1. _______ are very simple buildings derived to serve a purpose on the farm so that farm operations are more easily carried out.
a) Cultural structures b) farm structures c) control structures d) control housing
2. All are examples of farm structures except
a) Fish pond b) toilet c) rhombus d) silos
3. Sexual propagation is carried out by _____
a) Seeds b) vegetative organs c) all of the above d) none of the above
4. Which of the plant use sucker as a means of propagation
a) Banana b) mango c) guava d) cashew
5. Another name for asexual propagation is ____
a) Structural propagation b) permanent propagation c) vegetative propagation d) all of the above
6. All are type of farm structures except
a) Production structures b) processing structures c) compulsory structure d) storage structure
7. Temporary and permanent farm buildings are types of:
a) Structural buildings b) house buildings c) compost buildings d) farm buildings
8. ______ is use for drying and storing at same time especially maize that is still on the cob
a) Dams b) feed mills c) barns d) cribs
9. Citrus means
a) Orange b) avocado c) mango d) rice
10. Budding, grafting and layering are method of
a) Asexual propagation b) sexual propagation c) seed propagation d) cereal propagation
1a. What is crop propagation?
1b. Mention two (2) methods of crop propagation
2a. State three (3) types of farm structure
2b. give four (4) examples of farm structures and buildings
3a. List four (4) methods of vegetative propagation
3b. Identify the types of farm buildings you know
Answer ALL questions from this section
1. The substance which is eaten by animals to nourish their body is called ____
a) pest b) weed c) feed d) land
2. Which of the following is NOT a types of feedstuffs?
a) basilar energy feeds b) supplement/protein feeds
c) concentrates d) continuous feeds
3. ____ is defined as any abnormality in the function of the tissue organ or system of the animal
a) nutrition b) pathogens c) causal d) disease
4. All are disease-causing organisms in animals except
a) bacteria b) viruses c) fungi d) heifer
5. Anthrax, Mastitis, Coccidiosis are diseases of ____
a) farm animals b) plants c) insects d) fishes
6. The following are mode of transmission of farm animal diseases with the exception of
a) through proper sanitation b) air-borne
c) direct contact with infected animal d) through contaminated discharge and aborted fetus.
7. High fever, loss of appetite, loss of weight and blood stained diarrhea are ____
a) symptoms of farm animal diseases b) modes of transmission of farm animal diseases
c) prevention methods of farm animal diseases d) control measures of farm animal diseases
8. Which of the following is NOT a method of prevention and control of farm animal diseases?
a) increase disease infestation b) inoculation/vaccination
c) isolation of disease carriers d) adequate ventilation of the pen
9. ____ are the cold-blooded vertebrates that lives entirely in/on water and breath by means of their gills and swim by means of their fins
a) hippopotamus b) frogs c) fish d) turtle
10. Fish farming is also called ____
a) apiculture b) floriculture c) aquaculture d) agriculture
11. Aquatic animals are animals that live in/on
a) land b) trees c) water d) rocks
12. The transfer of seedlings from the nursery to their permanent site is known as ____
a) transpiration b) transportation c) transplanting d) trans-seeding
13. Which of the following is not a fresh water fish?
a) catfish b) sharks c) tilapia d) mudfish
14. The operation carried out after planting is ____
a) pre-planting b) post-planting c) seeding d) transplanting
15. Other types of aquatic organisms include the following except
a) crayfish b) camels c) crabs d) crocodile
16. ____ refers to the growing or rearing of fishes in artificial or man0made water bodies
a) agriculture b) aquaculture c) apiculture d) fishculture
17. Another name for marine fish is ____
a) saltwater fish b) freshwater fish c) cartilaginous fish d) Bony fish
18. What is the other name for trypanosomiasis?
a) Newcastle disease b) Nagana c) Anthrax d) Brucellosis
19. Oceans and seas are example of water bodies where ____ can be found
a) freshwater b) polluted water c) salt water d) clean water
20. Fishing tools include the flowing EXCEPT
a) hooks b) fishing nets c) fishing traps d) watering can
1a. What is aquaculture?
1b. Mention two (2) classification of fish based on habitat.
2a. Define disease.
2b. Mention five (5) symptoms of farm animal diseases.
3a. List four (4) disease of farm animals
3b. Give two (2) types of feedstuffs of livestock.