ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES CHAPTER 16 BIOLOGY


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QUESTION: 1

Due to acid rain, metal, marble, painted surface, etc. are being corroded. This phenomenon is called

Solution: The damage caused to rocks and marble by acid rain is called as marble-leprosy or stone- leprosy.eg: Taj Mahal.
QUESTION: 2

The colloidal constituents of domestic sewage are

Solution: The correct answer is pathogens as phosphate and nitrates are soluble and thus form a solution with water and clay and slit form suspension also pathogen come in the size range of colloidal particles..
QUESTION: 3

The high BOD in a particular segment of a river indicates that

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

E.coli is used as an indicator organism to determine pollution of water with

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Infrasonic vibrations are felt when body parts resonate at a frequency of X. Identity X

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QUESTION: 6

Increasing cancer and high mutation rates are the result of

Solution: Depletion of the ozone layer has consequences on humans, animals and plants. This typically results from higher UV levels reaching us on earth. Research confirms that high levels of UV Rays cause non-melanoma skin cancer. Additionally, it plays a major role in malignant melanoma development.
QUESTION: 7

Agricultural crops are grown in between the rows of sal and teak. This is known as

Solution: Tungya System:-
A form of agroforestry system in which short term crops are grown in the early years of the plantation of a woody perennials species in order to utilize the land, control weeds, reduce establishment costs, generate early income and stimulate the development of the woody perennials species.
QUESTION: 8

Uliso, belesu and balasu are the aim of

Solution: A similar movement to chipko movement was undertaken by Paudurang Hegde in the south. It was known as Appiko movement. It's aim were uliso (conservation), belesu (growth-plantation) and balasu (rational use).
QUESTION: 9

The incomplete burning of carbohydrate produces.

Solution: Incomplete combustion when there is shorage of oxygen.The products of complete combustion are water and carbomdioxide whereas in dis case water is produced and carbon monoxide and carbon are released.The carbon is released as soot.
QUESTION: 10

Which of the following pollutant causes irritation of eyes and respiratory diseases

Solution:

Sulfur dioxide irritates the skin and mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs. High concentrations of SO2 can cause inflammation and irritation of the respiratory system, especially during heavy physical activity.