Extras  Study Guide

Chapter 1 Where Is Here?
  1. Prairies are vast grassland ecosystems that occupy the Great Plains of North America.
  2. The deep roots of grasses contribute to a fertile soil well suited for crops in the grass family such as wheat, barley, oats, rye and corn.
  3. In the Great Lakes region, tall grasses grade into eastern deciduous forests in the Prairie-and-Oak Transition Zone.
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