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YEOSHAM EDUCATION, SUBANG JAYA

ENGLISH – MENENGAH RENDAH


UJIAN 2 – FEBRUARI / MAC
1 jam dan 15 minit

BAHAGIAN A:OBJEKTIF

1. Gymnastics involves the use of many body skills. Which body system controls coordination
when a gymnast carries out his performance?

A. Excretory system
B. Digestive system
C. Nervous system
D. Endocrine system

2. What of the following is an example of discontinuous variation?


A. Weight
B. Intelligence
C. Blood group
D. Height

3. When a boy kicks a ball, which of the following are involved in his body coordination?

A. Muscular and Respiratory Systems


B. Endocrine and Nervous Systems
C. Endocrine and Circulatory Systems
D. Excretory and Muscular Systems

4. The figure 1 above shows a neurone. Which statement about the neurone shown in Figure
1 is correct? Rajah di atas menunjukkan satu neuron?

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A. It receives impulses from the effector
B. It transmits impulses from central nervous system to effectors to bring about a
response
C. It is involved in a reflex action
D. Its axon is covered with a myelin sheath

5. Which of the following is a gene mutation?


A. Down’s syndrome
B. Haemophilia
C. Klinerfilter’s syndrome
D. Turner’s syndrome.

6. The path that impulses travel quickly from receptors to effectors in a reflex action is called
the …..

A. Reflex arc
B. Reflex cord
C. Reflex nerves
D. Reflex neurone

7. Enviromental agents which cause mutation are


I DNA
II radiation
III chemicals
A. I and II only
B. I and III only
C. II and III only
D. I , II and III

8. Which of the following does NOT show the importance of proprioceptors?


A. Kick a ball
B. Maintain a body balance
C. Estimate the weight of an object
D. Button the shirt with the eyes closed

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9. What is the function of the Grey Matter?
A. Associates with rapid transmission of impulses
B. Acts as a "relay-centre" in transmission of impulses
C. Surrounds and protects the brain
D. Helps to maintain the positions using sensory information

10. Diagram 2 shows a plant cell.Diagram 1

What is X?
A. Gene
B. Chromosome
C. Nucleus
D. DNA

11. Which of the following is the contribution of genetic research?


A. Discovery of diseases caused by viruses
B. Breeding of rice that is resistant to diseases
C. The production of insulin by cow to curediabetes
D. Vaccination can prevent some diseases.

12. The number of chromosome found in a femalehuman skin cell is.


.A. 22 + X
B. 22 + Y
C. 44 + XX
D. 44 + X

13. Variation in humans may be influenced by.


.I age
II surrounding
III genetic inheritance
A.I and II only
B.I and III only
C.II and III only
D.I, II, and III

14. What of the following is an example of discontinuous variation?


A. Weight
B. Intelligence
C. Blood group
D. Height.

15. Which of the following genetic diseases iscaused by chromosome mutation?


A. Colour blindness
B. Haemophilia
C. Down’s syndrome

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D. Sickle cell anemia

16. Marijuana and LSD are drugs which are grouped under
A. Hallucinogens
B. Depressants
C. Opiates
D. Stimulants
17. Which of the followings is not the adverse effect of drugs abuse on body coordination and
health?
A. Uncontrollable addiction
B. Brain damage
C. Psychological disturbance
D. Diabetes mellitus
18. Diagram 3 below shows the determination of sex in humans.

Which of the following are the cells of a male child?


A. P and Q
B. R and S
C. Q and R
D. Q and S
19. Diagram 4 shows a type of cell division in ovary.

Which of the following shows the chromosome content in gametes M and N?


A. M=22+X, N=22+X
B. M=44+Y, N=44+X
C. M=22+X, N=22+Y
D. M=44+X, N=44+Y

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20. Diagram 5 shows the human brain
Which of the following is controlled by R?
A. Vomiting
B. Blood circulation
C. Dancing
D. Balancing body

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