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AgBio23 (Agricultural Ecology) Final Examination Name/Course@yr_____________________ Date__________ I. Multiple choice: Encircle the letter of your best answer.

2pts each 1. An organisms which reduce plant growth and yield by producing toxins. a. animals b. small animal c. humans d. disease organisms 2. An active chemicals used for controlling anthracnose and crown rot of banana. a. benomyl b. captafol c. chloroneb d. daconil 3. An active chemicals used for controlling avocado anthracnose and fruit rot. a. thiram b. propineb c. benomyl d. copper fungicide 4. These biological organisms constitute constraints in crop production. a. insect and mite pest b. small animals c. ruminants d. bees 5. These insects serve as agents for the spread of virus diseases, except? a. leafhoppers b. aphids c. planthoppers d. dragonfly 6. Pest damage crops through the following, except? a. chew vital parts b. tunnel marketable portion c. pollination d. suck plant juices 7. Scientific name of oriental fruit fly. a. Thosea sinensis b. Dacus dorsalis c. Thosea fruitis d. Fruitis spp. 8. Common active chemicals used for controlling bean fly, bean pyralid, bean pod borer, aphids and bean weevil. a. methomyl b. malathaion c. mevinjhon d. heptachlor 9. It also considered as limiting factors in crop production along with pest and diseases. a. weeds b. human c. animal pest d. insects 10. Studies showed that crops are most susceptible to weed competition during the____% of their life duration. a. 21-29 b. 25-30 c. 30-35 d. 20-25 II. Identification. Give the appropriate word/s of the following statements. 2pts each _____________ ____1.Scientific names of purple nut sedge. _________________2. Aphids for cucurbits, guava, kenaf, potato, sweet potato and taro. _________________3. Scientific names of atlas moth. _________________4. Typical brand names of benomyl. _________________5. Bacteria which attack mango. _________________6. Bacteria attack mango and sorghum. _________________7. Scientific names of banana weevil. _________________8. Fungi attack mango and onion. _________________9. Yield reduction in crops can go up high as ___% when weeds are not controlled. _________________10. Weeds compete with the crops for light, water and _______. III.Essay 10pts each 1. Significance in studying diseases of crops? 2. How do insect and mite pest damage crops? 3. Possible prevention and control measures for weeds?

HORTI 1(Horticultural Crop production) Final Examination Name/course@yr_________________ Date_______ I. Multiple choice: Encircle the letter of your best answer. 2pts each. 1. It involves hybridization and selection. a. plant breeding b. broading c. crop hybridization d. selection 2. ___it is generally based on the characteristics that suited human needs and whims. a. breeding b. Cullingc. selection d. improving 3. The study of heredity and variation in living organisms. a. guinetics b. genetics c. heredition d. genes 4. A collection of varieties/species of a crop is called____. a. germplasm bank b. coolection c. selecting d. data collection 5. It determines the inherent potential of an individual. a. phenotype b. genotype c. genetype d. phenotypic 6. It is an easy and cheap method of multiplying plants. a. seed propagation b. vegetative propagation c. broadcast d. hilling 7. A seed may not be able to germinate even under the most favorable environmental conditions. a. quiescence b. dormancy c. orthodox d. recalcitrant 8. Refers to the changes in the seeds during storage as a result of which germination is improved. a. after ripening b. after drying c. post harvest d. pre harvest 9. These are lines/varieties which produce mainly female flowers as in cucumber. a. gynoecious lines b. monoecious lines c. dioecy d. pure lines 10. Chemicals used to suppress the development of the anthers. a. spermatocides b. gametocides c. gomatocides d. gametocydes 11. Propagation without the union of male and female gamete. a. sexual propagation b. seed production c. asexual propagation d. duplication 12. Another termed for planting materials. a. propagules b. propogules c. propugules d. propagating 13. Propagation using naturally detachable organs. a. separation b. division c. isolation d. cuttings 14. The shoot produced on the top of a fruit , like pineapple. a. crown b. crawn c. rhizomes d. runners 15. New plants arising from the flowering stem or the usual stem of original plant. a. corm b. cormel c. plantlets or offsets d. seed bits II. Identification. Give the appropriate word/s of the following statements. 2pts each _____________1. The outward expressions of the character. _____________2. A long thread-like structure of two spiral strands of relatively very large nitrogenous molecules called DNA plus associated small molecules called. RNA. _____________3.The ultimate units of inheritance. _____________4. Removing of entire stamen before pollination. _____________5. The precise relationship of all plants involved in the breeding of a certain line or variety. ______________6. Seeds of some plants could be kept for long periods. Provided they are properly dried and stored. _____________7. Seeds cannot withstand drying and should not be permitted to dry out before planting. _____________8. 40%_____ can be used to sterilize small amount of soil at a rate of one-half tbsp. In one cup of water. _____________9. A small of soluble fertilizer dissolved in water. _____________10. Refers to the temporary set back in growth after transplanting. _____________11. Small bulbs produced at the base of the mother plant. _____________12. Small corms are called? _____________13. The general term used for propagation methods whereby two plant parts are joined. _____________14. Secondary shoots that start below the ground from an underground stem. _____________15. Rooting of the selected shoot or branch is encouraged by wrapping a portion of the stem

