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Question 1. In India, which type of forest among the following occupies the largest area?
(A) Tropical Wet Evergreen Forest
(B) Tropical Moist Deciduous Forest
(C) Sub-tropical Dry Evergreen Forest
(D) Montane Wet Temperate Forest
Question 2. Teak and Sal are the products of __________.
(A) Alpine Forests
(B) Tropical Thorn Forests
(C) Tropical Evergreen Forests
(D) Tropical Dry Deciduous Forests
Question 3. The birch tree is found in ___________.
Question 4. Which of the following woods is used for manufacturing Katha?
Question 5. Which one of the following tree is abundant in temperate zone of Western Himalayas?
(A) Blue pine
(B) Silver fur
Question 6. In which one of the following states Cinchona tree does not grow?
(A) West Bengal
Question 7. Which one of the following is called ‘flame of the forest’?
(A) Tectona grandis
(B) Butea monosperma
(C) Jacaranda mimosafolia
(D) Bouhinia variegata
Question 8. Teak forest is found in which of the following states of India?
(C) Uttar Pradesh
(D) Madhya Pradesh
Question 9. Which of the following plants have no flowers?
Question 10. The alpine vegetation in the Western Himalayas is found only up to a height of 3000 metres while in the Eastern Himalayas it is found up to a height of 4000 metres. The reason for this variation in the same mountain range is that ___________.
(A) Eastern Himalayas rocks are more fertile than the Western Himalayan rocks
(B) Eastern Himalayas get more monsoon rainfall than the Western Himalayas
(C) Eastern Himalayas are nearer to the equator and sea coast than Western Himalayas
(D) Eastern Himalayas are higher than Western Himalayas
Question 11. What is the difference between the antelopes Oryx and Chiru?
(A) Oryx is adapted to live in hot arid areas whereas Chiru is adapted to live in Steppes and semi-desert areas of cold high mountains
(B) Oryx is poached for its antlers whereas Chiru is poached for its musk
(C) Oryx exists in Western India only whereas Chiru exists in North-East India only
(D) None of the statements (A), (B) and (C) given above is correct
Question 12. Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched?
(A) Sundari – West Bengal
(B) Sandal wood – Kerala
(C) Deodar – Madhya Pradesh
(D) Teak – Jammu and Kashmir
Question 13. Open stunted forests with bushes and small trees having long roots and sharp thorns repeated spines are commonly found in ___________.
(A) Western Andhra Pradesh
(B) Shivalik and Terai region
(C) North-Eastern Tamil Nadu
(D) Eastern Odisha
Question 14. Which among the following trees is found at the highest elevation from the sea level?
Question 15. Which of the following state’s forests are classified as ‘Sub-tropical’ forests?
(B) Tamil Nadu
(C) Madhya Pradesh
Question 16. Which one of the following is not essentially a species of the Himalayan vegetation?
(B) Silver fir
Question 17. An example of multipurpose tree used in social forestry is __________.
Question 18. Lisa is obtained from the tree of __________.
Question 19. Which of the following is not correctly matched?
(A) Vembanad – Karnataka
(B) Pichavaram – Tamil Nadu
(C) Bhitarkanika – Odisha
(D) Sundarbans – West Bengal
Question 20. Match the following.
|(a) Teak||1. Himalayan Tarai Region|
|(b) Deodar||2. Central India|
|(c) Sundari||3. Sunderban|
|(d) Cinchona||4. High altitude regions of Himalaya|
Question 21. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists.
|List-I (Forest)||List-II (Region)|
|(a) Tropical moist deciduous||1. Arunachal Pradesh|
|(b) Tropical dry deciduous||2. Sahyadris|
|(c) Alpine||3. Middle Ganga Plain|
|(d) Tropical evergreen||4. Tarai|
Question 22. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists.
|(a) Tropical forest||1. Sunderbans|
|(b) Conifer forest||2. Himachal Pradesh|
|(c) Mangroves||3. Rajasthan|
|(d) Deciduous forest||4. Silent Valley|
Question 23. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists.
|List-I (Mangroves)||List-II (State)|
|(a) Achra Ratnagiri||1. Karnataka|
|(b) Coondapur||2. Kerala|
|(c) Pichavaram||3. Andhra Pradesh|
|(d) Vembanad||4. Maharashtra|
|5. Tamil Nadu|
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