NOUN TMA Questions & Answers: CPT514 - Produce and Post Harvest Management

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NOUN TMA Questions & Answers: CPT514 - Produce and Post Harvest Management

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1 The package must be capable of doing all of the mentioned except,

exposing products

2 The four main types of mechanical damage are as below apart from one.

stonning

3 The following are outlined characteristics of packaging except,

to destroy

4 One the following is not amongst the the reasons why transportation Impact damage occurs,

suberization

5 Mechanical damage of fresh produce results in tissue darkening or colour changes on the skin of the commodity and markedly affects it􀳦??s the following nutritional and sensory uality,apart from

curing

6 The following are some of the Factors that govern the selection of a pre-cooling technology except,

number of wives

7 Importance of pre-cooling are described as follows except one:

increase temperature

8 Temperature management is important throughout the period between harvest and consumption in order to maintain good produce uality

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9 The act of preserving and keeping agricultural produce or any commodity for future use without necessarily losing its uality is known as

storage

10 Some of the Strategies for enhancing crop processing are as follows except one;

elimination of incipient

11 One of the following is not amongst the recognised Challenges of processing crop produce;

Size of land holding
Attitude of farmers
Level of income of farmer
*** None of the Options

12 A set of methods and techniues used to transform raw ingredients into food or to transform food into other forms for consumption by humans or animals either in the home or by the food processing industry is known as

food processing

13 Different types of food processing can be categorized as follows except for one,

temperature processing

14 An activity, which is performed to maintain or improve the uality or to change the form or characteristics of the agricultural product may be defined as

Agricultural processing

15 The following are three basic types of drying process: except one

hanging

16 Some of the Recent trends in Handling perishable produce are presented below apart from one,

Seals off stem scars

17 Some of the function of artificial waxing of produce is summarized below with the exception of one,

resting period

18 Fruits, vegetables, root, tubers and bulbs are subjected to the following preliminary treatments designed to improve appearance and maintain uality apart from one. isinfection, waxing,

family treatment

19 A post-harvest treatment that facilitates certain anatomical and physiological changes that can prolong the storage life of some root crops is known as

Curing

20 The following are some of the common Post-Harvest Treatments to Minimize Produce
Contamination and to Maximize uality except one,

physical exercise





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21 The fungi and bacteria species mentioned that are involved in decay problems associated with the post-harvest period may be considered as ;opportunistic pathogens.

opportunist pathogens

22 The following are common example of bacteria species except one, Erwinia, Bacillus and sometimes Clostridium)

viruses

23 One the following is not an example fungi species,

viruses

24 The production of suberin and its deposition in cell walls is refered to as.

suberization

25 The self-healing of wounds, cute and bruises is known as

curing

26 Maturity at time of harvest is an important factor in the keeping uality of horticultural products.

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27 Controlled atmosphere storage consists of placing a commodity in a gas-tight refrigerated chamber and allowing the natural respiration of the fruit to decrease the oxygen and increase the carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere in the chamber

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28 Post-harvest chemicals are classified into the following groups apart from one

stubborn chemical

29 Refrigeration does not destroy pathogens responsible for product deterioration but only slows their activity true/false

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30 The basic methods of control involve three different approaches without one

synthesis
31 One of the following is not a basic principle which must be correctly applied for successful refrigeration of perishable crops:

select only healthy products
timely cooling
otimal conditions for temperature and relative humidity
*** None of the Options

32 Some of the Technologies of Reducing Post harvest losses are as follows except

buying latest refrigator

33 The major environmental influences on the keeping uality of foods are the following except;

rainfall

34 The following are mention of Sites of postharvest losses apart from

planting stage

35 One of the following is not an example secondary cause of postharvest losses

lack of money

36 Governance-related causes of post harvest can include the following except,

holidaying

37 Technical causes of post harvest losses may include the following apart from one;

resting period

38 The major causes of post harvest losses are as follows except

family size causes

39 All of the following are the major elements of primary causes of loss except one;

physical

40 LOSS that means any change in the availability, edibility, wholesomeness or uality of the food that prevents it from being consumed by people is called.

