(a) Complete the table below by naming five wildlife animals in West Africa and one body part each that makes them endangered because of the activities of humans.
(b) State three effects each of the following factors on conservation of natural resources: (i) poor economy of a nation (ii) poaching
(c) State four roles played by the Government in conservation of natural resources
(a) Complete the table below by naming the nutrient cycle that involves each of the given processes and give three other processes involved in the nutrient cycle.
(b)(i) What is irritability?
(ii) Complete the table below by stating the type of response elicited by each of the given actions.
(c) Name three animals each that exhibit: (i) territoriality (ii) seasonal migration (iii) display
Study specimen A, B and C and answer questiions 1(a) to 1(c). (a)(i) Name the part of the body where specimens A, B and C would be found in a mammal. A: _________ B: _________ C: __________
(ii) State one function each of specimens A, B and C. A: ________ B: _________ C: _________
(b)(i) Make a drawing , 6cm to 8cm long of the anterior view of specimen C and label fully. (ii) State one function each of four of the parts labelled in 1(b)(i).
(c)(i) Mention the total number of each of specimens A, B and C in adult humans . A: _________ B: _________ C: _________ (ii) Name two other vertebrae in humans.
Beakers D, E, F and G contain seeds that have been sown for seven days. Carefully remove one seed/seedling from each of the beakers labelled D, E, F and place each on the corresponding white tile labelled D, E, F and G. Study them and answer questions 2(a) to 2(c). (a) Observe the soils and seed/seedling then record the observation and result on the table below.
(b)(i) Name one condition for germination that was likely absent in the beakers labelled E, F and G
E: _________ F: _________ G: _________
(ii) Give two reasons for the result in beaker D.
(c) Make a drawing 8cm to 10cm long of one sees/seedling obtained from the beaker labelled D and label fully.
Study specimens L and M and answer questions 4(a) to 4(e). (a) Classify each of specimens L and M into its: (i) Phylum L: ________ M: _______(ii) Class L:_______ M:_______ (b)(i) State three observable features of members of the class of specimen L. (ii) Name three other classes of the phylum to which specimen L belongs. (c)(i) State two ways each by which specimens L and M are of economic importance. L: _______ M: ________ (ii) State five ways by which specimen L can be controlled. (d)(i) State five observable differences between specimens L and M.
(ii) State four observable similarities between specimens L and M. (e) Name one habitat each of specimens L and M. L:_______ M:_______