JSS 1 EXAMS QUESTIONS THIRD TERM AGRIC

JSS 1 AGRIC

1. The basic necessities of life includes the following except?

(a) clothing (b) shelter (c) education (d) food

2. Which of the following stages of agriculture did early man practice? (a) subsistence

(b) Commercial (c) Hunting and gathering (d) Monoculture.

3. “ager” means ____ and “cultura” means ____ (a) field, cultivate (b) cultivate, field

(c) tilling, sowing (d) planting, tilling

4. “ager” and “cultura” are ____ words (a)yoruba (b) latin (c) greek(d) chinese

5. The following are export crops expect (a) cocoa (b) groundnut (c) coffee (d) apple

(c) researching (d) tailoring

6. Fibre is the raw material for ____ industries (a) drugs (b) food (c) beverages

(d) textile

7. Which of the following industries makes use of agricultural products? (a)Mining

(b) Transport (c) Beverage (d) Automobile

8 Thekind of Agriculture in which farmers produce enough to feed himselfand excess is sold is called ____ A. Subsistence Agriculture B. Mixed Farming C. Crop rotation D. Commercial Agriculture.

9. Which one of these tools did the early man use for his hunting expedition?

(a) Harvester (b) Bomb (c) Gun (d) Sticks

10 The early man gathered the following for food except ………..

(a) fruits (b) trees (c) nuts (d) leaves

11 Which one of these tools did the early man use for his hunting expedition?

(a) Harvester (b) Bomb (c) Gun (d) Sticks

12 Banana and plantain originated from ……………..

(a) U.S.A. (b) Ghana (c) Asia (d) India

13. Groundnut and cocoa were brought to Nigeria from ………….. by …………….

(a) U.S.A.; tourists (b) U.S.A.; traders (c) Asia; tourists (d) Asia; traders

14. The idea of modern day Agricultural practice came from ………………

(a) the idea of too many animals around (b) the idea of germinating seeds that were dropped by man (c) the idea of rivers and streams (d) the idea of sunshine

  1. The area of agriculture that deals with the business aspects and development is otherwise known as (a) agricultural economics (b) agriculture finance (c) agriculture business (d) agriculture marketing.
  2. The area of agriculture that concerns the repairs and fabrication of different simple and heavy machine is called (a) agriculture Engineering (b) agriculture repairer (c) agriculture mechanic (d) machine fabricator
  3. The study of composition of the soil is …………… A. Soil science B. Crop science C. Animal science D. Medicine
  4. The personnel concerned with the teaching of local farmers the improved modernmethods of agriculture is called ____ (a) Extension Agent (b) Agriculture Teacher (c) Farmers

Teacher (d)Extension Activist.

  1. The following are methods of disseminating new ideal to local farmers except ____
    1. phoning (b) mass media (c) individual method (d) group method.
  2. Which of the following is an oil crop? A. Cocoa, coffee, kola B. Coconut, pineapple, pear C. Onion, amarathus, cucumber D. Coconut, groundnut, cotton
  3. All the following are careers in Agriculture except A. Horticulture B. Mining C. Crop Farming D. Fish Farming
  4. Career opportunities in Agric means A. farm settlement B. Farm administration C. Opportunities of going to school D. Chances available for school leavers in the field of agriculture.
  5. Which of the following groups are crops of the same family? A. Yam, cocoyam, cassava, potatoes, cabbage B. Rice, maize, millet, guinea corn, barley C. Orange, ginger, pineapple, pawpaw, cashew D. Amarathus, spinach, onion, barley.
  6. Aquatic organisms are the major source of A. starch B. protein C. Fat D. Vitamin.
  7. Thekind of Agriculture in which farmers produce enough to feed himself and excess is sold is called? A. Subsistence Agriculture B. Mixed Farming C. Crop rotation D. Commercial Agriculture.
  8. Commercial farming is ____ intensive. A. capital B. Labour C. Raw materials D. farm
  9. Subsistence Farming involves the cultivation of a ____ piece of land. A. small B. large C.Sizable D. workable
  10. Which of the following is Not a characteristic of subsistence farming? A. It is practiced by peasant farmers B. Large land area is cultivated C. Family labour is used
  11. Only ____ farmers can be involved in commercial farming A. poor B. powerful C.rich D. strong
  12. Fishes can be preserved by the following except ____ A. freezing B. smoking C. wind drying D. salting
  13. The type of crop farming which involves growing of crops in one area for two or three years and then move to another area to farm is called A. Mixed farming B. Mixed cropping C. Shifting cultivation D. Taungya farming
  14. Cultivation and management of crop is ____ A. Animal Science B. Soil Science C. Crop Science D. Surgery
  15. The type of farming which involves the growing of crops and planting of trees at the same time is known as A. Mixed cropping B. Livestock farming C. Crop rotation D.Taungya farming
  16. Young fishes used in breeding adult fishes are called ____ A. Fingerlings b. Prey C. Ray D. Shark
  17. Dicotyledonous plants have ___ (a) One cotyledons (b) two cotyledons (c) three cotyledons (d) four cotyledons
  18. The following are example of dicot plants except

(a) cowpea (b) groundnut (c) soybeans (d) Maize.

  1. Which of these crops is not an annual crop? (a) cotton (b) cowpea (c) cocoa (d) orange
  2. The leave of tomato plant possesses what type of venation (a) parallel (b) Net (c) vertical (d) cross.
  3. Crops that complete their life cycle in more than two years are called _________

(a) Perennials (b) Biennials (c) Annuals (d) Decennial

THEORY A

  1. Write short notes on any two of the following
      1. Animal science.
      2. Fishery.
      3. Forestry.
  2. State five importance of agriculture.

THEORY B

    1. State and define any five branches of Agriculture.
    2. Differentiate between Crop Science and Animal science.

THEORY C

1. List out any five kinds of food the early man fed on.

2. State any two: a) tools used by the early man for hunting expedition,

b) sources of his shelter, and

c) sources of his clothing.

THEORY D

  1. What do you understand by the term ‘Agriculture’?
  2. State eight importance of Agriculture.

THEORY E

  1. What do you understand by the term ‘Agriculture’?
  2. State four importance of Agriculture.

 

 

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