Agricultural Science

Len Academy Agricultural Science midterm questions for JSS1, 2nd term

len Alfred Ajibola - 08th February, 2024 @ 08:17 AM

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Academic Questions in Agricultural Science

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The ideal pH for the optimum growth of most agricultural crop is between _____.

  • A. 1 – 3.5

  • B. 4 – 5.5

  • C. 6 – 7.5

  • D. 8 – 9.5

  • E. 10 – 11.5

  • F. 12 – 13.5

People who go about their lives by raising and herding livestock such as cattle, sheep and goats are said to practice _____.

  • A. Pastoralism

  • B. Pasturalism

  • C. Herding

  • D. Herdsmen

  • E. Animalism

  • F. Anime Farming

The act of giving birth in pigs is called _____.

  • A. Calving

  • B. Piggery

  • C. Kidding

  • D. Farrowing

  • E. Calfing

  • F. Pigging

Which of the following is not a vegetable?

  • A. Cashew

  • B. Cocumber

  • C. Tomatoes

  • D. Carrot

  • E. Squash

  • F. Eggplant

All plants are crops.

  • A. True

  • B. False

In agriculture, macronutrients are essential nutrients required by plants. Which of the following is not a macronutrient?

  • A. Zinc

  • B. Sulphur

  • C. Calcium

  • D. Phosphorus

  • E. Potassium

  • F. Magnesium

Which of the following is false concerning micronutrients?

  • A. They are non-essential nutrients

  • B. They are required by plants in minute quantities

  • C. Iron is a micronutrient

  • D. Chlorine is a micronutrient

  • E. Copper is a micronutrient

  • F. Boron is a micronutrient

_____ is a term that describes the biological, chemical and cultural control tactics employed to make pest management economical, environmentally friendly and socially acceptable.

  • A. Integrated Pest Management

  • B. Integral Pest Management

  • C. International Pest Management

  • D. Inclusive Pest Management

  • E. Imbibed Pest Management

  • F. Inclusion Pest Management



Agric Science midterm questions for JSS1, 2nd term:

1. Which of the following is not a farm animal?

  • A. Bee

  • B. Honey Badger

  • C. Snail

  • D. Rabbit

 

2. Which of the following is not a raw material from farm animals?

  • A. Cotton

  • B. Oil

  • C. Hides

  • D. Fats

 

3. Manures made from the droppings of farm animals are _____.

  • A. Organic

  • B. Inorganic

  • C. Mineral

  • D. Mineral and Inorganic

 

4. Which of the following farm animal isn't a beast of burden?

  • A. Donkey

  • B. Camels

  • C. Domestic Goats

  • D. Horses

 

5. The following are characteristics of birds except the _____.

  • A. Presence of feathers

  • B. Presence of scales

  • C. Presense of complex stomach

  • D. Presence of beak

 

6. Which of the following cattle is found in southern Nigeria?

  • A. Muturu

  • B. Sokoto Gudali

  • C. Ralaji

  • D. Red Bororo

 

7. An adult male cattle is called a _____.

  • A. Cow

  • B. Bull

  • C. Buck

  • D. Heifer

 

8. The young of a goat is called _____.

  • A. Buck

  • B. Kid

  • C. Gilt

  • D. Sow

 

9. An adult female rabbit is called a _____.

  • A. Buck

  • B. Kid

  • C. Gilt

  • D. Sow

 

10. Which of the following is not a poultry bird?

  • A. Eagle

  • B. Pigeon

  • C. Quail

  • D. Duck

 

11. Which of the following isn't a type of goat?

  • A. Kano brown goat

  • B. Sokoto red goat

  • C. Bornu white goat

  • D. Kaduna ash goat

 

12. The meat of a goat is termed a _____.

  • A. Goatee

  • B. Billy

  • C. Mutton

  • D. Gilt

 

