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Question 1: [7][8] The tree can regenerate from a piece of ________ left in the soil.
RootPlantPlant stemFlowering plant

Question 2:

Question 3: Mesquite trees are also found in the Chihuahuan Desert of ________.
PhilippinesUnited StatesMexicoNicaragua

Question 4: [3] In many parts of Texas, particularly West and Central Texas, the proliferation of mesquite is blamed for lowering of ________ tables.
RiverGroundwaterAquiferHydrogeology

Question 5:
What kind of animal is a Mesquite?

Question 6: The species Prosopis pallida was introduced to ________ in 1828 and is now very common in the drier coastal parts of the islands, where it is called the Kiawe tree, which is a prime source of monofloral honey production.
United StatesHawaiiAlaskaFlorida

Question 7: The spines are tough enough to penetrate the soft soles of sneakers or similar footwear and can easily puncture ________.
AutomobileTireAirbagParking brake

Question 8: [4] However, ________ has had a greater effect on water consumption, in some cases even displacing existing mesquite.
PlantTamarixAlmondPistachio

Question 9: The tree's flowers provide a nectar source for bees to produce mesquite honey (________), which has a characteristic flavour.
BuckwheatMonofloral honeyNorthern nectar sources for honey beesEucalyptus

Question 10: Mesquite (from Nahuatl mizquitl) is a leguminous plant of the Prosopis genus found in Northern ________ and the Western United States as far North as the Sonoran desert.
PhilippinesMexicoNicaraguaSpain
















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