postharvest loss




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41 when the pH is higher than 7, the soil is said to be,

alkaline

42 When the soil pH is less than 7, the soil is said to be acidic

acidic

43 When the soil pH is 7, the soil is said to be neutral.

neutral

44 Soil acidity is defined as, .

the measure of hydroxyl ion concentration in the soil

45 What can be described as the medium on which crops grow and maintain their existence. soil

soil

46 The following are Several soil factors can directly or indirectly affect the growth and development of crop,maturation and nutritional uality of crops, excepts, elationships.

inorganic matter content

47 Carbon dioxide is a raw material in what process in plants. photosynthesis.

photosynthesis

48 Oxygen is essential for what process in plants

respiration

49 The two elements found in the air that are of particular importance to the physiology of plants are;

oxygen and carbon dioxide

50 What percentage of this air is found in the atmosphere. 75%

75%

51 This climatic factor serves as a vector of pollen from one flower to another thus aiding in the process of pollination wind

wind

52 one of the mentioned below is not amongst the Three properties of sunshine climatic factor that affect plant growth and development day length or photoperiod.

size of the sun

53 what is the meaning of (DHA) temperatures

daily hourly average

54 Soil texture is the relative relations of the components of. sand, silt and clay

sand,silt and clay

55 Relative humidity (RH) can be defined as;the amount of water vapor in the air

the amount of water vapor in the air

56 The growing period for annual crops is the duration of the year when temperature, soil. water supply and other factors permit crop growth and development. True/false

TRUE

57 In general, at what temperature range do plants survive.0of 0 to 50oC

0-500 C

58 Temperature influences all the following plant growth processes other than

Sleeping

59 Rainfall climatic factor can be considered as an example of a form of what?precipitation

precipitation

60 THE following are Climatic factors considered in relation to maturity, ripening and senescence of crop, except,

weather



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61 when the pH is higher than 7, the soil is said to be,

alkaline

62 When the soil pH is less than 7, the soil is said to be acidic

acidic

63 When the soil pH is 7, the soil is said to be neutral.

neutral

64 Soil acidity is defined as, .

the measure of hydroxyl ion concentration in the soil

65 What can be described as the medium on which crops grow and maintain their existence. soil

soil

66 The following are Several soil factors can directly or indirectly affect the growth and development of crop,maturation and nutritional uality of crops, excepts, elationships.

inorganic matter content

67 Carbon dioxide is a raw material in what process in plants. photosynthesis.

photosynthesis

68 Oxygen is essential for what process in plants

respiration

69 The two elements found in the air that are of particular importance to the physiology of plants are;

oxygen and carbon dioxide

70 What percentage of this air is found in the atmosphere. 75%

75%

71 This climatic factor serves as a vector of pollen from one flower to another thus aiding in the process of pollination wind

wind

72 one of the mentioned below is not amongst the Three properties of sunshine climatic factor that affect plant growth and development day length or photoperiod.

size of the sun

73 what is the meaning of (DHA) temperatures

daily hourly average

74 Soil texture is the relative relations of the components of. sand, silt and clay

sand,silt and clay

75 Relative humidity (RH) can be defined as;the amount of water vapor in the air

the amount of water vapor in the air

76 The growing period for annual crops is the duration of the year when temperature, soil. water supply and other factors permit crop growth and development. True/false

TRUE


77 In general, at what temperature range do plants survive.0of 0 to 50oC

0-500 C

78 Temperature influences all the following plant growth processes other than

sleeping

79 Rainfall climatic factor can be considered as an example of a form of what?precipitation

precipitation

80 THE following are Climatic factors considered in relation to maturity, ripening and senescence of crop, except,

weather




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