AIC ss1 fishery revision questions 3rd term
  • 1. The term capture fisheries refers to
A) Farming of fish in all water bodies
B) Farming of fish in pond only
C) Fishing only in the ocean
D) Fishing in any water body
  • 2. The following are fish culture facilities except ______
A) Monks
B) Tanks
C) Cages
D) Ponds
  • 3. Aquaculture could be carried out in
A) Earthen pond and fibre glass tanks
B) Wooden frame and fibre glass tanks
C) Earthen pond, wooden frames and fibre glass tanks
D) Earthen pond and wooden frame
  • 4. …….. is specially designed tools for catching fish
A) Fishing craft
B) Fishing techniques
C) Fishing device
D) Fishing gear
  • 5. All but one is not true about maintaining fishing tools
A) To keep them functional
B) To make them rust
C) To protect them from damage
D) To prolong the life span of the tools
  • 6. The production of fish and other aquatic food organism in a marketable size
A) Culture fishery
B) Chemical fishing
C) Capture fishery
D) Industrial fishing
  • 7. The following are fishing gears except
A) Dugout canoes
B) Scoop net
C) Hook and line
D) Fishing spear
  • 8. One of the following is not true about Tilapia spp
A) They are monogamous
B) They are substrate brooders
C) They are polygamous
D) Both parents care for the eggs and young
  • 9. Which of these is not true of concrete pond
A) It is easy to manage
B) It cannot be flooded
C) Diseases are easy to detect
D) It can be constructed in water
  • 10. Off shore cultivation is also known as
A) Cage culture
B) Flow through
C) Pen culture
D) Pond
  • 11. ________ are used for harvesting fish in natural or artificial ponds.
A) Knives
B) Baskets
C) Barriers
D) Fences
  • 12. The use of electricity to catch fish by creating electric fields is
A) Barriers
B) Fences
C) Knives
D) Electro fishing
  • 13. Nocturnal fishes are
A) Active in the afternoon
B) Active at night
C) Active in the morning
D) Polygamous
  • 14. Fish culture facilities are all except
A) Cage
B) Pen
C) Pit
D) Tank
  • 15. Which of the following is not a feature of fish?
A) Possess gills
B) Cold blooded
C) Possess fins
D) Lives entirely on land
  • 16. Which of the following is a feature of small scale fishery
A) Expensive
B) Labour intensive
C) Large equipment
D) Capital intensive
  • 17. The following are external features of a fish except
A) Mouth
B) Brain
C) Fins
D) Scales
  • 18. Fish meal, fish oil, fish mince are called
A) Raw materials
B) By products
C) Fish meals
D) Feed additives
  • 19. The union of two gametes (egg and milt) to form a zygote is called
A) Fertilization
B) Ejaculation
C) Ovulation
D) Reproduction
  • 20. What is the area of an earthen pond whose length is 215m2 and breath is 115m2?
A) 12362.5m2
B) 330m2
C) 24725m2
D) 100m2
  • 21. One of the following is not a feature of fish
A) Possess gills
B) Warm blooded
C) Cold blooded
D) Possess fin
  • 22. ________ fishery is also known as culture based capture fishery
A) Gill
B) Enhanced
C) Capture
D) Scaled
  • 23. ________ mouth can be extended forward or backwards especially during feeding
A) Terminal
B) Protrusible
C) Inferior
D) Superior
  • 24. A Young fish that has fully developed scales but it is smaller than the adult fish in is called
A) Juvenile
B) Fry
C) Fish
D) Pond
  • 25. ......... refers to group of fish(es)
A) Fry
B) Pond
C) School
D) Fingerlings
  • 26. ....... Is an artificial body of water where fish(es) can be reared
A) Fishery
B) River
C) Pond
D) School
  • 27. ......... Is an equipment used to harvest fish
A) Fishing catch
B) Fishing gills
C) Fishing wear
D) Fishing gear
  • 28. ...... is the act of rearing different species of fishing the same pond
A) Multiculture
B) Polyculture
C) Mono culture
D) Interculture
  • 29. ....... is the crossing be of two individuals within the same family but of different species
A) Hybridization
B) Monoculture
C) Polyculture
D) Interculture
  • 30. ......... Is the use of a spare or any sharp pointed object to catch fish
A) Aeration
B) Fishing gear
C) Hybridization
D) Impaling
  • 31. Fish can be processed by into fish by products such as all except
A) Manure
B) Fish meat
C) Fish hair
D) Fish oil
  • 32. Fishery provides the following opportunities except
A) As recreation center
B) Employment
C) Fish Serve as source of protein
D) Create raw materials for textile industry
  • 33. Production is converting raw materials into
A) Anything
B) Finished product
C) Invisible things
D) Mineral salt
  • 34. Production can be categorized into
A) 5
B) 3
C) 2
D) 4
  • 35. ...... Is the transformation of fish into semi finished or final fish products acceptable to the consumer
A) Semi skilled production
B) Secondary production
C) Primary production
D) Tertiary production
  • 36. .......... Involve modern equipment and highly skilled manpower
A) Maximum production
B) Indirect production
C) Direct production
D) Minimum production
  • 37. Fish processing involve
A) De washing
B) De cooking
C) De scaling
D) De buying
  • 38. Goods and services are moved from the producer to the
A) All of the options
B) Consumer
C) Manufacturer
D) Destroyer
  • 39. ....... are exchanged in a market process
A) Product
B) Fight
C) Rights
D) Time
  • 40. Marketing involve ......... Of the product
A) Keeping
B) Destroying
C) Stealing
D) Pricing
  • 41. .......... Involve in the wholesale distribution of products
A) Higher market
B) Tertiary market
C) Primary market
D) Secondary market
  • 42. Market locations include all except
A) Mosque
B) Supermarket
C) Fish mongers
D) Bars
  • 43. One of the importance of marketing in fishery is
A) Creates job opportunities
B) Thugs are mostly engaged
C) It encourage illiteracy
D) Create gossip arena
  • 44. ...... are traditionally fish marketing and distribution systems located in villages, landing sites etc
A) Tertiary market
B) Secondary market
C) Primary market
D) Higher market
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