MCQs Agronomy [12]

1. __________ is growing of only one crop on a piece of land year after year.


2. The future food security mainly depends on _________Agriculture.


3. A region where total rainfall is less than evapotranspiration is called __________


4. In  _______ plant category, CO2 Fixation can occur in the Bundle sheath cells


5. __________ is the duration of time over which the crops mature and require irrigation, typically measured in days


6. __________ is a strategy of raising plants from a piece of land in such an order or succession that the fertility of land suffers minimally without compromising the profit of farmers.


7. __________ is the aggregate of atmospheric conditions over a long period of time


8. __________ is the ratio of actual cultivated area to total farm area over a year.


9. _______ is a crop planted as a second crop after the first crop has reached its reproductive stage of growth but before it is ready for harvest.


10. How can machine learning be used to optimize irrigation practices?


11. __________ is the removal of excess surface or groundwater from the root zone of a crop utilizing surface or sub-surface drains.


12. _______ is the primary function of phytochromes in the photoperiodic mechanism of plants.


13. __________ is a group of crops grown for their edible seed and belong to family Poaceae


14. __________ describes the relationship between irrigation water flow and its commanded area where crops mature fully with that amount of water within a base period


15. In  _______ plant category, Photorespiration is very low


16. ____________ is a system in which only crops that requires cultivation of the soil are grown


17. Which of the following is NOT a factor influencing the photoperiodic response in plants?


18. __________ is the state of inhibited germination of seed with viable embryo in conditions conducive to plant growth


19. _______ of the following is a physiological process affected by the photoperiod mechanism.


20. ____________ is a phenomenon involving the release of certain chemicals from plant parts into the environment which may suppress or improve the germination or growth of the plants in the neighborhood


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