High concentrations of accumulated DDT in birds
1. kills pathogens in their blood
2. causes sterility by affecting gametogenesis
3. leads to premature breaking of eggs
4. causes spasticity of the muscles ofthe body

Subtopic:  Water Pollution: I | Water Pollution |
 93%
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What was added in 1987 as a pollutant to The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, [originally passed in 1981] :
1. radioactive wastes
2. CFCs
3. ground level ozone
4. noise

 

Subtopic:  Air Pollution |
 87%
From NCERT
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According to CPCB, what particulate size is most harmful to humans:
1. more than 10 micrometers
2. between 5 to 10 micrometers
3. between 2.5 to 5 micrometers
4. less than 2.5 micrometers

Subtopic:  Air Pollution |
 86%
From NCERT
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The most effective device to remove particulate matter from polluted air is:
1. electrostatic precipitator
2. cyclonic separator
3. trajectory separator
4. scrubber

 

Subtopic:  Air Pollution |
 91%
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A catalytic converter :
1. reduces unburnt hydrocarbon in auto emissions
2. converts NOx to nitrogen
3. reduces lead in the exhaust
4. converts carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide

Subtopic:  Air Pollution |
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The group most profoundly affected by global warming normally is :-

1. Plants
2. Insects
3. Birds
4. Mammals

Subtopic:  Green House Effect & Global Warming |
 55%
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Which of the following radiatively active gases contributes the least to global warming?

1. CO2

2. CFC

3. N2O

4. CH4

Subtopic:  Green House Effect & Global Warming |
 77%
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Which of the following commits industrialized nations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions ?
1. Montreal protocol
2. Kyoto protocal 
3. UNECD earth summit
4. Alma Atta conference 

Subtopic:  Green House Effect & Global Warming |
 52%
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To safeguard our water resources, the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, was passed in:

1. 1951
2. 1974
3. 1985
4. 1987

Subtopic:  Water Pollution: I | Water Pollution |
 81%
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Eventually, the only solution for the treatment of e-wastes, provided it is carried out in an environment friendly manner, is:
1. Incineration
2. Burying in landfill sites
3. Dumping in developing countries
4. Recycling

 

Subtopic:  Solid Waste Pollution |
 70%
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