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Agriculture Questions Set 4

Agriculture Questions Set-4

1. The following are modern techniques in biotechnology except:

  • Bioinformatics
  • Vaccine technology
  • Diagnostics
  • Tissue and cell culture

2. The name cereal is derived from the name of the most important grain deity:

  • The Roman Goddess Venus
  • The Roman Goddess Ceres
  • The Roman God Of Soul
  • The Xeres God of Israel

3. It is the classification of farming system based on type and intensity of rotation, water supply, cropping patterns, and animal activities and degree of commercialization:

  • Cultivation
  • Grassland utilization
  • Collection
  • Fallow

4. Which does not belong to the group?

  • Centro
  • Seratro
  • Stylo
  • Paragrass

5. The following are types of shifting cultivation systems except:

  • Intercropping system
  • Migration system
  • Vegetative system
  • Clearance system

6. An example of a small fruit is:

  • अनानास
  • Lanzones
  • इमली
  • Duhat

7. Which of the following methods of crop improvement is not commonly used due to difficulty in identifying the change in the desired trait?

  • Plant introduction
  • Introgression
  • चयन
  • Hybridization

8. Momordica charantia and Sechium edule are examples of the family:

  • कुकुर्बिटेसी
  • मालवेसी
  • Moringaceae
  • Compositae

9. A basis of hybrid crosses wherein a hybrid is crossed to one of its parents to improve lines or cultivars that excel in most desirable characteristics but lack one or a few:

  • Polycross
  • Top cross
  • Double cross
  • Backcross

10. This is the scientific name of rambutan:

  • Nephelium lappaceum
  • Durio discolor
  • Artocarpus altilis
  • Averrhoa balimbi

11. A type of dormancy wherein the new embryo stops growing while still attached to the parent plant thus, preventing the seeds from germinating viviparously even after the ripe seed is shed off or harvested:

  • Innate dormancy
  • Induced dormancy
  • Enforced dormancy
  • Forced dormancy

12. It is a class of seeds whose genetic identity and purity of the variety are maintained. This type of seed is the source of all certified seed classes either directly or through registered seed. It is issued with red tags:

  • Certified seed
  • Breeder seed
  • Foundation seed
  • Registered seed

13. The enlarged, fleshy root of some plants like Daucus carota, Ipomea batatas, Raphanus sativus, etc., are examples of modified roots doing the function:

  • Water absorption
  • Food storage
  • Anchorage
  • All of these

14. It is the result of the union of male and female gametes, which results in the formation of seeds and the creation of individuals with new genotype. This usually results in the increased vigor or growth of hybrid progeny in relation to the average of the parent known as:

  • किस्में
  • Pedigree
  • Offspring
  • Heterosis

15. A type of sclerenchyma that is short and more or less cuboidal in shape that imparts a gritty feeling when fruits containing them are eaten is called:

  • Fibers
  • Strings
  • Sclereids
  • Tracheids

16. The competition of the different parts of a plant for water, nutrients, light, etc. is known as:

  • Interplant competition
  • Interspecific competition
  • Intraspecific competition
  • Intraplant competition

17. Stems of monocot plants are generally smaller compared to dicot plants because of the absence of meristematic tissue called:

  • Cork cambium
  • Cortex
  • Phellogen
  • Vascular cambium

18. Biological diversity is the total variability within all the living organisms and the ecological complexes they inhabit. Which of the following is not a level of biodiversity?

  • Human interference
  • Species
  • पारिस्थितिकी तंत्र
  • Genetic diversity

19. A strengthening tissue present in the plant that can be extracted and transformed into economic products like rope, jute jack, cotton balls, or cloth is:

  • Aerenchyma
  • Collenchyma
  • Sclereids
  • Fibers

20. A type of plant propagation wherein formation of adventitious roots or buds occurs before separation of the propagule from the parent plant:

  • ग्राफ्टिंग
  • Marcotting
  • Cloning
  • Inarching

21. Several plants have the characteristic of becoming leafless during a year’s growth. These plants that shed off their leaves are called:

  • Monoecious
  • Dioecious
  • Deciduous
  • Foliaceous

22. The young plant that develops inside the seed is called:

  • Seed coat
  • Embryo
  • Endosperm
  • Perisperm

23. Which of the following strategies is least likely to improve crop yield in saline soils?

  • Developing salt-tolerant crop varieties through genetic modification
  • Increasing the frequency of irrigation with saline water to leach salts from the root zone
  • Applying gypsum to the soil to improve soil structure and reduce salinity
  • Implementing proper drainage systems to remove excess salts from the soil

24. Which of the following processes involves the conversion of nitrogen gas from the atmosphere into a form that plants can use?

