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1. This refers to a method of farming in which economic and labor inputs are usually low.
a. extensive farming
b. semi-extensive farming
c. intensive farming
d. all of the above

2. _______ involves a high level of inputs and stocking the ponds with as many fish as possible. The fish are
fed supplementary feed, while natural food production plays a minor role.
a. extensive farming
b. semi-extensive farming
c. intensive farming
d. all of the above
3. _________requires a moderate level of inputs and fish production is increased by the use of fertilizer and/or
supplementary feeding. This means higher labor and feed costs, but higher fish yields usually more than
compensate for this.
a. extensive farming
b. semi-extensive farming
c. intensive farming
d. all of the above
4. The ideal depth of the pond at shallow end and sloping at the drainage is?
a. 6 to .7m and 1.5- 2.0cm
b. .5-1.0m and 1.5-2.0m
c. .6-1.5m and 1.6-2.5 m
d. .7-.90m and 2.0m-3.0m
5. is a body of standing, as opposed to free-flowing, water that is small enough to be managed for fish culture.
a. pond
b. lake
c. river
d. cages
6. What are the inputs of fish farming?
a. water, land, labor and protein
b. water land , labor and fat
c. wate, land, labor and profit
d. water, land, labor and capital
7. Which of the following is an example of outputs in fish farming?
a. water
b. land
c. protein
d. management
8. _____are constructed by bringing water from another source to the pond.
a. diversion ponds
b. embankment ponds
c. excavated ponds
d. contour ponds
9. ____are built above ground level. A disadvantage of this type of pond is that you may need a pump to fill the
pond.
a. diversion ponds
b. embankment ponds
c. excavated ponds
d. contour ponds
10. _____is dug out of the soil. The disadvantage of this type is that you need a pump to drain the pond.
a. diversion ponds
b. embankment ponds
c. excavated ponds
d. contour pond

11. The Soil from digging out the pond is used to build the low dikes of the pond. The ideal site has a slight
slope (1-2%).
a. diversion ponds
b. embankment ponds
c. excavated ponds
d. contour ponds
12. ______are constructed by building a dike across a natural stream. The ponds are therefore like small
conservation dams with the advantage that they are easy to construct.
a. diversion ponds
b. embankment ponds
c. barrage ponds
d. contour ponds
13. In preparing the fish pond what will be the first step that you need to consider?
a. prepare the site
b. build the inlet and outlet
c. protect the pond dikes
d. build a clay core

