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Explanation: Removal of exotic species is one of the ways for conservation of biodiversity. It will allow the native species that they have negatively impacted to recover their ecological niches. Removal of exotic species is practical only given large groups of individuals due to the economic cost.
Explanation: Gene bank is one of the types which come under Ex-situ conservation of biodiversity. Genetic variability is preserved by gene bank normal growing conditions. These are cold storages where germ palm are kept under controlled temperature and humidity for storage.
Explanation: In-situ conservation is one of the types of biodiversity conservation. In-situ conservation involves protection of flora and fauna within its natural habitat. The four types of protected areas are as follows, a) Biosphere reserves, b) National parks, c) Wildlife sanctuaries, d) Gene sanctuaries.
What does the acronym “HIPPO” full form, which describes the main causes for threats to biodiversity?
A) Habitat destruction, Invasion species, Pollution, Polarization, and Over-harvesting
B) Habitat destruction, Invasion species, Pollution, Population, and Over-harvesting
C) Habitat destruction, Increase in the species, Pollution, Population, and Ozone depletion
D) Human- wildlife conflict, Invasion species, Polarization, Population, and Over-harvesting
Answer & ExplanationAnswer: B) Habitat destruction, Invasion species, Pollution, Population, and Over-harvesting
Explanation: Acronym “HIPPO” stands for Habitat destruction, Invasive species, Pollution, Population, and Over-harvesting. This acronym was proposed by Edward Osborne Wilson who is an American Biologist.
Explanation: Invasive species are the non-native species that invade healthy ecosystems and threaten the survival of the native species either by attacking them or competing with them for the habitat’s resources.
Explanation: The primary cause of loss of biodiversity is habitat destruction which is resulted due to commercial activities associated with agriculture, irrigation, fishing etc. Extra land is needed to grow more edible goods and more land has to be cleared to meet these needs.
Explanation: Climate change is one of the major threats for biodiversity. Climate is a major factor in the distribution of species across the globe, climate change forcers them to adjust. But many are not able to adjust and that cause them to die.
Explanation: Strobe lights help to scare off destructive nocturnal wildlife. Wary nocturnal have been shown to avoid such light signals. Half strobe light and half motion sensor, the machines flash beams of light randomly in all directions to mimic a farmer with a flashlight.