Quiz: How Much You Know About Ecosystem and its Components?

Questions : 16 | Total Attempts: 687 | Recent Updated: 25-Apr-2020
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The ecosystem is a dynamic system that includes both biotic and abiotic components, influencing the properties of each other. They are necessary for the maintenance of life and it is a self-regulatory and self-sustaining, structural and functional unit of the landscape. It can be natural as forest or artificial as aquarium, spacecraft, kitchen, etc. It can be small as a log or can be large as forests, pond, coral reef, river, ocean, etc. So play the Ecosystem and its Components quiz and know more about the ecosystem and its components.

Questions Excerpt


1. Which ecosystem has maximum stratification?

A. Desert ecosystem

B. Grassland

C. Coniferous land

D. Tropical rainforest

2. What is the percentage of Sunlight trapped by producers?

A. 1 to 5%

B. 5 to 10%

C. 10 to 15%

D. 15 to 20%

3. What is the percentage of energy utilized by the herbivorous?

A. 20%

B. 50%

C. 10%

D. 30%

4. The graphical representation of different trophic levels is called.....

A. Food chain

B. Food web

C. Ecological equivalents

D. Ecological pyramid

5. Which category of the pyramid can never be inverted?

A. Number

B. Biomass

C. Energy

D. All of the above

6. Which category of organisms forms the starting point of the food chain?

A. Micro consumer

B. Producers

C. Reducers

D. Herbivorous

7. Key industrial animals are the term used for.....

A. Primary consumer

B. Secondary consumers

C. Tertiary consumers

D. All of the above

8. In the deep aquatic ecosystem, the major autotrophs are.....

A. Phytoplanktons

B. Zooplanktons

C. Small plants

D. Macrophytes

9. What scientific term is used for the circulation of the essential nutrients?

A. Biogeographic cycle

B. Cycling of material

C. Biological cycle

D. Biogeochemical cycle

10. Which one of the following is the source of energy in the ecosystem?

A. Sun

B. Glucose

C. DNA

D. ATP

11. The process which helps in nutrient conservation is.....

A. Mineralization

B. Nutrification

C. Leaching

D. Immobilization

12. Who gave the 10% law for energy transfer?

A. Transley

B. Lindman

C. Odum

D. Stanley

13. How many types of ecological pyramids?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

14. Who proposed ecological pyramids?

A. Haeckel

B. Odum

C. Lindman

D. Elton

15. In an ecosystem, which of the following act as a micro consumer?

A. Insects

B. Bacteria

C. Small fish

D. Phytoplankton

16. In the pyramid of the number, herbivorous occupy.....

A. Second position

B. First position

C. Fourth position

D. Proposition

 

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