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Test # 6 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
 
 
1.  To protect and improve the quality of our 
environment, government of India has passed 
Environment (Protection) Act in the year ______ 
        1. 1974                          2. 1981 
        3. 1986                          4.  1987 
2. Read the following statements and choose 
the correct option 
        Statement A : Electrostatic precipitator 
can remove over 99% particulate matter 
present in exhaust from a thermal power 
plant. 
        Statement B : According to CPCB 
particulate size PM2.5 or less in diameter are 
responsible for causing the greatest harm to 
human health. 
        1. Only statement A is correct. 
        2. Only statement B is correct. 
        3. Both statements A and B are correct. 
        4. Both statements A and B are incorrect. 
3. State True (T) or False (F) for the following 
statements and select the correct option 
A. Motor vehicles equipped with catalytic 
converter should use unleaded petrol because 
lead in the 
petrol inactivates the catalyst. 
B. Recently government of India has instituted 
the Amrita Devi Bishnoi Wildlife Protection 
Award 
for individuals from urban areas that have 
shown extraordinary courage and dedication 
in 
protecting wildlife. 
C. Reforestation may occur naturally in a 
deforested area. 
     A   B   C 
1.  T   T   F 
2.  T   F   T 
3.  T   F   F 
4.  F   F   T 
4. Triangular age pyramid represents 
1. Expanding population. 
2. Declining population. 
3. Mature population. 
4. Both (a) and (c) 
5. What do you mean by bioprospecting? 
1. Biological analysis of living things to classify 
them? 
2. Exploring molecular, genetic and species 
level diversity for product of economic 
importance. 
3. Exploring forests to identify diversity 
present there. 
4. It is branch of biology which deals with 
prospect of conservation. 
6. Which of the following is not correct with 
respect of control of vehicular air pollution in 
India? 
1. Use of CNG as fuel 
2. Not phasing out of old vehicles as they have 
better technology 
3. Use of unleaded petrol, low-sulphur petrol 
and diesel 
4. Use of catalytic converter 
7. Each tropic level has certain mass of living 
material at a particular time called 
1. Standing crop  
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Test # 6 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
 
 
1.  To protect and improve the quality of our 
environment, government of India has passed 
Environment (Protection) Act in the year ______ 
        1. 1974                          2. 1981 
        3. 1986                          4.  1987 
2. Read the following statements and choose 
the correct option 
        Statement A : Electrostatic precipitator 
can remove over 99% particulate matter 
present in exhaust from a thermal power 
plant. 
        Statement B : According to CPCB 
particulate size PM2.5 or less in diameter are 
responsible for causing the greatest harm to 
human health. 
        1. Only statement A is correct. 
        2. Only statement B is correct. 
        3. Both statements A and B are correct. 
        4. Both statements A and B are incorrect. 
3. State True (T) or False (F) for the following 
statements and select the correct option 
A. Motor vehicles equipped with catalytic 
converter should use unleaded petrol because 
lead in the 
petrol inactivates the catalyst. 
B. Recently government of India has instituted 
the Amrita Devi Bishnoi Wildlife Protection 
Award 
for individuals from urban areas that have 
shown extraordinary courage and dedication 
in 
protecting wildlife. 
C. Reforestation may occur naturally in a 
deforested area. 
     A   B   C 
1.  T   T   F 
2.  T   F   T 
3.  T   F   F 
4.  F   F   T 
4. Triangular age pyramid represents 
1. Expanding population. 
2. Declining population. 
3. Mature population. 
4. Both (a) and (c) 
5. What do you mean by bioprospecting? 
1. Biological analysis of living things to classify 
them? 
2. Exploring molecular, genetic and species 
level diversity for product of economic 
importance. 
3. Exploring forests to identify diversity 
present there. 
4. It is branch of biology which deals with 
prospect of conservation. 
6. Which of the following is not correct with 
respect of control of vehicular air pollution in 
India? 
1. Use of CNG as fuel 
2. Not phasing out of old vehicles as they have 
better technology 
3. Use of unleaded petrol, low-sulphur petrol 
and diesel 
4. Use of catalytic converter 
7. Each tropic level has certain mass of living 
material at a particular time called 
1. Standing crop  
Test # 6 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
 
