Agricultural Science

Scheme of Work, Agricultural Science, SS1, Second Term

len Alfred Ajibola - Tue, 31st December, 2019 @ 17:18

Topics in Agricultural Science

Prevention and Control of Crop Pests Economic Importance of Crop Pests Classification of Insect Pests and their Economic Importance Agricultural Machines and their Uses Soil Erosion: Causes of Soil Erosion Ways to prevent Soil Erosion Asexual Propagation in Plants, Types and Examples Differences between Gymnosperms and Angiosperms Scheme of Work, Agricultural Science, SS1, First Term Scheme of Work, Agricultural Science, SS1, Second Term Scheme of Work, Agricultural Science, SS1, Third Term Len Academy Agric Science exam questions, JSS1, First Term Len Academy Agric Science exam questions, JSS1, First Term, part 2 Agriculture Terms - Definitions and Meanings of Agricutural Terms (P - Q) Agricultural Terms: Definition and Meanings of Agricultural Terms (P and Q), part 2 Len Academy questions for Agric Science JSS1, 2nd Term Len Academy questions for Agric Science JSS1, 2nd Term, Part 2 Roles of Government in Agriculture Agricultural pest and Crops attacked Agriculture Terms - Definitions and Meanings of Agricutural Terms (I - O)


Academic Questions in Agricultural Science

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Which of the following is an example of oil crop?

  • A. Melon

  • B. Rubber

  • C. Flax

  • D. Moringa

  • E. Ginger

  • F. Coffee

Concerning crops and plants, which of the following statement is incorrect?

  • A. All plants are not crops

  • B. All crops are plants

  • C. Cactus can be a crop

  • D. Corpse flower is not a plant

  • E. Venus flytrap is not a crop

  • F. All the options are correct

Which of the following is not a problem associated with agriculture?

  • A. Superfluous research facilities

  • B. Poor road network

  • C. Illiteracy

  • D. Lack of storage facilities

  • E. Limited mechanized farming

  • F. Bad government policies

Mallet - Len Academy

The above image is a _____.

  • A. Hammer

  • B. Crowbar

  • C. Shear

  • D. Secateur

  • E. Bolo

  • F. Mallet

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The agricultural tool shown in the image (above) is used for the followings except _____.

  • A. For cutting tree branches, weeds, and other plant materials in farmland

  • B. To remove dirts from the top soil

  • C. For harvesting crops like sugarcane

  • D. To clear bushes

  • E. For planting crops like melon

  • F. To dig superficial holes for the planting of seeds

Which of the following statement is false concerning soil erosion?

  • A. The top soil is moved from one point to another

  • B. Man is an agent that bring about soil erosion

  • C. Wind and water are natural agents of soil erosion

  • D. Sheet erosion is said to occur when the surface of a land is eroded at an unequal levels

  • E. Deforestation will increase the likehood of wind erosion

  • F. Rill erosion results in the formation of miniature dongas on land

Gully erosion - Len Academy

The above diagram shows a _____ erosion.

  • A. Wind

  • B. Sheet

  • C. Rill

  • D. Gully

  • E. Landslide

  • F. Crooked

An instance of farming whereby a farmer uses animal and green manure as fertilizers in place of chemicals like NPK is termed _____.

  • A. Reformative farming

  • B. Alternative farming

  • C. Crude farming

  • D. Retrogressive farming

  • E. Non-Chemical farming

  • F. Agro-farming

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Agric Science Scheme of Work, SS1, 2nd Term:

 

WEEK 1

Topic: Anatomy and Physiology
  • Meaning of Anatomy and Physiology
  • Systems of the body:
    Digestive (Monogastric and Ruminant)
    Reproductive System

 

WEEK 2

Topic: Systems of the Body of Farm Animals
  • Circulatory System
  • Respiratory System
  • Nervous System

 

