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Hotspots and Methods of Conservation

Biodiversity and Its Conservation
Biology
Class 12

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Define in situ method of biodiversity conservation, Give the numbers and brief description of biosphere reserve, national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, sacred groves etc, in India, state pros and cons of in situ conservation.Define ex situ method of biodiversity conservation, Give numbers and/or a brief discription of zoological parks, botanical garden, gene pool, cryopreservation, seed bank, tissue culture etc, state global measures on biodiversity conservation. Discuss - endemic species, megadiversity centres, features of hotspot - numbers of endemic species, extent of threat to them, examples - western ghats and Sri Lanka, indo - burma and Himalaya

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In-situ Conservation of Biodiversity

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Ex-situ Conservation of Biodiversity

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