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FFA Quizbowl - Person 2?
FFA, Plants, Animal's Gestation & Terms
Terms in this set (190)
What type of plants complete their life cycle in 2 growing seasons?
What animals are judged in livestock CDEs?
Beef, Swine, and Sheep
Born without horns
A sheep that has been sheared
What distinguishes a horse as being a bay?
Black mane, tail, and black points
What is biomass?
The total amount of material a plant produces
What type of plant completes its life cycle in two years?
What is a pig that has had a litter of pigs called?
What are some functions of roots?
Firm anchor, take up water nutrients, stored food
What are the two basic types of root systems?
Fibrous and Taproot
What are the five main colors of horses?
Bay, brown, black, white, chestnut
What breed of dairy cow produces the most Butterfat?
What are some soil structures?
Prismasic, colainner, angular blocky, subangular blocky, granular, crumb
What is the proper term for warm blooded animals?
What is the name f the small opening on the leaf?
Stomata / Stomate
What is the scientific name for beef?
What is the female bovine that has not yet given birth?
What is the average gestation period of a mare?
330 days / 11 months
What is the gestation period of a cow?
283 days / 9 months
What breed of dairy cow has the highest milk production?
Which breed of sheep is noted for having an extremely fine grading fleece?
What is the average gestation period in ewes?
Around 150 days
What is the term for a bred dairy heifer which has not yet calved?
What are the three main parts of a seed?
Embryo, endosperm, seed coat
The principal root of a plant is called?
What is a castrated male bovine called?
What is the most common limiting amino acid in swine nutrition?
What is the scientific term for an increase in the size of cells in an organism?
What underground geological formation holds and transmits water?
On average, how long is a cow's Estrous Cycle?
What measurement combined with the age of the animal is used to determine the frame score of cattle?
What is known as the true stomach in cattle?
The male parent of any four-legged animal
What two factors affect age of puberty?
Breed and Environmental factors
What is the average gestation period for sows?
What is a castrated male horse called?
At what weight does a pig become a hog?
What is a female pig called before she has a litter of piglets?
What is the gestation period of swine?
3 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days
How long do mares stay in heat?
What is the most common method of breeding dairy cows?
What is the gestation period of a pig?
114 Days (3 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days)
A young female horse is called a
What is a male turkey called?
If horses are quine and cows are bovine, what are sheep?
Name the process where sows are fed 20% more prior to breeding?
What country leads the world in cattle inventory?
What seep breed has black face and legs?
What is the gestation period of a sheep?
147 days / 5 Months - 5 Days
What is a sexually male sheep?
What is the common term for a young goat?
Which breed of cattle is most noted for high lean gain and extremely muscular carcasses?
A plant that fixes its own nitrogen is called a
What is the bacteria that lines on the alfaifa root that actually fixes the nitrogen?
Charlois is a breed of what species of livestock?
What is the part of the leaf which encircles the stem?
What is the physical condition when the front leg of a sheep is bent slightly forward?
Name the main egg-laying chicken breed
What is the latin name for beef cattle?
What type of plant water loss occurs through the leaves?
What are Mully calves?
Calves with no horns
Which breed of dairy cow is the smallest?
What is a castrated male sheep called?
An uncastrated male hog
What time of year do ewes breed?
Fall; they are short day breeders
In swine feed rations, what is the most common protein supplement?
A rambouillet is an example of what kind of wool type?
What two areas are sheep divided into in the U.S.?
Farm flock and range
A castrated male hog
What is the vascular tissue that envelops the fetus in the uterus?
How long is a hank? (A hank refers to spinning count in wool)
What is the function of stomates?
To regulate the flow of air and water vapor in and out of leaves
What is the most common breed of sheep that produces a fine grading fleece and has a low maintenance requirement?
What are the 2 different categories of vitamins?
Fat soluble and water soluble
What are some invader grasses?
Tumbling Russian Thistle, Cheat Grass, and Canadian Thistle
What is the highest ranking group of motions?
What has to be accomplished to earn your Greenhand Degree?
Know FFA Creed & Motto, be enrolled in a Ag class, plan for SAE,
The official FFA jacket was introduced by members of what chapter?
What National FFA region is Colorado in?
Which degrees are given by the Chapter?
Greenhand and Chapter Farmer
Which degree is given by the National Organization?
Which degree is given by the State Association?
1st National Leadership Conference for state officers was help in what year?
How many Proficiency Awards are available?
How many areas are there in the state judging contest?
When was National FFA week established?
Name three main levels of the FFA Organization
Chapter, State, National
What type of pant tissue is responsible for distributing the products of photosynthesis down the plant?
What are some renewable resources?
Water, Soil, Trees, Plants, Animals
What breed of dairy cattle in the most popular in the United State?
The term for the process of giving birth in all equine animals is called
The branch of horticulture that studies the production of ornamental flowers is
What are the three basic flower parts of a perfect flower?
Staman, Pistol, Petal
The largest soil particle is
The smallest soil particle is
The flower, stems, and leaves that are cut from plants and used in decorative arrangements are referred to as
What nutrient stimulates root development?
