1. Study carefully Specimens A and B and use them to answer Questions 1(a.) to 1(c).
(a.) Name the types of Fruit in Specimens A and B with reasons.
(ii.) Make a Drawing 8 - 100 cm long of the Lateral View of Specimens B and label fully.
(b.) Describe the Modes of Dispersal of Specimen A and B.c.
(c.) In tabular form, State Five Differences Between Specimens A and B.
2. Study Carefully Specimens C, D and E abduction use them to answer Questions 2 (a.) to 2(c.).
(a.) (i) State the Mode of Nutrition of Specimen D.
(ii.) State One Way by Which Each of the Specimen C, D and E is of economic importance.
3. (i) Classify Specimen C, D and E into their Phyla and Classes.
(ii.) List three Observable characteristic Features of each of the Classes to Which Specimen C, D and D belong.
(iii.) In a tabular form, State two observable Differences Between Specimens C and D.
(c.) List Four observable features of Specimen E that are Sensory in Nature.