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Student Name _____________________________________________ Turfgrass Culture, ORH3222C Section 7982 and Grad. – Res. And Develop. in Turfgrass Sci. HOS6523 Section 5819 University of Florida - Davie http://grove.ufl.edu/~turf/turfcult/ Philip Busey, [email protected] 954-579-3932 (cell) September 28, 2009 Hour Test 1 (Multiple choice - circle the right answers, 3 points each) 1. The first known use of turfgrass was in: a) Bermuda b) British Isles c) Holland d) Japan e) St. Augustine 2. Which warm-season species has high recuperative ability, is responsive to high rates of N fertilization, and is suitable for full-sun environments? a) bermudagrass b) centipedegrass c) seashore paspalum d) tall fescue e) zoysiagrass 3. Good writing is good storytelling, which includes novelty, interest, and plausibility. Plausibility means: a) baffle them with statistics b) reusing phrases and longer passages from other authors c) speculating d) telling the sources of your information e) using the scientific method
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– Hour Test 1 - Univ. Florida - Davie Page 2 4. The most difficult thing to measure for irrigation budgeting is: a) Evapotranspiration b) Precipitation rate from a sprinkler system c) Radiant energy d) Rainfall e) Root available water 5. The production of carbon dioxide from turf, involving the consumption of carbohydrates, is from: a) evapotranspiration b) photosynthesis c) pollination d) respiration e) translocation 6. Basic tools for turfgrass culture, e.g., the lawn mower, were invented during: a) The American Revolution b) The Anglo-Prussian Trade Embargo c) The Digital Revolution d) The Industrial Revolution e) The Renaissance 7. The scientific name for Kentucky bluegrass is: a) Poa annua b) Poa arachnifera c) Poa pratensis d) Poa trivialis e) Stenotaphrum secundatum 8. Horizontal underground runners: a) culms b) inflorescences c) racemes d) rhizomes e) spikelets
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