10th Class Biology Chapter No 7 MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT MCQs

10th Class Biology MCQs Chapter No 7 MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT




Book Name :  Biology
Chapter No. 07 / 16
Chapter Name :  MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT
Total MCQ from Text Book :  157
Book Version  :
New book Printed in 2022

Published By : Punjab Text Book Board Lahore
Approved By : Govt of the Punjab and Federal Ministry for Education
Test Type : MCQ / Fill in the Blanks / Short Answers
Exam conduct By : Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Punjab
Class / Grade  : 10th (Matriculation)
Total Marks : 157
Total Time :  157 minutes


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Class 10th - Biology Chapter No.07/16 MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT

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Which of the following plant is a parasitic plant?

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A type of symbiotic interaction in which both partners get benefit and neither is harmed is known as:

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In ecosystems, the flow of____________ is one way, while__________________ is/are constantly recycled

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Which of the following is a bacteria involve in conversion of nitrites into nitrates in the process of nitrification.

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Which statement is true about producers?

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Grass -->  Grass hopper --> Sparrow -->Hawk. This series represents:

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What is the solution for issue of urbanization?

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Carbon cycle is a perfect cycle because:

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The parasite spends their whole life cycle as parasites. (The statement belongs to)?

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When industrial revolution started some 250 years ago, the world population was at

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Which surfaces are easily corroded by acid rain?

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The current level of urbanization in Pakistan is about:

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Example of permanent parasitism is:

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A stage where living organism transforms gaseous nitrogen into nitrates is called

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Carnivorous plants live where:

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Most of the islands of Maldives are:

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Which one of the followings chains represents food chain?

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Which competition is severe and strong?

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Example of endo-parasites?

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Which of the following is an example of ectoparasite?

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A series of organisms, in which each type of organism feed on the one below it, in the series:

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A source of matter for all living organisms is:

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Identify the correctly matched pair:

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In the food chain tree —> caterpillar —> robin —> hawk         coyote, which is the secondary consumer?

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Nitrogen is an important structural. component of necessary compounds like

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Minerals released by decomposers are used as nutrients by:

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In ecology, the levels of organization range from organism to:

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Which wonder of world is damaged by acid rain?

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Those components of environment which include non-living factors are known as

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In which form carbon is found in nature?

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Which of the followings form the base of food chain?

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In global warming glaciers melt fast and sea level rises and it causes?

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 Which one of the following industries -produces cotton dust, nitrogen oxides, chlorine, smoke and sulphur dioxide.

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Abiotic components are broadly classified into:

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A group of organisms of a same species living in a particular area is called

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In leguminous plants, bacteria obtain food and shelter from plants, what does bacteria do in return?

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The acidic rain pH ranges

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Organisms in the ecosystem that are responsible for the recycling of plant and animal wastes are:

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The open spaces in cities should be reserved through?

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Since 1800. Carbon dioxide concentrations have increased up to:

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All ecosystems of the world together form the:

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An interaction between two animals of different species or between a plant or an animal is called:

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A network of food chains which are inter-connected at various trophic levels is called.

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Who can pick gaseous nitrogen directly from atmosphere?

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Types of ecological pyramids are:

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Which of the following statement is against to create a balance in nature?

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Inter-specific interaction:

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An organism's enviroment is the sum of

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The rain polluted by acid that has been released into the atmosphere from factories and other industrial processes is called

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Sucker fish attaches to the surface of sharks by its.

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Who did develop the concept of ecological pyramids?

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Total organic matter present in an ecosystem is called:

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Which one of the followings is not a primary consumer?

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Epiphytes are small plants, they absorb water and minerals from

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The harmful effects of the UV rays are visible in the countries such as:

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The cyclic pathways through which chemical elements move to organisms and back to environment is called.

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A relationship between members of different species, in which they li%e together for a shorter or longer period is:

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Long term effects of noise pollution are

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Which one the following statements is correct about fertilizer industries?

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All carnivores are:

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Which famous building has been corroded by acid rain?

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What are the pests?

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In the food chain "grass —> rabbit —>  fox —> hear —> mushroom", .how many types of decomposers are present'?

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Interaction between the members of same species is called:

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What was the population rate of Pakistan in 1981?

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In which year united nations established inter governmental panel on climate change (IPCC)?

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Which of the following is an example of artificial ecosystem?

