Natural Resources - Practice Test, Class 9 Science
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______ is the major raw material for biogas.
which of these is not fossil fuel?
As we know that fossil fuels means the fuel which is the sources of energy that have developed within the earth over millions of years due to the decomposition of the remains of plants and animals .So,here coal, petroleum and natural gas is the example of fossil fuel.
Atomic energy is obtained by using ores of_______.
Which of the following is a nonrenewable energy source?
Which of the following soil is the best for plant growth?
Which one of the following is an example of non-renewable resources?
Energy flow in the ecosystem is?
Two important groups of detritivores are :
Firstly,we know that detritivores means the organisms which is heterotrophic nature in nutrition.So, Prokaryotes and fungi are two important groups of detritivores because they are also heterotrophics.
Which of the following is a renewable resource?
Where do terracing help the most in soil conservation?
The life supporting gases such as O2, CO2 and N2 are chiefly concentrated in the_______.
Both power and manure are provided by _______.
Which of the following organisms is incorrectly paired with its trophic level?
They are primary consumers, as they do not make their own food as plants and cyanobacteria do. They must eat something in the environment. Some eat phytoplankton (the primary producers), some eat other zooplankton, some are detritivores (you could call those decomposers I guess), and others have symbiotic relationships with plants and other producers, but all must eat something in their environment, and are a food source for many other animals. They are the first level of consumers in their enviornments’ food web(s).
Solar radiations heat up:
Which trophic level is considered to be the most vulnerable to extinction?
As we know that tertiary consumers eat primary and secondary consumers as their main source of food (producers level). Today due to overpopulation , deforestation,lack of food and environmental pollution affects the life of producers, primary, secondary level.Thus tertiary level also most affects from this.So, Tertiary level is considered to be the most vulnerable to extinction.
In which sphere of the environment Ozone layer is located?
Green plants of an ecosystem are called.
Corbett National Park is famous for?
Yes because tigers of india are only seen in corbett national park.therefore its is famous for its tigers.
_____ of stratosphere provides protection to our life.