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Dinesh Vol III Biology Pg 561 to 581

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35 hot spots of the world occupy an area of

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Number of botanical gardens and arboreta world wide is

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Arboretum is

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Number of professionally managed zoos/ zoological parks world wide is

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A sacred lake is

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Number of biosphere reserves in India in May 2002 was

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Number of protected areas around the world is

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Number of national parks currently operating in India is

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Number of wildlife sanctuaries set up in India at present are 

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Antelope cervicapra/Black Buck is

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Number of threatened species in 2000 Red List is

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Critically endangered plant species of India is

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Critically endangered animal species belonging to India are

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Susceptibility to extinction is due to

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Bald Eagle had been at high risk of extinction due to its

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World Conservation Union maintains

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Number of categories recognised by Red List is

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Number of animal species having become extinct since 1600 AD is

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Number of plant species known to have become extinct since 1600 AD is

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Fear of extinction of species from tropical forests is

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Mass extinction of species has occurred during

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Introduction of Nile Perch in Lake Victoria of South Africa resulted in

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A major cause of mortality of many birds visitors of aquatic habitat is

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A weed, which has invaded many forest lands of India is

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Which one is included under ecosystem services?

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A sacred plant is

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Cultivated rice has been protected from four diseases after receiving genes from

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85% of world's food is obtained from

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Endemic species of amphibians in India is

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Part of Indian land mass covered by Deccan peninsula is

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Number of biogeographical regions of India is

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Ladakh is present in biogeographical region called

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Alpha diversity is biodiversity present

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Rate of replacement of species along a gradient of habitats/communities is called 

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Biodiversity is determined by

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Number of known species of organisms on this earth is

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Percentage of insect species out of the total known organisms is

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Number of mammal species recorded in India is 

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Gymnosperm species known from India is

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Genetic diversity is related to

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A species spread over a large tract with varied environmental conditions will have

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Discovery of new species has recently picked up due to project _________.

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Which of the following means endemic?

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Those species whose populations have been seriously depleted and whose ultimate security is not assured are known as

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Dodo, an extinct flightless bird, belonged to 

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Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) has become extinct from

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Which one is a troublesome weed of agricultural fields?

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An endangered bird is

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Present day population of Asiatic Wild Ass is below

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Congress grass is

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First biosphere reserve was established in 1986 at

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Limited private operations are allowed in

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MAB programme of UNESCO was launched in

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MAB is

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Black Buck is not allowed to be hunted by

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Gir National Park is famous for

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Ranganathittoo Sanctuary (Mysore) is known for population of

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Whale washed ashore will die because of

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Which animal has become extinct from India?

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Which animal should be protected?

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Lions are found in

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Wildlife is destroyed most when

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Ranthambore National Park is situated in

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National Park associated with Rhinoceros is

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Animals and plants are best protected in 

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Troublesome American water weed found in India is

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Kanha National Park is famous for

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Identify the correct match for tiger reserve and its state.

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Which of the following is a matching sanctuary?

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First national park of India is

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Kanha National Park is located in

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Dhudhwa National Park is located in

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Which communities are more vulnerable to invasion by outside plants and animals?

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Rajaji national park is located in

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Which one is an endangered species of India?

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In which zone is limited human activity permitted?

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What is the national tree of India?

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The map gives the former and present distribution. Which one of the following it could be?

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Asiatic lion is

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Similipal is

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What is true of national park?

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What is most effective way to conserve plant diversity of an area?

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In case of extinction of Bengal Tiger

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Which one is a rhinoceros reserve?

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Wildlife is

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Hot spots of biodiversity are areas with

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Sunderbans contain

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Taxol is extracted from 

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Which one is used in cosmetics?

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Mangrove tiger occurs in

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Which one is odd combination of habitat and particular animal?

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Hot spot is related to

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Beta diversity is diversity

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Tropical rain forests are disappearing fast from developing countries such as India.

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What is present expansion of WWF?

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Correct statement about wildlife conservation are:
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(b) Enriching wildlife diversity with exotic species
(c) Preventing migration of species
(d) Maintaining diversity of life

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Habitat loss and fragmentation, over-exploitation, alien species invasion and co-extinction are causes for

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Venue and year of Earth Summit on conservation of biodiversity was

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Pick up a zone of our country considered as hotspot of biodiversity and regarded as 'Cradle of speciation'

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Plants like Aegle marmelos, Ocimum sanctum and Ficus religiosa are designated as

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A species is categorised as endemic when it is

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Which one is non-existing programme?

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A hot spot in India is

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Which one is not observed in biodiversity hotspot?

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Most of the endangered species are victims of 

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Which national park is the new home of Indian one-horned rhinoceros?

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Core zone, buffer zone and manipulation zone are found in

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Largest tiger population occurs in

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Which one of the following is not connected with wildlife conservation?

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Chipko movement was launched for the protection of

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Tiger is not a resident in which of the following national park?

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A plant endemic to India is 

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Which one is not an endangered species?

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Which of the following practices has caused maximum damage to the diversity of Indian forests?

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Indian share in global species diversity is about

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Conservation of organisms in a natural habitat is called 

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The term - diversity refers to

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Islands have higher number of endemic species as they are separated from other land masses by

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Project Tiger in India was launched in

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Who gave rivet popper hypothesis?

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Evil quartet is related to

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Hot spots of biodiversity means

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Indian Rhinoceros is a natural inhabitant of which of the Indian states?

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Which of the following is included in those species which are likely to become extinct?

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Brow Antlered Deer is found in

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Sacred groves are found in

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Species endangered but with unknown cause is

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An animal surviving only in a particular area is

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India now has

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A large undisturbed area where wildlife is protected in its natural habitat is 

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Which of the following is incorrect?

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Which one is referred as lungs of planet earth?

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Germplasm collection is

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A collection of plants and seeds having diverse alleles of all the genes of a crop is

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Which one shows maximum genetic diversity in India?