AgBio22 (Agricultural Microbiology) Final Examination Name/course@yr_________________ Date_______ I. Identification. Give the appropriate word/s of the following statements. 2pts each ________________1. Actual evidence of the presence of disease agent. ________________2. Reaction of the host plant to the disease agent. ________________3. Yellowing of normally green tissues due to partial failure of the chlorophyll to develop. ________________4. Distorting and puffing of a leaf due to the unequal development of its side. ________________5. Decay of seeds in the soil before seeding emergence or rapid rotting. ________________6. Sudden discoloration and death of tissue over certain portions of the plants. ________________7. Chronic flow of sap from the wound or other injuries usually accompanied by odor or fermentation. ________________8. Sunken dead areas on fruits, stems, twigs, tubers and roots which are surrounded by living tissues. ________________9. Drying backwards from the tips of twigs and braches of trees to the roots. ________________10. A disarrangement of chlorophyll content of tissues, causing the green and yellow areas to form variegated patterns. ________________11. Abnormal thickening of the outer layer of tissues due to local irritations. ________________12. Useful for storage of succulent tissues. ________________13. The plant is completely free from disease even when conditions fro disease development are optimum. ________________14. When a plant is Zero percent resistant it is ________to disease. ________________15. A low cost solution for storage of specimens in liquid. II. Essay 10pts each 1. Why we should diagnose plant diseases? 2. Why we need to preserved plant diseases? 3. Which control method is economical for plant diseases? Cultural or Chemical method. Why?

