MCQ Questions for Class 11 Geography: Ch 5 Natural Vegetation

MCQ Questions for Class 11 Geography: Ch 5 Natural Vegetation


1. Plants remain leafless for most of the year in
(a) Moist deciduous forest.
(b) Littoral and swamp forest.
(c) Montane forest.
(d) Tropical thorn forest.
► (d) Tropical thorn forest.

2. Which of the following was the purpose of Project Tiger?
(a) To kill tigers
(b) To protect tigers from illegal hunting
(c) To put tigers in the zoo
(d) To make films on tiger
► (b) To protect tigers from illegal hunting

3. Khar, Neem, Khejri, Palas are:
(a) Tropical Thorn forests
(b) Tropical forests
(c) Evergreen forests
(d) Mangroves
► (a) Tropical Thorn forests

4. Farm forestry refers to the
(a) raising and management of trees on public property.
(b) raising of trees and agriculture crops on the same land.
(c) promotion of agro-forestry.
(d) farmers who grow trees for commercial and non commercial purposes.
► (d) farmers who grow trees for commercial and non commercial purposes.

5. The world’s richest region from a marine biodiversity is
(a) Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.
(b) Sunderbans.
(c) Gulf of Myanmar.
(d) Gulf of Mannar biosphere Reserve.
► (d) Gulf of Mannar biosphere Reserve.

6. The Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve is situated in
(a) Himachal Pradesh
(b) Kerala
(c) West Bangal
(d) Uttarakhand
► (d) Uttarakhand

7. Bamboos are important raw material for making
(a) A match stick
(b) Books
(c) Musical instrument
(d) Boxes
► (c) Musical instrument

8. Monsoon or Tropical Deciduous forests are found in the areas with rainfall between
(a) 50 and 100 cm.
(b) 70 and 200 cm.
(c) 100 and 200 cm.
(d) 200 and 250 cm.
► (b) 70 and 200 cm.

9. Bamboos are grown most commonly at
(a) Great height from sea level.
(b) Medium height from sea level.
(c) A very low height from sea level.
(d) At any condition.
► (c) A very low height from sea level.

10. Vegetation cover is very scanty in parts of Rajasthan due to
(a) Over population.
(b) Over irrigation.
(c) Deforestation.
(d) Overgrazing.
► (d) Overgrazing.

11. How much part of total geographical area of India is under forests?
(a) 20 percent
(b) 21 percent
(c) 22 percent
(d) 23 percent
► (c) 22 percent

12. State the annual rainfall required for deciduous monsoon forests.
(a) 100 – 200 cm.
(b) 100 – 150 cm.
(c) 150 – 200 cm.
(d) 200 – 250 cm.
► (c) 150 – 200 cm.

13. Where is the Forest Research Institute located?
(a) At Dehradun.
(b) At Shimla.
(c) At Haridwar.
(d) At Benares.
► (a) At Dehradun.

14. What is the use of wood of chinar tree?
(a) For handicrafts.
(b) For making bottles.
(c) For making fans.
(d) None of the above
► (a) For handicrafts.
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