of the following sequence is


the
correct hierarchy in the
classification of
organisms?
A. Kingdom, phylum, class, order,
family,
genus, species
B. Kingdom, phylum, order, class,
family,
genus, species
C. Kingdom, division, class, order,
family,
genus, species
D. Kingdom, division, order, class,
family,
genus, species
10. Vascular plants with seeds are
divided into
2 classes, which are
A. liverworts and algae
B. gymnosperms and
angiosperms
C. animals and plants
D. conifers and algae
11. Which organelle is used to
produce energy
?
A. Nucleus
C.
Mitochondrion
B. Vacuole
D. Chloroplasts
12. Which is the correct sequence for
the

7. ___________ is a group of living


things that
has broad common
characteristics.
A. Kingdom
C. Order
B. Phylum
D. Class
8. The scientific name of the human
being is
A. Homo sapiens
C. Canis
familiaris
B. Nitrosomonas sp.
D. Vibrio
cholera
14. The photosynthesis takes place
at
A. Stem
C. Roots
B. Leaves
D. Flowers
15. Which type of grass is a major
food for
human being?
A. Turf grass
C. Cereal grass
B. Forage grass D. Ornamental
grass

mitosis?
A. Prophase, metaphase,
anaphase,
telophase
B. Metaphase, anaphase,
telophase,
prophase
C. Telophase, anaphase,
prophase,
metaphase
D. Prophase, telophase,
anaphase,
metaphase
13. What is the function of the stem?
A. Anchor the plant to the soil
B. Transport water and nutrients
C. Manufacture food
D. Produce seeds
A. Nucleus
Chloroplast
B. Cytoplasm
membrane

C.
D. Cell

22. The following diagram shows a


plant cell.

16. What is the example for


miscellaneous
grass?
A. Wheat
C. Bamboo
B. Pampas grass
D. Barley
17. Shrubs and trees are belonged to
A. herbaceous plant
C.
gymnosperms
B. angiosperms
D.
woody plant

Which component is used to


support and
give shape to the cell?

18. ___________reproduce with


flowers, fruits
and seeds whereas __________
have
cones instead of flowers.

23. X: Site for protein synthesis


Y: Modifying protein
Which one is correct for their
function?
X
Y

A. Woody plants, herbaceous


plants
B. Gymnosperms, angiosperms
C. Deciduous trees, woody trees
D. Angiosperms, gymnosperms

A. Rough
endoplasmic
reticulum
B. Ribosome

19. Which is not needed for


germination of
a seed?
A. Water
C. Warmth
B. Sunlight
D. Oxygen

C. Ribosome

20. The seed is prevented to


germinate.
What is the name for this
condition?
A. Germination
C.
Scarification
B. Seed dormancy D.
Stratification

D. Golgi
apparatus

Smooth
endoplasmic
reticulum
Smooth
endoplasmic
reticulum
Golgi
apparatus
Ribosome

24. Which figure shows


monocotyledonous
plant?
A.

C.

21. Diagram 1 shows a plant cell.


B.

Which of the following part is not


found in
an animal cell?
26.

Which one can perform

D.

25. Which are angiosperms?


I. Conifers
III. Balsam
plant
II. Pine cones
IV. Bamboo
A. I and II only
C. III and IV
only
B. II and III only
D. I and IV
only
29. Which one is incorrect?

reproduction by
producing fruits and seeds?
27.

Which type of this grass


belongs to?
A. Turf grass
C.
Forage grass
B. Ornamental grass D. Cereal
grass

Monocotyledon
A. Tap root
B. Parallel vein
leaves
C. Paddy
D. One
cotyledon

Dicotyledon
Fibrous root
Network veins
leaves
Rose
Two cotyledon

30. Which statement about ferns is


correct?
A. No chlorophyll
B. Reproduce by spores
C. Live in water
D. No stems, leaves and roots

28. Which plants are deciduous


trees?
I. Oak
III. Pine
II. Maple
IV. Apple
A. I, II and III only
C. I, II and
IV only
B. II, III and IV only
D. I, III and
IV only

Subjective Questions
1. The diagram shows cells P and Q.

(ii) ___________________

(iii)___________________
(e) State 4 plant organ.
(i) ___________________
(ii) __________________
(iii) __________________
(iv) __________________

(a) Name cells P and Q.


P : ___________________
Q: ___________________
(b) K controls the cell activities.
What is K?
______________________________
Name the structure labelled L in
cell Q.
_______________________________
(d) State the function of structure
L.
______________________________
______________________________
(e)State the functions.
(i) Mitochondrion
____________________________
____________________________
(ii) Ribosome
___________________________
___________________________
(iii) Smooth endoplasmic
reticulum
___________________________
___________________________
(f) State two living processes of
living
things.
(i) ______________________
(ii) ______________________
2. Plants can be divided into
flowering and

3. There are many different types of


grasses.
(a) State 3 types of grasses.
(i) ___________________
(ii) ___________________
(iii)___________________
(b) Write down the name of
grasses for
each descriptions given.
(i) Short and used in lawns, on
golf
courses.
________________________
(ii) Major food for grazing
animals such
as deer and antelope.
________________________
(iii) Used in landscaping.
________________________
State two examples of conifers.
(i) _____________________
(ii) _____________________
(d) State the name of the tree for
oak,
maple, and cherry.
_________________________
(e) Pine, spruce, fir and cedar are
the
examples of ___________ tree.
4. (a) What is needed to germinate a
seed?
(i) ______________
(ii) ______________
(iii) _____________
(b) What is the function of the
roots?

non-flowering plants.
(a) State one example for
flowering plants.
_______________________________
(b) State one example for nonflowering
plants.
______________________________
Moss and fungi are reproduced
by
_______________.
(d) State any three kingdoms
that
recognized today.
(i)______________________

___________________________
___________________________
Which plant organs will perform
reproduction?
____________________________
(d)_________ cells help to protect
the tree.
(e) State the mitosis sequence.
(i) ____________
(iii)
____________
(ii) ____________
(iv)
____________