BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS Mock Test 4 FOR NTA UGC NET

BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS Mock Test 4 FOR NTA UGC NET

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BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS PART 4

BIOGEOGRAPHY 95 MCQS PART 4

  • This Test Contains 15 Questions
  • Total Questions is 95
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Q.46. Which of the following is the basic unit of study of ecology

(A) Population

(B) Environment

(C) Biosphere

(D) Organisms

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Q.47. Who among the following is known as 'Father of Ecology in India?

(A) P Maheshwari

(B) S.K. Kashyap

(C) M.S Swaminathan

(D) Professor Ramdeo Mishra

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Q.48. The Wet dense forest of Amazon basin are known as

(A) Pampas

(B) Selvas

(C) Campos

(D) Lianos

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Q.49. In which of the following plants are Rhizobium bacteria involved in fixing atmospheric nitrogen

(A) Tomato

(B) Rice

(C) Bean

(D) Potato

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Q.50. Who developed the Hotspot Concepts?

(A) M.S. Swaminathan

(B) P.K. Iyengar

(C) C.C. Park

(D) Norman Myers

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Q.51. Eutrophication means

(A) Nutrient dissipated

(B) Forest containing acid rain

(C) Enrichment of nutrients in a water body

(D) Decay of Aquatic animals bodies

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Q.52. Minamata disease in Japan was occurred due to

 (A) Lead pollution

(B) Fluoride pollution

(C) Radioactive

(D) Mercury pollution

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Q.53. Green data book containing a list of

(A) Rare plants species

(B) Rare plants and animals

(C) Endangered plants

(D) Extinct animal only

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Q.54. The Ramsar convention is related to the

(A) Protection of wild life

(B) Protection of theearth

(C) Protection of rivers and lakes

(D) Conservation and sustainable utilization of wetlands

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Q.55. The place Ramsar is situated in the country of

(A) Iraq

(B) Iran

(C) France

(D) Russia

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Q.56. Agenda - 21 was an outcome of the meeting at

(A) Washington

(B) Stockholm

(C) Vienna

(D) Rio de Janeiro

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Q.57. 'IUCN' stands for

(A) International Unity on Community and Nationality

(B) Inter-state Unity of Culture Nature

(C) International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources

(D) Indian Union Congress Nation

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Q.58. ‘PAN’ stands for

(A) Peroxy Acetyl Nitrate

(B) Principle of Advanced Nations

(C) Presume Additional Noise

(D) Prime Added Nature

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Q.59. Chipko movement is related to

(A) Soil Conservation

(B) Noise Pollution

(C) Endangered Species

(D) Forest Conservation

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Q.60. Biosphere reserves are being threatened with

(A) Rainfall

(B) Soil Erosion

(C) Pollution

(D) Population Rate

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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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