Re: ICSE solved question papers
As you are looking for the ICSE solved question papers, here I am uploading a pdf file that contains the same. There are both objective and descriptive types of the questions available. I have taken following questions from the attachment:
(f) Choose the correct alternative from the choices given below each statement so
as to complete its meaning:
(i) The number of daughter cells formed at the end of meiosis from a cell
(a) 2 Haploid cells
(b) 2 Diploid cells
(c) 4 Haploid cells
(d) 4 Diploid cells.
(ii) Which of the following is not a part of the female reproductive system
in human beings?
(d) Fallopian tube.
(iii) Ovulation occurs:
(a) at the beginning of menstrual cycle
(b) in the mid of the menstrual cycle
(c) at the end of the menstrual cycle
(d) during any time of the menstrual cycle.
(iv) Phototrophic mode of nutrition requires:
(c) CO2 and water
(d) All the above.
(v) Plasmolysis identifies the process of:
81 ICSE Specimen Question Paper
(c) Active transport
Rests of the questions are in the attachment, please click on it…….
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