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SULIT



SAINS
MEI
2012
Jam






SEKOLAH MENENGAH ISLAM AL-AKHYAR
JOHOR BAHRU, JOHOR

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PEPERIKSAAN PERTENGAHAN TAHUN 2012
TINGKATAN 2

SAINS
2 Jam
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JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU


1. Kertas soalan ini adalah dalam dwibahasa.
2. Soalan dalam bahasa Melayu mendahului soalan yang sepadan dalam bahasa Inggeris.
3. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 40 soalan objektif. Tiap-tiap soalan diikuti oleh empat
pilihan jawapan yang berhuruf A, B , C dan D. Bagi tiap-tiap soalan, pilih satu
jawapan sahaja. Tandakan jawapan anda di dalam ruang jawapan yang disediakan.
4. Jawab semua soalan.

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Kertas soalan ini mengandungi halaman bercetak

Disediakan oleh:

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(MUALLIMAH NOOR FAUZANA RAHMAT)
Guru Sains SMIAA
Disahkan oleh:

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(MUALLIMAH SUHANA ABDUL MAJID)
Guru Kanan Akademik SMIAA

NAMA PENUH :
NO. KAD PENGENALAN :
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Answer all questions.
Jawab semua soalan
1. Which of these pairs is matched correctly?

A Tongue- chemicals in air C Ears pressure
B Eyes light D Skin chemicals in food

2. ___________ are special structures found in sensory organs to detect stimuli.

A Senses C Nerve impulses
B Receptors D Olfactory cells

3.

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_________________ in the skin enable us to determine how rough a surface is.

A Pressure receptors C Sweat glands
B Touch receptors D Erector muscles

4. Which of these areas of the skin has the most number of receptors?

A Fingertips C Back of the hand
B Cheek D Elbow


5. Which of the following best describe the vertebrates?

They are very complex organisms They have backbones
They are very simple organisms They are flowering plants


6. Which animal has fertilization that takes place inside the body?

A Newts C Tods
B Sharks D Pigeons


7. Which of the following statement is true about the flowering plants?
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A Plants that can produce flowers C Plants that do not bear flower
B Plants that can grow rapidly D Plants do not have true leave

8. The sense of sight enables us to gather all these information except

A shape of objects C position of objects
B colour of objects D temperature of objects


9. Shoots of plants grow towards light
Which of these should be made the manipulated variable in an experiment to test the hypothesis
above?

A Position of light C The presence or absence of light
B The number of seedlings D The presence or absence of water


10. Which of these does not take place in the large intestine?

A Reabsorption of water C Absorption of dissolved minerals
B Absorption of digested food D Break down of materials into vitamins by
bacteria



11. __________ helps to prevent constipation.

A Vitamins C Fibre
B Minerals D Fats

12. What is the cause of obesity?

A Overeating C Practicing crash diet
B High blood pressure D Insufficient water in diet


13. ___________ are animals without backbones.

A Insects C Invertebrates
B Vertebrates D Mammals


14. We classify organisms into different groups according to their

similar characteristics only similar and different characteristics
different characteristics only life cycles
15. A ___________ has leaves with parallel veins.

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durian tree balsam plant
coconut tree rambutan tree











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26. Which of these animals may be grouped as animal U?
A. Salamander
B. Crocodile
C. Salmon
D. Beaver

27. What do an eagle and a rat have in common?
A. Both have fur
B. Both are without backbones
C. Both reproduce by laying eggs
D. Both breathe with lungs

28. Which of these is a warm-blooded vertebrate?
A. Penguin
B. Monitor lizard
C. Shark
D. Tree frog

29. We can help to maintain biodiversity by
I. maintaining forest reserves
II. setting up animal sanctuaries
III. deforestation

A. I, II and III
B. I and II only
C. II and III only
D. I only

30. Which of the following is not the habitat of rats?
A. Pond
B. Paddy field
C. Palm oil plantation
D. Bushes

31. A ________________ is made up of many different populations living together in the same area.
A. habitat
B. species
C. community
D. ecosystem
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32. A system in which organisms interact with the non-living part of their environment is called the
A. ecosystem
B. habitat
C. community
D. population

33. What is ecology?
A. The study of relationship between living things and their environment.
B. The environment that is made up lots of different ecosystem.
C. The whole populations in an ecosystem.
D. The variety of different species in an ecosystem.

34.
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Which of the following statement about the tropical rain forest ecosystem is incorrect?
A. Tropical rain forests are found in the tropics, close to the equator.
B. Tropical rain forests have year-round warm temperatures, strong sunlight and abundant rainfall.
C. Tropical rain forests contain the greatest diversity of living organisms.
D. The floors of the rain forest are bright and cover by herbs.

35. A predator
A. makes it own food
B. obtains food from a living host
C. feeds on dead living things
D. kills and eats other organisms

36. Organisms that recycle minerals back into the ecosystem are
A. producers
B. decomposers
C. consumers
D. competitors
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37. Which of the following words best describes the relationship between the remora and shark?
A. Competition
B. Commensalisms
C. Mutualism
D. Parasitism

38. The diagram shows some stages in photosynthesis.
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Substance Y absorbed from soil
Substance W manufactured in leaf
Substance V released to atmosphere
Substance X absorbed from atmosphere
What are
substance
X, Y, W
and V? X
Y W V
A Carbon
dioxide
Water Glucose Oxygen
B Water Carbon
dioxide
Glucose Oxygen
C Oxygen Glucose Water Carbon
dioxide
D Oxygen Water Glucose Carbon
dioxide