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 Agricultural Science Paper 1, May/June 2008
 Questions: 1 2 3 4 Main
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Question 4

• Identify specimens I, J and K.
• State three functions of each of specimens I, J and K to the animal. Name the process involved in preserving fresh quantity of specimen L.
• Give five products that can be produced from specimen L.
• [I1/2 marks] [9 marks] [2 marks]
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OBSERVATION
• This question was well-attempted by the candidates. In 4(a), majority of the candidates could identify specimens I (Piece of liver); J (piece of ruminant skin) and K (piece of rumen/part of ruminant stomach).
• In 4(b), although most of the candidates were able to state the functions of specimens I and J to the animal they could not state functions of specimen K to the animal. Similarly, in 4( c), majority of the candidates could not name the process involved in preserving fresh quantity of specimen L (Milk).