People & Environment MCQ Quiz 1

  People & Environment MCQ Quiz 1

    
People & Environment MCQ Quiz 1

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1. The term ecosystem was coined by
(a) Arthur Tansley 
(b) Al Gore
(c) Arrhenius Svante 
(d) Mobius

2. Who first used and defined Ecology in 1866?
(a) H. Reiter 
(b) Haeckel
(c) Charles Elton 
(d) Odum

3. In the study of man–environment interaction, the statement of Miss Semple that ‘the humans are slowly the product of their environment’ is
(a) An opinion
(b) A prejudice
(c) A fact
(d) A widely accepted phenomenon

4. A habitat is
(a) An area inhabited by a community.
(b) A small part of ecosystem.
(c) A particular area inhabited by plants and animals.
(d) The number of different organisms living in a specific area.

5. Biome is a natural community of
(a) Plants in a geographical area.
(b) Animals in a geographical area.
(c) Plants and animals in a geographical area.
(d) Plants in the Arctic region.

6. If we combine all the ecosystems present on earth, then it is called
(a) Biome 
(b) Biosphere
(c) Habitat 
(d) Ecology

7. All the energy in a food chain originates from
(a) Plants 
(b) Sea
(c) Sun 
(d) All of these

8. A food web is to show
(a) How feeding relationships are interlinked.
(b) How several food chains are connected together.
(c) Who eats what.
(d) All the above

9. In the analysis of man–environment relationship pragmatic possibilism implies that [December 2004]
(a) There is no limit for man to exploit the resources of earth.
(b) There are limited possibilities to explore the Earth’s resources.
(c) The man has to watch and assess the situation and then go ahead with resource utilization.
(d) The man has to keep in mind only his basic needs while planning to harness the potential of resourceful earth.

10. Which of the following are included in the biosphere?
(a) Hydrosphere 
(b) Lithosphere
(c) Atmosphere 
(d) All of these

11. Interlocking of two or more types of food chains at different
trophic levels is called
(a) Food chain 
(b) Food web
(c) Succession 
(d) Ecological pyramid

12. The transfer of food energy through a chain of organisms from one trophic level to another is called
(a) Energy chain 
(b) Food chain
(c) Trophic chain 
(d) Organism chain

13. A keystone species is characterized by its
(a) Disproportionate large impact on ecosystem
(b) Very less impact on ecosystem
(c) No impact at all
(d) None of the above

14. A population that is at equilibrium is
(a) Steadily decreasing
(b) Steadily increasing
(c) Its number is almost stable over a period of time.
(d) Intermixing rapidly with other populations.

15. Which of the following are considered as producers in a
food chain?
(a) Autotrophic plants 
(b) Herbivores
(c) Carnivores 
(d) Decomposers

16. Which of the following are directly dependent on producers for living?
(a) Carnivores 
(b) Decomposers
(c) Scavengers 
(d) Herbivores

17. The animals which feed only on other animals are known
as
(a) Omnivores 
(b) Carnivores
(c) Herbivores 
(d) Autotrophs

18. The green plants, which can make their own food with the help of process of photosynthesis are termed as
(a) Herbivores 
(b) Carnivores
(c) Autotrophs 
(d) None of the above

19. The various levels through which energy passes into an ecosystem are called
(a) Consumers 
(b) Autotrophs
(c) Trophic levels 
(d) None of the above

20. The transitional area between two ecosystems is termed
as
(a) Ecoline 
(b) Ecotourism
(c) Ecotone 
(d) None of the above

21. Population consists of
(a) Organisms in a species that are capable of reproducing among themselves.
(b) Different species that can interbreed.
(c) Collective members of a species living and interacting across the biosphere.
(d) Some organisms that may not belong to any species.

22. Which of the following is not an abiotic condition?
(a) Water 
(b) Soil
(c) Temperature 
(d) Bacteria

23. The existence of atmosphere on the earth is due to
(a) The revolution of the earth around the sun.
(b) The rotation of the earth.
(c) The gravitational force of the earth.
(d) None of the above

24. Match the following:
           List-I                       List-II
A. Troposphere I. Dust particles
B. Stratosphere       II. Ozone layer
C. Ionosphere         III. Meteors
D. Exosphere         IV. Aurora
Codes:
(a) A-I, B-II, C-III, D-IV 
(b) A-II, B-I, C-III, D-IV
(c) A-IV, B-II, C-III, D-I 
(d) None of the above

25. Which of the following is the basis for all food chains?
(a) Consumers 
(b) Producers
(c) Decomposers 
(d) None of the above

26. Total organic matter in an ecosystem is called
(a) Biome 
(b) Biotic community
(c) Plants 
(d) Biomass

27. Energy pyramid is
(a) Always inverted 
(b) Always horizontal
(c) Sometimes diagonal 
(d) None of the above

28. As a result of bio magnification, the secondary consumers will be
(a) The most toxic 
(b) The least toxic
(c) Not toxic at all 
(d) None of the above

29. Which of the following gases is not harmful as a natural component of the atmosphere?
(a) Carbon dioxide 
(b) Hydrogen
(c) Nitrogen 
(d) Water vapors

30. The two main components of an ecosystem are
(a) Plants and animals
(b) Biotic and abiotic
(c) Earth and its surroundings
(d) Macro and microorganisms

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