 
2. Standing state 
3. GPP  
4.NPP 
8. Term ‘biodiversity’ was popularized by 
1. Robert May  
2. Edward Wilson 
3. Paul Ehrlich  
4. C. Mobius 
9. Choose the incorrect match regarding 
examples of recent extinctions. 
1. Quagga - Africa 
2. Steller’s Sea Cow - Russia 
3. Dodo - Myanmar 
4. Thylacine – Australia 
10. Read the following statements and choose 
the correct option 
Statement 1 : The success of mammals is 
largely due to their ability to maintain a 
constant body temperature. 
Statement 2 : Majority of the animals and 
nearly all plants cannot maintain a constant 
internal environment. 
1. Only statement 1 is correct. 
2. Only statement 2 is correct. 
3. Both statements are correct. 
11. Select the correct option regarding relative 
contribution of various greenhouse gases to 
total global warming. 
1. CO2 > CFCs > N2O >CH4 
2. CH4 > CO2 > N2O >CFCs 
3. N2O > CO2 > CFCs > CH4 
4. CO2 > CH4 > CFCs > N2O 
12. Select the incorrect statement 
1. Species diversity decreases as we move 
away from the equator towards the poles. 
2. The IUCN red list (2004) documents the 
extinction of 784 species in the last 500 years. 
3. Amazon rainforest is so huge that it is called 
the ‘heart of the planet’ 
4. Extinction of  
13. Who coined the term ecosystem and 
defined it as the sum total of interactions 
between biotic and abiotic components? 
1.  C. Mobius                  
2.  A.G. Tansley 
3.  Forbes                       
4.  Friederich 
14. Detritus is 
1.  Dead raw material for decomposition. 
2. Partially decomposed organic matter. 
3.  Dead remains of animals & plants. 
4. Both (1) and (2) 
15. In aquatic ecosystem, major channel for 
energy flow is 
1.  Grazing food chain. 
2. Detritus food chain. 
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Test # 6 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
 
 
1.  To protect and improve the quality of our 
environment, government of India has passed 
Environment (Protection) Act in the year ______ 
        1. 1974                          2. 1981 
        3. 1986                          4.  1987 
2. Read the following statements and choose 
the correct option 
        Statement A : Electrostatic precipitator 
can remove over 99% particulate matter 
present in exhaust from a thermal power 
plant. 
        Statement B : According to CPCB 
particulate size PM2.5 or less in diameter are 
responsible for causing the greatest harm to 
human health. 
        1. Only statement A is correct. 
        2. Only statement B is correct. 
        3. Both statements A and B are correct. 
        4. Both statements A and B are incorrect. 
3. State True (T) or False (F) for the following 
statements and select the correct option 
A. Motor vehicles equipped with catalytic 
converter should use unleaded petrol because 
lead in the 
petrol inactivates the catalyst. 
B. Recently government of India has instituted 
the Amrita Devi Bishnoi Wildlife Protection 
Award 
for individuals from urban areas that have 
shown extraordinary courage and dedication 
in 
protecting wildlife. 
C. Reforestation may occur naturally in a 
deforested area. 
     A   B   C 
1.  T   T   F 
2.  T   F   T 
3.  T   F   F 
4.  F   F   T 
4. Triangular age pyramid represents 
1. Expanding population. 
2. Declining population. 
3. Mature population. 
4. Both (a) and (c) 
5. What do you mean by bioprospecting? 
1. Biological analysis of living things to classify 
them? 
2. Exploring molecular, genetic and species 
level diversity for product of economic 
importance. 
3. Exploring forests to identify diversity 
present there. 
4. It is branch of biology which deals with 
prospect of conservation. 
6. Which of the following is not correct with 
respect of control of vehicular air pollution in 
India? 
1. Use of CNG as fuel 
2. Not phasing out of old vehicles as they have 
better technology 
3. Use of unleaded petrol, low-sulphur petrol 
and diesel 
4. Use of catalytic converter 
7. Each tropic level has certain mass of living 
material at a particular time called 
1. Standing crop  
Test # 6 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
 
