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MINISTRY OF NATIONAL EDUCATION
SEMESTER 2 TEST
For
PILOT INTERNATIONAL STAMDART JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
ACADEMIC YEAR 2010 / 2011

Subject        : SCIENCE (Biology)
Year        : 7
Semester    : 2
Day / Date    : December 2010
Time        : 08.00-09.00 (60 minutes)

INSTRUCTIONS

1.    You have 60 minutes to finish the test
2.    There are 30 test items, each with 4 options
3.    Check and read the test items before you answer them
4.    Answer the questions by blackening A, B, C and D on your answer sheet.
5.    Report to the test supervisor if you find a blurred, damaged or incomplete test paper
6.    If necessary, ask the test supervisor for a piece of scrap paper
7.    You are not allowed to use a calculator, mobile phone, mathematical table, or other calculating devices.
8.    Check your answer sheet before you submit it to the invigilator
9.    You are not allowed to make notes on, photocopy, or multiply the test paper.

31.    The following figure shows an ecosystem in aquarium.

In the aquarium, there are:
1.    Snail         7.  Microbe
2.    Sand         8.  Sunlight
3.    Fish         9.  Turtle
4.    Phytoplankton     10. Stones
5.    Water         11. Plant
6.    Air         12. Zooplankton
The biotic components of the ecosystem in the aquarium are shown by number……
A.    1, 2, 8 and 10
B.    2, 5, 6 and 10
C.    3, 4, 5 and 8
D.    1, 3, 4 and 9

32.    The following figure shows an ecosystem in shore.
In the shore, there are:
1.    Shrimp    .        7.   Crab.
2.    Worm.            8.   Water.
3.    Small fish.        9.   Sea grass.
4.    White egret.        10. Soil.
5.    Air.            11. Mangroves.
6.    Stone.            12. Sunlight.

The a-biotic components of the ecosystem in the shore are shown by number……
A.    1, 2, 3 and 4.
B.    2, 4, 6 and 8.
C.    5, 6, 8 and 10.
D.    7, 9, 11 and 12.

33.    Look at the food web.

The following are organisms contribute to herbivore. They are…..
A.    grasshopper and small bird.
B.    mouse and grasshopper.
C.    snake and small bird.
D.    snake and mouse.

34.    Look at the food web.

What will happen if all the grasshoppers die?
A.    Grass will grow fast and mouse die.
B.    Lizard die and grass will grow fast.
C.    Rabbit and eagle will grow fast.
D.    Snake and lizard will grow fast.

35.    Look at the scheme of food chain.

Energy is experience transferred from…..
A.    the sun            procedure          first consumer              second consumer.
B.    second consumer           first consumer           procedure              the sun.
C.    procedure               first consumer            second consumer         the sun.
D.    decomposer           procedure        first consumer         second consumer.

36.    The diagram shows a pyramid of number.

Which one is correct about the organisms in the pyramid of number?

Q    R    S    T
A    Producer    Primary consumer    Secondary consumer    Tertiary consumer
B    First tropic level    Second tropic level     Third tropic level    Fourth tropic level
C    Autotrophic     Heterotrophic     Heterotrophic    Heterotrophic
D    Tertiary consumer    Secondary consumer    Primary consumer    Producer

37.     Look at the following of interdependence among organisms.
What is the type of the interdependence?

A.    Competition.
B.    Symbiosis.
C.    Predation.
D.    Neutral.

38.    Look at the following of interdependence among organism.
What is the type of the interdependence?

A.    Commensalism symbiosis.
B.    Mutualism symbiosis.
C.    Parasitism symbiosis.
D.    Antibiosis.

39.    If there is an excessive amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) the heat reflected from the Earth may be blocked and therefore reflect back into the Earth. Consequently, temperature on surface of the Earth will increase significantly is called global warning.
The activities that cannot be done to it overcome this problem are…..
A.    separating industrial areas from residential areas.
B.    doing to deforestation and forest fires.
C.    reducing the use of fossil fuels.
D.    conserving the environment.

40.    Look at the following figure.

Which one is not the cause of endangering the species?
A.    Their reproductive rates are lower than their mortality rates over long periods of time.
B.    Their mortality rates fast periods of time and number are many.
C.    Their species that are in danger of going extinct.
D.    Their numbers are diminishing.

41.    The conservation of plants or animal can be done in way in –situ and ex-situ.
Which one is the example for ex-situ is?
A.    Conservation komodo in Komodo Island.
B.    Transfer to some animal species to zoo.
C.    Building to cultivation of animal.
D.    Keep of plants in botany garden.

