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KEY AND SCORING GUIDE BIOLOGY 12 PROVINCIAL EXAMINATION JANUARY 1994
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BIOLOGY 12 PROVINCIAL EXAMINATION – JANUARY 1994 KEY AND SCORING GUIDE - 1 - 6/26/96 TOPICS CORE: 1. Methods and Principles 2. Cells 3. Humans OPTIONS: 4. Section I: Immunology (Choose TWO of six) 5. Section II: Skeletal System and Muscles 6. Section III: Reproduction and Embryology 7. Section IV: Genetic Disorders and Engineering 8. Section V: Cancer 9. Section VI: Sensory Receptors MULTIPLE-CHOICE Q C T K S CGR Q C T K S K 1 A 1 I 3 27. U 3 B 1 IX F 3 H 1 D 1 I 5 28. U 3 D 1 IX F 6 K 2 D 1 IV B 1 29. U 3 B 1 IX C 4 K 2 B 1 IV B 1 30. H 3 A 1 IX C 1 K 2 C 1 III D 2 31. H 3 C 1 IX F 9 K 2 D 1 III C 4 32. K 3 B 1 XI A 4 H 2 A 1 V A 3 33. U 3 C 1 XI D 1 U 2 D 1 III C 11 34. U 3 C 1 XI B 1 U 2 A 1 III C 5 35. H 3 C 1 XI B 2 10. H 2 D 1 IV B 1 36. H 3 D 1 XI C 1 11. H 2 B 1 III C 1 37. K 3 D 1 X B 3 12. U 2 A 1 V D 3 38. U 3 C 1 X D 3 13. U 2 B 1 V D 4 39. U 3 C 1 X C 1 14. H 2 D 1 V B 5 40. U 3 C 1 X A 2, C 1 15. U 2 B 1 VI C 2 41. U 3 D 1 X E 1 16. U 2 C 1 VI D 1 42. U 3 D 1 X E 2 17. K 3 D 1 VII 1 43. H 3 C 1 X B 1 18. K 3 A 1 VIII A 5 44. K 3 D 1 XI E 2 19. K 3 C 1 VIII A 3 45. H 3 C 1 XI H 1 20. U 3 D 1 VIII A 2 46. K 3 D 1 XI G 1 21. H 3 B 1 VIII A 2 47. K 3 D 1 XII C 1 22. H 3 C 1 VIII A 10 48. U 3 B 1 XII C 1 23. K 3 B 1 IX B 2 49. H 3 C 1 XII C 1 24. U 3 A 1 IX F 4 50. K 3 D 1 XII C 1 25. K 3 B 1 IX A 1 51. U 3 D 1 XII C 1 26. U 3 C 1 IX B 1 52. U 3 B 1 VIII A 10 Multiple-choice total = 52 NOTE: Q = Question number; B = Box number; C = Cognitive level; T = Topic; S = Score CGR = Curriculum Guide Reference, K- Keyed response
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- 2 - 6/26/96 WRITTEN-RESPONSE Q B C T S CGR 1 1 U 2 4 IV A 2,B 1 2 2 U 2 4 III D 2, IV B 4,1 3 3 K 2 3 III E 1,2,3,4 4 4 U 2 3 VI C 1,3, D 1 5 5 K 3 2 VIII A 7 66 U 3 6X A 1 7 7 K/U 3 6 XI H 1 Core written–response total = 28 OPTIONS – Score only 2 out of 6 boxes (sections) from box 9 to box 14. Q B C T S Section I 1 - 3 8 K/U 4 10 Option I Section II 1 - 3 9 K/U 5 10 Option II Section III 1 - 3 10 K/U 6 10 Option III Section IV 1 - 3 11 K/U 7 10 Option IV Section V 1 - 3 12 K/U 8 10 Option V Section VI 1 - 3 13 K/U 9 10 Option VI Option Section written–response total = 20 (2 x 10) Multiple–choice total = 52 (52 questions) Written–response total = 48 (5 questions and 2 option sections) EXAM TOTAL = 100
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- 3 - 6/26/96 PART B: WRITTEN-RESPONSE QUESTIONS (28 marks) Use the following diagram to answer question 1. distilled water at 37 ° C mixture of starch solution & amylase membrane 1. A student set up the experiment illustrated above and kept it at 37 o C. After five minutes, the distilled water in the beaker was tested and found to contain a sugar but no starch. a) What had occurred inside the tube? (1 mark) - amylase has digested starch to a sugar b) What statement can you make about the permeability of the membrane? (1 mark) - membrane is selectively permeable to sugars but not to starch - starch molecule is too large to pass through the membrane } any one for 1 mark c) An identical experiment was set up and kept at 5 o C. After five minutes, how would the amount of sugar found in the water differ between the two beakers? Explain your answer. (2 marks)
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