What nutrient stimulates root growth?
How long do chicken eggs have to be incubated?
What are the three female parts that make up the pistil in plants?
Stigma, Style, Ovary
What is the process called when pollen attaches to the silk of a corn plant?
Which type of plant lose their leaves every year and grow new ones?
What form of grafting involves taking a single bud from one plant and inserting it into the stem tissue of another plant?
The study of animal behavior is called
What is the term for water that is stored within the earth and supplies wells and springs?
What is the term for a sexually mature female sheep?
What is the proper term for a female donkey?
What is an adult female fowl?
Which type of seed has one cotyledon?
Which part of a seed forms the root system of the plant?
Which animal species has two ceca?
What is the embankment or ridge of earth constructed on the contour of a slope to slow runoff and minimize erosion?
Mature equine that has had offspring
What is the protoplasm of cells mostly composed of?
What is the proper term for the state of full bloom for flowering plants?
What is the common term for a male chicken?
What type of plant has male and female parts located on the same plant?
What is the common name for organic matter in the soil?
What is the term for an underground stem that grows horizontally?
What term pertains to organisms that grow only in the presence of oxygen?
What percent of soil is organic matter?
What type of roost is common in a monocot plant?
What is the gestation period in goats?
150 days / 5 months
What is called when an animal's back feet are splayed out and hocks are turned in?
What is the proper term for an animal that is one year old?
Can pigs sweat?
What is the first stage of active cell reproduction?
Cytokinins cause what to happen in plants?
What is the term for a horse that weighs 500-900 lbs at maturity?
What is one season's yield of wool?
What process use electricity to make hole in cell membranes, allowing genes form other sources to be inserted in the cell nucleus?
Which form of cell division produces gametes?
What is a sexually developed female horse?
What is the common name of a female parent of any four-legged animal?
What term refers to the downward movement of water through the soil?
What group of products can be given to animals to influence the balance of bacteria in their digestive systems?
What is the most valuable by-product from sheep?
Hide or sheep pelts
What is the name for the part of the year when plants are not growing?
What are the small, raised, corky spots on young bark stems?
Name the term for entry of water into soil
Which type of floral arangement is most common at funerals
What is the clean, waxy material that tends to make plant surfaces water proof?
What is the highest level of scientific classifications to which all plant belong?
In soil, what allows for passage of water, oxygen for roots, and space for roots to grow?
Which plant pest leaves a cottony material in the leaf axils and along the leaf veins?
What tin layer of cells divide the xylem and phloem and gives rise to secondary growth?
What is the name of the fleece of an Angora goat?
Swine skins can be used in the treatment of what human ailment?
What is the most abundant plant carbohydrate?
The fineness of wool is measured in
Which type of plant vascular tissue conducts raw materials up the plant?
What type of gas do dying flowers and rotting foliage produce?
What type of genes are neither dominant nor recessive?
What is the role of the stamen in plant reproduction?
Reducing a felled tree into marketable sized logs is called
Which farm animals heat valves can be used to replace damaged human valves?
Swine & Cows
A young male horse or donkey is called a
What is the term for shorn wool that has not yet been cleaned?
What do you call a mature male goose?
What is a soil with nearly equal amounts of sand, silt, and clay called?
In a Mendelian chart representing potential flower size what would a capital "T" represent?
What is a baby turkey called?
Name the process of accelerating flowering by manipulating environmental conditions?
What is the science of plant classification and naming?
What type of scientist studies water?
Name the three secondary plant macro-nutrients
Calcium, Magnesium, and Sulfur
What type of asexual reproduction uses short sections of a plant stem for propagation?
All areas between dry uplands and open water including marshes, swamps, and bogs are referred to as what?
Wetlands / Riparian
What is it called when a seed (or a similar structure) begins to sprout and grow?
What classification of a tree is a Blue Spruce?
A system made up of a community of plants and animals that are dependent to one another is known as an?
What is an abnormal reduction or loss of the normal green coloration of leaves by plants, typically due to an iron deficiency?
To remove salt from water or soil is known as?
What is the state tree of Colorado?
Materials or substances such as minerals, forests, water, and fertile land that occur in nature and can be used for economic gain are known as?
What is the sweet fluid produced by flowers that attracts pollinators?
Which fruit has its seeds on the outside?
What is the process of separating the grain from the rest of a plant called?
What is a multi celled organism that feeds off of a dead or decaying organism?
What is a male rabbit called?
What type of soil particle percolates water the fastest?
On a soil horizon, what does an O layer represent?
Horizon of decomposed and undecomposed organic matter
What season grass is Bermuda grass is an example of?
What are two types of stems in plants that grow above ground?
Woody or Herbaceous
What is the technical name for chemicals that control weeds?
What is the male reproductive part of the plant?
What are the three main parts of a tree?
Crown, trunk, roots
What are the 6 steps in the water cycle?
Evaporation, Condisation, Precipitation, Runoff, Infiltration, Transpiration
What "bean" plays an important role in the production of a crayon?
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