42.    Human activities that can interfere with the preservation of the biodiversity of living thing are…..
A.    capture seasonal.
B.    selective logging system.
C.    preserve rare animal in the house.
D.    cultivation of plants by tissue culture.

43.    Nusa villagers at the beginning of 2009 amounted to 8500 souls. During 2006 the number of babies has born in 150 inhabitants, the number of death 75 people, the number of entrants and the population 300 people who went about 150 inhabitants. The growth in the number of villagers Nusa next 5 years is …… people.
A.    225
B.    265
C.    9.688
D.    10.225

44.    During 2008 in the prosperous village of 150 souls are born, death represents 75 people, migrant some 300 people, and people who go a number of 150 souls. The population growth in the prosperous village in 2008 is….people.
A.    225
B.    350
C.    450
D.    775

45.    Look at a figure of densely populated area.

The direct impact on the environments is limited ……
A.    employment opportunities.
B.    health services.
C.    supply of food.
D.    residence.

46.    Look at a graph of food production versus times.

The cause of food crisis is……
A.    frequent crop failure.
B.    population is always increasing.
C.    high cost of agricultural production.
D.    the fluctuation of agricultural products.

47.    The following are the result of uncontrolled population growth, except…..
A.    limited employment opportunities.
B.    increase in infectious diseases.
C.    limited  health services.
D.    limited supply of food.

48.    The impact that may disturb the balanced ecosystem, except…..
A.    change of season.
B.    tectonic earthquake.
C.    availability fresh water.
D.    strung out day and night.

49.    The following are defined the terms of biological magnification, except…
A.    science helps us to understand our selves and environment.
B.    science not makes our life more comfortable.
C.    knowledge affects us and our environment.
D.    the systematic lesson nature.

50.    Look at a figure of forest clearing!

The impact on the global condition is….
A.    cause young plants could die, because to the lack of humus and water.
B.    can cause acid rain, damage of the ozone layer, the greenhouse effect.
C.    a consequence the whole ecosystem will be threatened.
D.    rainwater will erode some layers of the fertile soil.

51.    Look at a figure of greenhouse effect!

The greenhouse gases cause increasing….
A.    CO2
B.    CH4
C.    H2O
D.    N2O

52.    The type of pollution that may occur from agriculture activity is…..
A.    fertilizer.
B.    poison.
C.    weeds.
D.    dung.

53.    The following are human activities that may reduce the impacts of acid rain.
A.    conducting illegal logging, selective logging and preparing seeds.
B.    the combustion of coal and petroleum increased.
C.    conserving the environment, especially forests.
D.    building industrial areas and residential areas.

54.    Farmers usually use fertilizer containing nitrogen and phosphate. However, excessive use and wrong methods of disposal the estimate the impacts to the environment and community.
A.    Damage to equipment made of metals because the water becomes corrosive.
B.    Causes cancer and reproductive system disorders.
C.    Cause problem in blood circulation systems.
D.    Crop production to decrease.

55.    The following is a figure of eutrophication.

An Enceng gondok population.
The condition indicating eutrophication caused by…..
A.    eradication of pests and diseases.
B.    excessive fertilizer.
C.    ground processing.
D.    poor irrigation.

56.    The following are two figures of river.

Compares the condition of both types of rivers?
A.    Polluted and unpolluted.
B.    Swift and calm currents.
C.    Deep and shallow.
D.    Broad and narrow.

57.    The following are examples of 3R (reduce, reuse, and recycle) movements, except…
A.    off and on bike or car out just to reach places that are relatively close.
B.    cycling is healthier than clear sit quietly on the vehicle.
C.    reusing goods that are still worthy of our life.
D.    do not ask too much plastic to wrap things.

58.    Which ones are the examples of biodegradable waste?
A.    paper, vegetable and plastics.
B.    wood, metal and copper.
C.    cloth, bone and copper.
D.    zinc, iron and glass.

59.    The following are modern life activities.
1.    Providing collecting tanks in industries.
2.    Reducing the use of fossil fuels.
3.    Using biodegradable detergents.
4.    Choosing products with non CFCs.
5.    Separating industrial areas from residential areas.
State some efforts in overcoming the air pollution.
A.    1 , 2 and 3
B.    1 , 3 and 5
C.    2 , 4 and 5
D.    3 , 4 and 5

60.    The following are example of technology applications?
1.    AMDAL (Environmental Impact Assessment).
2.    PROKASIH (Clear River Program).
3.    PLB (Blue Sky Program).
4.    BAPEDAL (the Environmental Impact Management Agency).
The role in overcoming the environmental damage is to restore the quality standard of air and improve the air quality.
A.    1
B.    2
C.    3
D.    4

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