AgEng g1 (Agricultural Machine Mechanics) Final Examination Name/course@yr_________________ Date_______ I. Multiple choice: Encircle the letter of your best answer. 2pts each 1. Materials that give bulk and body to concrete. a. water b. aggregates c. sand and gravel d. broken stone 2. It is use for concrete which finely ground until forming a grayish powder. a. adhesive b. cement c. dye d. fine sand 3. It is the binder of a concrete. a. water b. cement c. sand d. gravel 4. What is the proportion of a class D mixture? a. 1:3:6 b. 1:3.5:7 c. 1:3:7 d. 1:2.5:7 5. How many kilograms in 1 bag of cement. a. 35 b. 45 c. 50 d. 40 6. General termed which applied to concrete works, but specific to the CHB, bricks and mortar. a. masonry b. mmasonry c. masonic d. boalders 7. Type of cost which increases proportional with the amount of used operation. a. depreciation cost b. fixed cost c. variable cost d. salvage cost 8. A material which will pass through a inch mess screen. a. course aggregates b. fine aggregates c. corse aggregates d. find aggregates 9. It is a tool use for finishing concrete. a. steel edge b. wood float c. steel pan d. spade 10. A material use for ceiling having a length 4 X8 and 3/8 to thick. a. v-cut b. T and G lumber c. plywood d. lawanit II. Identification. Give the appropriate word/s of the following statements. 2pts each _____________1. Used for turning and mixing concrete. _____________2. Measures the amount by which the value of machine decreases with the passage of time either used or not. _____________3. When machine can t be repaired because of irreplaceable or irrepairable parts failure. _____________4. The length of time from purchase from purchase of the machine to the point where it is more economic to replace with the second machine than to continues the first. _____________5. Predicted life of the machine based on the surveyed use of existing machine against the new design life of machine. _____________6. Volume of 1 bag cement. _____________7. Materials such as stone, pebbles, crushed rocks that range from and up. _____________8. Use for leveling concrete. _____________9. Proportion of a class B mixture. _____________10. It is use for measuring aggregates. III. Computation: Show your solutions.20 pts each 1. Estimate how many bags of cement and parts of sand and gravel for a solar dryer measuring 20ft length, 15ft width and 5inch thick using class B mixtures. 2. Estimate the no. of sheets for a ceiling using 4 x8 plywood with an area to be covered of 25 length X25 width.

Horti 2(vegetables and Seed Production) Final Examination Name/course@yr_________________ Date_______ I. Multiple choice: Encircle the letter of your best answer. 2pts each 1. A seed which issued with red tag. a. foundation seed b. breeder seed c. red seed d. certified seed 2. It is also called the drying tolerant group that can tolerate drying as low as 5%seed moisture. a. intermediate b. recalcitrant seed c. orthodox seed d. hard seed 3. Methods of breaking dormancy by exposing the seeds to low temperature. a. pre-chilling b. freezing c. pre drying d. peeling off 4. The passive uptake of water by the seed. a. germination b. water imbibition c. germination process d. enzyme activation 5. The level of soil moisture at which wilted plants does not recover even humidity increasing at night. a. field capacity b. permanent wilting point c. water field capacity d. aeration II. Identification. Give the appropriate word/s of the following statements. _____________1. Fertilized ripened of a flowering plant have embryo and capable of germination. _____________2. The resumption of the active growth of the embryo that results the rupture of the seed coat and the emergence of young plants. _____________3. The growing point of germinated seed beneath the soil to soil surface. _____________4. It is the rest period of the seed. _____________5. The condition of the seed not to germinate due to absence of favorable condition necessary for germination. _____________6. The stage in the life cycle of the seed when development is complete. _____________7. A system of checking and guaranteeing various aspects of seed quality during the period of the seeds being multiplied and further handled. _____________8. The seed of vegetative propagating material directly produced or controlled by the originally plant breeder. _____________9. This is directly increased from breeder seeds. _____________10. The progeny of foundation seeds. _____________11. This class of seed is intended for the farmers use since it does not segregate anymore. _____________12. Seeds easily killed by drying mostly especially if their moisture content falls below the critical value ranging from 230%. _____________13. Known as primary, natural, inherent and endogenous dormancy. _____________14. Known as environmental dormancy and similar to quiescence. _____________15. The seed coat is thick or hard hence it prevents absorption of oxygen and water. _____________16. Results in dormancy because the immature embryo is enable to germinate. _____________17. Also known as induced dormancy. This is caused by thermo, photo and skate. _____________18. It is done by scratching or chipping the thick seed coat with knives, files sand papers etc. _____________19. It is done by exposing the seed in moist condition with oxygen for weeks to month in low temperature. _____________20. Exposing the seeds to a drying regime so that the seed moisture content is lost. _____________21. Growth is initiated by an increase in the size of root shoot axis. _____________22. The seedling starts to establish itself when it begins to take up water and able to photosynthesize. _____________23. During the germination the cotyledons are raised above the ground where they can contribute nutritive support to the growing points. _____________24. Seeds of most species are capable of germination long before complete development is attained. _____________25. The optimum moisture for germination in soils.