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The following are reasons for embarking on aquaculture, except

A. improving stocks in natural water bodies.
B. means of recycling waste.
C. production of bait fish for industrial fishing.
D. production of ornamental fishes.
E. recycling of hydro electricity.

Which of the following is not a benefit of fish industry?

A. Drug production    B. Economy    C. Employment   D. Food production   E. Pollution

Which of the following fish species exhibit parental care?

A. Carp    B. Electric fish    C. Lung fish    D. Niger perch    E. Tilapia

The function of the median fin is

A. balancing.    B. controlling.    C. directing.    D. floating.     E. paddling

A fish system with high level of control over its management is

A. extensive.    B. inclusive.    C. intensive.    D. semi extensive.    E. semi intensive.

Which of the following is not a parasite in fishery?

A. Fish louse    B. Fish rot    C. Leeches   D. Nematode    E. Worms

The diagram represents a

A. cast net.   B. gill net.   C. hand net.    D. hook and line.   E. trap.

Subsistence farming in fishery refers to the rearing of fish for

A. communal use.    B. entertainment.    C. family and sales.   D. family use only.   E. sales only.

Which of the labelled parts leads to the organ for detecting food?

A. I    B. II    C. III    D. IV    E. V

Fish belong to the group of animals called

A. coelenterata.    B. crustacea.    C. molusca.    D. pisces.    E. reptilia.

The act of putting fish in a pond for the purpose of rearing is called

A. fishing.    B. fixing.    C. lining.    D. loading.    E. stocking.

The culture system mostly practiced by fish farmers in Nigeria is

A. extensive.    B. inclusive.    C. intensive.    D. semi extensive.    E. semi intensive.

Factors contributing to fish spoilage include the following, except

A. colour.    B. handling.    C. size.    D. species.    E. temperature.

A herbivorous fish feeds on the following, except

A. algae.    B. diatoms.    C. grasses.    D. moluscs.   E. water hyacinth.

Example of a fish with lobed fin is

A. Heterobranchus bidorsalis.
B. Hetetobranchus longitilis.
C. Labeo spp.
D. Lates nitoticus.
E. Tilapia niloticus.

Cropping in fishery means the process of

A. breeding.    B. feeding.    C. harvesting.    D. producing.   E. rearing.

Which of the following is a fish sporting activity?

A. Boating    B. Feeding    C. Preserving    D. Smoking   E. Swimming

The mode of feeding in Nile perch is

A. carnivorous.    B. filtering.    C. herbivorous.    D. omnivorous.    E. sticking.

The skeleton of cartilaginous fish is

A. coarse.    B. elastic.    C. plastic.    D. simple.   E. tough.

A suitable place where fish lays egg is known as

A. brooding spot.
B. egg hatching spot.
C. labour ground.
D. nesting area.
E. spawning ground.

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