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APHG Ch 10 Agriculture review. Roughly what % of the world are farmers?. A: 50% B: 25% C: 66% D: 75%. Roughly what % of the world are farmers?. A: 50% B: 25% C: 66% D: 75%. Most of the wheat grown in the American grain region is consumed by animals. . T F.

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APHG Ch 10 Agriculture review


Roughly what % of the world are farmers?

  • A: 50%

  • B: 25%

  • C: 66%

  • D: 75%


Roughly what % of the world are farmers?

  • A: 50%

  • B: 25%

  • C: 66%

  • D: 75%


Most of the wheat grown in the American grain region is consumed by animals.

  • T

  • F


Most of the wheat grown in the American grain region is consumed by animals.

  • TF


Subsistent farming is:

  • A: farming done to produce excess for sale

  • B: Farming done to provide just enough for the farmer

  • C: Another name for nomadic herding

  • D: Practiced by a small minority of the worlds population


Subsistent farming is:

  • A: farming done to produce excess for sale

  • B: Farming done to provide just enough for the farmer

  • C: Another name for nomadic herding

  • D: Practiced by a small minority of the worlds population


Hunting and gathering is still practiced by isolated groups in Africa, Australia, and South America.

  • TF


Hunting and gathering is still practiced by isolated groups in Africa, Australia, and South America.

  • TF


Which countries produce the majority of the worlds milk supply

  • A: LDC’s

  • B: MDC’s

  • C: East Asians

  • D: Sub sahara Africa


Which countries produce the majority of the worlds milk supply

  • A: LDC’s

  • B: MDC’s

  • C: East Asians

  • D: Sub sahara Africa


Which of the following is a major producer of milk?

  • A: New Zealand

  • B: Australia

  • C: China

  • D: Tasmania

  • E: Philippines


Which of the following is a major producer of milk?

  • A: New Zealand

  • B: Australia

  • C: China

  • D: Tasmania

  • E: Philippines


What is the distinctive type of agriculture practiced in the population concentrations of East and South Asia?

  • A:Subsistent

  • B: Commercial

  • C: Intensive Subsistent

  • D: Nomadic

  • E: Dry land range farming


What is the distinctive type of agriculture practiced in the population concentrations of East and South Asia?

  • A:Subsistent

  • B: Commercial

  • C: Intensive Subsistent

  • D: Nomadic

  • E: Dry land range farming


What is the most important crop grown in East Asia?

  • A: Soybeans

  • B: Wheat

  • C: Rice

  • D: Tofu


What is the most important crop grown in East Asia?

  • A: Soybeans

  • B: Wheat

  • C: Rice

  • D: Tofu


Which was NOT an important hearth of Agriculture?

  • A: Ethiopia

  • B: South America

  • C: Northern China

  • D: North America

  • E: South East Asia


Which was NOT an important hearth of Agriculture?

  • A: Ethiopia

  • B: South America

  • C: Northern China

  • D: North America

  • E: South East Asia


Unique agricultural practices arise in particular regions because of

  • A) physical characteristics of the land.

  • B) limited knowledge of alternatives.

    C) distinctive cultural traits.

  • D) climate.

  • E) all of the above


Unique agricultural practices arise in particular regions because of

  • A) physical characteristics of the land.

  • B) limited knowledge of alternatives.

    C) distinctive cultural traits.

  • D) climate.

  • E) all of the above


Of the following which is most likely to be found in LDC’s?

  • A: Commercial farming

  • B: truck Farming

  • C: Plantations

  • D:Mediterranean


Of the following which is most likely to be found in LDC’s?

  • A: Commercial farming

  • B: truck Farming

  • C: Plantations

  • D:Mediterranean


Which type of agriculture occupies the largest percentage of the world's land area?

  • A: Livestock ranching

  • B: Dairying

  • C: Nomadic Herding

  • D: Intensive Subsistent

  • E: Shifting Cultivation


Which type of agriculture occupies the largest percentage of the world's land area?

  • A: Livestock ranching

  • B: Dairying

  • C: Nomadic Herding

  • D: Intensive Subsistent

  • E: Shifting Cultivation


Which type of farming is most prominent in Asia?

  • A: Subsistent

  • B: Nomadic

  • C: Livestock

  • D: Intensive Subsistent

  • E: Commercial


Which type of farming is most prominent in Asia?

