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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » Natural Vegetation and Wildlife - Class 9 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)

Natural Vegetation and Wildlife - Class 9 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)


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Question :

Nilgiri's biosphere reserve was established in [CBSE CCE 2010]


Answer :

1986
1985
1989
1988


Question :

It is used to cure cough and cold. Name the plant.


Answer :

Sarpagandha
Jamun
Arjun
Tulsi


Question :

The wildlife sanctuary for Bears is


Answer :

Jim Corbett
Dachigam
Manas
Rajaji National Park


Question :

Plant community which has grown naturally without human aid [CBSE CCE 2010]


Answer :

Virgin Vegetation
Exotic plants
Tundra
Taiga


Question :

Which Indian states have maximum and minimum forest cover area ?


Answer :

Arunachal Pradesh and Haryana
Himachal Pradesh and Haryana
Tripura and Rajasthan
Manipur and Gujarat


Question :

Which among the following natural vegetation is most predominant in India ? [CBSE CCE 2010]


Answer :

Tropical deciduous forests
Alpine forests
Thorny bushes
Mangrove forests


Question :

The Gir Forest is the last remaining habitat of


Answer :

Bengal Tiger
Asiatic Cheetah
Asiatic Lions
Leopard


Question :

Which one of the following types of vegetation does rubber belong to ?


Answer :

Tundra
Himalayan
Tidal
Tropical Evergreen


Question :

Cinchona trees are found in the area of rainfall more than


Answer :

100 cm
70 cm
50 cm
Less than 50 cm


Question :

Moist Tropical deciduous forests are more prominent in the eastern and central parts of India bccause [CBSE CCE 2010]


Answer :

most of the rivers are found in this part
the soil is ideally suited for such activities
these areas experience 100 to 200 cm of annual rainfall.
There is a commercial significance of such forests in these areas.