Biology 2015 Solved Paper Previous Year Question ICSE

Biology 2015 Solved Paper Previous Year Question 

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Biology 2015 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 2015  (Solved)

Section -1 (40 Marks)

(Attempt All questions from this section

Question 1:

(a) Name the following : 

(i) The process of uptake of mineral ions against the concentration gradient using energy from cell.
(ii) The form in which glucose is stored in liver.
(iii) The vein that carries oxygenated blood.
(iv) The cross between two parents having one pair of contrasting characters.
(v) The structure formed by the villi of the ernbtyu and the uterus of the mother. [5]

(b) The statement given below are False. Rewirte the correct form of the statement by changing the word which is underlined: 
(i) Alpha cells of pancreas secrete Insulin.
(ii) Formalin is an example of an Antiseptic.
(in) CNG is mainly responsible for the formation of acid rain
(iv) Sulphadiaztne is an example of an Antiseptic.
(v) Cretinism is caused due to deficiency of Adrenaline. [5]

(c) Choose the correct answer from the four options given below:

(i) A single highly coiled tube where sperms are stored, gets concentrated and mature is known as
(A) Epididymis (B) Vas efferentia (C) Vas deferens (D) Seminiferous tubule
(ii) Chromosomes get aligned at the center of the cell during
(A) Metaphase (B) Anaphase (C) Prophase (D) Telophase
(iii) BCG vaccine is effective against:
(A) Cholera (B) Mumps (C) Tuberculosis (D) Measles
(iv) Which one of the following is mainly associated with the maintenance of the posture ?
(A) Cerebrum (B) Cerebellum (C) Thalamus (D) Pons
(v) An example of non-biodegradable waste is
(A) Vegetable peels (B) Sewage (C) Livestock waste (D) DDT  [5]

(d) Mention the exact location of the following structures :
(i) Thylakoids (ii) Organ of Corti (iii) Lenticels (iv) Bicuspid Value (v) Loop of Henle [5]

 

(e) The diagram given below represents a certain stage of mitosis : 
icse-previous-papers-solutions-class-10-biology-2015-1(i) Identify the stage of cell division.
(ii) Name the parts labelled A and B.
(iii) What is the unique feature observed in this stage ?
(iv) How many daughter cells formed from this type of cell division ? [5]

(f) Given below is an example of a certain structure and its special functional activity. On a similar pattern fill in the blanks with suitable functions : 
Example : Chloroplast and Photosynthesis
(i) Xylem and ……… .
(ii) Ciliary Body and ……… .
(iii) Seminiferous Tubule and ……… .
(iv) Thyroid gland and ……… .
(iv) Eustachian Tube and ……… . [5]

(g) Rewrite and complete the following sentences by inserting the correct word in the space indicated : 
(i) The phenomenon of loss of water through a cut stem or injured part of plant
is called ………
(ii) ……… is the scientific, name of garden pea, which Mendel used for his experiments.
(iii) A fluid that occupies the larger cavity of the eye ball behind the lens is ………
(iv) Oxygen combines with haemoglobin present in RBC and forms ………
(v) ……… causes corrosion of the marble or brick surface. [5]

(h) Match the items in Column A with the most appropriate ones in Column B. Rewrite the matching pairs as shown in the example : 
Example : Fibrinogen – Clotting of blood. [5]

Column A Column B
(1) Allele (a) Control of automobile exhaust
(2) Leydig cells (b) Tourniquet
(3) Utriculus (c) Alternate forms of genes
(4) Snake bite (d) Dynamic equilibrium
(5) Euro IV norms (e) Testosterone
(f) Sudden change in genes
(g) Static equilibrium
Answers:1

(a) (i) Active Absorption
(ii) Glycogen
(iii) Pulmonary vein
(iv) Monohybrid cross
(v) Placenta.

(b) (i) Alpha cells of pancreas Secrete glucagon.
(ii) Formalin is an example of Disinfectant.
(iii) Fossil fuel is mainly responsible for acid rain.
(iv) Sulphadiazine’is an example of Sulphonamide.
(v) Cretinism is caused by deficiency of Thyroxine.

(c) (i) (A) Epididymis
(ii) (A) Metaphase
(iii) (C) Tuberculosis
(iv) (B) Cerebellum
(v) (D) DDT

(d) (i) Thylakoids: In the grana of the chloroplast in plant cells.
(ii) Organ of Corti: In the endolymph present in the middle concentric layer of cochlea in the internal ear.
(iii) Lenticels: On the older stem of plants.
(iv) Bicuspid value: Between the left auricle and left ventricle.
(v) Loop of Henle: In the medulla part of kidney.

(e) (i) Anaphase.
(ii) A – Spindle fibre. B-Centromere
(iii) The sister chromatids of each chromosome have split apart and moved away from each other.
(iv) Two.

(f) (i) Xylem and upward transport of water and minerals.
(ii) Ciliary body and alter the shape of the lens of eye.
(iii) Seminiferous tubule and production of sperms in testes.
(iv) Thyroid gland and regulate basal metabolism.
(v) Eustachean tube and equalize air pressure on either side of the ear drum.

(g) (i) The phenomenon of loss of water through a cut stem or injured part of plant is called bleeding.
(ii) Pisum sativum is the scientific name of garden pea, which Mendel used for his experiments.
(iii) A fluid that occupies the larger cavity of the eye ball behind the lens is vitreous humour.
(iv) Oxygen combines with- haemoglobin present in RBC and forms, Oxyhaemoglobin.
(v) Acid rain causes corrosion of the marble or brick surface.

(h)

Column A Column B
(1) Allele (c) Alternate forms of genes
(2) Leydig cells (e) Testosterone
(3) Utriculus (g) Static equilibrium
(4) Snake bite (b) Tourniquet
(5) Euro IV norms (a) Control of automobile exhaust

ICSE Biology 2015  (Solved)

SECTION-II (40 Marks)

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