  • A: Subsistent

  • B: Nomadic

  • C: Livestock

  • D: Intensive Subsistent

  • E: Commercial


Dry climates typically practice which type of farming?

  • A: Pastoral Nomadic

  • B: Subsistent

  • C: Shifting cultivation

  • D: Plantation


Dry climates typically practice which type of farming?

  • A: Pastoral Nomadic

  • B: Subsistent

  • C: Shifting cultivation

  • D: Plantation


Transhumance

  • A: Crossbreeding of Oxen with Buffalo

  • B:seasonal migration of livestock between mountains and lowland pastures

  • C: Livestock Ranching

  • D: Plant Hybridization


Transhumance

  • A: Crossbreeding of Oxen with Buffalo

  • B:seasonal migration of livestock between mountains and lowland pastures

  • C: Livestock Ranching

  • D: Plant Hybridization


Which of the following is NOT a principal practice of sustainable agriculture ?

  • A: Limited use of chemicals

  • B: Sensitive land management

  • C: Better integration of crops and livestock

  • D: Use of pesticide resistant seeds


Which of the following is NOT a principal practice of sustainable agriculture

  • A: Limited use of chemicals

  • B: Sensitive land management

  • C: Better integration of crops and livestock

  • D: Use of pesticide resistant seeds


The practice of separating the husks from the seed by beating it on the ground is called

  • A: Threshing

  • B: Chaffing

  • C: Winnowing

  • D: Milling


The practice of separating the husks from the seed by beating it on the ground is called

  • A: Threshing

  • B: Chaffing

  • C: Winnowing

  • D: Milling


Which is NOT part of Commercial farming?

  • A: Surplus production

  • B: Consuming most of produce on farm

  • C: Large farm size

  • D: Heavy use of machinery

  • E: Low percentage of farmers on land


Which is NOT part of Commercial farming?

  • A: Surplus production

  • B: Consuming most of produce on farm

  • C: Large farm size

  • D: Heavy use of machinery

  • E: Low percentage of farmers on land


Food production integrated into farming is called?

  • A: Commercial farming

  • B: Intensive farming

  • C: Agribusiness

  • D: Mixed crop livestock farming

  • E) Food processing


Food production integrated into farming is called?

  • A: Commercial farming

  • B: Intensive farming

  • C: Agribusiness

  • D: Mixed crop livestock farming

  • E) Food processing


According to the von Thünen model, timber production was located in the second ring from the city because of what factor?

  • A: Delivery time

  • B: Perishability

  • C: Product weight

  • D: Labor intensive harvesting method


According to the von Thünen model, timber production was located in the second ring from the city because of what factor?

  • A: Delivery time

  • B: Perishability

  • C: Product weight

  • D: Labor intensive harvesting method


Main reason for crop rotation is ?

  • A: Maintaining fresh products for markets

  • B: Reducing transportation cost

  • C: Responding to changes in consumer demand

  • D: maintaining fertility of the fields


Main reason for crop rotation is ?

  • A: Maintaining fresh products for markets

  • B: Reducing transportation cost

  • C: Responding to changes in consumer demand

  • D: maintaining fertility of the fields


What countries are the leading producers of commercial grain?

  • A: India, US and Canada

  • B: Russia Canada and the US

  • C: US Russia and India

  • D: Canada Russia and India


What countries are the leading producers of commercial grain?

  • A: India, US and Canada

  • B: Russia Canada and the US

  • C: US Russia and India

  • D: Canada Russia and India


Winter wheat is planted in?

  • A: The spring

  • B: The winter

  • C: the fall

  • D: the summer


Winter wheat is planted in?

  • A: The spring

  • B: The winter

  • C: the fall

  • D: the summer


Which of the following is not a strategy for increasing food supply?

  • A: Increasing land productivity

  • B: Identifying new food sources

  • C: Increasing tariffs on exports

  • D: expanding arable land area


Which of the following is not a strategy for increasing food supply?

  • A: Increasing land productivity

  • B: Identifying new food sources

  • C: Increasing tariffs on exports

  • D: expanding arable land area


Which of the following is least likely to be produced in Mediterranean agriculture?

  • A: fruit

  • B: Wine

  • C: Cereals

  • D: Cheese

  • E: Olives


Which of the following is least likely to be produced in Mediterranean agriculture?

  • A: fruit

  • B: Wine

  • C: Cereals

  • D: Cheese

  • E: Olives


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