Which among these is not an ex situ conservation strategy?
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avatarAsked on November 22, 2019 by Nupur Jindal

Which among these is not an ex situ conservation strategy?

A

Seed banks

B

Botanical gardens

C

Cryopreservation

D

Biosphere reserves

E

Tissue culture

Answer

Ex-situ conservation is done by preserving the components of biological diversity outside their natural habitats. It is done by conserving genetic resources, as well as wild and cultivated or species. Examples include gene banks, tissue cultures, microbial cultures, cryopreservation, seed banks, botanical gardens, etc. Whereas, Biosphere reserve is a strategy for in-situ conservation.
So, the correct answer is 'Biosphere reserves'.

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