Which one of the following is not observed in biodiversity hot spots?  from Biology Biodiversity and Conservation Class 12 Nagaland Board
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Which one of the following is not observed in biodiversity hot spots? 

  • Endemism

  • Accelerated species loss

  • Lesser interspecific competition

  • species richness


C.

Lesser interspecific competition

Hot spots are areas that are extremely rich in species diversity, have high endemism and are under constant threat. The key criteria for determining a hot spot are a number of endemic species, and degree of threat, which is measured in terms of habitat globally with an approximate area of 1.4%. Among the 25 hot spots, 2 are found in India, ie, Western Ghat and Eastern Himalayas. These areas are particularly rich in floral wealth and endemism not only in flowering plants but also in reptiles, amphibians, swallow-tailed butterflies and some mammals.

Hot spots are areas that are extremely rich in species diversity, have high endemism and are under constant threat. The key criteria for determining a hot spot are a number of endemic species, and degree of threat, which is measured in terms of habitat globally with an approximate area of 1.4%. Among the 25 hot spots, 2 are found in India, ie, Western Ghat and Eastern Himalayas. These areas are particularly rich in floral wealth and endemism not only in flowering plants but also in reptiles, amphibians, swallow-tailed butterflies and some mammals.

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Number of Biosphere reserves in India is :
  • 143
  • 90
  • 180
  • 448

B.

90
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The number of national parks in India is :
  • 56
  • 66
  • 90
  • 448

C.

90
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According to the IUCN (2004), the total number of plant and animal species described so far is slightly more than :
  • 1.5 million
  • 15 million
  • 150 million
  • 1500 million

A.

1.5 million
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What are the species confined to a region and not found anywhere else called?
  • Endangered
  • extinct
  • Sacred
  • Endemic

D.

Endemic
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Animals constitute what % of the total species of organisms (plants and animals) recorded so far ?
  • 7%
  • 70%
  • 17%
  • 8%

B.

70%
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