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(1a)
A- Cortex
B- Renal Pelvis
C- Renal artery
D- Renal Vein
E- Medulla
F- Ureter

(1bi)
Selective reabsorbtion occurs in the PCT (proximal convoluted tubule). The PCT is highly permeable meaning it is easy for molecules to diffuse through it.

(1bii)
(i) Regulation of extracellular fluid volume: The kidneys work to ensure an adequate quantity of plasma to keep blood flowing to vital organs.
(ii) Regulation of osmolarity: The kidneys help keep extracellular fluid from becoming too dilute or concentrated with respect to the solutes carried in the fluid.
(iii) Regulation of ion concentrations: The kidneys are responsible for maintaining relatively constant levels of key ions including sodium, potassium and calcium.
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(2a)
Tabulate:
Substance; Oxygen, Carbon(IV)oxide, Urea, Hormones, Digested food and Heat

From; Lungs, Body tissue, Liver, Endocrine gland, Small intestine and Liver/muscle

To; whole body, Lungs, Kidney, Organs and tissues, Blood stream and Skin

(2b)
(i) Red blood cells
(ii) White blood cells
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(3ai)
Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

(3aii)
Sternal depression

(3aiii)
(i) Cardiac arrest
(ii) Near-drowning incidents
(iii) Suffocation
(iv) Heart attack

(3aiv)
The objective is to restore partial flow of oxygenated blood to the brain and heart

(3b)
(i) Cataract
(ii) Glaucoma
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(4a)
A – Pelvic Bone
B – Femur
C – Quadriceps Muscle
D – Tibia
E – Patella
F – Fibular

(4b)
Flexion, Extension, Abduction, Adduction, Lateral rotation, medial rotation.

(4c) Extension, Flexion, Lateral rotation and medial rotation.

(4bi) Flexion, Extension, Abduction, Adduction, Lateral rotation ,medial rotation.

(4bii) Extension, Flexion, Lateral rotation and medial rotation.

(4c) The femur bone
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(5a)
immunity is the capability of multicellular organisms to resist harmful microorganisms

(5ai)
(i)Don’t smoke.
(ii)Eat a diet high in fruits and vegetables.
(iii)Exercise regularly.
(iv)Maintain a healthy weight.
(v)If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation.

(5b)
(i)Innate immunity: Everyone is born with innate (or natural) immunity, a type of general protection.
(ii) Adaptive immunity: Adaptive (or active) immunity develops throughout our lives.

(5c)
[In a tabular form]
MITOSIS.
(i)Mitosis and meiosis are nuclear division processes that occur during cell division.
(ii)Mitosis involves the division of body cells, while meiosis involves the division of sex cells.
(iii)The division of a cell occurs once in mitosis but twice in meiosis.
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(6a)
(i)water
(ii)food
(iii)medicines

(6b)
(i)Outer ear; the tragus
(ii) middle ear; the Ossicles
(iii)inner ear; the Cochlea

(6c)
Dental Formula is a method used for describing the number and arrangement of teeth in both humans and animals.

(6cii)
Canines; for tearing apart food.
Molar; To grind, tear, and crush food.
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7a)
(i)Keep a positive attitude.
(ii)Accept that there are events that you cannot control.
(iii)Be assertive instead of aggressive.
(iv)Learn and practice relaxation techniques; try meditation, yoga, or tai-chi for stress management.

(7b)
ophthalmologist

(7c)
(i)Lots of bibs.
(ii)Burp cloths.
(iii)Breast pump.

(7d)
(i)National Emergency Management Agency (Nigeria) (NEMA)
(ii) National Orientation Agency (NOA)
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(8ai)
Geratology is this study of aging and older adults

(8aii)
(i) level of mobility
(ii) Decline in Hygiene
(iii) Unusual New behavior

(8b)
(i) Improve Patient Engagement
(ii) Help to Ensure Patient Information is Available

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(1ai)
A population is the number of organisms of the same species that live in a particular geographic area at the same time, with the capability of interbreeding.

(1aii)
(i)Lack of knowledge about family planning; Illiteracy, strict customs and lack of knowledge on how to prevent pregnancy or build the right family efficiently influence the population.

(ii)Health; Nigeria belongs to those countries, for which problems of Malaria and AIDs are rather common. In some way, families struggle to surviving.

(iii)Biological; This category is defined by the ratio between human average age and the number of children coming to replace the next generation.

(iv)Political; The government doesn’t provide enough facilities to control the number of people. The population keeps growing, even despite special programs that were developed to make people aware about family planning.

(1bi)
Family planning; is the services are “educational, comprehensive medical or social activities which enable individuals, including minors, to determine the number and spacing of their children freely and to select how this may be achieved.