 
2. Standing state 
3. GPP  
4.NPP 
8. Term ‘biodiversity’ was popularized by 
1. Robert May  
2. Edward Wilson 
3. Paul Ehrlich  
4. C. Mobius 
9. Choose the incorrect match regarding 
examples of recent extinctions. 
1. Quagga - Africa 
2. Steller’s Sea Cow - Russia 
3. Dodo - Myanmar 
4. Thylacine – Australia 
10. Read the following statements and choose 
the correct option 
Statement 1 : The success of mammals is 
largely due to their ability to maintain a 
constant body temperature. 
Statement 2 : Majority of the animals and 
nearly all plants cannot maintain a constant 
internal environment. 
1. Only statement 1 is correct. 
2. Only statement 2 is correct. 
3. Both statements are correct. 
11. Select the correct option regarding relative 
contribution of various greenhouse gases to 
total global warming. 
1. CO2 > CFCs > N2O >CH4 
2. CH4 > CO2 > N2O >CFCs 
3. N2O > CO2 > CFCs > CH4 
4. CO2 > CH4 > CFCs > N2O 
12. Select the incorrect statement 
1. Species diversity decreases as we move 
away from the equator towards the poles. 
2. The IUCN red list (2004) documents the 
extinction of 784 species in the last 500 years. 
3. Amazon rainforest is so huge that it is called 
the ‘heart of the planet’ 
4. Extinction of  
13. Who coined the term ecosystem and 
defined it as the sum total of interactions 
between biotic and abiotic components? 
1.  C. Mobius                  
2.  A.G. Tansley 
3.  Forbes                       
4.  Friederich 
14. Detritus is 
1.  Dead raw material for decomposition. 
2. Partially decomposed organic matter. 
3.  Dead remains of animals & plants. 
4. Both (1) and (2) 
15. In aquatic ecosystem, major channel for 
energy flow is 
1.  Grazing food chain. 
2. Detritus food chain. 
Test # 6 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
 
 
3.  Auxillary food chain. 
4.  Parasitic food chain. 
16. State True (T) or False (F) for the 
following statements and select the 
correct option 
a. Mammals from colder climates 
generally have smaller ears and limbs 
to minimize the heat loss. 
b. Experience of altitude sickness is 
due to high atmospheric pressure at 
high altitudes. 
c. The size of a population for any 
species is not a static parameter. 
d. Resources for growth for most of 
the animal population are infinite and 
become limiting sooner or later. 
                           
  
      a        b       c        d 
1.   T       T        T        T 
2.   F       T        T        F 
3.   F       F        F        F 
4.   T       F       T         F 
17. If ‘N’ is the population density at time t, 
then its density at time ‘t+1’ will be 
1. Nt+1=Nt×[(B+I) -(D+E)]  
2. Nt+1=Nt+[(B+I) -(D+E)]  
3. Nt+1=Nt+[(B+I)+(D+E)]  
4. Nt+1=Nt×[(B+I)+(D+E)] 
18. Choose the incorrect match regarding 
population interactions. 
                             Species A         Species B 
   1.  Ammensalism       –                      – 
   2. Parasitism            +                      – 
   3.  Commensalism     +                      0 
   4. Mutualism             +                      + 
19. Which of the following statements is/are 
correct? 
(1) The entire sequence of communities that 
successively change in a given area is called 
sere. 
(2) The natural reservoir of phosphorus is rock. 
(3) Ecological pyramids do not accommodate 
food web. 
1. Only statement (1) is correct. 
2. Only statement (2) is correct. 
3. All (1), (2) and (3) are correct. 
4. All (1), (2) and (3) are incorrect. 
20. In most ecosystems, all the pyramids of 
number, energy and biomass are upright. It 
indicates that 
(1) Producers are more in number and 
biomass than the herbivores. 
(2) Herbivores are less in number and biomass 
than the carnivores. 
(3) Energy at a lower tropic level is always 
more than at a higher level. 
Choose the correct option. 
1. Only (1) is correct. 
2. Only (2) is correct. 
3. Both (1) and (3) are correct. 
4. Both (2) and (3) are correct. 
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Test # 6 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
 
