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MADRIDEJOS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Madridejos, Cebu First Periodical Test in TLE I Agriculture (Section: - C,I & K) INSTRUCTION:

: Read each statement carefully. Choose the best answer among the given choices. Write the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheet. 1. What living things are made of cells, grow and produce their own food? a. climate b. plants c. shelter d. agriculture 2. The plant that requires plenty of water is called__________ a. xerophytes b. mesophytes c. hyrophytes d. hydrites 3. The fertilizer that come from manure and decayed plants and animals. a. inorganic b. organic c. commercial d. 14- 14 14 4. Elei loosens and breaks the soil around the plants to allow the roots to spread and get nutrients. This is called_______ a. farrowing b. fertilization c. storing d. cultivation 5. The science, art and business of raising plant and animals. a. agronomy b. agriculture c. biology d. botany 6. The most important food manufacturing organs of the plant a. roots b. stem c. leaves fruits 7. Vegetable with swallow roots thickly growing near soil surface should be supplied with: a. more water b. more water at long interval c. little water d. little water but frequent 8. When to apply fertilizers? a. during planting b. 3 months planting c. when you feel there is a need d. when plant are already growing, flowering, & fruiting 9. Why should weeds be destroyed? a. weeds easily grow b. weeds waste time of farmer c. weeds are source of additional income d. weeds compete soil nutrients and them out. 10. Agua wants to transplant her seedling. When is the best time to do it? a. in the evening b. late in the afternoon or very early in the morning c. noon time d. morning 11. Which of the seeds are planted directly to the soil? a. pechay b. tomatoe c. peanut d. cabbage 12. When pollen grains are transferred from the anther to the stigma of a pistil a process known as______ a. pollination b. cross pollination c. self pollination d. fertilization 13. The young plant inside the seed is called ________ a. hypocotyls b. ipicotyl c. embryo d. seed coat 14. An example of natural or organic fertilizer is: a. potassium sulfate b. urea c. complete d. carabao manure 15. An organic material consisting of very fine, thoroughly rotted manure, plant parts and other organic matter. a. animal manure b. compost c. green manure d. vernicompost 16. The breathing organ of plant. a. bark b. stem c. stomata roots 17. A plant which germinates, flower and mature in one season. a. annual b. biennial c. perennial d. cogon 18. Process of subjecting soil to heat and applying chemicals in order to kill weed seeds, insect and other Pathogens. A. soil cultivation b. soil sterilization c. soil preparation d. soil utilization 19. What is the percentage germination of the plant if you have sown 80 seeds and 60 seeds germinated? a. 65% b. 75% c. 85% d. 95% 20. In asexual propagation of plants, four chief methods are employed. Which one is NOT a method of Propagation? a. budding b. contour farming c. grafting d. marcotting 21. Identify which part of a typical plant raises their leaves up to light and air a. stem b. roots c. leaves d. flower 22. Which of the following methods of testing the viability of corn and vegetable seeds is the practical way? a. seed box method b. blotter method c. rag-doll method d. transplanting method 23. Trees planted alongside the field protect the plants from direct hit of the wind a. fence b. wind break c. weather forecast d. none of the above 24. Which of the following is best describe the major function of the roots? a. source of contact between soil and the plant. b. anchor the plant by branching throughout the soil. c. serve as the storage of food such potatoe and camote. d. absorbs water, oxygen and minerals required for the plant growth.

25. Listed below are the parts of the embryo inside the seed. What do we call the young growing stem? a. hypocotyl b. ipicotyl c. radicle d. embryo 26. What part of a plant that serve as the passageway of food nutrients and water from the soil to the different parts of the plant? a. leaves b. stem c. flower d. fruits 27. The process of gathering crops is called__________ a. harvesting b. marketing c. selling d. grading 28. Why should you select a good seeds for planting? a. To avoid testing of seeds b. to save time for planting c. to be directly seeded d. To ensure good quality vegetables and high yields 29. Weeds are harmful to our plants. What type of weeds needs two season to complete their life cycle? a. annual b. biennial c. perennial d. cogon 30. There are several ways of irrigating the land. What do we call the method of supplying water under pressure? a. surface irrigation b. irrigation c. sprinkle irrigation d. trickle irrigation 31. Gabriel secured a certain group of pollen from a hybrid variety of flowers, which he mated with the native one. What method of pollination he is doing? a. cross pollination b. self pollination c. pollination d. fertilization 32. The following are the direct seeded crops EXCEPT one: a. cowpea b. peanut c. pechay d. tomatoe 33. There are several methods and chemicals used to destroy insects. What chemicals are used to destroy insects and diseases? A. bygone b. herbicides c. insecticides d. weedicides 34. Which of the following major elements in the soil hastens the maturity of plants? a. nitrogen b. potassium c. phosphorous d. none of the above 35. What part of the plant that distributes water, food and nutrients from roots to the leaves? a. stem b. roots c. leaves d. flowers 36. One way of irrigating the land is allowing water to the soil surface through small canal near the rows Of crops a. sprinkle irrigation b. trickle irrigation c. surface irrigation d. irrigation 37. What type of weeds that complete their life cycle for more than two seasons? a. annual b. biennial c. perennial d. cogon 38. There are different methods of planting. Which one is applicable to corn? a. direct seeding b. indirect seeding c. seed box method d. none of the above 39. It is the method of planting which requires seeds to be sown in a seed box a. direct seeding b. indirect seeding c. seed box method d. none of the above 40. Applying of granules fertilizer around the plant in furrows then cover with soil. a. band application b. basal application c. broadcast application d. side dressing 41. Most common and easy method of propagation is a. budding b. grafting c. seed propagation d. inarching 42. This fertilizer is applied through spraying fertilizer on the leaves. a. foliar b. band c. basal d. broadcast 43. The pistil is the female part of the flower while the male is called________ a. pistil b. stigma c. stamen d. anther 44. The outer part of a seed is: a. embryo b. seed coat c. hypocotyl d. ipicotyl 45. The process of production in plant. a. fertilization b. phothosynthesis c. pollination d. none of the above 46. Listed below are the part of the flower. Which of the following is a connecting tissue between stigma and ovary? a. stigma b. style c. ovary d. anther 47. Which of the following elements that improves the vegetative growth of plant? a. nitrogen b. phosphorous c. potassium d. none of the above 48. Ways of preparing the soil for lasting growth and vigor of plants EXCEPT. a. Pull out weeds grasses and other rubbish c. Provide drainage during rainy season. b. Pulverize the soil by plowing d. Put stones to prevent soil erosion Prepared by: Mr. Dioscoro C. Antipala