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Agricultural Careers Word Search

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Farming Word Search

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Agriculture Word Search

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Agriculture Word Search

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Mesopotamia Vocabulary Crossword

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river in southwestern Asia that flows through the eastern part of the Fertile Cresent Tigris River
River in Southwestern Asia that flows through the southern part of the fertile crescent. Euphrates River
Complex Societies, must have cities, organized govt., art, religion, class division Civilizations
Located in the present day Iraq between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers Mesopotamia
Fertile region in southwestern Asia that includes region of Mesopotamia, good soil able to grow crops Fertile Crescent
System of watering Crops through the use of canals, dams, channels that allow farmers to grow enough crops to feed population and get water when needed irrigation
Long period of time without water. Drought
City-State in the southeran part of Mesopotami, invented wheel, writing, irrigation Sumer
City-State near Euphrates River, center of trade, created by King Hammurabi Babylon
System of writing using wedge shaped symbols to represent sounds, ideas ans objects. 1st form of writing cuneiform
Person who writes, usually wealthy boys trained for many years to write scribe
"Mountain of God" or "Hill of Heaven" , large temple located in the centers of ancient Sumerian cities, built to honor Gods Ziggurat
Belief in many Gods and Goddesses polytheism
Self governing city often with surrounding lands and villages City-state
Group of many different lands under 1 ruler Empire
King of Babylon, conquered all of Mesopotamia in 2,340 BCE, created world's first empire which lasted 200 years. sargon
King of Babylon, created code of Hammurabi Hammurabi
Over 200 laws for people in Babylon, listed law and punishment, oldest written laws in the world code of hammurabi
Empire in north, near Tigris River, had fertile valleys that attracted outside invaders, 1st army to use iron tools, collapsed by 612 BC Assyrians
Chaldean King controlled Mesopotamia from 605-562 BC, many of descendents were Babylonian people nebuchadnezzar
Skilled craftperson artisan
Group of people with a similar position in society social class

Pollinator Word Search

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Pollinators

Agriculture History Word Search

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barter system
corn
cotton
cotton gin
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John Deere
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Morrill Act
NAFTA
plow
production agriculture
Smith Hughes Act
tarriff
tomato harvester
Transunion Railroad
USDA
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world markets

Mesopotamia Civilization Characteristics Crossword

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river in southwestern Asia that flows through the eastern part of the Fertille Crescent Tigris River
river in southwestern Asia that flows through the southern part of the Fertile Cresent Euphrates River
complex societies; Civilizations
located in presentday Iraq Mesopotamia
fertile region in southwestern Asia that includes region or Mesopotamia Fertile crescent
system of watering crops through use of canals, dams, channels Irrigation
long period of time with out water Drought
city-state in southern part of Mesopotamia Sumer
city-state near Euphrates River, center of trade Babylon
system of writing using wedge shaped, ideas and objects Cuneiform
person who writes Scribe
"mountain of god' or hill of heaven; Ziggurat
belief in many gods or goddesses Polytheism
self governing city, often with surrounding lands and villages City-State
group of many diffrent lands under 1 ruler Empire
king of akkadians, conquered all of Mesopotamia in 2340 B.C. Sargon
king of Babylon;created code of Hammurabi Hammurabi
over 200 laws for people of Babylon Code Of Hammurabi
Empire in north, near Tigris River had fertile valleys that attracted outside invaders so they had to build large armies to defend themselves Assyrians
chaldens king; chaldens controlled mesopotamia from 605-562 B.C. Nebuchadnezzar
skilled crafts person Artisians
group of people who share a similar positions in society Social Class

APES- Chapter 12 Review Crossword

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Define: People have access to enough nutritious food to live active and healthy lives. Food security
The #1 Cause of food insecurity is? Poverty
Define: A problem in developed countries; obesity; Excess body fat from too many calories and not enough exercise. Overnutrition
Define: Form of agriculture where heavy equipment is used alongside large use of fossil fuels, commercial fertilizers, and pesticides; main goal of this type of agriculture is to increase crop yield. Industrialized Agriculture
Process of genetically altering an organism’s DNA (GMOs) to have favorable traits is known as? Genetic Engineering
Define: The process of growing several crops on the same plot of land simultaneously; opposite of monoculture. Polyculture
__________ -and-burn agriculture involves the process of cutting and clearing land and then burning the area to restore nutrients into soil and reduce soil erosion. slash
Define: The process of raising marine and freshwater fish in ponds and underwater cages; blue revolution. Aquaculture
The 3 systems of food supply include: rangelands/feedlots, oceanic fisheries/aquaculture, and _________. Croplands
Political upheaval, _______, corruption, and bad weather can all cause food insecurity. War
The main goal of the _________ _____________ was to increase crop yields. Green Revolution
Soil conservation methods including terracing, contour planting, strip cropping, alley cropping, and windbreaks are all ways to reduce soil _______. erosion
_________ are chemicals used to kill or control populations of pests. Pesticides
First generation pesticides were borrowed and produced from plants, while second generation pesticides are produced in ________. Labs
Define: An urban area where people have little to no easy access to nutritious food. Food Desert
Deficiencies of protein and key nutrients is known as chronic _____________. Malnutrition
The process of growing plants inside a greenhouse with water troughs and recycling the water and using it to water plants by “artificial rainfall” is known as? Hydroponics
The 3 main grain crops are: wheat, rice, and _______. Corn
In plantation agriculture, ____________ ________ such as bananas, tobacco, etc. are grown for profit. Plantation agriculture is primarily in less-developed countries. cash crops
Traditional ________________ agriculture relies on low-input polyculture and relies on human labor and draft animals to produce enough food for a family. Subsistence