[50 Test Answers] LEPT Reviewer: Agriculture and Fishery Arts Major, Part 1

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Here is Part 1 of our review materials for the upcoming Licensure Exam for Professional Teachers (LEPT) majoring in Agriculture and Fishery Arts.

This practice test containing 50 questions will allow you to view which areas your strengths lie and areas of improvement to pass the exam.

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(For Questions 1–4) A farmer wanted to increase the number of mango trees on his farm. He wants to have 20 trees with the genetic qualities of the parent plant and another 20 trees with the parent’s genetic markers as the rootstock while using another variety as the scion. He also wanted to have 5 trees using 3 different varieties as scions.

Question 1. What type of plant propagation is the farmer using here?
A. Sexual Propagation
B. Asexual Propagation✅
C. Veneer Grafting
D. Tongue Propagation

Question 2. Which method of propagation is referred to in the third sentence?
A. Inarching grafting
B. Bank Grafting✅
C. Splice Grafting
D. Saddle Grafting

Question 3. In the second sentence, which method of propagation can be used?
A. Mound Layering
B. Tip Layering
C. Composite Layering
D. Air Layering✅

Question 4. The following method of propagation can be used to achieve what is needed in the third sentence, EXCEPT?
A. approach grafting
B. tongue grafting
C. root grafting✅
D. saddle grafting

(For Question 5–7) A butterfly sips the nectar of the flower. In so doing, the pollen grains of the flower get attached to its legs. After a while, it flies and lands on another flower. The pollen it carries falls into the pistil of the second flower, thus enabling fertilization and sexual reproduction of plants.

Question 5. Which process is described above?
A. Propagation
B. Sterilization
C. Pollination✅
D. Pigmentation

Question 6. What is the function of the butterfly in the process described above?
A. Consumer
B. Merchandiser
C. Retailer
D. Agent✅

Question 7. Can humans be agents of pollination like the butterfly described above?
A. Yes, we can.✅
B. No, we can’t
C. Maybe, we can
D. Of course, we can’t

Question 8. Which type of pollination DOES NOT involve other organisms acting as agents?
A. Biotic
B. Abiotic✅
C. Anemophily
D. Hydrophily

Question 9. Which type of pollination involves wind as the agent?
A. Biotic
B. Abiotic
C. Anemophily✅
D. Hydrophily

Question 10. What is meant by a 15-30-15 fertilizer?
A. 15 parts Nitrogen, 30 parts Potassium, 15 parts Phosphorous
B. 15 parts Nitrogen, 30 parts Phosphorous, 15 parts Potassium✅
C. 15 parts Nitrogen, 30 parts Magnesium Sulfate, 15 parts Potassium
D. 15 parts Nitrogen, 30 parts Manganese, 15 parts Potassium

Question 11. What nutrients are usually lacking from the soil because plants consume them in big quantities?
A. Betanutrients
B. Macronutrients✅
C. Giganutrients
D. Micronutrients

Question 12. Which is a protective covering made of either sawdust, moss, compost, gravel paper, or a combination, spread, or left on the ground to enrich the soil?
A. Mulch✅
B. Greenery
C. Fertilizer
D. Cover copping

Question 13. Which terms refer to the arrangement of leaves on a stem?
A. Venation
B. Philotaxy
C. Phyllotaxy✅
D. Pyllotaxy

Question 14. Which plants grow on another plant are not parasitic? They usually derive physical support from the host and obtain nourishment from the air and other sources.
A. Halophytes
B. Epiphytes✅
C. Lithophytes
D. Mesophytes

Question 15. Which gas is released during photosynthesis?
A. Carbon Dioxide
B. Hydrogen
C. Nitrogen
D. Oxygen✅

Question 16. Which are woody climbing or twining plants?
A. Herbs
B. Lianas✅
C. Vines
D. Shrubs

Question 17. Which of the following has a parallel leaf venation?
A. Onion✅
B. Alugbati
C. Cabbage
D. Amaranth

Question 18. Which organism fertilizer is made from decayed plants and animals?
A. Night Soil
B. Green Manure
C. Mutch
D. Compost✅

Question 19. The following are characteristics of sexual propagation, EXCEPT _____.
A. reproduction of plants with the use of seeds
B. the shorter number of years to produce the desired seed✅
C. union of pollen and egg to produce seed
D. Possible improvement of plant’s character

Question 20. Which type of soil has approximately 20–40 % sand, 1852% silt, and 2740% clay?
A. Clay loam soil✅
B. Silt loam soil
C. Sandy loam soil
D. Sandy soil

Question 21. The following are the reasons for plant propagation, EXCEPT _____.
A. to prevent extinction of plant species
B. to retain the desirable characteristics of the mother plant
C. t produce inferior strains and disease-susceptible plants✅
D. to multiply or increase the number of pants rapidly

Question 22. All of the following crops are monoecious EXCEPT _____.
A. ampalaya
B. patani
C. patola
D. papaya✅

Question 23. Which of the following ornamental plants is used by landscapes to cover lawns?
A. Cut flowers
B. Orchid
C. Hedge
D. Turf✅

Question 24. From which of the following crops is Barong Tagalog made?
A. Abaca
B. Anahaw
C. Pinya✅
D. Kapole

Question 25. Which plants maintain their leaves throughout the year?
A. Evergreen✅
B. Deciduous
C. Monoecious
D. Dioecious

Question 26. Which is referred to as the hard covering of a seed.
A. Seed coat✅
B. Test
C. Flesh
D. Cotelydon

Question 27. Which of the following is NOT one of the importance of plant classification?
A. Complicates plant collection initiatives, research, breeding, and specialized development efforts✅
B. Facilitates efficient communication, dissemination, and retrieval of scientific information
C. Helps in intergeneric grafting of Solanaceae
D. Indicates the similarities of crops in their uses, adaptation growth habits, and methods of culture.

