Biology 2010 Solved Paper Previous Year Question ICSE

Biology 2010 Solved Paper Previous Year Question 

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Biology 2010 Solved Paper Previous Year Question

(Two Hours)

  • Answers to this Paper must be written on the paper provided separately.
  • You will not be allowed to write during the first 15 minutes.
  • This time is to be spent in reading the Question Paper.
  • The time given at the head of this paper is the time allowed for writing the answers.
  • Attempt all questions from Section I and any four questions from Section II.
  • The intended marks for questions or parts of questions are given in brackets [ ].

ICSE Biology 2013 Previous Year Paper  (Solved)

Section -1 (40 Marks)

(Attempt All questions from this section

Question 1:

(a) Name the following :
(i) The type of cell division which occurs in the cells of the reproductive organs.
(ii) A plant with sunken stomata.
(iii) A foreign body that induces the formation of antibodies in the body.
(iv) The place where fertilization occurs in the female reproductive system.
(v) An organization that looks after maternal and child welfare centers.   [5]

(b) State whether the following statements are true or false. If false, rewrite the correct form of the statement by changing the first or last word only.
(i) Tubectomy is the surgical method of sterilisation in males.
(ii) Mitosis is the type of cell division occurring in the cells of injured parts of the body.
(iii) Photolysis is the process of splitting of water molecules in the presence of grana and temperature.
(iv) Dilation of the pupil is brought about by the sympathetic nervous system.
(v) Chromosomes other than the pair of sex chromosome are called alleles.   [5]

(c) Given below are five sets df five terms each. In each case, rewrite the terms in logical sequences as directed at the end of each statement, One has been done for you as an example.
Example : Anaphase, Telophase, Prophase, Metaphase, Interphase.
(sequential order of Karyokinesis)
Answer : Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase.
(i) Vagina, Ovary, Uterus, Oviduct, Cervix (pathway of egg after ovulation)
(ii) Motor Neuron, Receptor, Sensory Neuron, Effector, Association Neuron.
(pathway of a nerve impulse)
(iii) Pupil, Yellow Spot, Cornea, Lens, Aqueous humour (path of entry of light into the eye from an object)
(iv) Stoma, Mesophyll cells, Xylem, Substomatal space, Intercellular space, (loss of water due to transpiration)
(v) Cortical cells, root hair, soil, water, endodermis, xylem. (entry of water into the plant from the soil)
(d) There are five sets consisting of five terms given below. In each set there is a word which is an odd one. For each of these sets write down the category of the group having identified the odd one out, as shown in the example :
Example : (0) cell wall, vacuole, centrosome, plastids, mitochondria.

S.No. Category Odd One
1 Organelles of Plant Cell Centrosome

(i) Blinking, Knitting without looking, Smiling, Blushing, Crying.
(ii) Myopia, Cataract, Hypermetropia, Squint, Cretinism.
(iii) Cowper’s gland, Urethral gland, Lachrymal gland, Seminal vesicles, Prostrate gland.
(iv) Vasopressin, Growth hormone, TSH, ACTH, FSH.
(v) Cresol, DDT, Lime, Mercurochrome, Bordeaux mixture.    [5]

(e) Choose the correct answer to the following statements out of the three choices given after each statement.
(i) A point of contact between two neurons is termed:
(1) Synapsis (2) Neuro motor junction (3) Synapse
(ii) Loss of wateras droplets from hydathodes is called :
(1) Transpiration (2) Bleeding (3) Guttation
(iii) The technical term for the fertilized egg is:
(1) Placenta (2) Zygote (3) Morula
(iv) The photo receptor cells of the retina sensitive to colour are :
(1) Cones (2) Rods (3) Organ of Corti
(v) Salk’s vaccine is used to build immunity against:
(1) Tuberculosis (2) Poliomyelitis (3) Malaria            [5]

(f) The figure below represents an experiment set up to study a physiological process in plants:

icse-previous-papers-solutions-class-10-biology-2010-1(i) Name the physiological process being studied.
(ii) Explain the process.
(iii) What is the aim of the experiment ?
(iv) Give a wall balanced equation to represent the process.   [5]

(g) Given below is an example of a certain structure and its special functional activity:

Example : (0) Ribosomes and Protein synthesis. On a similar pattern complete the following:
(i) Hypothalamus and ……… .
(ii) Suspensory ligaments and ……… .
(iii) Semi circular canals and ……… .
(iv) Mitochondria and ……… .
(v) Seminiferous tubules and ……… .      [5]

(h) Explain the following terms :
(i) Antibiotics
(ii) Antiseptic
(iii) Hormones
(iv) Diffusion
(v) Destarched plant.    [5]

Answer: 1


(i) Meiosis
(ii) Nerium
(iii) Antigen
(iv) Fallopian tube
(v) Red Cross


(i) False; Vasectomy is the surgical method of sterilisation in males.
(ii) True.
(iii) False; Photolysis is the process of splitting of water molecules in the presence of grana and light.
(iv) True.
(v) False; Chromosomes other than the pair of sex chromosome are called autosomes.


(i) Ovary, Oviduct, Uterus, Cervix, Vagina.

(ii) Receptor, Sensory Neuron, Association Neuron, Motor-Neuron, Effector.

(iii) Cornea, Aqueous humour, Pupil, Lens, Yellow spot.

(iv) Xylem, Mesophyll cells, Intercellular space, Substomatal space, Stoma.

(v) Soil, Water, Root hair, Cortical cells, Endodermis, Xylem.

S. No. Category Odd One
(i) Simple reflex Knitting without looking
(ii) Eye defects Cretinism
(iii) Male reproductive system Lachrymal gland
(iv) Anterior pituitary secreted Vasopressin
(v) Disinfectants Mercurochrome

(i)—(3) Synapse
(ii)—(3) Guttation
(iii)—(2) Zygote
(iv)—(1) Cones
(v)—(2) Poliomyelitis.


(i) The physiological process being studied is photosynthesis.
(ii) It is the process by which green plants manufacture glucose from carbon dioxide and water which they get from atmosphere and soil respectively.
(iii) The aim of the experiment is to find out that oxygen is given out during photosynthesis.


(i) Hypothalamus and control pituitary function.
(ii) Suspensory ligaments and to held lens in position.
(iii) Semi circular canals and balancing the body.
(iv) Mitochondria and release of energy.
(v) Seminiferous tubules and spermatogenesis.

 (i) Antibiotics:

The chemical substances which are produced by a micro¬organism, can stop growth of or kill another micro-organism. e.g., Pencillin.

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