 
1.  To protect and improve the quality of our 
environment, government of India has passed 
Environment (Protection) Act in the year ______ 
        1. 1974                          2. 1981 
        3. 1986                          4.  1987 
2. Read the following statements and choose 
the correct option 
        Statement A : Electrostatic precipitator 
can remove over 99% particulate matter 
present in exhaust from a thermal power 
plant. 
        Statement B : According to CPCB 
particulate size PM2.5 or less in diameter are 
responsible for causing the greatest harm to 
human health. 
        1. Only statement A is correct. 
        2. Only statement B is correct. 
        3. Both statements A and B are correct. 
        4. Both statements A and B are incorrect. 
3. State True (T) or False (F) for the following 
statements and select the correct option 
A. Motor vehicles equipped with catalytic 
converter should use unleaded petrol because 
lead in the 
petrol inactivates the catalyst. 
B. Recently government of India has instituted 
the Amrita Devi Bishnoi Wildlife Protection 
Award 
for individuals from urban areas that have 
shown extraordinary courage and dedication 
in 
protecting wildlife. 
C. Reforestation may occur naturally in a 
deforested area. 
     A   B   C 
1.  T   T   F 
2.  T   F   T 
3.  T   F   F 
4.  F   F   T 
4. Triangular age pyramid represents 
1. Expanding population. 
2. Declining population. 
3. Mature population. 
4. Both (a) and (c) 
5. What do you mean by bioprospecting? 
1. Biological analysis of living things to classify 
them? 
2. Exploring molecular, genetic and species 
level diversity for product of economic 
importance. 
3. Exploring forests to identify diversity 
present there. 
4. It is branch of biology which deals with 
prospect of conservation. 
6. Which of the following is not correct with 
respect of control of vehicular air pollution in 
India? 
1. Use of CNG as fuel 
2. Not phasing out of old vehicles as they have 
better technology 
3. Use of unleaded petrol, low-sulphur petrol 
and diesel 
4. Use of catalytic converter 
7. Each tropic level has certain mass of living 
material at a particular time called 
1. Standing crop  
Test # 6 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
 
 
2. Standing state 
3. GPP  
4.NPP 
8. Term ‘biodiversity’ was popularized by 
1. Robert May  
2. Edward Wilson 
3. Paul Ehrlich  
4. C. Mobius 
9. Choose the incorrect match regarding 
examples of recent extinctions. 
1. Quagga - Africa 
2. Steller’s Sea Cow - Russia 
3. Dodo - Myanmar 
4. Thylacine – Australia 
10. Read the following statements and choose 
the correct option 
Statement 1 : The success of mammals is 
largely due to their ability to maintain a 
constant body temperature. 
Statement 2 : Majority of the animals and 
nearly all plants cannot maintain a constant 
internal environment. 
1. Only statement 1 is correct. 
2. Only statement 2 is correct. 
3. Both statements are correct. 
11. Select the correct option regarding relative 
contribution of various greenhouse gases to 
total global warming. 
1. CO2 > CFCs > N2O >CH4 
2. CH4 > CO2 > N2O >CFCs 
3. N2O > CO2 > CFCs > CH4 
4. CO2 > CH4 > CFCs > N2O 
12. Select the incorrect statement 
1. Species diversity decreases as we move 
away from the equator towards the poles. 
2. The IUCN red list (2004) documents the 
extinction of 784 species in the last 500 years. 
3. Amazon rainforest is so huge that it is called 
the ‘heart of the planet’ 
4. Extinction of  
13. Who coined the term ecosystem and 
defined it as the sum total of interactions 
between biotic and abiotic components? 
1.  C. Mobius                  
2.  A.G. Tansley 
3.  Forbes                       
4.  Friederich 
14. Detritus is 
1.  Dead raw material for decomposition. 
2. Partially decomposed organic matter. 
3.  Dead remains of animals & plants. 
4. Both (1) and (2) 
15. In aquatic ecosystem, major channel for 
energy flow is 
1.  Grazing food chain. 
2. Detritus food chain. 
Test # 6 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
 
 
3.  Auxillary food chain. 
4.  Parasitic food chain. 
16. State True (T) or False (F) for the 
following statements and select the 
correct option 
a. Mammals from colder climates 
generally have smaller ears and limbs 
to minimize the heat loss. 
b. Experience of altitude sickness is 
due to high atmospheric pressure at 
high altitudes. 
c. The size of a population for any 
species is not a static parameter. 
d. Resources for growth for most of 
the animal population are infinite and 
become limiting sooner or later. 
                           
