June Key - Biology 12 June 2003 Provincial Examination...

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036bik - 1 - July 18, 2003 Biology 12 June 2003 Provincial Examination A NSWER K EY / S CORING G UIDE C URRICULUM : Organizers Sub-Organizers 1. Cell Biology 2. Cell Processes and Applications 3. Human Biology A, B, C, D E, F, G, H I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P Part A: Multiple Choice QKCS C O PLO Q K C S CO PLO 1. A H 1 1 A1, 3; C11 26. B U 1 3 J12 2. C K 1 1, 2 A1; G5 27. C U 1 3 K4; N3 3. C U 1 1 B1, 2 28. B K 1 3 L1 4. B U 1 1 C1 29. B K 1 3 L1; I1 5. A H 1 1 C1 30. D U 1 3 L4, 5 6. D U 1 1 C2, 4 31. B U 1 3 L6, 8 7. A U 1 1 D1, 2; A1 32. D K 1 3 M1 8. B U 1 1 D5 33. B U 1 3 M3 9. D U 1 2 E1 34. D U 1 3 M8, 2, 1 10. D U 1 2 E1 35. A U 1 3 N3 11. D H 1 2, 1 E1; D1 36. A U 1 3 N4 12. C K 1 2 E1 37. B U 1 3 N4 13. A K 1 2 G1, 3 38. C U 1 3 N5 14. C K 1 2 G3 39. B H 1 3 O2 15. D K 1 2 G4 40. A U 1 3 O2 16. C H 1 2 G5 41. D U 1 3 O2 17. A K 1 3 I1 42. D U 1 3 O2, 5 18. D H 1 3 I7; J2 43. C H 1 3 O2 19. D H 1 3 J1 44. A U 1 3 O5 20. A H 1 3 J1, 2; K1, 6 45. D U 1 3 P3 21. D U 1 3 J1 46. C H 1 3 P4 22. C U 1 3 J2 47. C U 1 3 P7 23. A H 1 3 J5 48. D U 1 3 P8, 10 24. D K 1 3 J8 49. B H 1 3 P9, 10 25. C K 1 3 J11 50. D U 1 3 P9, 10; N5 Multiple Choice = 50 marks
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036bik - 2 - July 18, 2003 Part B: Written Response QBCS CO PLO 1. 1 U 3 1 A1, 2 2. 2 K 3 1 B2, 3 3. 3 H 2 1, 2 D5, 2; E1 4. 4 U 4 2 F1, 4 5. 5 U 3 2 G3 6. 6 U 6 2 H1, 3, 6 7. 7 U 6 3, 2 I1, 5; G7 8. 8 K 2 3 I4, 6 9. 9 U 4 3 K2 10. 10 H 4 3 L8, 7; J9, 4 11. 11 U 4 3 M2, 1 12. 12 K 4 3 O1 13. 13 U 2 3 P1, 6 14. 14 K 3 3 P5, 6, 8, 10 Written Response = 50 marks Multiple Choice = 50 (50 questions) Written Response = 50 (14 questions) E XAMINATION T OTAL = 100 marks L EGEND : Q = Question Number B = Score Box Number S = Score K = Keyed Response C = Cognitive Level CO = Curriculum Organizer PLO = Prescribed Learning Outcome
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036bik - 3 - July 18, 2003 PART B: WRITTEN RESPONSE Value: 50 marks Suggested Time: 75 minutes 1. Describe how the function of the cell membrane, vacuoles and lysosomes are related. (3 marks) • The cell membrane folds in to produce a vacuole. • The vacuole contains food or large particles. • The lysosome binds to the vacuole. • Hydrolytic enzymes in the lysosome break down the molecules within the vacuole. any three for 1 mark each
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036bik - 4 - July 18, 2003 2. Describe three ways that water is important to living organisms. (3 marks) • serves as a solvent • acts as a lubricant • regulates temperature • helps hydrolytic reactions • is used in chemical reactions/hydrolysis • protects aquatic organisms from freezing • freezes on top, which insulates fish/underwater organisms over the winter any three for 1 mark each
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036bik - 5 - July 18, 2003 Use the following diagram to answer question 3.
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