Biology Paper 3 Questions and Answers with confidential - Kapsabet Highschool Mock Exams 2022

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INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

  • Answer all the questions in the spaces provided.
  • You are required to spend the first 15 minutes of 1 ¾ hours allowed for this paper reading the whole paper carefully before commencing your work.
  • Candidates may be penalized for recording irrelevant information and for incorrect spelling especially of technical terms.

 

  1. You are provided with an unknown mixture labelled J
    You are also provided with Benedict’s solution, dilute hydrochloric acid solution, iodine solution, Dichlorophenol-Indophenol (DCPIP) solution. Sodium hydrogen-carbonate solution, means of heating, test tubes, test tube holder and a test tube rack.
    1. Using the reagent provided only, test for the food substances in mixture J. Record in the table below the chemical test, the procedure of the test, your observations and conclusions. 8mks
       Chemical test  Procedure Observations   Conclusions
             
             
             
             
    2. Which of the components of mixture J does not undergo digestion in the mammalian digestive system? 1mk
    3. Name a deficiency disease that may result from a deficiency of the component identified in (b) above. 1mk
    4. Name a common carbohydrate that could be present in mixture J. 1mk
    5. State the role of hydrochloric acid and sodium hydrogen carbonate in the experiment. 2mks
      1. Hydrochloric Acid
      2. Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
  2. The photographs below show a flower specimen. Study it carefully and use to answer the questions that follow.
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    1. On the photograph, label the following parts 3mks
      1. Stigma
      2. Style
      3. Staminal tube
    2.  
      1. Classify the plant from which the flower was picked into the taxonomic groups listed below. 4mks
        1. Kingdom
        2. Division
        3. Sub division
        4. Class
      2. Name three observable features from the photograph of the class you named in (a) (i) above. 3mks
    3. Suggest the pollination agent of this flower. Give reasons for your answer.
      1. Pollinating agent 1mk
      2. Reasons 2mks
    4. For parts (d) below, an actual specimen is required
      1. Examine one flower and describe the following parts. (8mks)
        1. calyc
        2. corolla
        3. androecium
        4. Gynoecium
  3. Below are photographs of two specimens, J and K. Both of them belong to the same Phylum and Class. Observe them carefully before you answer the questions that follow.
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    1. Name the class to which J and K belong and support your answer with two reasons.
      1. Class 1mk
      2. Reasons 2mks
    2. Suggest why the transport fluid in J and K has no haemoglobin. 2mks
    3. Describe the type of evolution that has occured to cause the diffrence in the two sepcimens.3mks
      1. type of evolution
      2. Reason
    4. Below is a diagram showing the life cycle of specimen J.
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      1. Identify the stage labeled D. 1mk
      2. Name the hormone responsible for the change from D to A. 1mk
      3. Explain the differences in the change from C2 to C3 and from C3 to D. 2mks
        1. C2 to C3
        2. C3 to D
      4. State the importance of the process illustrated above in the life cycle of the organism 2mks

Confidential

  1.      
    1. Mixture J: Solution containing a mixture of sucrose and vitamin C
    2. Benedict’s solution, dilute hydrochloric acid solution. Iodine solution Dichlorophenol – Indophenol (DCPIP) solution, sodium hydrogen – carbonate, means of heating, 5 test tubes, test tube holder and a test tube rack
  2.  
    1. Photograph Q: complete hibiscus flower
    2. Photograph Q: Half flower of hibiscus
    3. Scarpel

