Objective of Concepts Of Ecology

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

  1. The group of inter-breeding individuals belonging to same species is:

(a)Habitat                   (b) population ( C ) C0mmunity (d) Individual

  1. All populations within an ecosystem is:

(a) Habitat     (b) population (c) community ( d ) Individual

  1. The major regional ecological community of plants and animals are:  

(a) Biomes                   (II) population (c) community (d) Ecosystem

  1. A biological community together with the associated abiotic environment is:

(a) Biomes                 (b) population (c) community  (d) Ecosystem

  1. The basic role or profession of an organism in a community is called:(a) Synecology          (b) Autecology (c) Niche  (d) None
    1. The study of relationship of a single environment is called:

    (a) Synecology            (h) Autecology (c) Niche  (d) None

    Answers

    1. (b) 2. (c)3. (c)     4. (d) 5. (a) . 6. (b)

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    1. The physical and biological condition under which an organism lives is called ________
    1. The group of inter-breeding individuals belonging to same species and living in a common geographic area is called _______
    1. The major regional ecological community of plants and animals are called _______
    1. The study of relationship of a single population to its environment is called __________
    1. The study of relationship of different communities o group of population to their environment is called or community _______ ecology.
    1. The basic role or profession of an organism in a community is called ecological_________
    1. All non-cultivated plants and non-domesticated animals are included in ________
    1. The grass land used by the animals for grazing is called_____
    2.  The application of science on rangeland for producing maximum number of grazing livestock regularly is called rangeland_____

Ans

                 1.environment       2. population   3. biomes        4. autecology

                 5. synecology            6. niche           7. wild life       8. rangeland

                9. management

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