The table below gives the populations (in thousands) of ten species (A-J) in four areas (a-d) consisting of the number of habitats given within brackets against each. Study the table and answer the question which follows:
Which area out of a to d shows maximum species diversity?
Which one of the following is not observed in biodiversity hot spots?
(b) Accelerated species loss
(c) Lesser interspecific competition
(d) Species richness
Identity the odd combination of the habitat and the particular animal concerned :
(a) Dachigam National Park- Snow Leopard
(b) Sunderbans- Bengal Tiger
(c) Periyar- Elephant
(d) Rann of Kutch- wild Ass
One of endangered species of Indian medicinal plants is that of :
(a) Podophyllum (b) Ocimum
(c) Garlic (d)Amentotaxus
(1) safe antibiotics
(2) cancer induding microbes
(3) new kind of food allergens
(4) live microbial food supplement
Which one of the following is not included under in situ conservation?
(b) Botanical garden
(c) Biosphere reserve
(d) National park
Which one of the following is the correctly matched pair of an endangered animal and a National Park?
(a) Lion - Corbett National Park
(b) Rhinoceros - Kaziranga National Park
(c) Wild ass - Dudhwa National Park
(d) Great Indian bustard - Keoladeo National Park
Which of the following pairs of an animal and a plant represents endangered organisms in India ?
(a) Bentinckia nicobarica and red panda
(b) Tamarind and rhesus monkey
(c) Cinchona and leopard
(d) Banyan and black buck.
Which of the following is considered a hot-spot of biodiversity in india ?
(a) Western ghats
(b) Indo-Gangetic plain
(c) Eastern ghats
(d) Aravali hills
Sacred forests are those that ?
(a) have rich growth of plants Used for worship by the people in the region
(b) are protected by tribal communities due to religious sanctity accorded to them
(c) have not been discovered humans
(cl) none of the above