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    The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has fixed minimum cut off marks for Nigeria’s tertiary institutions.
    The minimum cut off marks for admissions into universities in Nigeria was set for 120, polytechnics and colleges of education pegged at 100, while that of innovative enterprising institutes was pegged at 110.
    Institutions are, however, at liberty to raise their cut off marks for admission above the minimum set by JAMB.
    Also, admissions into public degree awarding institutions for the 2017 UTME examination will end on January 15, 2018 while for private institutions, it ends on January 31, 2018.
    Also, decisions on first choice candidates by universities will end on October 15, and second choice candidates will end on December 15; after which the remaining students will be available in the market place for other institutions till the January closing dates.
    These decisions were taken at the 2017 Combined Policy Meetings on Admissions into Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria which ended on Tuesday.
    The Registrar of JAMB, Ishaq Oloyede, said a Central Admission Processing System, CAPS, will be used to streamline admission processes among institutions, as it addresses challenges associated with the former approach.
    Mr. Oloyede also said that Institutions could conduct dual mode system which involves both manual and the newly introduced CAPS.
    He advocated a dynamic educational policy as related to admissions.
    “All over the world, there is agitation for dynamic educational policy,” he said. “JAMB only admits for National Diploma, not Higher National Diploma; so why should we use the same requirement for ND and BSC, that is unreasonable parity.”
    “We should not be sentimental in fixing our cut off mark; we need not over-dramatise issue of cut off mark.”
    He said candidates’ applications to study agriculture was very low while applications to study medicine and health sciences increased.
    Speaking on illegal admissions, he said the process is now automated because the Registrar of JAMB must approve all candidates.
    “About 17,160 students were admitted without JAMB across institutions in Nigeria,” he said.
    The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, also formerly announced a lift of the ban on the conduct of Post-UTME examination as a prerequisite for admission into tertiary institutions.
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    He explained that the 2016 admission process was a huge success, while expressing optimism that government is working assiduously to make that of 2017 better.
    Mr. Adamu noted that government is also making efforts to expand access and ensure equality in the education sector.
    He expressed optimism that a substantial number of candidates who sat for the 2017 UTME would gain admission into tertiary institution.
    “Over 1.6 million candidates applied for degree courses, over 17,000 for ND as well as NCE,” he said.

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    This is the correct Neco GCE 2017 / 2018 timetable. It is important that you go through the list and take note of the date / time of your exams. There is nothing more painful than losing the scheduled time for your exam. You are advised to print this timetable or copy it out on your diary.

    Thursday 26th Oct. 2017
    Physics Paper I (Alternative to Practical)
    2.00 pm – 4.45 pm
    Friday 27th Oct. 2017
    Agricultural Science Paper I (Alternative to Practical)
    3.30 pm – 5.00 pm
    Saturday 28th Oct. 2017
    Further Mathematics Paper III (Objective)
    1.00 pm – 3.00 pm
    Further Mathematics Paper II (Essay)3.10 pm – 5.40 pm
    Monday 30th Oct. 2017
    Chemistry Paper I (Alternative to Practical)
    2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
    Tuesday 31st Oct. 2017
    Biology Paper I (Alternative to Practical)
    2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
    Wednesday 1st Nov. 2017
    Economics Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Thursday 2nd Nov. 2017
    Civic Education Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Friday 3rd Nov. 2017
    Literature in English Paper II (Drama & Poetry)
    3.30 pm – 5.10 pm
    Monday 6th Nov. 2017
    Physics Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Tuesday 7th Nov. 2017
    Literature in English Paper III (Objective)
    2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
    Literature in English Paper IV (Prose)
    3.00 pm – 4.15 pm
    Wednesday 8th Nov. 2017
    Christian Religious Studies Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
    Islamic Studies Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
    Thursday 9th Nov. 2017
    Chemistry Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Saturday 11th Nov. 2017
    General Mathematics Paper III (Objective)
    11.00 am – 12.45 pm
    General Mathematics Paper II (Essay)
    1.00 pm – 3.30 pm
    Tuesday 14th Nov. 2017
    Government Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 4.40 pm
    Wednesday 15th Nov. 2017
    Geography Paper III & I (Objective & Practical)
    2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
    Thursday 16th Nov. 2017
    Financial Accounting Paper III (Objective)
    2.00 pm – 3.20 pm
    Financial Accounting Paper II (Theory & Practice)
    3.20 pm – 5.50 pm
    Friday 17th Nov. 2017
    Geography Paper II (Essay)
    3.30 pm – 5.30 pm
    Tuesday 21st Nov. 2017
    Biology Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
    Wednesday 22nd Nov. 2017
    Hausa Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Igbo Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Yoruba Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Thursday 23rd Nov. 2017
    Agricultural Science Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
    Saturday 25th Nov. 2017
    English Language Paper II (Essay)
    1.00 pm – 2.45 pm
    English Language Paper III (Objective)
    2.45 pm – 3.45 pm
    English Language Paper IV (Test of Orals)
    4.00 pm – 4.45 pm
    Monday 27th Nov. 2017
    Marketing Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
    2.00 pm – 4.40 pm
    Tuesday 28th Nov. 2017
    Commerce Paper III & II (Objective & Essay)
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    Registration for the 2018 WASSCE for Private Candidates.(JAN/FEB) will commence on Monday, October 9 and end on Friday, December 29, 2017..

