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1. Given below are the names of four energy crops.
Which one of them can be cultivated for ethanol? [2010]


2. Mon 863 is a variety of maize. It was in the news for the following reason. [2010]


3. Which one of the following is a useful functional association between fungi and the roots of higher plants? [1999]


4. Within biological communities, some species are important in determining the ability of a large number of other species to persist in the community. Such species are called [2000]


5. Living organisms require at least 27 elements, of which 15 are metals. Among these, those required in major quantities, include [1996]



6. It is possible to produce seedless tomato fruits by [1996]


7. Athlete's Foot is a disease'caused by [2001]


8. The only snake that builds a nest is: [1995]


9. Which one of the following organisms is likely to show the highest concentration of DDT, once it has been introduced into the ecosystem? [1997]


10. Consider the following [2008]
1. Rice fields
2. Coalmining
3. Domestic animals
4. Wet lands
Which of the above are sources of methane, a major greenhouse gas?


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