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I - Duct
II - Testis
III - Penis
VI - Seminal Viscule
V - Penis coat
IV - Epididymis
Duct: It moves the sperm cell from testis to penis.
Testis: It helps to store the sperm cells or spermatozoa.
Penis: It is used to introduce the sperm cell into the female.
Seminal Viscule: It helps to form a fluid in which the sperm cells can move.
Penis coat: It protects the penis
Epididymis: It transports and stores sperm cells that are produced in the testes
(i) Duct will be cut.
(ii) The epididymis will be removed.
I - Grasshopper
II - Weevil
III - Cotton stainer
I - Grasshopper exhibits incomplete metamorphosis that is Egg-nymph-adult
(i) Transmission of diseases which are harmful to crops.
(ii) It means to stunted growth of plants.
(iii) It leads to yellowing of leaves due to the absence of micro nutrients like phosphorous
(iv) It leads to death of plants
(i) Setting traps like funnel entrance traps with trigger mechanism
(ii) Use of avicides
(iii) Use of fenced traps
(iv) Use of poison baits
Area of farmland = 1/2(70+90)40
The spacing will take an area of 4Ã—4 = 16cm²
The number of banana plants in the farmland =
Total area of farmland/Area taken by each banana
I - Raging pole
II - Survey Pin
Uses of I:
(i) For mark out area to be measured
(ii) It guides the surveyor
Uses of II:
(i) For marking out chain length as measured
(ii) For making out areas that are not straight
(i) Rub oil on the metal surface before storage
(ii) Store in a dry place
To determine the water content of the soil sample.
I - Crucible.
II - Soil sample.
III - Retort stand
IV - Bunsen burner
Water of dry sand = weight of sand and container - weight of container
= 80g - 35g
Weight of water lost = original weight of sand and container - final weight
= 95g - 80g
Percentage of water lost
= 15/80 x 100/1
(i) Capillary water
(ii) Hygroscopic water
(iii) Gravitational water
The basic requirements for collection of original certification is the verification of the candidate original O level result. Neck stand for national examination council and the original neck result is always available after 4 years.
The answer is yes. NECO can be used to study abroad but not all schools abroad accept it. ... First of all, an applicant with a NECO result must sit for a proficiency English language exam such as GRE, IELTS, SAT, ACT, PSAT, TOEFL, GMAT, and the likes.
NECO seems less difficult compared to WAEC but not also easy to make A's.
Similar to WAEC, your National Examination Council (NECO) result (certificate) is valid for life. It doesn't have any expiry date. That is, for as long as you live, you can use your NECO result to gain admission into the university and seek employment where applicable.
NECO registration form 2020 price is Eleven Thousand , Three Hundred And Fifty Naira Only (N11,350) Nine Thousand, Eight Hundred And Fifty Naira Only (N9,850) following the reduction of JAMB UTME form price and NECO form price in 2018.
We released SSCE results in 43 days ? NECO. The National Examinations Council has said it released the last Senior Secondary Certificate Examination results in 43 days.
Why Waec Gce is Far better than Neco Gce. ... 2: Grading: The marking scheme of Neco is totally different from that of Waec Gce and mostly students prefer writing Waec gce than that of Neco , Have you heard about C Parallel slogan, Student now call some board Exam Parallel Examination.
The following are the approved fees for the examination and other related items: Registration fees ? 4,000.00 Naira (Mandatory fee) Late Registration ? 1,000.00 Naira per candidate ? (Mandatory fee) Re-Sit Exam ? 1,000.00 Naira per copy.
Reasons Why NECO Result is Accepted for Study in Canada. You sure read that correctly, NECO result is accepted for study in Canada if you did't know. And if you already know this, you definitely would have been surprised when you read the caption since NECO is a Nigerian examination.
National Examinations Council, otherwise known as NECO, is a national examination body established by the Nigerian government to conduct examinations. Unlike WAEC, NECO is a national examination body vested with the responsibility to oversee specified exams only in Nigeria.