Berry List of Biology Experiments (PEKA) Form 5 (Part 2)

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The following list of PEKA experiments for SPM Biology Form 5 from Berry Berry Easy shows all the important information that you need to know regarding the experiment before conducting it, such as page number on the textbook, title, aim/objective of study, problem statement, hypothesis, variables, materials, apparatus and technique used. So, it is highly encouraged that students read all of these experiments from Chapter 2: Locomotion and Support conducting the experiments so as to be better prepared. So do read this post.

Berry List of Biology Experiments (PEKA) Form 5 (Part 2)

PEKA SPM Biology Chapter 2 Form 5

Chapter 2 – Locomotion and Support

List of PEKA experiment:

  1. Observing and studying a model of the human skeleton
  2. Observing a chicken wing to note the position and nature of muscles, ligaments and tendons
  3. Observing the mechanism of locomotion in an earthworm, a grasshopper and a fish
  4. Ways to care our musculoskeletal system
  5. Studying how to support is achieved in floating aquatic plants
  6. Studying how support is achieved in a herbaceous plant
  7. Studying cross sections of old stems to identify tissues that help in support
Number Activity 2.1 (Observation)
Pg. 31
Title Observing and studying a model of the human skeleton
Aim / Objective of the Study To observe and study a model of the human skeleton
Material
  • Model of a human skeleton
  • Computer software
  • Chart

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Number Activity 2.2 (Observation)
Pg. 33
Title Observing a chicken wing to note the position and nature of muscles, ligaments and tendons
Aim / Objective of the Study To observe a chicken wing to note the position and nature of muscles, ligaments and tendons.
Material
  • Chicken win, paper towel, alcohol and latex gloves
Apparatus
  • Dissection tools

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Number Activity 2.3 (Observation)
Pg. 38
Title Observing the mechanism of locomotion in an earthworm, a grasshopper and a fish
Aim / Objective of the Study To observe the mechanism of locomotion in an earthworm, a grasshopper and a fish
Material
  • Paper towel
  • Earthworms in a plastic container
  • A grasshopper in a plastic container
  • A fish in an aquarium
Apparatus
  • Hand lens
  • Dissection tray
Technique used Observe and study the mechanism of locomotion in an animal

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Number Activity 2.4 (Observation)
Pg. 40
Title Ways to care our musculoskeletal system
Aim / Objective of the Study To practise ways to care for the musculoskeletal system
Material
  • Printed materials
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines
  • The Internet

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Number Activity 2.5 (Observation)
Pg. 44
Title Studying how to support is achieved in floating aquatic plants
Aim / Objective of the Study To study how to support is achieved in floating aquatic plants
Material
  • Water hyacinth (Eichornia crassipes)
Apparatus
  • Beaker (1000 ml)
  • Sharp knife
  • Cutting board
  • Hand lens
Technique used Observe and study the adaptations for support in a floating aquatic plant.

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Number Activity 2.6 (Observation)
Pg. 45
Title Studying how support is achieved in a herbaceous plant
Aim / Objective of the Study To study how support is achieved in a herbaceous plant
Material
  • Balsam plants
Apparatus
  • Microscope
  • Microscope slide
  • Cover slip
  • Sharp knife
  • Cutting board
Technique used Study and observe the support in terrestrial plants.

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Number Activity 2.7 (Observation)
Pg. 46
Title Studying cross sections of old stems to identify tissues that help in support
Aim / Objective of the Study To study cross sections of old stems to identify tissues that help in support
Material
  • Prepared slides / photomicrographs of old stems (Tilia sp.)
Apparatus
  • Micoscope

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