Waec Alternative practical biology Expo 2023 – May/June
2023 Waec biology practicals Expo runs Available >
All 2023 WAEC candidates are hereby informed that our platform has given go ahead for 2023 WAEC per subject subscription for the 2023/2024 ongoing WAEC SSCE May/June External exam.
This is to say that Waec biology practicals Expo 2023 Runs Questions and Answers Subscription has commenced online so you can pay. Be part of your success by following the guidelines provided on this article.
– Our Subscription Price List for WhatsApp Message.
(i) Price: N600 MTN CARD
NOTE: Make All your payment on WhatsApp for this package, chat us with 07046585189.
– Our Subscription Price List For Password Answers.
(i) Price: N600 MTN CARD
Forward the recharge card pins to our number 09068045697 through TEXT MESSAGE.
HOW TO MAKE PAYMENT FOR PASSWORD LINK
(i) Your name.
(ii) Subject Name (e.g Biology practicals )
(iii) MTN Recharge Card Pin(s)
(iv) Phone number to 09068045697
With MR Eric , Your Success In Sure.
Remember Success is not a must, is an Option.
Don’t let this little amount of money make you fail this exam.
WARNING:-Please Don’t Even Come for Free Answers, because it Would’nt be Posted. Take me Serious This Time.
Make Sure you Subscribe if you Don’t Want to be on Hot Seat
ALL 2023 WAEC SPECIMENS AVAILABLE HERE 👉 https://examclass.net/waec-specimens-for-all-subjects-biology-agric-sci-chemistry-physics-fishery-animal-husbandry-for-may-june-examination/
HERE IS LAST YEAR ANSWERS ON WAEC BIOLOGY PRACTICAL FOR YOUR OWN STUDY.
A – Housefly
B – Spider
A – Insecta
B – Arachnida
(i) It has three pairs of legs
(ii) Possession of three body segment
(i) It has four pairs of legs
(ii) Possession of two body segment
I – Antennae
II – Eye
III – Hind leg
IV – Leg
V – Cephalothorax
VI – Abdomen
I – For sensitivity
II – For sight
III – For movement
(i) Possession of wings
(ii) Possession of compound eyes
(i) Absence of wings
(ii) Possession of simple eyes
(i) The experiment must be done during the day.
(ii) There must be presence of water.
Experiment to show that oxygen is liberated during photosynthesis.
D – Maize seedling plant
E – Monocot root
I – Tassel
II – Flag leaf
III – Leaf
IV – Styles
V – Female inflorescence
Tassel, female inflorescence, ovary
(i) Absorption of water and nutrient
(ii) It provides support
(i) Maximise the roots water
(ii) Absorption of mineral
(i) They possesses long stigma
(ii) Possession of feathery flowers
(iii) Possession if one reproductive organ
F – Webbed feet
G – Non webbed feet
I – Hind toe
II – Web foot
III – Claw
It enables them to float on water
H – Microscope
I – Filoplume feather
I – Lens
II – Coarse focusing mechanism
III – Objective lens
IV – Arm
1 – Paramecium
2 – Bacteria
(1) Wet it dirty slides should never be out on the stage
(2) Never use a dry cloth or paper towel to wipe optical surface or lens
(1) Always use two hands when using the microscope
(2) Make sure the microscope is not plugged in before moving it
(3) When the microscope is not in use cover it with a dust cover or store in a microscopic case
VIII – Outer web or vane
IX – Barbs
X – Rachis it shaft
(i) It is used for flight
(ii) To consume body heat
(iii) It is also used for social display
To avoid the presence of sunlight
It helps in absorption of carbon in the leaves
It will remain yellowish in colour indicating the absence of starch
It will change blue black indicating the presence of starch