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Savanna: Quiz


Question 1: For example, Native Americans created the ________ by periodically burning where fire-resistant plants were the dominant species.
Pre-Columbian savannas of North AmericaFire ecologyNative American use of fireEastern savannas of the United States

Question 2: Savannas can be associated with several types of ________.
Temperate grasslands, savannas, and shrublandsDeserts and xeric shrublandsBiomeTemperate broadleaf and mixed forests

Question 3: [6] Pine barrens in scattered locations from New Jersey to coastal ________ are remnants of these savannas.
Northeastern United StatesSouthern United StatesMidwestern United StatesNew England

Question 4: [3] In the Americas, savanna vegetation is similar from Mexico to South America and to the ________.
Trinidad and TobagoCaribbeanNorth AmericaLatin America

Question 5: Savannas around the world are also dominated by tropical grasses which use the C4 type of ________.
Cell wallPlantAlgaePhotosynthesis

Question 6: Aboriginal burning appears to have been responsible for the widespread occurrence of savanna in tropical ________ and New Guinea,[7] and savannas in India are a result of human fire use.
United KingdomBarbadosAustraliaCanada

Question 7: Early pastoralists used felling and girdling, the removal of a ring of ________ and sapwood, as a means of clearing land.
RootTreeBarkPlant stem

Question 8: Savannas are frequently seen as a transitional zone, occurring between forest and ________ or prairie.
SaharaAntarcticaDesertAtacama Desert

Question 9: The divergence has sometimes caused areas such as extensive savannas north and south of the Congo and ________ to be excluded from mapped savanna categories.
BrazilAmazon RainforestAmazon RiverPeru

Question 10: The savannas of Africa, including the ________, famous for its wildlife, are typical of this type.
Ngorongoro Conservation AreaSerengetiMasai MaraKenya

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