    Recall that some months ago WAEC in the five member countries disclosed plans to introduce an additional examination diet from 2018 for candidates intending to participate in its public examinations..

    Though this will not take off in other member countries, the Nigeria National Office will commence the conduct of the one additional diet each year of WASSCE for private candidates..
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    The West African Examinations Council (WAEC), will begin conducting two series of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for Private Candidates, as from 2018.

    The First Series will be conducted between January and February, while the Second Series will be conducted between August and October every year.

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    SSCE Nov/Dec 2017 Examination Timetable
    S/N Subject Date Time.

    1 French Paper IV (Aural Comprehension & Oral Expression) Wednesday 25th Oct. 2017
    2 Arabic Paper IV (Oral) Wednesday 25th Oct. 2017
    3 Physics Paper I (Alternative to Practical) Thursday 26th Oct. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.45 pm
    4 Agricultural Science Paper I (Alternative to Practical) Friday 27th Oct. 2017 3.30 pm - 5.00 pm
    5 Further Mathematics Paper III (Objective) Saturday 28th Oct. 2017 1.00 pm - 3.00 pm
    6 Further Mathematics Paper II (Essay) Saturday 28th Oct. 2017 3.10 pm - 5.40 pm
    7 Stenography Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Saturday 28th Oct. 2017 1.00 pm - 3.00 pm
    8 Chemistry Paper I (Alternative to Practical) Monday 30th Oct. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
    9 Biology Paper I (Alternative to Practical) Tuesday 31st Oct. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
    10 Economics Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 1st Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
    11 Civic Education Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Thursday 2nd Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
    12 Literature in English Paper II (Drama & Poetry) Friday 3rd Nov. 2017 3.30 pm - 5.10 pm
    13 Physics Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 6th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
    14 History Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 6th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
    15 Literature in English Paper III (Objective) Tuesday 7th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
    16 Literature in English Paper IV (Prose) Tuesday 7th Nov. 2017 3.00 pm - 4.15 pm
    17 Christian Religious Studies Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 8th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
    18 Islamic Studies Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 8th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
    19 Chemistry Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Thursday 9th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
    20 Physical Education Paper I (Theory of Practice) Friday 10th Nov. 2017 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
    21 General Mathematics Paper III (Objective) Saturday 11th Nov. 2017 11.00 am - 12.45 pm
    22 General Mathematics Paper II (Essay) Saturday 11th Nov. 2017 1.00 pm - 3.30 pm
    23 Stenography Paper IV Practical (Word Processing) Monday 13th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
    24 Stenography Paper I Practical Monday 13th Nov. 2017 4.00 pm - 5.17 pm
    25 Government Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Tuesday 14th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
    26 Geography Paper III & I (Objective & Practical) Wednesday 15th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
    27 Financial Accounting Paper III (Objective) Thursday 16th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 3.20 pm
    28 Financial Accounting Paper II (Theory & Practice) Thursday 16th Nov. 2017 3.20 pm - 5.50 pm
    29 Geography Paper II (Essay) Friday 17th Nov. 2017 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
    30 Biology Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Tuesday 21st Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
    31 Hausa Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 22nd Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
    32 Igbo Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 22nd Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
    33 Yoruba Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 22nd Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
    34 Agricultural Science Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Thursday 23rd Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
    35 Physical Education Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Friday 24th Nov. 2017 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
    36 English Language Paper II (Essay) Saturday 25th Nov. 2017 1.00 pm - 2.45 pm
    37 English Language Paper III (Objective) Saturday 25th Nov. 2017 2.45 pm - 3.45 pm
    38 English Language Paper IV (Test of Orals) Saturday 25th Nov. 2017 4.00 pm - 4.45 pm
    39 Store keeping Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 27th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
    40 Marketing Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 27th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
    41 Salesmanship Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Monday 27th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
    42 Commerce Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Tuesday 28th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 4.40 pm
    43 Health Education Paper I (Test of Practical) Wednesday 29th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 3.30pm
    44 Health Education Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) Wednesday 29th Nov. 2017 3.45 pm - 5.45 pm
    45 Arabic Paper III (Objective) Thursday 30th Nov. 2017 2.00 pm - 3.30 pm
    46 Arabic Paper II (Essay & Literature) Thursday 30th Nov. 2017 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
    47 French Paper I (Written Comprehension) Friday 1st Dec. 2017 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm
    48 French Paper II (Written Expression) Friday 1st Dec. 2017 4.00 pm - 5.45 pm
    NOTE:
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    PHYSICS