  • Nitrogen fixation
  • Denitrification
  • Ammonification
  • Nitrification

25. The process by which water is transported from the roots to the leaves of plants is called:

  • Transpiration
  • Respiration
  • Photosynthesis
  • Translocation

26. A plant that has separate male and female plants is referred to as:

  • Monoecious
  • Dioecious
  • Hermaphroditic
  • Androgynous

27. The primary macronutrient responsible for promoting root development in plants is:

  • नाइट्रोजन
  • फास्फोरस
  • पोटेशियम
  • Calcium

28. Which of the following best describes “allelopathy” in plants?

  • Mutual beneficial relationship
  • One plant benefits while the other is harmed
  • Competition for resources
  • Release of chemicals that inhibit the growth of other plants

29. The study of insects that affect crop production is known as:

  • Pathology
  • Entomology
  • Agronomy
  • Ecology

30. The process of improving crop varieties by selecting and breeding plants with desirable traits is known as:

  • Genetic engineering
  • Cross-pollination
  • Plant breeding
  • Hybridization

31. The part of the plant where photosynthesis primarily takes place is:

  • जड़
  • Stems
  • Leaves
  • फूल

32. The movement of genetic material between organisms other than by the “vertical” transmission of DNA from parent to offspring is called:

  • Horizontal gene transfer
  • Genetic mutation
  • Genetic recombination
  • Vertical gene transfer

33. The primary function of the root hairs on a plant’s root system is:

  • Anchorage
  • Absorption of water and nutrients
  • Photosynthesis
  • Reproduction

34. The symbiotic relationship between fungi and plant roots that enhances nutrient uptake is known as:

  • Nitrogen fixation
  • Mycorrhizae
  • Parasitism
  • Commensalism

35. Which type of soil structure is most ideal for plant growth?

  • Single grain
  • Blocky
  • Platy
  • Granular

36. The process by which plants lose water vapor through small openings on their leaves is called:

  • Transpiration
  • Evaporation
  • Condensation
  • Precipitation

37. Which of the following is a micronutrient required by plants?

  • नाइट्रोजन
  • फास्फोरस
  • पोटेशियम
  • Zinc

38. The practice of growing different types of crops in the same area in sequential seasons is called:

  • Monocropping
  • Crop rotation
  • Intercropping
  • Agroforestry

39. Which type of pest control uses natural predators or parasites to manage pest populations?

  • Chemical control
  • Biological control
  • Mechanical control
  • Cultural control

40. The process of breeding and selecting plants for specific traits to create new plant varieties is known as:

  • Hybridization
  • Genetic modification
  • Plant breeding
  • Cross-pollination

41. Which of the following plant hormones is primarily responsible for cell division and growth?

  • Auxin
  • Gibberellin
  • Cytokinin
  • Ethylene

42. The primary function of stomata in plant leaves is:

  • Absorption of water
  • Gas exchange
  • Nutrient uptake
  • Reproduction

43. The practice of controlling the amount and timing of irrigation to maximize crop yield and water use efficiency is known as:

  • बूंद से सिंचाई
  • बाढ़ सिंचाई
  • Irrigation scheduling
  • स्प्रिंकलर सिंचाई

44. The primary carbohydrate produced by plants during photosynthesis is:

  • Sucrose
  • Glucose
  • Fructose
  • Lactose

45. The transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma of a flower is known as:

  • उर्वरक
  • परागन
  • अंकुरण
  • प्रसार के तरीके

46. Which of the following is a primary benefit of crop rotation?

  • Increased yield every year
  • Reduced soil erosion
  • Reduced need for pesticides
  • Reduced water use

47. Which of the following best describes a “cover crop”?

  • A crop grown to be harvested for food
  • A crop grown to be harvested for fiber
  • A crop grown to protect and improve the soil
  • A crop grown to be harvested for fuel

48. Which type of symbiotic relationship is most commonly found between legumes and nitrogen-fixing bacteria?

  • Commensalism
  • Parasitism
  • Mutualism
  • Amensalism

49. Which of the following processes is primarily responsible for water movement within plants?

  • Transpiration
  • Capillary action
  • Osmosis
  • Diffusion

50. The primary purpose of the xylem tissue in plants is:

  • Transport of food
  • Transport of water and minerals
  • Photosynthesis
  • Reproduction

51. The process of converting atmospheric nitrogen into a form usable by plants is known as:

  • Nitrification
  • Denitrification
  • Nitrogen fixation
  • Ammonification

52. Which of the following is an essential macronutrient for plant growth?

  • Iron
  • Boron
  • Magnesium
  • Zinc

53. The green pigment in plants responsible for capturing light energy for photosynthesis is called:

  • Carotene
  • Xanthophyll
  • Chlorophyll
  • Anthocyanin

54. Which process is responsible for the conversion of light energy into chemical energy in plants?

  • Respiration
  • Transpiration
  • Photosynthesis
  • किण्वन

55. The movement of water through a plant from roots to leaves due to capillary action and transpiration is called:

  • Osmosis
  • Translocation
  • Water potential
  • Water movement

56. Which term describes the symbiotic association between plant roots and fungi?

  • Rhizobia
  • Mycorrhiza
  • Nodulation
  • Cyanobacteria

57. Which soil pH range is considered optimal for most crop growth?

  • 4.5 – 5.5
  • 5.5 – 7.0
  • 7.0 – 8.5
  • 8.5 – 9.5

58. The primary role of phosphorus in plant growth is:

  • Photosynthesis
  • Root development
  • Chlorophyll production
  • Protein synthesis

59. Which process is essential for the conversion of atmospheric nitrogen into a form that plants can absorb?

  • Ammonification
  • Nitrification
  • Nitrogen fixation
  • Denitrification

60. The part of the plant responsible for producing seeds is the:

  • Leaf
  • Stem
  • Flower
  • Root

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