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2021 WAEC GCE Biology Questions and Answers

No (1b)

i. Growth and development. Mitosis is utilized to expand an embryo after meiosis has created a gamete and it has merged with another gamete to form an embryo.

ii.Replacement of a cell….

Asexual reproduction (iii).


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EXAMPLE Commensalism – Sharks and remora fish, Tigers and golden jackals || BIOLOGY ASSOCIATION

Mutualism between bees and flowers, and humans and intestinal bacteria

Humans and tapeworms, cows and ticks are all examples of parasitism.

Rainbow trout, dandevon cactus, and tarantulas are examples of neutral species.


Pollution is the introduction of dangerous chemicals or substances into our environment, resulting in negative consequences.


It contributes to global warming and has a large carbon footprint.


(i)It contributes to global climate change (ii)It emits mercury, a neurotoxin, and carbon dioxide.


(i) When it spills in aquatic bodies, it kills aquatic life; (ii)When it spills on land, it reduces food productivity.

Questions (6a)

(I) Dominance refers to one or more species exerting a significant controlling impact over all other species as a result of their number, size, productivity, or associated activities.

(ii) Population size: The number of individual organisms in a population is referred to as population size.

(iii) Density: This refers to the quantity of live creatures per unit of surface area or volume.

         Questions No (6b)

(I) Although a frog has lungs, it also breathes through its skin.

(ii) They have webbed feet, which aid in swimming; (iii) They have long and powerful hind limbs, which aid in leaping and grabbing prey.

This is a mismatched blood transfusion (6c) (I) The blood will agglutinate, resulting in death. In this case, the patient’s body produces antibodies that target the new blood cells, causing a reaction known as hemolytic transfusion reaction.

(ii) The blood of the patient is checked in order to find a match for transfusion.

(iii) Variation that is not continuous

(iv) Obtaining information on the patient’s rhesus factor and blood group, both of which are required for a successful blood transfusion.

         (No 6dii)

I Bacteria (ii) Plants (iii) Animals (6di)

I Nitrosomoners (ii) Nitrobacta (iii) Fungi

No (6e)

I Cook the food thoroughly (ii) Always cover the food (iii) Maintain a clean atmosphere

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