    1bii)
    This is because an iron ship is not completely solid. It has full of air filled in it. So the average density of the ship as a whole is less than the density of water. Therefore immersed portion of the ship displaces water equal to its weight. So the ship floats whereas a sheet of iron is compact and there are no air spaces inside it. Iron is denser than that of water. The weight of the sheet is greater than the weight of the water displaced by the sheet. So it sinks.


    2bi) I Rainbow
    II Wave length
    2v)
    SLOPE

    Slope,s =y2-y1/x2-x1
    =56.7-20/4-1
    =36.7/3
    =12.233
    =12.23

    2vi)

    U = 100/S = 100/12.23
    = 8.176
    =8.18

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    2vii)

    - I avoided error due to parallax while reading the meter rule.

    -I ensured the mass was kept dried before weighing

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    3a)
    Readings
    1 | R(ohms) | R^-1(ohms)| L(cm) | L(cm)

    1 | 1.00 | 1.000 | 13.50 | 0.074

    2 | 2.00 | 0.500 | 27.50 | 0.036

    3 | 3.00 | 0.333 | 41.50 | 0.024

    4 | 4.00 | 0.250 | 55.00 | 0.018

    5 | 5.00 | 0.200 | 69.00 | 0.014

    (3av)
    Slope=Change in R^-1/Change in L^-1
    =(0.500-0.200)/(0.036-0.018)
    S=0.30/0.018
    =16.67cm/n

    (3avi)
    Rs=100/16.67
    Rs=5.99880n/cm
    Rs=6.0n/cm



    Note ;where u see ohms put the ohms sign
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    (2a)
    To determine the presence of living organisms in the soil.

    (2b)
    I - Rubber cork
    II - String
    III - Conical flask
    Iv - lime water

    (2c)
    (i) Collection of fresh garden soil in a piece of cellophane bag.
    (ii) One sample is heated and both bags are tied up with string.
    (iii) Placed all in a flask containing lime water
    (iv) The other end of flask is corked and allowed the veting for six hours.
    (v) The heated sample serves as control experiment to kill all organisms in the soil.

    (2d)
    To kill all organisms in the soil.