(1bii)
(i)Birth Control Implant
(ii)Birth Control Sponge
(iii)Condom
(iv)Pills

(1ci)
(i)Breast “buds” continue to grow and expand.
(ii)Pubic hair gets thicker and curlier.
(iii)Hair starts forming under the armpits.
(iv)The first signs of acne may appear on the face and back.

(1cii)
(i)Ball and socket joint
(ii)Hinge joint.
(iii)Condyloid joint.
(iv)Pivot joint.
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(2ai)
A balanced diet gives your body the nutrients it needs to function correctly. To get the nutrition you need, most of your daily calories should come from: fresh fruits

(2aii)
Food preparation:
(i)Baking.
(ii)Broiling.
(iii)Frying.
(iv)Microwaving.

Food presavation:
(i)drying
(ii)storage in vinegar under acidic condition
(iii)canning
(iv)freezing,
(v)fermenting

(2aiii)
FOOD PREPARATION
would be things such as marinating your chicken, slicing, dicing, julienning (is that a word?) anything that does not involve actually cooking the food

COOKING
Cooking techniques would be something such as roasting, searing, poaching, anything that relates to actually cooking the food.

(2b)
(i)The large intestine: absorbing water and electrolytes

(ii)Liver: Production of bile, which helps carry away waste and break down fats in the small intestine during digestion

(iii) Stomach: The stomach is a hollow organ, or “container,” that holds food while it is being mixed with stomach enzymes

(2c)
Antenatal care is : the routine health control of presumed healthy pregant women without symptoms (screeening), in order to diagnose diseases or complicating obstetric conditions without symptoms, and to provide information about lifestyle, pregnancy and delivery.
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3a)
i)Causative Organisims:
A bacterium called Vibrio cholerae causes cholera infection. The deadly effects of the disease are the result of a toxin the bact eria produces in the small intestine

ii)One mode of transmission of cholerae
Transmission occurs through the ingestion of contaminated water or food. Sudden large outbreaks are usually caused by a contaminated water supply. Outbreaks and endemic and sporadic cases are often attributed to raw or undercooked seafood.

iii) Two symptoms of cholera:
(i)Diarrhea. Cholera-related diarrhea comes on suddenly and can quickly cause dangerous fluid loss — as much as a quart (about 1 liter) an hour.
(ii)Nausea and vomiting. Vomiting occurs especially in the early stages of cholera and can last for hours.
Dehydration.

iv) Two preventive measures of Cholera
(i)Use latrines or bury your feces (poop); do not defecate in any body of water.
(ii)Cook food well (especially seafood), keep it covered, eat it hot, and peel fruits and vegetables

3b)
respiration is the movement of oxygen from the outside environment to the cells within tissues, and the transport of carbon dioxide in the opposite direction.
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(4ai)
Heredity can be defined as the passing on of traits from parents to their offspring; either through asexual reproduction or sexual reproduction, the offspring cells or organisms acquire the genetic information of their parents.

(4aii) Deoxyribonucleic acid

(4aiii) Diploid cells have two sets of chromosomes. It is formed by the fusion of two haploid cells.
Example : Somatic cells
While
Haploid cells contain only one set of chromosomes. Gametes or sex cells are the most common type of haploid cells.
Example : Gametes

(4bi)
Responsibility of father
-Providing for the family.
-Maintaining a healthy marriage

Responsibility of mother
– She cooks for the family
– She assists the father financially

Responsibility of the children
– They run errand for their parents
– They do the house chores

(4bii)
Puberty cab be defined as the stage of being capable of reproducing sexually that is brought on by the production of sex hormones and the maturing of the reproductive organs (such as the testes and ovaries).

(4ci)
A first aider is someone who is qualified to give first aid treatment in the event of an injury or illness.

(4cii)
– A good first aider is prompt and quick
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(5ai)
psychological dependence is generally meant to describe the emotional and mental processes that are associated with the development of, and recovery from, a substance use disorder or process addiction.

(5aii)
Physiological drug dependence is characterized by the body relying on an external (exogenous) source of a chemical substance to prevent withdrawal.

(5aiii)
Alcoholism is the inability to control drinking due to both a physical and emotional dependence on alcohol.

(5b)
(i)anesthetics
(ii)analgesics
(iii)anticonvulsant

(5ci)
(i)No pulse
(ii)body is going to look pale
(iii)dilated eyes
(iv)cold

(5cii)
-Sewage disposal-
(i)Treatment plants
(ii)Sewage lagoons

-Refuse disposal-
(i)Burning
(ii)Recycling

(5di)
National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control

(5dii)
National Drug Law Enforcement Agency

(5diii)
Corona virus disease

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