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“What is the source of energy in an ecosystem?” – it’s one of the easiest question in this quiz. But hey, don’t smile yet. Most of them are really difficult, so don’t be embarrassed if you can’t get more than a couple of right answers. Average score: 9/14.


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Don’t be embarrassed if you can’t get more than a couple of right answers

  • Ecology deals with the study of:

    • Living beings
    • Living and non living components
    • Reciprocal relationship between living and non living components
    • Environment
  • Autecology deals with

    • Ecology of species
    • Ecology of many species
    • Ecology of community
    • All the above
  • Synecology deals with

    • Ecology of many species
    • Ecology of many populations
    • Ecology of community
    • None of the above
  • The term ‘Biocoenosis’ was proposed by

    • Transley
    • Carl Mobius
    • Warming
    • None of the above
  • Pencillium does not swallow the growth of bacterium Staphylococcus. This sort of relationship is called

    • commensalism
    • predation
    • amensalism
    • mutualism
  • Energy flow in ecosystem is

    • Unidirectional
    • Bidirectional
    • Multidirectional
    • None of the above
  • An ecosystem must have continuous external source of

    • minerals
    • energy
    • food
    • All of the above
  • The source of energy in an ecosystem is

    • ATP
    • Sunlight
    • D.N.A
    • R.N.A
  • Biotic potential is counteracted by

    • Competition with other organisms
    • Producer is the largest
    • Limitation of food supply
    • None of the above
  • In a food chain of grassland ecosystem the top consumers are

    • Herbivorous
    • Carnivorous
    • Bacteria
    • Either carnivorous or herbivorous
  • MAB stands for

    • Man and biosphere
    • Man, antibiotics and bacteria
    • Man and biotic community
    • Mayer, Anderson and Bisby
  • Barnacles growing on the back of whale is an example for

    • mutualism
    • parasitism
    • amensalism
    • commensalism
  • The final stable community in an ecological succession is called the

    • final community
    • ultimate community
    • climax community
    • seral community
  • The process of successful establishment of the species in a new area is called

    • sere
    • climax
    • invasion
    • ecesis

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