    (2e)
    C - The lime water turns milky since carbondioxide is released
    D - The lime water remains the same

    (2f)
    C - The unheated soil has micro organisms that release carbondioxide
    D - The heated soil do not have any to release to the carbondioxide.
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    A)disc plough
    B)ridger
    1b)
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    ii)ridger is for making ridges
    1c)
    i)edge joint
    ii)frame
    iii)bearing
    1d)B
    Mouldboard plough
    -it can handle the toughest ploughing job with outstanding penetration performance.
    -It is designed to work in all types of soil for basic functins such as soil breaking. soilraising and soil turning.
    -it can be used in stony & rooted soils

    Disc plough: A
    - It is used to open the new fields and to process the stony areas.
    - It can be used easily at rocky and rooted areas.
    - It is specially useful in hard and dry trashy land conditions and in soils where scouring is a major problem.
    1e)
    IV-mouldboard
    V-share point
    VI-vertical disc hitch
    1f)
    i)hoe
    ii)cutlass
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    2a)
    To determine the presence of living organisms in the soil.
    2b)
    I - Rubber cork
    II - String
    III - Conical flask
    Iv - lime water
    2c)
    i) Collection of fresh garden soil in a piece of cellophane bag.
    ii) One sample is heated and both bags are tied up with string.
    iii) Placed all in a flask containing lime water
    iv) The other end of flask is corked and allowed the veting for six hours.
    v) The heated sample serves as control experiment to kill all organisms in the soil.
    2d)
    To kill all organisms in the soil.
    2e)
    C - The lime water turns milky since carbondioxide is released
    D - The lime water remains the same
    2f)
    C - The unheated soil has micro organisms that release carbondioxide
    D - The heated soil do not have any to release to the carbondioxide.
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    3a)
    E- coco nut tree
    F- bod pest
    G- tuber
    3b)
    i)palm oil
    ii)soap production
    3c)
    pest: birds
    disease: palm bud
    3d)
    i)leads to scientific resreach and discovery
    ii)it destorys the plant for a form of ecosystem
    3e)
    i)destorys the start of the tubers
    ii)reduce the total farm yield
    3f)
    application of pesticides(DDT)
    3g)
    crop rotation practise
    3h)
    i)feed for animals
    ii)flower production


    4a)
    i)cat fish
    ii)hen
    4b)
    i)drying
    ii)freezing
    iii)salting
    iv)smoking
    4c)
    i)animal dump
    ii)pils of yam(tubers)
    4d)
    i)ronder pest
    ii)night blindness
    4e)
    i)disc
    ii)blade
    iii)bonger
    4f)
    i)hoe
    ii)bonger
    4g)
    dumps
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    (1ai)
    Methyl Orange
    Reason – Titration of strong acid against base
    (1aii)
    Yellow
    (1aiii)
    Hydrochloric acid
    (1aiv)2HCL(aq) x2Co3 -> 2 x CL(aq) H20(aq) CO2(g)
    (1bi) Molar mass of HcL = 1 35.5
    =36.5gmol^-1
    Con of A is moldm^-3 =
    Con of A of gdm^3/molar mass in gdm^3
    =7.30gdm^-3/36.5gmol^-1
    =0.200moldm^-3
    (1bii)
    using cava/cbvb =a/b
    ca= 0.200mol/dm3
    va=26.20cm3
    cb=?
    Vb=25.0cm3
    a=2moles
    b=1mole
    0.200mol/dm3* 26.20cm3/Cb * 25.0cm3 = 2mol/1mole
    cb = 0.200* 26.20*1/25.0*1
    cb= 5.24/25.0 mold/dm3
    cb= 0.2096mol/dm3
    (1biii)
    Conc. of B in gdm-3/Conc. of B in moldm-3
    =10.6gdm-3/0.148 gdm-3
    =101.15g
    =101gmol-1

    1biv)
    Relative Molar Mass (RM)
    X2CO3=101
    (2*X)+12+(16*3)=101
    2X+12+48=101
    2X=101-60
    2X=41
    X=20.5=21