Marking Scheme

  1. You are provided with an unknown mixture labled J
    You are also provided with Benedict’s solution, dilute hydrochloric acid solution, iodine solution, dichlorophenol-indophenol (DCPIP) solution. Sodium hydrogen-carbonate solution means of heating, test tubes, test tube holder and a test tube rack.
    1. Using the reagent provided only, test for the food substances in mixture J. Record the able below the food substance tested, the procedure of the test, your observations and conclusions. (12 mks)
       Chemical test  Procedure Observations   Conclusions
       Starch  To about 2 ml of solution J add 3 drops of iodine and mix  Yellow / brown colour. Colour of iodine solution  Starch
       Reducing sugar  To about 2 ml of solution J add an equal volume of Benedict’s solution, s hake to mix and heat to boil  Blue colour of Benedict’s solution remains  Reducing sugar absent
       Non reducing sugar  To about 2 ml of solution J add 6 drops dilute Hcl and heat. Cool and the add NaHCO3 solution drop wise until fizzing stops. Add about 2 ml Benedict’s solution and heat to boil  Colour changes to yellow / orange / brown  Non – reducing sugar present
       Vitamin C  To about 2 ml of DCPIP add solution J dropwise.  DCPIP is decourized  Vitamin C present
    2. Which of the components of mixture J does not undergo digestion in the mammalian digestive system. (1mk)
      • Vitamin C
    3. Name a common carbohydrate that could be present in mixture J (1mk)
      • Sucrose
    4. State the role of hydrochloric acid and sodium hydrogen carbonate in the experiment (2mks)
      • Hydrochloric acid hydrolyzes non-reducing sugar (s) into simple sugars / monosaccharides reducing sugars
    5.  Name a deficiency disease that may result from a deficiency of one of the substances present in mixture J. (1mk)
      • scurvy
    6. Give one common symptoms of the disease you have stated in € (i) above.1mk)
      • bleeding gums
  2. The photographs below show a flower specimen labelled M and a section of the same flower labelled M1.
    1.          
    2.           
      1. Classify the plant from which the flower was picked into the taxonomic groups listed below. (4mks)
        • kingdom plantae
        • division spermatophyte
        • sub division angiospermae / angiospermatophyta
        • class dicotyledonae
      2. Name three observable features from the photographs of the class you named in (a) (i) above. (3mks)
        • Five petals: five stigmas; petals have network veins
      3. State the plane through which the flower has been cut to obtain M1. (1mk)
        • Longitudinal section
    3. Suggest the pollination agent of this flower. Give reasons for your answer (3mks)
      • Pollinating agent insect
      • Reasons brightly colouored petals
      • Large / conspicuous petals
    4. For parts (d) below, an actual specimen is required
      1. Examine one flower and describe the following parts. (8mks)
        1. Calyc: five green sepals, fused in the lower half but free at the upper half pointed tips
        2. Corolla: five large, brightly coloured petals which are separate and overlapping/ polypetalours corolla, petals have rounded ends and prominent nectary guides 
        3. Androecium many anthers each of which is attached to a short filament. The filaments fuse to form a stamen tube that encloses the style. Anthers lie below the stigma
        4. Gynoecium a green superior / hypognours and syncapous ovary with several ovules. A long, white style that branches near the tip. Each style branch to supports a red, round stgma
  3. Below are photographs of two specimens, J and K. Both of them belong to the same phylum and class. Observe them carefully before you answer the questions that follow.
    1. Name the class to which J and K belong and support your answer with two reasons.
      1. Class Insecta; 1mk Rej. insect
      2. Reasons 2mks
        1. Six legs; three body parts; two antennae; two compound eyes;
    2. Suggest why the circulatory fluid in J and K has no haemoglobin. 2mks
      1. Haemoglobin used to transport oxygen/ carbon (IV) oxide in the body; oxygen is taken directly to tissues/ carbon (IV) oxide taken directly from tissues by tracheoles;
      1. divergent evolution; 1mk
      2. Reason one pair of wings in J reduced to halters/ are vestigial; but both are functional in K 2mks
      1. pupa stage; 1mk
      2. Ecdysone; accept Moulting hormone4mks
      3.        
        1. C2 to C3 – moulting hormone / Ecdysone induce moulting; but presence of juvenile hormone prevent formation of pupa;
        2. C3 to D – moulting hormone / Ecdysone induce moulting; but abscence of juvenile hormone lead to formation of pupa;

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