DENTITION, FEEDING And DIGESTION In MAMMALS Obj (Q1-10): Integrated Science Current WASSCE Questions

Integrated Science Current WASSCE Past Questions: DENTITION, FEEDING And DIGESTION In MAMMALS Objective Questions (2015-2019)

I) Questions that occur multiple times means they were repeated over the period under consideration

II) Candidates are expected to spend 50 seconds on each objective question. Candidates are therefore required to spend between 8-9minutes on these 10 questions. Start work now!!

1. A characteristic feature of herbivore dentition is the
A. Small surface area of the teeth
B. Absence of canines
C. Presence of incisors in the upper jaw
D. Blunt nature of premolars and molars

2. A rhizome has a swollen stem because of the presence of
A. Energy
B. Oxygen
C. Starch
D. Water

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3. The function of the proventriculus in the digestive system of a fowl is to
A. Store the food
B. Absorb the food substances
C. Grind the food
D. Secrete the digestive enzymes

4. In the herbivore, the incisors are located in the
A. Front of the upper jaw
B. Front of the lower jaw
C. Back of the upper jaw
D. Back of the lower jaw

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5. The function of the pancreatic juice in the digestive system of human is to breakdown
I. Starch to sugar
II. Protein to peptides
III. Fats to fatty acids and glycerol
IV. Peptides to amino acids
A. I and II only
B. III and IV only
C. I, II and III only
D. II, III and IV only

6. Which of the following animals has a diastema
A. Dog
B. Goat
C. Pig
D. Rat

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7. Which of the following statements about the dentine of tooth is/are correct
I. It is beneath the enamel
II. It occupies the largest part of the tooth
III. It contains the crown of the tooth
A. I only
B. I and II only
C. II and III only
D. I, II and III

8. Which of the following structures form the stomach of a goat
A. Reticulum, proventriculus, omasum, rumen
B. Rumen, ventriculus, omasum, abomasum
C. Rumen, reticulum, abomasum, rectum
D. Abomasum, rumen, reticulum, omasum

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9. An example of a non-ruminant herbivore is
A. Cow
B. Goat
C. Poultry
D. Rabbit

10. The structure in the human body which stores glycogen is
A. ileum
B. liver
C. lungs
D. Pancreas

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1. D
2. D
3. D
4. B
5. C

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6. B
7. B
8. D
9. D
10. B

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