Prevocational Studies 3rd C.A. for JSS 1
  • 1. The raw material used in clothing industry is _____
A) Paper
B) Cotton
C) Tyre
D) Jute
  • 2. Agriculture means _______
A) Production of crops only
B) Production of fruits and vegetables
C) Production of animals only
D) Production of crops and animals
  • 3. The importance of agriculture to man and the nation include the following except ______
A) Provision of employment
B) Provision of fuel for cars
C) Provision of raw materials
D) Provision of foreign exchange
  • 4. The study of how to grow fruits, vegetables and ornamental crops is _________
A) Apiculture
B) Floriculture
C) Horticulture
D) Silviculture
  • 5. The activity which involves the management and production of fish and other aquatic animals is known as ________
A) Horticulture
B) Fishery
C) Livestock production
D) Snail production
  • 6. Onions store food in the ______
A) Buds
B) Root
C) Fruits
D) Leaves
  • 7. A dicotyledonous plant is a plant that has ________
A) Five cotyledons
B) two cotyledons
C) Four cotyledons
D) One cotyledon
  • 8. The primary source of power for green plants in the manufacture of food is
A) Water
B) Wind
C) Fire
D) Sunlight
  • 9. The reproductive organ of a flowering plant is _______
A) Stem
B) Root
C) Flower
D) Leaves
  • 10. Bee farming is also known as ____
A) Horticulture
B) Apiculture
C) Heliculture
D) Snailery
  • 11. _______ involves the running of the farm as a profitable enterprise which makes use of all resources.
A) Mechanization
B) Agricultural Economics
C) Agricultural Engineer
D) Agricultural Extension
  • 12. The method of educating the farmer and encouraging him to adopt an improved method of farming is known as agricultural ____
A) Extension
B) Policy
C) Cooperative
D) Legislator
  • 13. The storage organ for sugarcane is _______
A) Leaves
B) Stem
C) Flowers
D) Root
  • 14. The study of how crops are grown and used by man and animals is called _____
A) Soil science
B) Crop scientist
C) Soil scientist
D) Crop science
  • 15. Plywood is a by-product of ______
A) Pig
B) Poultry
C) Forest
D) Fish
  • 16. Roots serve as storage organ for _______
A) Onion
B) Cassava
C) Tomato
D) Sugarcane
  • 17. One of the following is an example of aquatic plant.
A) Oil palm
B) Pea
C) Plankton
D) Wheat
  • 18. A typical crop plant is made up of two major systems known as ______
A) Shoot and stems
B) Aerial and Fibrous
C) Shoots and roots
D) Tap and Fibrous
  • 19. ______ roots consist of one major root from which various minor branches arise
A) Tap root
B) Fibrous root
C) Stem
D) Leaves
  • 20. The vegetative parts of a plant are ______
A) Flowers and fruits
B) Roots, stem and leaves
C) Fruit and leaves
D) Flowers and leaves
Created with That Quiz — the math test generation site with resources for other subject areas.