14. It is the foundation for the pond dike, which makes it strong and prevents water leaks.
a. clay core
b. dikes
c. inlet
d. outlet
15. Pond dikes should be about_____ above the water level in the pond.
a. 60cm
b. 40cm
c. 50cm
d. 30cm
16. This a process of compressing the soil at regular intervals while you are building the dike of the pond.
a. heating
b. compacting
c. inducting
d. trampling
17. The water inlet pipe runs from the catchment basin through the pond dike into the pond. It should be about
_____above the water level so that the incoming water splashes down into the pond.
a. 16cm
b. 17cm
c. 15cm
d. 18cm
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18. In constructing pipes it is advisable to put screens at the end of the pipe because____?
a. it will stop the water from entering
b. it will create a passage for entering and leaving of the fish from the pond
c. it will stop fish from entering or leaving the pond
d. all of the above
19. continues adding of fertilizer to the pond before filling with water will most likely;
a. increase toxic problem
b. decrease the production of bacteria
c. increase the continues production of natural fish food
d. all of the above
20. Putting a fence around the pond will______.
a. protect children from falling into the pond and it can help to keep out thieves and predatory animals
b. make the pond safe
c. both A and D
d. none of the above
21. In stocking the fish how many days it should be stock?
a. 5 to 10 days
b. 4 to 7 days
c. 6 to 9 days
d. 7 to 9 days
22. Proper stocking of fish is being observe in fish farming because proper stocking of fish can_____.
a. make sufficient time for the fish to move around
b. make a sufficient time to reproduce
c. allow the natural food production in the pond reach a sufficient level to sustain fish growth
d. all of the above
23. having unwanted fish in the pond will most likely;
a. carnivorous fish will eat fingerlings stock
b. no, it is good for the fish production
c. will have a better reproduction due to nutrient competition
d. none of the above
24. Proper stocking rates for tilapia range from _____of pond surface area.
a. 3 to 4 fish per m3
b. 1 to 2 fish per m2
c. 6 to 7 fish per m2
d. 1 to 4 fish per m2
25. Common carp are stocked at _____of pond surface area.
a. 1 to 2 fish per 10 m2
b. 1 to 4 fish per 11 m2
c. 1 to 5 fish per 12 m2
d. 1 to 2 fish per 12 m2
26. Which of the following is an Examples of supplemental feeds ?
a. rice bran
b. corn gluten
c. dried and ground leaves from mullberry and ipil-ipil trees
d. all of the above
27. What is the suggested daily feedings for fish?
a. two daily feeding ( morning and mid-afternoon)
b. three daily feeding ( morning, noon time and late afternoon)
c. two daily feeding ( morning and late afternoon)
d. none of the above
28. ______is the group of algae, bacteria, fungi and other aquatic organisms that attach to substrates (hard
material) present in the water.
a. perihelion
b. perihyton
c. pericython
d. plankton
29. _____is a gas that is produced by all plants in the pond (therefore also by phytoplankton) with the help of
sunlight.
a. oxygen
b. nitrogen
c. hydrogen
d. microbes
30. What is the normal water temperature for fish production?
a. 60 to 70 degrees C
b. between 20 C and 30 C
c. between 50 and 60 degrees C
d. none of the above
31. This method requires the use of net enclosure in shallow protected areas of inland water generally in lakes
or lagoons.
a. fish pen method
b. cage method
c. fishpond method
d. aquarium
32. This method is employed in inland bodies of water, preferably flowing. The structure or cases with nylon
netting.
a. fish pen method
b. cage method
c. fishpond method
d. aquarium
33. This method involves raising or breeding ornamental and colorful species of fish. It requires constant
aeration and care.
a. fish pen method
b. cage method
c. fishpond method
d. aquarium
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34. This method of fish culture is done in bays, coastal lagoons, and other similar environment. It is more
conventionally practiced on oyster, mussels, seaweeds and others.
a. fish pen method
b. open water method
c. fishpond method
d. aquarium
35. _____are native to Africa and grow best in warm water (30 C to 35 C).
a. Oreochromis
b. Cyprinus carpio,
c. mudfish
d. catfish
36. The first fish cultured in ponds approximately 2000 years ago in China.
a. Oreochromis
b. Cyprinus carpio,
c. mudfish
d. catfish
37. A group of tropical freshwater fish species native to Africa and the Middle East. There are at least 77 known
species of it.
a. tilapia
b. Cyprinus carpio,
c. mudfish
d. catfish
38. The required water temperature of tilapia reproduction is;
a. 20 - 30 C.
b. 30-40 C
c. 40-50 C
d. 20- 40 C
39. Tilapia can tolerate water temperatures as low as ____and can survive in water temperatures below____ for
prolonged periods of time.
a. 12 Cand 13C
b. 12 C and 10 C
c. 13 C and 14 C
d. 15 C and 18C
40. 3 to 4 months from stocking, the tilapia weights from ____each and it is ready four market.
a. 80 to 1000 grams
b. 80 to 500 grams
c. 50 to 100 grams
d. 5 kg to 10 kg
41. ______belong to the order called Siluriformes, subdivided into various families, including the Ictaluridae,
Pangasidae and Clariidae.
a. Oreochromis
b. Cyprinus carpio,
c. mudfish
d. catfish
42. .This fish can attain a length of 25cm in a period of four to six months.
a. Oreochromis
b. Cyprinus carpio,
c. mudfish
d. catfish
43. ______belong to the freshwater family Cyprinidae. The family consists of 1600 different species of which
only very few are important for fish farming.
a. Cyprinus carpio,
b. carp
c. mudfish
d. catfish
44. It takes only 4 to 5 months to grow young fingerlings to maturity of 100 to 200g each.
a. Cyprinus carpio,
b. carp
c. mudfish
d. catfish
45. _____are usually mature after about 2 years (weighing 2 to 3 kg).
a. Cyprinus carpio,
b. carp
c. mudfish
d. catfish
46. This is the process of releasing fish fry or fingerlings in a body of water like a fish pond or lake.
a. stocking
b. pond freshening
c. excavation
d. lay outing
47. This is the process of replenishing water that had been lost through evaporation and seepage, likewise to
replace water that had become stale.
a. stocking
b. pond freshening
c. excavation
d. lay outing
48. This is done by draining the pond water totally while the fish are collected using the scoop net.
a. draining
b. seining
c. grill netting
d. none of the above
49. Can be raised along the edge of the pond. this will not only complement the income of the fish farmer but will
also provide another source if food source
a. kangkong
b. kamote
c. alugbate
d. algae
50. Generally refers to all aquatic animals including crusta-ceans, molluscs, mussels, scallops, oysters, snails
and other shellfishes.
a. fish
b. algae
c. crab
d. all of the above




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II. IDENTIFICATION

51. Carp are usually mature after _______(weighing 2 to 3 kg).
52. The common carp is a widely cultured, strictly freshwater fish . Which can reach a length of __________ and
a weight_____.
53. It is found in muddy pools, slow streams, ponds, and lakes throughout the country. It is very hardly fish and
can live in a very scant supply of muddy water .__________
54. _____ is solid in almost all markets but specially enjoys a big demand in the small and big markets.
55. ______Lives almost entirely on algae or lumot which grows naturally in saltwater.
56. The size of mature bangus ranges from ____of a meter.
57. A female bangus can produce _____ to _______eggs which it spawn near shallow and sandy coasts.
58. Fish feeding should be stop ____hours prior to harvest. This allows them to clean out their intestines and
promotes higher survival.
59. ______manufactured fertilizers containing nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium in varying proportions.
60. _____a substance added to water to increase the production of natural fish food organisms.
61. ______is a fish weighing from 1 g to 25 g or measuring longer than 2.5 cm in total length.
62. _____animal or plant matter used as fertilizer in ponds. manure/organic fertilizer
63. ______ A condition, normally occurring at night, in which oxygen dissolved in pond water has been depleted
mainly because of the decomposition of organic matter and respiration of organisms in the pond.
64. ______the various, mostly microscopic, aquatic organisms (plants and animals) that serve as food for larger
aquatic animals.
65. _______the wall of a pond which is constructed to hold in the water.
66. _________a fish species that eats other fish.
67. ________a feed that does not contain all the vitamins and nutrients essential for growth, and which is
produced outside of the pond.
68. the science which deals with the propagation, cultivation, and conservation of acquatic
organisms._________
69. ______ an artificially constructed body of water used raising fishes from fry to marketable size.
70. ___________young fish bigger than a fry generally around two inches.
71. ___________ newly-hatched fish attaining a size of around two centimetres long or more.
72. ___________ refers to decayed leaves, grasses, twigs, and kitchen refused mixed with soil to enrich it. Also
refers to fertilizer derived from decayed wastes or bodies of plants and animals.

III. Enumeration

73. enumerate the three methods of fish farming

74. enumerate different types of diversion pond

75. enumerate the steps in building a fish pond

76. enumerate some methods of fish cultivation