## Population growth & growth curve MCQ Advance Level

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Q1. Two opposite forces operate in the growth and development of every population. One of them related to the ability to reproduce at a given rate. The force opposite to it is called

•  Biotic control
•  Mortality
•  Fecundity
•  Environmental resistances

Environmental resistances

Q2. J- shaped growth curve has

•  Lag and exponential phases
•  Lag and stationary phases
•  Exponential and stationary phases
•  Lag, exponential and stationary phases

Lag and exponential phases

Q3. When there is an exponential growth in a population, then it will be called as

•  Carrying capacity
•  Log stage
•  Negative acceleration phase
•  Positive acceleration phase

Log stage

Q4. During the lag phase of population growth curve there was very less growth due to

•  High birth and death rate
•  Low birth and death rate
•  High birth and low death rate
•  Low birth and high death rate

High birth and death rate

Q5. Slow growth was due to high birth and high death rate which was at the time of stage of

•  Agriculture and lower economic status
•  Agriculture and medium economic status
•  Partial industrialised status
•  Undeveloped ancient economic status

Agriculture and lower economic status

Q6. A force which acts against the achievement of highest possible level to population growth is known as

•  Population pressure
•  Saturation level
•  Carrying capacity
•  Environmental resistance

Environmental resistance

Q7. When the persons die in old age after completing its life span, the survivalship curve is

•  J-shaped
•  Concave
•  S-shaped
•  Convex

Convex

Q8. If the rate of addition of new members increases with respect to the individual host of the same population, then the graph obtained has

•  Declined growth
•  Exponential growth
•  Zero population growth
•  None of the above

Exponential growth

Q9. The carrying capacity of an environment is represented by

•  S
•  K
•  J
•  C

K

Q10. Carrying capacity of earth is

•  5000 millions
•  50,000 millions
•  5,00,000 millions
•  50,00,000 millions

50,000 millions

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