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SS2 Biology Third Term: Food Shortage

Introduction In all habitats, producers provide the food that support all consumers either directly or indirectly. In a well established habitat, population sizes of the various species are adjusted to the quantity of food that is available in the habitat. Certain factors can, however decrease the food supply to the habitat causing food storage. Causes [...]

JSS2 Agricultural Science Third Term: Crop Plant Diseases

Topic: Crop Plant Diseases Generally disease can be defined as an infection or unfavourable condition caused by living organisms (pathogens) or non-living things expressed in characteristic conditions known as symptoms and harmful to the organism or its parts or it may simply reduce the market value. Plant Disease A plant disease may be defined as [...]

JSS1 Agricultural Science Third Term: Mixed Farming

Topic: Mixed Farming Content Meaning of Mixed Farming Advantages of Mixed Farming Disadvantages of Mixed Farming Mixed farming is an agricultural system in which a farmer conducts different agricultural practice together, such as cash crops and livestock. When on a farm along-with crop production, some other agriculture based practice like poultry, dairy farming or bee [...]

SS3 Civic Education: Revision – Democracy

Topic: Democracy Content Meaning and Characteristics of Democracy Types of Democracy Importance of Democracy Problems of Democracy Meaning of Democracy According to Abraham Lincoln, democracy is the government of the people, by the people and for the people. This is the system of government in which people exercise their political power through periodic election of [...]

SS2 Financial Accounting Third Term: Purchase of Business- Format Preparation of new Business Account

Introduction Purchase of business is the process of acquisition of old business by a company. Promoters can acquire a business and sell it to another company at a profit. The persons who sells the business is another company is called the “vendor”. The money paid by the purchaser is called “purchase price”, the purchase of [...]

SS2 Biology Third Term: Forest Habitats

Introduction A forest is an extensive community of plants dominated by tall trees. These trees are of different species and height. The distribution of forest is mainly determined by climate especially rainfall and temperature. The rain forest is the dominant forest in Nigeria. Characteristics of the Rain Forest Presence of broad leaves: Most trees in [...]

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SS2 Chemistry Third Term: Saturated Hydrocarbons- Alkanes

Saturated Hydrocarbons – Alkanes The alkanes are aliphatic hydrocarbons. They form a homologous series of saturated hydrocarbons which can be represented by the general molecular formula CnH2n+2. In each alkane number, all the carbon atoms are tetrahedrally bonded to the hydrogen and other carbon atoms. These hydrocarbons  contain only C-C single bonds in their molecules [...]

JSS2 Basic Technology Third Term – Transmission of Electricity

JSS 2 BASIC TECH THIRD TERM Week 6 Topic: TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRICITY INTRODUCTION When electricity is supplied to various consumers, e.g. domestic and industrial premises, it is said to be distributed. All distribution in Nigeria are carried out with Alternating Current (AC) system. The following (AC) supply systems are available by the Power Holding [...]

JSS2 Computer Science Third Term: Computer Ethics II

Introduction The Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics were created in 1992 by the Computer Ethics Institute. The Ten Commandments is “a set of standards to guide and instruct people in the ethical use of computers.” Thou shalt not use a computer to harm other people. Thou shalt not interfere with other people’s computer work. Thou [...]

SS1 Biology Third Term – Functioning Ecosystem

Biology SS 1 Third Term Week 7 Topic: Functioning Ecosystem Introduction An ecosystem is a basic functioning unit in nature. It is made up of living organisms (plants and animals) and their non-living environment. The biotic or living components such as the producers and consumers interact in their environment resulting in the ecosystem being a [...]

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