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Valencia National High School

Bong-ao, Valencia, Negros Oriental

Science 10 Summative Assessment

Part I. Fill in the table
Directions: Fill in the table below to assess your prior
knowledge about biodiversity and stability, and identify
the skills needed in accomplishing the learning tasks in
this module.
What do I

What do I
want to find

How can I
find out
what I want
to learn?

What did I

Skills I
expect to
Directions: Answer the following questions.
A. How should each of the ecosystems below be used
to conserve its resources? Explain your choice.

For question no. 7-8 study the graph below.

1. Coral reef
a. Promote it as an ecotourism destination
b. Collect coral fishes and sell them to pet shops.
c. Collect corals as souvenir items for tourists.
2. Hilly land
a. Convert it into an industrial area
b. Build a community where houses are built among
the trees.
c. Turn it into a jogging area
3. Rainforest
a. Cut the trees into logs and make timber.
b. Get only minor forest products.
c. Advertise it as a camping site.
4. Cocolisap infestation outbreak has been declared in
some parts of the Philippines. The cocolisap feeds on
the sap of the coconut tree and injects toxic enzymes,
resulting in discolored leaves and deformed plant
tissues that retard its growth of coconut tree. This,
results in a decrease of the survival rate of coconut
trees. Which of the following factors limit the population
of coconut trees?
a. diseases and parasites
c. predation
b. emigration
d. competition for resources
5. Davao is known for its wide variety of fruits and other
plant species that makes it more attractive to tourists.
Which of the following classification of value of
biodiversity is described?
a. Direct economic value
c. Ethical/cultural
b. Indirect economic value d. both a and c
6. What type of population growth is shown in the
a. normal growth
c. logistic growth
b. exponential growth
d. none of the above

7. What can you infer about the graph?

a. The graph shows that an increase in population of
the protist P. Aurelia causes a decrease in the
population of P. caudatum when they are grown
b. The graph is an example of a density-dependent
limiting factor.
c. The graph is an example of a density-independent
limiting factor.
d. The population of P. caudatum decreases while the
population of P.
aurelia increases when they are grown together.
8. Which of the two protists is better adapted to
a. P. aurelia
c. Both of them
b. P. caudatum
d. None of them
9. Which of the following causes a decreasing wildlife
population in most of the places in our country?
a. loss of limiting factor
b. loss of natural disturbances
c. loss of habitat
d. loss of carrying capacity
10. A person breeds guinea pigs in a cage. After a few
generation, the breeder observes that the guinea pigs
are more aggressive towards each other, the young are
less healthy and more young guinea pigs die. What do
you think will happen to the population of the guinea
a. The population will remain the same.
b. The population will increase.
c. The population will decrease.
d. The population is not affected.