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3RD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2014/2015 CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE NAME:

3RD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2014/2015

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………..

Section A: Objective Test

1. ___________ science deals with rearing of animals and cultivation of crops for man's use. (a) music (b) Agriculture (c) Biology

2. The ___________ originally started farming. (a) Early men (b) Bush men                     (c) Superior men

3. __________ provides raw materials for industries (a) Music (b) Agriculture                (c) Art

4. The use of complex or improved agriculture tools such as tractor, combined harvester in farming is known as _______________ farming. (a) agricultural                           (b) mechanized (c) computer

5. A person who studies lives of animals is called __________ (a) Zoologist                   (b) Animalistic (c) Zoo

6. Domesticated birds are kept for _________ production. (a) Fish (b) blood                      (c) egg

7. The part of plant that is fixed deep down the soil is the __________. (a) root                (b) shoot (c) leaf

8.The green flat organ of the plant is called _________ (a) root (b) shoot (c) leaf

9. The process whereby green plants manufacture their food in the presence of sunlight is known as __________. (a) Transpiration (b) photosynthesis                         (c) chlorophyll

10. A group of animals that are not reared at home are called _________ animals. (a) home (b) domestic (c) wild

11. Plants breathe through the _________. (a) lungs (b) stomata (c) spiracle

12. The process by which the plant loses water is called _________. (a) Evolution (b) transpiration (c) Colouration

13. One seeded fruit is called ___________. (a) Monocotyledon (b) Polycotyledon (c) Dicotyledon

14. The process during which a pollen grain is carried from the anther to the stigma of a flower is called _________. (a) Pollination (b) power (c) stigma

15. Animals with backbones are called ___________________ (a) Vertebrates                              (b) invertebrates (c) Nocturnal

16. Animals that live both on land and in water are called ________ (a) reptiles               (b) mammals (c) amphibians

17. __________ live entirely in water. (a) Fish (b) Aves (c) Mammals

18. The removal of waste products from animals is known as _________                       (a) Nutrition (b) Excretion (c) Vector

19. In the animal kingdom, the highest creature is _________. (a) Man (b) lion             (c) Ostrich

20. Flesh eating animals are called _________. (a) Carnivorous (b) Herbivorous       (c) Omnivorous

21. Snakes, Crocodiles, Alligators and Lizards are all examples of __________              (a) Reptiles (b) Mammals (c) Amphibians

22. _________ is the uppermost part of earth that supports plants' growth. (a) Soil (b) rock (c) Mineral

23. The best type of soil for construction of houses or bridges is _________ soil. (a) loamy (b) clay (c) sandy

24. The best soil for planting is ________ soil. (a) loamy (b) sandy (c) clay

25. ________ crops are crops that are grown purposely for consumption. (a) Food (b) Cash (c) Nice

26. The boiling temperature of water is _________ degree Celsius. (a) 100 (b) 200 (c) 300

27. The process by which a new substance is formed is known as _________ change. (a) Chemical  (b) Physical (c) Royal

28. The movement of blood in the body is known as blood ________.                         (a) transportation (b) circulation (c) movement

29. The breaking down of food in the body for energy is known as __________               (a) food (b) raw (c) digestion

30. _________ is used to produce food beverages. (a) Cocoa (b) tomatoes                      (c) Onion

Section B: Theory

1. Mention four factors that are necessary for seed germination.

______________________, _____________________, _____________________,

__________________________.

2. Mention four organs that are involved in digestion of food.

_______________________, _____________________, ____________________

________________________.

3. Mention four post-planting operations

_______________________, _____________________, ____________________

________________________.

4. Mention four people that are involved in agricultural science

_______________________, _____________________, ____________________

________________________.

5a. Mention two food crops.

_______________________________, __________________________________

5b. Mention two cash crops.

_______________________________, __________________________________

 

 

 

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3RD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2014/2015 CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE NAME:

3RD TERM PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION 2014/2015

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………..

Section A: Objective Test

1. ___________ science deals with rearing of animals and cultivation of crops for man's use. (a) music (b) Agriculture (c) Biology

2. The ___________ originally started farming. (a) Early men (b) Bush men                     (c) Superior men

3. __________ provides raw materials for industries (a) Music (b) Agriculture                (c) Art

4. The use of complex or improved agriculture tools such as tractor, combined harvester in farming is known as _______________ farming. (a) agricultural                           (b) mechanized (c) computer

5. A person who studies lives of animals is called __________ (a) Zoologist                   (b) Animalistic (c) Zoo

6. Domesticated birds are kept for _________ production. (a) Fish (b) blood                      (c) egg

7. The part of plant that is fixed deep down the soil is the __________. (a) root                (b) shoot (c) leaf

8.The green flat organ of the plant is called _________ (a) root (b) shoot (c) leaf

9. The process whereby green plants manufacture their food in the presence of sunlight is known as __________. (a) Transpiration (b) photosynthesis                         (c) chlorophyll

10. A group of animals that are not reared at home are called _________ animals. (a) home (b) domestic (c) wild

11. Plants breathe through the _________. (a) lungs (b) stomata (c) spiracle

12. The process by which the plant loses water is called _________. (a) Evolution (b) transpiration (c) Colouration

13. One seeded fruit is called ___________. (a) Monocotyledon (b) Polycotyledon (c) Dicotyledon

14. The process during which a pollen grain is carried from the anther to the stigma of a flower is called _________. (a) Pollination (b) power (c) stigma

15. Animals with backbones are called ___________________ (a) Vertebrates                              (b) invertebrates (c) Nocturnal

16. Animals that live both on land and in water are called ________ (a) reptiles               (b) mammals (c) amphibians

17. __________ live entirely in water. (a) Fish (b) Aves (c) Mammals

18. The removal of waste products from animals is known as _________                       (a) Nutrition (b) Excretion (c) Vector

19. In the animal kingdom, the highest creature is _________. (a) Man (b) lion             (c) Ostrich

20. Flesh eating animals are called _________. (a) Carnivorous (b) Herbivorous       (c) Omnivorous

21. Snakes, Crocodiles, Alligators and Lizards are all examples of __________              (a) Reptiles (b) Mammals (c) Amphibians

22. _________ is the uppermost part of earth that supports plants' growth. (a) Soil (b) rock (c) Mineral

23. The best type of soil for construction of houses or bridges is _________ soil. (a) loamy (b) clay (c) sandy

24. The best soil for planting is ________ soil. (a) loamy (b) sandy (c) clay

25. ________ crops are crops that are grown purposely for consumption. (a) Food (b) Cash (c) Nice

26. The boiling temperature of water is _________ degree Celsius. (a) 100 (b) 200 (c) 300

27. The process by which a new substance is formed is known as _________ change. (a) Chemical  (b) Physical (c) Royal

28. The movement of blood in the body is known as blood ________.                         (a) transportation (b) circulation (c) movement

29. The breaking down of food in the body for energy is known as __________               (a) food (b) raw (c) digestion

30. _________ is used to produce food beverages. (a) Cocoa (b) tomatoes                      (c) Onion

Section B: Theory

1. Mention four factors that are necessary for seed germination.

______________________, _____________________, _____________________,

__________________________.

2. Mention four organs that are involved in digestion of food.

_______________________, _____________________, ____________________

________________________.

3. Mention four post-planting operations

_______________________, _____________________, ____________________

________________________.

4. Mention four people that are involved in agricultural science

_______________________, _____________________, ____________________

________________________.

5a. Mention two food crops.

_______________________________, __________________________________

5b. Mention two cash crops.

_______________________________, __________________________________

 

 

 

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