  
      a        b       c        d 
1.   T       T        T        T 
2.   F       T        T        F 
3.   F       F        F        F 
4.   T       F       T         F 
17. If ‘N’ is the population density at time t, 
then its density at time ‘t+1’ will be 
1. Nt+1=Nt×[(B+I) -(D+E)]  
2. Nt+1=Nt+[(B+I) -(D+E)]  
3. Nt+1=Nt+[(B+I)+(D+E)]  
4. Nt+1=Nt×[(B+I)+(D+E)] 
18. Choose the incorrect match regarding 
population interactions. 
                             Species A         Species B 
   1.  Ammensalism       –                      – 
   2. Parasitism            +                      – 
   3.  Commensalism     +                      0 
   4. Mutualism             +                      + 
19. Which of the following statements is/are 
correct? 
(1) The entire sequence of communities that 
successively change in a given area is called 
sere. 
(2) The natural reservoir of phosphorus is rock. 
(3) Ecological pyramids do not accommodate 
food web. 
1. Only statement (1) is correct. 
2. Only statement (2) is correct. 
3. All (1), (2) and (3) are correct. 
4. All (1), (2) and (3) are incorrect. 
20. In most ecosystems, all the pyramids of 
number, energy and biomass are upright. It 
indicates that 
(1) Producers are more in number and 
biomass than the herbivores. 
(2) Herbivores are less in number and biomass 
than the carnivores. 
(3) Energy at a lower tropic level is always 
more than at a higher level. 
Choose the correct option. 
1. Only (1) is correct. 
2. Only (2) is correct. 
3. Both (1) and (3) are correct. 
4. Both (2) and (3) are correct. 
Test # 6 (NEETprep Test Series) 
NEETprep Contact Number:  9667591930 / 8527521718 
 
 
21. In which part of the atmosphere ‘good 
ozone’ is found? 
1. Troposphere  
2. Stratosphere 
3. Ionosphere  
4. Exosphere 
22. During primary succession on rocks, 
pioneer species are 
1. Annual grasses.  
2. Perennial grasses. 
3. Xerophytic shrubs.  
4. Lichens. 
23. Out of total cost of various ecosystem 
services, the soil formation accounts for about 
__A__, and contribution of other services like 
recreation and nutrient cycling, are less than 
__B__ each. 
In the above statement for ‘A’ and ‘B’, which 
option is correct? 
1. A – 6%, B – 10%  
2. A – 50%, B – 10% 
3. A – 10%, B – 50%  
4. A – 10%, B – 6% 
24. What is/are the correct explanation(s) for 
the species richness of the tropics? 
1. Tropics had less evolutionary time for 
species diversification. 
2. Tropics provide a relatively constant 
environment. 
3. Tropics receive more solar energy which 
contributes to greater productivity. 
4. Both (b) and (c) are correct. 
25. Which one is not an effect of increase in 
the level of greenhouse gases? 
1. CO2 fertilization effect. 
2. EI Nino effect. 
3. Snow blindness. 
4. Warming of troposphere and cooling of 
stratosphere and thermosphere 
26. In terrestrial ecosystem, a much larger 
fraction of energy flows through______ 
1. GFC  
2. DFC 
3. Parasitic food chain  
4. Both (a) and (c) 
27. Read the following statements and choose 
the correct option 
Statement - 1 : Food webs provide stability to 
food chain. 
Statement - 2 : Food web operates because of 
taste preference for particular food 
and  unavailability of food. 
1. Only statement (2) is correct. 
2. Only statement (1) is correct. 
3. Both statements are correct. 
4. Both statements are incorrect 
28. A person who is working as Disc Jockey 
(DJ) might suffer from? 
1. Psychological and physiological disorder 
2. Sleeplessness, increased heart beating, 
altered breathing pattern 
3. Permanent lose of hearing ability in long 
run 
4. All the above 
29. Initially, how many biodiversity hot spots 
were identified globally? 
1. 34  
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