Match List I with List II 
List I
(Interaction)
List II 
(Species A and B
A. Mutualism I. +(A), O(B)
B. Commensalism II. -(A), O(B)
C. Amensalism III. +(A), -(B)
D. Parasitism  IV +(A), +(B)
Choose the correct answer from the options given below :
 
Options: A B C D
1. III I IV II
2. IV II I II
3. IV I II III
4. IV III I II
Subtopic:  Population Interactions: Competition | Population Interactions: Predation | Population Interactions: Parasitism | Population Interactions: Commensalism, Protocooperation & Mutualism |
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Given below are two statements:
Statement I: Gause's 'Competitive Exclusion Principle' states that two closely related species competing for the same resources cannot co-exist indefinitely and competitively inferior one will be eliminated eventually.
Statement II: In general, carnivores are more adversely affected by competition than herbivores.

In the light of the above statements, choose the correct answer from the options given below:

1. Statement I is incorrect but Statement II is true.
2. Both Statement I and Statement. II are true.
3. Both Statement I and Statement II are false.
4. Statement I is correct but Statement II is false.
Subtopic:  Population Interactions: Competition |
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Match List I with List II
List I (Interacting species) List II (Name of Interaction)
A. A Leopard and a Lion in a Forest/
grassland
I. Competition
B. A Cuckoo laying an egg in a Crow's nest II. Brood parasitism
C. Fungi and root of a higher plant mycorrhizae I. Mutualism
D. A cattle egret and a Cattle in a field IV. Commensalism

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:
 
Options: A B C D
1. II III I IV
2. I II III IV
3. I II IV III
4. III IV I II
Subtopic:  Population Interactions: Competition | Population Interactions: Predation | Population Interactions: Parasitism | Population Interactions: Amensalism | Population Interactions: Commensalism, Protocooperation & Mutualism |
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Match List I with List II.
List I List II
A. Logistic growth I. Unlimited resource availability condition
B. Exponential growth II. Limited resource availability condition
C. Expanding age pyramid III. The percent individuals of pre-reproductive age is largest followed by reproductive and post reproductive age groups
D. Stable age pyramid IV. The percent individuals of pre-reproductives and reproductive age group are same
Choose the correct answer from the options given below:
Options: A B C D
1. II IV III I
2. II I III IV
3. II III I IV
4. II IV I III
Subtopic:  Population: Exponential Growth Model | Population: Logistic Growth Model | Age Pyramid |
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Plants offer rewards to animals in the form of pollen and nectar and the animals facilitate the pollination process. This is an example of:
1.Amensalism2.Competition
3.Commensalism4.Mutualism
Subtopic:  Population Interactions: Commensalism, Protocooperation & Mutualism |
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For chemical defense against herbivores, Calotropis has
1. Cardiac glycosides 2. strychnine
3. toxic ricin 4. distasteful quinine
Subtopic:  Population Interactions: Predation |
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There are 250 snails in a pond and within a year their number increases to 2500 by reproduction. What should be their birth rate (in per snail per year)?
1. 10 2. 9
3. 25 4. 15
Subtopic:  Population Characters: Natality & Mortality |
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Which one of the following statements cannot be connected to Predation? 
 
1. It is necessitated by nature to maintain the ecological balance .
2. It helps in maintaining species diversity in a community. 
3. It might lead to the extinction of a species.
4. Both the interacting species are negatively impacted.
Subtopic:  Population Interactions: Predation |
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While explaining interspecific interaction of population, (+) sign is assigned for beneficial interaction, (-) sign is assigned for detrimental interaction and (0) for neutral interaction. Which of the following interactions can be assigned (+) for one species and (-) for another species involved in the interaction?
1. Competition
2. Predation
3. Amensalism
4. Commensalism

Subtopic:  Population Interactions: Predation |
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If '8' Drosophila in a laboratory population of '80' died during a week, the death rate in the population is ___________ individuals per Drosophila per week.
1. zero 
2. 0.1
3. 10
4. 1.0 
Subtopic:  Population Attributes |
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