MCQs Questions For Biodiversity For NEET and Medical Exam 2022

NEET Biology is the scoring paper in the medical entrance examination. Here, you will discover the NEET Biology MCQ Questions for all Concepts as per the latest syllabus. Practice more on a regular basis with these NEET Biology objective questions on air pollution and improve your subject knowledge & problem-solving skills along with time management. NEET Biology Biodiversity Multiple Choice Questions make you feel confident in answering the question in the exam & increases your scores to high.


Q.1. Pick the correct match

(a) Stratification – Population
(b) Aerenchyma – Opuntia
(c) Age Pyramid – Biome
(d) Parthenium hysterophorus – a threat to biodiversity

(d) Parthenium hysterophorus – a threat to biodiversity


Q.2. The National aquatic animal of India is

(a) Sea horse
(b) River Dolphin
(c) Blue whale
(d) Gangetic shark

(b) River Dolphin


Q.3. The hot spots of biodiversity are characterized by:

(a) low endemicity and low threat of extinction
(b) low endemicity and high threat of extinction
(c) high endemicity and low threat of extinction
(d) high endemicity and high threat of extinction

(d) high endemicity and high threat of extinction


Q.4. Presence of plants organised into well defined vertical layers based on their heights can be best observed in

(a) grassland
(b) tropical savannah
(c) tropical rain forest
(d) temperate forest

(c) tropical rain forest


Q.5. Which of these is related to Ex-situ conservation of threatened plants and animals?

(a) Biodiversity hotspots
(b) Wildlife safari parks
(c) Amazon rainforest
(d) Himalayan region

(b) Wildlife safari parks


Q.6. The region of biosphere reserve that is protected legally, where no human activity takes place is known as

(a) transition zone
(b) buffer zone
(c) core zone
(d) restoration zone

(c) core zone


Q.7. The most important reason for biodiversity loss in today’s age is

(a) over-exploitation
(b) co-extinctions
(c) alien species invasions
(d) fragmentation and habitat loss

(d) fragmentation and habitat loss


Q.8. Biodiversity loss can lead to everything except this

(a) increased resistance to the environmental perturbance
(b) a decline in plant production
(c) increased variability in water use
(d) increased variability in pest and disease cycle

(a) increased resistance to the environmental perturbance


Q.9. Which of these is not a reason accounting for greater biodiversity of tropics?

(a) more niche specialization
(b) availability of more solar energy
(c) more time for species diversification
(d) large seasonal variations in environmental factors

(d) large seasonal variations in environmental factors


Q.10. The main difference between the ‘Sixth extinction’ and the previous five extinctions is that, the sixth extinction

(a) mainly affects plants
(b) mainly occurs on islands
(c) occurs at a faster rate
(d) is exclusive of human activities

(c) occurs at a faster rate

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