WEEK 3

Topic: Reproduction in Farm Animals
  • Oestrus Cycle with emphasis on Heat Period
  • Mating in Farm Animals
  • Gestation Period
  • Parturition
  • Lactation and Colostrums

 

WEEK 4

Topic: Egg Formation in Poultry
  • Method of Propagation
  • Processes of egg formation in poultry

 

WEEK 5

Topic: Role of Hormones in Reproduction
  • The role of Hormones in Reproduction

 

WEEK 6

Topic: Livestock Management
  • Livestock Management Techniques:
    -> Good Housing
    -> Feeding

See LEN ACADEMY Examination Questions on Agric Science, JSS1, 2nd Term here.

 

WEEK 7

Topic: Livestock Management
  • Livestock Management Techniques:
    -> Hygiene
    -> Fishing

Please read on what Students are expected to Know in various Subjects here.

 

WEEK 8

Topic: Husbandry of Pulses (Groundnut, Cowpea)
  • Method of Propagation
  • Climatic and Soil Requirements
  • Pre-planting and Planting Operations
  • Manuring and Fertilizer Requirements
  • Harvesting, Processing and Storage

Please read on Plant Propagation and Methods of Plant Propagation here.

 

WEEK 9

Topic: Husbandry of Fibre Crops e.g. Cotton
  • Method of Propagation
  • Climatic and Soil Requirements
  • Pre-planting and Planting Operations
  • Manuring and Fertilizer Requirements
  • Harvesting, Processing and Storage of Fibre

 

WEEK 10

Topic: Rock Formation
  • Definition of Rocks
  • Climatic and Soil Requirements
  • Rock types:
    -> Igneous Rock
    -> Sedimentary Rock
    -> Metamorphic Rock
  • Rock Formation Processes/Soil Formation

Please read on Rocks, Types of Rock, Characteristics and Examples of Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic Rocks here.

 

WEEK 11

Topic: Identification of Rocks
  • Identification of the various Rock Types

 

WEEK 12

Topic: Revision

 

WEEK 13

Topic: Examinations

 

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Read Agric Science Scheme of Work for Third Term here

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Amazing facts in Agricultural Science

🥜 Peanuts 🥜 are legumes and not nuts

Although plants neither see nor hear, they can recognize their siblings and even give them preferential treatments 🤔

Squirrels do plant more 🌲 trees 🌲 (through their actions) than an average human in their lifetime. They often hide their acorns and nuts underground and forget about them 😁

🐄 Cows 🐄 have got the ability to walk up stairs, but not down stairs

A group of cows 🐄 🐄 🐄  is called a team, drove or herd.

People just prefer to call them herd


NOTABLE POINTS IN Agricultural Science

Below are some common types of erosion:

  • Water Erosion: It is caused by rainfall and flooding on the topsoil. As a result of water erosion, some layers of the topsoil are lost.

  • Sheet Erosion: When an entire surface of land becomes eroded at a uniform (equal) level, such is referred to as sheet erosion.

    Sheet Erosion - Len Academy

  • Wind Erosion: It results from the actions of wind on a bare land. Wind erosion is often seen in deserts. Overgrazing and lack of vegetation cover will also enhance wind erosion on topsoil.

​​​Please read more on types of soil erosion here.

Soil erosion is defined as a process through which the topsoil is removed or moved from one point to another by agents like wind, water, man and animals.

Soil erosion occurs naturally (wind and water) and may also be facilitated by living organisms.

Soil erosion is more likely to occur on a sloppy land and land with no vegetation cover. When this occurs, the nutrient rich layer of the topsoil is washed away; and this ultimately results in fewer plants growing on such eroded soil.

Please read more on soil erosion here

There are about 630 different kinds of carnivorous plants.

Carnivorous plants are plants that derive some or most of their nutrients by consuming small animals, especially insects.

Carnivorous plants are also referred to as insectivorous plants.

Some example of carnivorous plants include sundew and Venus flytrap.

Please read more on Carnivorous Plants here