Which one of the following is an example of Ex-situ conservation?
Ex-situ conservation is the conservation of selected organism in places outside their natural homes. They include off site collection and gene banks. In situ conservation,on the other hand, is the conservation of endangered species in their natural habitat. Biosphere reserves, National parks, Wildlife sanctuaries and sacred groves all are examples of In situ conservation.
‘Project Tiger’ in India was started in
Which National park is the new home of the Indian one-horned rhinoceros ?
Plant genes of endangered species are stored in
Plant genes of endangered species are stored in gene bank which is a collection of cloned DNA fragment srepresenting the entire material of an organism.
Which Biosphere reserve known as “Valley of Flower”?
Habitat loss and fragmentation, over exploitation, alien species invasion and co-extinction are causes for
Diversity of habitat over the total landscape is called
Which of the following animal has become almost extinct inIndia ?
Which one of the following is not a gaseous biogeochemical cycle in ecosystem ?
Phosphorus is mostly used as phosphate. Its reservoir pool is phosphate rocks while cycling pool is soil for terrestrial ecosystems and water for aquatice cosystems.
Which one of the following animals may occupy more than one trophic levels in the same ecosystem at the same time?
It feeds upon grains hence called primary consumerand can also feed on insects hence called secondary consumer at the same time in the same ecosystem.