13. Which of the following isn't a reason for keeping farm animals?

  • A. For religious purposes

  • B. For recreation and sports

  • C. For austerity measures

  • D. For raw materials

 

14. Which of the following cattle is not humped?

  • A. Muturu

  • B. Sokoto Gudali

  • C. Red Bororo

  • D. White Fulani

 

15. Farm animals that live in water are said to be _____.

  • A. Terrestrial and Arid

  • B. Aquatic

  • C. Watery

  • D. Tropical

 

16. Conjugated estrogen can be derived from the urine of _____ farm animal.

  • A. Pigs

  • B. Cattle

  • C. Horse

  • D. Goat

 

17. Rabbits are reared for the following except _____.

  • A. Egg

  • B. Skin

  • C. Fur

  • D. Meat

 

18. A group of sheep is called a _____.

  • A. Herd

  • B. Flock

  • C. Lard

  • D. Litter

 

19. A castrated male cork is called a _____.

  • A. Steer

  • B. Wether

  • C. Hog

  • D. Capon

 

20. Which of the following isn't an example of vegetable crop?

  • A. Pumpkin

  • B. Moringa

  • C. Okra

  • D. Carrot

 

21. Crops that complete there growing season within one year are termed as _____.

  • A. Annuals 

  • B. Biennuals

  • C. Perennials

  • D. Periodic

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Amazing facts in Agricultural Science

Cows technically have one stomach, not four. However, a cow's stomach has four compartments. These are: rumen, reticulum, omasum and abomasum

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 characteristics of gymnosperms:

  1. Their seeds have cones that protect them.

  2. Sepals and petals aren't present in their cones.

  3. Stigma and style are absent.

  4. They do not produce fruits. Only seeds are formed.

  5. Companion cells are absent.

  6. Sporophyll form the cones.

  7. Anther and filament are absent.

  8. The ovules are not present in the ovary.

  9. Gymnosperms do not possess flowers.

  10. Please read on the anatomical differences between gymnosperms and angiosperms here

The flower is the reproductive organ in plants' sexual reproduction. In order to achieve a successful sexual propagation or reproduction in plants, the floral parts of the flower are utilized.

The floral parts of a flower consists of the followings:

  1. Sepals

  2. Petals

  3. Stamen

  4. Carpel

The stamen is male portion of a plant. It consists of the anther and filament.

The carpel (or pistil) is the female portion of the plant. It consists of the stigma, style and ovary.

Please read more on plants' sexual reproduction here

An organism will be considered a pest if it does one of the followings:

  • Attack crops and eat its seeds, roots, stem, leaves and flowers. Examples are locust and grasshoppers.

  • Cause damage to stored food, fruits or other agricultural produce. Some may even urinate or deaficate on these products. Examples are rodents, cockroaches and mice.

  • Attack and kill farm animals like goats, sheep and cattle. Examples are foxes, wild cats and snakes.

  • Act as disease vectors. A vector is an organism that carries parasite and other disease causing organisms, without being affected; but when they introduce the parasites into their host, such host becomes infected with disease. Examples of vectors are rodents and mosquitoes.

    Please read more on vectors of diseases here.

Below are the classification of crops based on their uses:

  • Oil crops

  • Vegetable crops

  • Latex crops

  • Drug and Medicinal crops

  • Beverage crops

  • Fibre crops

  • Fruit crops

  • Root and Tubers

  • Legumes

  • Spices

  • Cereals

All crops are plants but not all plants are crops. Below are some instances:

  • Weeds are considered as plants, not crops.

  • Parasitic plants are not necessarily crops. Examples of parasitic plants include mistletoe, corpse flower and striga.

  • Carnivorous or insectivorous plants are not necessarily crops. Examples are sundew, venus flytrap and pitcher plant. The image below shows a carnivorous plant (venus flytrap).

Venus flytrap - Len Academy

 

Meanwhile, always understand that all crops are plants, and they are grown for food, money or something beneficial.

Please read on plants versus crops here