Biology 2018 Past Questions | JAMB

Study the following Biology past questions and answers for JAMBWAEC  NECO and Post-JAMB. Get prepared with official past questions and answers for upcoming examinations.

31. DNA in eukaryotic cells is contained in the

  • A. central vacuole
  • B. nucleus
  • C. lysosome
  • D. golgi body

 32. A man who is heterozygous for the disease haemophilia marries a woman who is double recessive for haemophilia. What percentage of their offspring would have the disease?

  • A. 0%
  • B. 25%
  • C. 50%
  • D. 75%

33. Cytokinesis of mitosis is a process that ensures that

  • A. each daughter cell gets the necessary organelles
  • B. there is distribution of a complete set of genes into each daughter cell
  • C. daughter cell inherit new genetic combinations
  • D. worn out organelles are excluded from daughter cells

34. An animal which is active during the day is known as a

  • A. nocturnal animal
  • B. diurnal animal
  • C. terrestrial animal
  • D. homortacmic animal

35. Evidence of evolution include the following except

  • A. fossil records
  • B. comparative anatomy
  • C. mutation of genes
  • D. geographical distribution of organisms

36.biology past question

Use the diagram to answer the question. The diagram shows that the organisms are

  • A. hermaphrodite
  • B. viviparous
  • C. oviparous
  • D. ovoviparous

37.biology past question

Use the diagram to answer the question. The breeding posture illustrated in the diagram is knows as

  • A. mating
  • B. amplexus
  • C. courtship display
  • D. reproductive swimming

38. An accurate identification of a rapist can be carried out by conducting

  • A. RNA analysis
  • B. DNA analysis
  • C. blood group test
  • D. behavioural tests

39. A boy who is fond of swimming in a pond finds himself passing urine with traces of blood. He is like to have contracted?

  • A. schistosomiasis
  • B. onchocerciasis
  • C. poliomyelitis
  • D. salmonellosis

40. The flippers of a whale and the fins of a fish are examples of

  • A. divergent evolution
  • B. co-evolution
  • C. continuous variation
  • D. convergent evolution
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