    (2ai)
    INFERENCE: Sample X is a soluble salt
    (2aii)
    OBSERVATION: A gas is evolved. The gas turns red moist litmus blue.
    It forms white fumed when NaOH solution was added was added
    INFERENCE: Alkaline gas
    (2aiii)
    INFERENCE: CO3 gas is CO3^2-
    (2aiv)
    INFERENCE: The solution is alkaline
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    (2av)
    (NH4)2CO3(aq)+2NaOH(aq) >> Na2CO3(aq)+2NH3+2H2O(g)

    (3a)
    -NH4Cl and AgNo3
    -ZnCo3
    -FeS
    -AgNO3
    -NH4Cl
    (3b)
    -Burrette
    -Retort stand
    -Solution/Acid
    -Conical flask
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    REAGENTS: Adition of KSCN Solution
    (Fe2+): Pale-colouration
    (Fe3+) Blood red colouration
    (2bii)
    REAGENT: Addition of NaOH solution in drop till excess
    (Fe2+): Dirty green gelatineous precipitaye which is insolube in excess NaOH.
    (Fe3+): Reddish brown gelatineous precipitate which is insolube in excess NaOH.
    (2biii)
    REAGENT: Addition of K2Fe(CN) solution
    (Fe2+): It forms a dark blue precipitate
    (Fe3+): A deep red colouration
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    REAGENTS: Adition of KSCN Solution
    (Fe2+): Pale-colouration
    (Fe3+) Blood red colouration
    (2bii)
    REAGENT: Addition of NaOH solution in drop till excess
    (Fe2+): Dirty green gelatineous precipitaye which is insolube in excess NaOH.
    (Fe3+): Reddish brown gelatineous precipitate which is insolube in excess NaOH.
    (2biii)
    REAGENT: Addition of K2Fe(CN) solution
    (Fe2+): It forms a dark blue precipitate
    (Fe3+): A deep red colouration
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    (1ai)
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    (1aii)
    A-The volume of the sugar solution in the yam tuber increases
    B-The volume of water in the yam tuber remains unchanged

    (1aiii)
    It serves as the semi-permeable membrane

    (1aiv)
    Set up B serves as the control experiment

    (1av)
    -Cellophane paper
    -Pig bladder

    (1avi)
    -It makes osmo-regulation possible
    -It enhances regulation of waterin the urinary tubules

    (1bi)
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    (1bii)
    I-Webbed digit
    II-Nostril
    IV-Tympanum
    V-Nictating membrane

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    (1biv)
    -Possesion of webbed digit for swimming
    -Possesion of wide mouth for sieving and eating
    -Possesion of long hind limb for escape

    (1ci)
    Atlas

    (1cii)
    I-Neural spine
    II-Neural arch
    III-Neural canal
    IV-Vertebraterial canal
    V-Centrum

    (1ciii)
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    (2ai)
    E - Tomato fruit
    F - Cowpea
    G - Coconut fruit

    (2aii)
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    F - Explosive mechanism
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    VI - Claw

    (2biv)
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    III - To detect vibration
    IV - For flight
    VI - For scratching the sand or ground
    VII - For steering during flight


    3a)
    i - Will not germinate
    J - will germinate
    K - will not germinate

    3aii) i - water or moisture is absent
    J - Water is present as a factor for germination
    K - Oxygen is absent

    3aiii) k - Pyrogallic removes oxygen which include sodium hydroxide, removes carbon(iv)oxide.
    J- Water aids swelling and activation of enzymes.

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    I structure of the sperm >>spermatozoa

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    I. Nucleus rich in DNA
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    Iv.Tail sheath

    3i. It enhances penetration of eggs during fertilization.

    ii. Help to move

    3c

    i. Starch test is Negative
    ii. Because Co2 the substrate of Starch has been Removed
    iii. It help trap CO2
    iv. It removes Co2 from The set up
    v.experiment to Show that Carboni
    vi Oxide is Neccessary for Photosynthesis
    vii. N is the Control Experiment.
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