2021 WAEC Biology Practical Specimens

2021 WAEC Biology Practical Specimens

2021 WAEC Biology Practical Specimens

Biology practical questions and answers.

Group I: (For all candidates)

Specimen A – Clayey Soil

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Specimen B – A Solution of one part of egg albumen mixed with two parts of water in a test tube/beaker

Specimen C – Mushroom (freshly plucked).

Specimen D – Giant land snail

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Specimen E – Transverse section of ripe paw paw fruit

Specimen F – Transverse section of ripe tomato fruit

Specimen G – Fresh pod of cowpea plant

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Specimen H – complete, green pod of pride of Barbados plant

Specimen J – Fresh okro fruit.

Group II: (For all candidates)

Specimen K – Adult cockroach (dead)

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Specimen L– Nymph of cockroach (dead)

Specimen M – Egg case of cockroach/ootheca

Specimen N – Moss plant in a petri dish

Group III: (For candidates in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, The Gambia and Liberia)

Specimen P – Potassium permanganate solution.

Specimen Q– Granulated sugar (100g) in a beaker.

Specimen R – 5 – day old boiled egg with shell intact stored in a warm place/rotten egg with shell intact.

Specimen S – 10ml of lime/lemon juice in a test tube.

N:B (i) All specimen can be provided as group specimen for five (5) to ten (10) candidates;

(ii) All specimens in each group must carry individual labels (e.g A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H and J in group 1)

(b) It is essential that each candidates should be provided with the following materials;

(i) glass jar cover/petri dish;

(ii) beaker

(iii) dropper

(iv) hand lens/magnifying lens;

(v) scapel/blunt knife

(vi) iodine solution

(vii) sodium hydroxide solution;

(viii) copper (ii) tetraoxosulphate (vi) solution;

(ix) tea spoon;

(x) stop clock/wach

(xi) spatula;

(xii) forceps

(xiii) ink pad containing ink moderately

(xiv) white paper/tissue paper

(xv) white tile.

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