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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Biomes Questions

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Grade 10 Biomes
This biome has four seasons.
  1. desert
  2. tropical rainforest
  3. grassland
  4. temperate deciduous forest
Grade 10 Biomes
Earth's coldest and harshest biome is the
  1. tropical seasonal forest.
  2. taiga.
  3. temperate forest.
  4. tundra.
Grade 10 Biomes
From the map of Canada found below, identify what the dashed line represents on the map?
  1. The beginning of the Arctic Circle
  2. The tree line
  3. The region winter temperatures begin to reach -40°C
  4. Where the Boreal forest ends and the deciduous forest begins
Grade 10 Biomes
All life on Earth exists in
  1. the biosphere.
  2. ecology.
  3. a biome.
  4. an ecosystem.
Grade 10 Biomes
A rain forest is an example of a(n)
  1. organic molecule.
  2. ecosystem.
  3. controlled experiment.
  4. electron transport chain.
Grade 10 Biomes
Permafrost characterizes the biome
  1. savanna.
  2. tundra.
  3. taiga.
  4. boreal forest.
Grade 10 Biomes
Biomes are determined based on what two factors?
  1. abiotic and biotic factors
  2. average temperature and average precipitation
  3. amount of sunlight and nutrient availability
  4. average carbon dioxide emissions and average rainfall
Grade 10 Biomes
Permafrost is characteristic of the
  1. tundra.
  2. temperate forest.
  3. desert.
  4. tropical rain forest.
Grade 10 Biomes
Grade 10 Biomes
When one biome comes in contact with another biome; a transition or change of characteristics happens from one biome to another. Using a tundra-Boreal forest transition zone, select the correct name and the characteristics you should observe as the biome’s characteristics change.
  1. Tundra-Boreal forest transition; coniferous trees appear and tree density increases; short trees and willows change to taller thick coniferous trees; barren ground is replaced by increased levels of vegetation and shrubs; lichens-moss stop appearing and grasses appear, and summer temperatures start to increase.
  2. Tundra-Boreal forest change; sand and cactuses appear; ground water becomes scarce; temperatures begin to vary greatly between night and day, and soils become coarse in texture.
  3. Tundra-Boreal forest ecotone; coniferous trees appear and tree density increases; short trees and willows change to taller thick coniferous trees; barren ground is replaced by increased levels of vegetation and shrubs; lichens-moss stop appearing and grasses appear, and temperatures during the summer start to increase.
  4. Tundra-Boreal forest biome; shrubs and tall trees appear; ground area becomes very shaded; dramatic increase in rainfall and humidity; temperatures rise rapidly; soil is nutrient-poor; and greater diversity of species.
Grade 10 Biomes
Which characteristics are found in a tundra biome?
  1. Cold climate, low biotic diversity, simple vegetation, short growing and reproductive season, and great changes in populations.
  2. Temperatures vary greatly between day and night; drought resistant plants, high evaporation rates, and little rain fall.
  3. Very high annual rain fall, high average temperatures, nutrient-poor soil, and large range of species.
  4. Winters with snowfall are very cold, warm-rainy-humid summers, millions of insects in summer time, and mainly populated by coniferous trees.
Grade 10 Biomes
Elephants, bison, rhinoceros, and lions live in this biome.
  1. tundra
  2. grassland
  3. tropical rainforest
  4. desert
Grade 10 Biomes
The water in an estuary is
  1. a mixture of fresh water and salt water.
  2. salt water only.
  3. poor in nutrients.
  4. fresh water only.
Grade 10 Biomes
The two most important characteristics that influence land biomes are
  1. salinity and temperature.
  2. precipitation and depth.
  3. salinity and latitude.
  4. temperature and precipitation.
Grade 10 Biomes
Plants such as cacti, dragon trees, and aloe plants are found in which biome?
  1. grassland
  2. tundra
  3. desert
  4. temperate deciduous forest
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