BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS Mock Test 2 FOR NTA UGC NET

BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS Mock Test 2 FOR NTA UGC NET

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BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS PART 2

BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS PART 2

  • This Test Contains 15 Questions
  • Total Questions is 95
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Q.16. Match List-I and List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below

List-I

(Name of the Vegetation)

List-II

(Country)

A. Chaparral1. Australia
B. Mallee2. California
C. Maquis3. Chile
D. Mattoral4. France

 

Code:

 ABCD
A.4321
B.4312
C.2134
D.2143

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Q.17. The Ecological succession normally leads to

(A) Habitat

(B) Biome

(C) Climax

(D) Climatic Frontier

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Q.18. Which of the following are the major components of ecosystem?

(A) Energy

(B) Biotic

(C) Abiotic

(D) All of the above

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Q.19. Which of the following is smallest unit

(A) Biome

(B) Ecosystem

(C) Ecosphere

(D) Biosphere

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Q.20. The word/term sclerophyllous means

(A) Soft leaf

(B) Hard Leaf

(C) Narrow leaf

(D) Thorny Leaf

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Q.21. The sequence of ecosystem development in terms of a particular suite of physical and chemical conditions is called

(A) Climatic Climax

(B) Biome

(C) Sere

(D) Mimosa

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Q.22. The distinct relationship between increasing altitude and latitude and plant communities is called

(A) Black box model

(B) Life zone concept

(C) Sere

(D) Mimosa

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Q.23. The 'Life Zone Concept’ was given by

(A) Charles Darwin

(B) F. Ratzel

(C) Carl Ritter

(D) C. Hart Merriam

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Q.24. Who used the word Biosphere on a large scale?

(A) Lenius

(B) Trewartha

(C) Darwin

(D) Vernadsky

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Q.25. Biome consists of

(A) Plant community

(B) Animal community

(C) Animal and vegetation

(D) Soil and climate

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Q.26. Which Biome is largely affected by human activities?

(A) Tundra Biome

(B) Equatorial Biome

(C) Temperate Biome

(D) Boreal Biome

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Q.27. Who divided the zoo geographical regions of the world?

(A) Wallace

(B) Lenius

(C) Darwin

(D) New Bagin

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Q.28. Who of the following used the term Deep Ecology for the first time?

(A) E.P. Odum

(B) C. Raunkiaer

(C) F.E. Clements

(D) Arne Naess

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Q.29. Which of the following has the largest biodiversity

(A) Temperate Deciduous Forest Biome

(B) Tropical Rainforest Biome

(C) Temperate Grassland Biome

(D) Savana Biome

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Q.30. A person who studies the interrelationship between organisms and their environment is called

(A) Environmental Scientist

(B) Zoo-Geographer

(C) Zoologist

(D) Ecologist

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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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