Question 28. Which is the transfer of pollen from the anther of one flower to the stigma of another flower in separate plants?
A. Self-pollination
B. Cross-pollination✅
C. Mono-pollination
D. Dual-pollination

Question 29. Which refers to the propagation of fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants?
A. Crop Production
B. Farm Engineering
C. Horticulture✅
D. Agricultural Economics

Question 30. Which Latin words mean “field cultivation”?
A. Ager cultura✅
B. Flos cultura
C. Proventus cultura
D. Ager cultural

Question 31. Where were the earliest planned sowing and harvesting of plants discovered through
archeological excavation?

A. China
B. Fertile crescent of Egypt and India✅
C. Summeria
D. Pakistan

Question 32. Which is the scientific art of systematic production of useful plants and animals for man’s use and consumption through human management?
A. Farming
B. Agriculture✅
C. Horticulture
D. Crop production

Question 33. These crops are referred to as “garden crops” They are annual and perennial crops that are grown under an intensive system of culture and utilized with high moisture content, and therefore, perishable.
A. Agronomic crops
B. Solanaceous crops
C. Cole crops
D. Horticultural crops✅

Question 34. Which pasture and forage are grown, cut, fermented, and preserved before being fed to animals?
A. Spoilage crops
B. Beverage crops
C. Silage crops✅
D. Cereal or Grain crops

Question 35. The following are examples of Cole crops EXCEPT _____.
A. squash✅
B. lettuce
C. cabbage
D. pechay

Question 36. Which of the following are the two classifications of simple fruits?
A. Monoecious and dioecious
B. Aggregate and multiple
C. Herbaceous and woody
D. Dry and flesh✅

Question 37. Which grafting method is used to bypass a damaged area of a tree trunk?
A. Approach grafting
B. Bark grafting
C. Inarching grafting✅
D. Side-veneer grafting

Question 38. Which type of soil has 23–50% sand, and 5–27% clay, It is soft. Smooth, gritty, and feels like plastic. It forms a mold when dry but requires careful handling and can be handled freely without breaking when moist.
A. Sandy soil
B. Loam soil✅
C. Sandy loam soil
D. Clay soil\

Question 39. Which accessories are pulled by animals or mounted on machinery to make work easier?
A. Farm tools
B. Farm machines
C. Farm equipment
D. Farm Implements✅

Question 40. The following are examples of parasitic plants, EXCEPT _____.
A. Cattleya✅
B. Dodder
C. Mistletoe
D. Lichens

Question 41. Which of the following is NOT one of the tools in nursery operations?
A. Nursery Calendar
B. Nursery Inventory
C. Plant Development Register
D. Water supply✅

Question 42. Which of the processes of transferring young and tender seedlings from seedbeds into containers? It is carried out when the seedlings reach a height of 2cm.
A. Potting
B. Hardening
C. Picking out✅
D. Planting

Question 43. Soil erosion is caused by improper planning and arranging of furrows along the land slopes.
A. Sheet erosion
B. Gully erosion
C. Rill erosion✅
D. Stream-bank erosion

Question 44. Which are herbaceous climbing or twinning plants without self-supporting stems?
A. Lianas
B. Vines✅
C. Herbs
D. Shrubs

Question 45. Which refers to any crops that are intended by the grower to become his main source of income.
A. Main crops✅
B. Intercrops
C. Nursery crops
D. Cash crops

Question 46. Which are crops from the regrowth of shoots retained on the plants after harvest?
A. Filler crops
B. Ratoon crops✅
C. Relay crops
D. Catch crops

Question 47. Which tool in nursery operations keeps track of the species and numbers of seedlings in the different stages of development?
A. Nursery Calendar
B. Plant Development Register
C. Nursery Inventory✅
D. Records of Experiments

Question 48. Which are the most essential resources for all life on the planet?
A. Food
B. Clothing
C. Medicine
D. Water✅

Question 49. Which type of irrigation is also known as trickle irrigation, micro irrigation, or localized irrigation?
A. Drip irrigation✅
B. Cub-irrigation
C. Sprinkle irrigation
D. Manual irrigation

Question 50. What are all the advantages of sprinkler irrigation? EXCEPT _____.
A. Mobility of the system
B. less problem of clogging on the nozzle due to sediment-laden water
C. greater conductive micro-climate
D. minimized fertilizer and nutrient loss due to localized application and reduced leaching✅

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