Biodiversity and its conservation Questions: MCQs Test – 01, Total Questions 15
Biodiversity and Conservation - MCQs 1
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How many bio-geographical regions are present in India?
Lime is added to the soil which is too
Which one of the following has maximum genetic diversity in India?
Which one of the following areas in India, is a hotspot of biodiversity?
Darwin’s finches are a good example of
The least porous soil among the following is a
Which one of the following is not a renewable, exhaustible natural resource?
Which one of the following is an example ex-situ conservation?
Which one of the following is not observed in biodiversity hotspots?
Accelerated species loss
Lesser inter-specific competition
Sacred groves are specially useful in
Generating environmental awareness
Preventing soil erosion
Year-round flow of water in rivers
Conserving rare and threatened species
The term Alpha diversity refers to
Community and ecosystem diversity
Diversity among the plants
The percentage of forest cover recommended by the National Forest policy (1988) is
33% for plains and 67% for hills
37% for plains and 63% for hills
20% for plains and 70% for hills
23% for plains and 77% for hills
Select the correct statement about biodiversity
The desert areas of Rajasthan and Gujarat have a very high level of desert animal species as well as numerous rare animals
Large scale planting of BT cotton has no adverse effect on biodiversity
Western Ghats have a very high degree of species richness and endemism
Conservation of biodiversity in just a fad pursued by the developed countries
Biodiversity of a geographical region represents
Genetic diversity present in the dominant species of the region
Species endemic to the region
Endangered species found in the region
The diversity in the organisms living in the region
Global warming can be controlled by [NEET 2013]
Reducing deforestation, cutting down use of fossil fuel
Reducing reforestation, increasing the use of fossil fuel
Increasing deforestation, slowing down the growth of human population
Increasing deforestation, reducing efficiency of energy usage
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