JSS1 Agricultural Science Examination Questions Third Term (basic 8)

JSS1 Agricultural Science Examination Questions Third Term (basic 8)

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SUBJECT: Agriculture Science


1.         Crops are classified into three classes name: Annual crop Biennial crop and perennial crops (a) false (b) trues (c) publically true (d) none of the above

2.         Crops can also be classified base on the nutritive content e.g  carbohydrate, protein, vitamin and minerals (a) (a) false (b) true (c) partially true (d) none of the above

3.         Cocoa, mango, oil palm and rubber are example of perennial crop ____(a) false (b) true (c) partially true (d) none of the above

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4.         Vegetable are good source of vitamins and minerals____ (a) false (b) true (c) partially true (d) none of the above

5.         Fat and oil is a pool source of energy (a) false  (b) true (c) partially true (d) none of the above

6.         proteins and complex molecules consisting of smaller unit called Amino acids ___(a)false (b) true (c) partially true (d) none of the above

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7.         Factors which attract the destitution of crop include climate, soils, pest and disease, economics, government policies and human factors (a) false (b) true (c) practically true (d) none of the above

8.         The two major classes of animals are ruminant   and _____ (a) livestock (b) non- livestock (c) non- ruminant cattle and sleeps

9.         Animals can also be classified base on their habitual e.g  torrential and aquatic (a) false (b) true (c) none of the above (d) practically

10.       The class of animal that lives both in water and on land are called ____ (a) amphibians (b) torrential animals (c) aquatic animal (d) Herbivores animal

11.       The factors responsible for the geographical  distribution of livestock include, availability of suitable food climate, vegetation and religious and cultural practice (a) false (b) true (c) partially true (d) non-of the above

12.       The first step to take when there is an outbreak of animals disease is ______ (a) kill all the animals (b) sell the (c) isolate the animals (d) identify

13.       A deadly disease which  restricts large scales  rearing of cattle in the forest belt of Nigeria is _____ (a) brucellosis  (b) riderpest (c) sleeping sickness (d) tuberculosis

14.       Coccoa is one of the industrial material for the  production of chocolate  drinks (a)false (b) true (c) partially true(d) none of the above

15.       Poultry dung is a very essential manure in fertilizing our farm to boost our farm produce (a) false (b) true (c) none of the above (d) partially true

16.       In poultry management batting cape system helps to prevent lost of eggs and reduces some diseases in the management and efficient control of theft associated with tree launchers (a) false (b) true (c) none of the above

17.       A dicoly ledon plant is a plant that has that has ____ seed(a) five (b) two (c) one(d) three

18.       One of the following is not a method of preserving fish   (a) Refrigeration (b) smoking

(c) cooking (d) salting

19.       The intensive system is where by fowls are kept in large houses for food (a) true (b) false

(c) partially true (d) none of the above

JSS1 Agricultural Science Examination Questions Third Term (basic 8)

20.       The feed of a poultry must have the following nutrient in the right proportion

 (a) carbohydrate (b) protein and fat (c) minerals and vitamins  (d) water (e) none of the above

21.       Animal feeds mixture which supplies primarily nutrient such as carbohydrates, protein and fat are termed (a) concentrate (b) roughage  (c) mixed feed (d) suppliements

22.       All are method of maintaining farm machine EXCEPT (a) sharpening blunt tools

(b) keeping them under shed (c) cleaning after use (d) removal of the parts

23.       The first stomach of a ruminant animal is known as ______(a) recticulum (b)  Omasium  (c) rumen (d) abomasum

24.       One of the following is NOT a method of preserving fish (a) refrigeration (b) smoking (c)cooking (d) suning

25.       All are method of preserving food and adding flavour EXCEPT (a) picking (b) salting

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26.       One of the spoilage of food is called _____(a) enzymes (b) bacterial (c) fungi (d) all of the above

Section B Theory (answer 4 questions you know)

1.         Classify crops you know base on their (a) life span (b) uses (c) nutrients supplied

2.         What is a spice crop?

2b.       Give 5 examples of spice crop you know

3.         Define the following

            (a) Annual crops

            (b) Biennial crops

            (c) Perennial crops

            (d) Give two (2) examples each

4.         Explaining the following

            (a) Coveals crops

            (b) Tuber crops

            (c) Oil crops

            (d) Spices                (e) Beverages

5.         Define poultry farming

5b.       Give the two major system poultry management

5c.       What is the economic importance of poultry farming

JSS1 Agricultural Science Examination Questions Third Term (basic 8)


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