BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS Mock Test 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS Mock Test 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

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BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS PART 1

BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS PART 1

  • This Test Contains 15 Questions
  • Total Questions is 95
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Q.1. The study of biosphere is called

(A) Ecological Niche

(B) Biogeography

(C) Ecology

(D) Ecosystem

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Q.2. Which of the following is the most controlling factors for distribution of natural vegetation

(A) Physical Factors

(B) Biotic Factors

(C) Edaphic Factors

(D) Climatic Factors

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Q.3. The total assemblage of all plants and animals community of a particular region is called

(A) Mimosa

(B) Biome

(C) Formation

(D) Floristic Kingdom

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Q.4. The transition zone between two ecosystems is known as

(A) Biome

(B) Biotope

(C) Ecotone

(D) Mimosa

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Q.5. Match List-I with List-11 and select the correct answer from the given below

List-I (Concept)List-II (Profounder)
A. Ecosystem1. Charles Elton
B. Ecology2. J. Grinnell
C. Ecological Niche3. Ernest Heckle
D. Ecological Pyramid4. A.G. Tansley

Code:

 ABCD
A.3412
B.4321
C.1243
D.4213

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Q.6. The concept of Ecological Niche was developed by

(A) R.L. Linderman

(B) C.C. Park

(C) R.D. Oldham

(D) Charles Elton

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Q.7. The term Ethology was used by

(A) R.D. Oldham

(B) A.G Tansley

(C) Isidore G.S. Hilare

(D) J.Griel

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Q.8. The quantity or weight of living matter per unit area per unit time and represented in terms of dry weight is called

(A) Ecology

(B) Biomass

(C) Food Chain

(D) Ecosystem

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Q.9. The world distribution of flora (plants) has been divided into how many types

(A) 6

(B) 5

(C) 7

(D) 8

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Q.10. In the distribution of plant community of the world. India comes under

(A) Australian Kingdom

(B) Boreal Kingdom

(C) Palaeo tropical Kingdom

(D) Neotropical Kingdom

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Q.11. The world distribution of fauna (animals) community has been divided into how many types

(A) 5

(B) 6

(C) 7

(D) 8

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Q.12. Indian sub-continent comes under what types of zoogeographical regions

(A) Palearctic

(B) Neoartic

(C) Neotropical

(D) Oriental

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Q.13. Which of the following biomes is also known as Mediterranean scrub forest?

(A) Chapparal

(B) Grassland

(C) Deserts

(D) Deciduous forest

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Q.14. Sclerophyll vegetation is found in the

(A) Monsoon region

(B) Tropical region

(C) Tundra region

(D) Mediterranean region

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Q.15. Kangaroo are mostly found in

(A) South America

(B) Australia

(C) Europe

(D) Asia

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Syllabus:

UNIT –IV

Geography of Environment

Components: Ecosystem (Geographic Classification) and Human Ecology, Functions:  Trophic  Levels, Energy Flows, Cycles (geo-chemical, carbon, nitrogen and oxygen), Food Chain, Food Web and Ecological Pyramid, Human Interaction and Impacts, Environmental Ethics and Deep Ecology, Environmental Hazards and Disasters (Global Warming, Urban Heat Island, Atmospheric Pollution, Water Pollution, Land Degradation), National Programmes and Policies: Legal Framework, Environmental Policy, International Treaties, International Programmes and Polices (Brundtland Commission, Kyoto Protocol, Agenda 21, Sustainable Development Goals, Paris Agreement) 

 

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