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A process in which nitrates and nitrites are reduced to nitrogen gas by denitrifying bacteria is called

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When rain falls through polluted air it comes across chemicals such as:

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Which bird is used to find honey-bee colonies:

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Un-wanted, unpleasant and annoying sound arc termed as:

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Which industry is a coal based?

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In temporary parasitism:

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Producers store energy in their tissues and transform it into:

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Ecosystem comprises of:

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Producers get solar energy and transform it into chemical energy by the process of:

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The phenomenon in which green house gases trap heat in the atmosphere and prevents rising warm air from escaping is.

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Acid rain is a result of:

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Burning of petroleum produces:

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Which group is a perfect match of producers?

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When sunlight reaches the surface of the earth much of its energy is transformed into:

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An example of tertiary carnivores is:

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What is the positive impact of urbanization?

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In which way carnivorous plants attract insects?

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Carbon containing fossil fuels are:

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Which of the following is not a- polluting gas

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The substances that actully cause pollution arc called:

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According to IPCC global surface temperature has increased

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Which art the principal decomposers of biosphere?

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Which form of Nitrogen is taken by the producers of the ecosystem?

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Epiphytes prepare its own food so it is called:

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Which one of the followings is not a tertiary carnivore?

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Which of the following set is correct about Natural ecosystems?

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Which plant produces carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, phenol, fluorine, cyanide?

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Which of the following is not a temp6rary parasite?

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Deforestation 'Means:

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Decomposition of the protein of dead organisms and nitrogen as wastes to ammonia is called:

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In forniation of acid rain, sulphur and nitrogen interact with water vapour in the presence of sunlight and formed

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All ecosystems of the world together form the:

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The largest unit of living organisms on earth is:

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Carnivores cat:

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In which region of the world skin-cancer is higher:

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Which of the following are basic facilities necessary for migrants?

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Carbon dioxide is released back to environment by:

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Host can survive without parasite, but parasite cannot survive without host is called:

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Smog causes diseases like:

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Plants use nitrogen in form of:

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The organisms of a population living in a habitat and interact with another collectively called ..

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Protozoan lives in the intestine of termite and secrete:

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It is estimated that within 100 years Maldives might become:

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The flow of energy in different trophic levels of ecosystem is:

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Which of the following set is correct about Natural ecosystems?

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Which statement is false about excessive denitrification?

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Green house gases are:

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When we eat onions, our trophic level is;

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"Energy can neither be created nor destroyed but can be transformed from one form into another" is:

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For better life, human society is becoming mote and more dependent on:

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The sharp rise in population is due to:

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What specific condition facing hospitals and schools due to urbanization?

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Decomposers digest the organic material by secreting:

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Scientists fear that sea-level is rising up to:

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Type of symbiosis in which one partner is benefited while other is neither benefited nor harmed is called:

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In industrial nitrogen fixation, hydrogen is combined with atmospheric nitrogen under

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Which of the following Ls not a form of acid rain?

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What does termite provide to protozoam?

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Dominant producers in an aquatic ecosystem?

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Nitrogen fixation is:

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People move to cities in search of:

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Which air pollutant destroys the ozone. molecules and break ozone layer?

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When pollutans like hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides combine in the presence of sun-light.

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Smog forms a:

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Which is the primary source of energy of all ecosystem?

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Burning of coal produces

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Which of the following is the abiotic component of the ecosystem?

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Badgers are large mammals that feeds on:

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The study of inter-relationship between organisms and environment is called

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Over population:

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An organism's enviroment is the sum of

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Which of the followings are immediate effects of noise pollution?

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Which of the following-statement is correct about acid rain?

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Example of natural ecosystem is:

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Which one of the followings is the reservoir of free gaseous -nitrogen?

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In predation, one organism who attacks is called:

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All sources of air pollution are related to:

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 According to estimates, at the current rate of increase, the average global temperature will go up by..

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Movement of elements and in organic compounds is essential for:

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The effects of de-forestation include:

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What do producers take in from the atmosphere and convert into organic compounds?

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What is the percentage of nitrous oxide has increased since 1800?

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Utilization of public transport instead of individual transport proves effective way to manage:

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Humans cut trees for:

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Air pollutants include

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Which of the following is not a carnivorous plant?

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Rise in sea-level has worst effects on the countries that are:

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The term ecto-parasite means:

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The change of composition of air by adding harmful substances is called

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Which of the following rays cause skin cancers?

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