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1.

The
____________________________________ttracts
bird watchers to site between the months of
October and March every year.

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2. James Lovelock named a concept in _________

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3.

Deserts lie within the
________________________ parallels of latitude
north and south of the equator.

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4.

The relationship between sharks and remoras in
the ocean is _________

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5.

Acidification, desertification, pollution, erosion are
examples of ______________are limitations to the
earth's carrying capacity

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6.

The ________________________holds about
20% of the world’s total known species of
butterflies.

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7.

The formation of sand dunes is an effect of
vegetation on land as a result of desertification.
True or false?

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8.

factors refers to soil
types with regards to the cause of desertification

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9.

Species that have been seriously exploited and are
forced to a habitat that is very unfriendly are
regarded as ________________________.

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10.

The ____________is found on highlands such as
plateaux

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11.

Environmental effects of desertification does not
include________________________

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12. All these are topographic factors except ______

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13. The acronym "NCF" stands for

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14.

Excessive human population in a given area, at a
particular period of time, such that the natural
resources are not able to support the population is
__

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15.

The relationship between two parties in which in
which both benefit is called
__.

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16.

Secretions, Wastes, and Remains are part of
environment.

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17.

The teeth of _are
designed to tear, crush and digest food

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18.

Gashaka Gumpti National Park is located in
____________part of Nigeria.

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19.

Human interaction and animal dependence on
vegetation for survival generally descibes
________________________factors

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20.

According to various studies,about
________________________ of world’s land
surface, which covers about 6.1 billion hectares
can be classed as dry lands

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21. Green house effect is a destructive legacy of

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22.

Renewable energy contribute to global warming.Is
this statement true or false?

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23.

Famine and malnutrition
are________________________effect of
desertification.

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24.

Bush burning has its attendant impacts on
desertification when there is all
except________________________.

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25.

Natural and man made resources are also referred
to as _________.

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26.

Global warming could increase biodiversity
numbers. Is this statement true or false?

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27.

The people who moved into deforestated zones
and begin small-scale called production are called
_.

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28.

The ____________________________________
is usually called the Hamada desert.

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29.

Total fertility rate is the number of children born per
woman in her lifetime.Is this statement true or
false?

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30.

The disapperance of soil organic matter is not an
effect of desertification on soil fertility. True or
false?

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31.

Celibacy is a method listed as as a family/fertility
control mechanism. Is this statement true or false?

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32.

diversity evaluates
the variety of different versions of particular genes
within individual species

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33.

The country with the largest tropical forest in the
world is __________

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34.

The ____________deals with the study of how
organisms interacts with themselves and the
physical environment.

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35.

Anthropogenic contribuion to desertification
excludes..........

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36.

Deforestation can be best controlled
by________________________

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37.

One of the most sutainable use of biodiversity
among the list below is
____________________________________

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38.

Loss of plant undergrowth,tree barks and depletion
of soil fertility is more obvious when
overecultivation takes place.true or false?

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39.

The type of relationship found in Acacia plant is
____________

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40.

The amount of moisture or water vapour present in
a given air mass is called
_.

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41.

This is an example of a herbivore.
__________________

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42.

Deserts lie within the
________________________ parallels of latitude
north and south of the equator.

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43.

The optimum population size that the earth can
support indefinitely within a specific set of
environmental conditions is

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44.

The element used to extract gold from sand is
________.

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45.

Water, weather and soil are
environment.

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46.

The greatest single environmental problem
associated with petroleum exploitation in Nigeria is

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47.

The biotic community comprises
_, decomposers and
consumers.

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48.

The tool used for integrating environmental
concerns into all major activities in the country is
the ________________________

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49.

A means of safely disposing waste gases by
combustion is referred to as
_flaring.

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50.

The relationship between organisms which benefit
from each other is

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51.

The difference between surface and groundwater is
in the level of infiltration. True or false?

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52.

The part of the environment that contain life i.e.
animals and plants is called

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53.

The fertility applies,
where the total fertility rate is 2.1 .

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54.

It feeds on both plants and animals and
called____________________________________

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55. Symbiosis has been classified into ______.

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56.

The human interaction with the environment is a
factor.

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57.

Major sources of the gas
are leaking air
conditioners and refridgerators.

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58.

From the farming point of view, destructive
agricultural techniques and
________________________ contribute to land
degradation.

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59.

Reduce, reuse and reycling of paper can check
habits that cause_______________________

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60.

Birth rate and death ratea are under _________
factor

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61.

_is a gas which has its
major source from burning and deforestation and is
capable of causing global warming

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62.

Climate, Graphic, and Topography
factor of the
ecosystem

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A total change from forest to agriculture is called
_.

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64.

This is a form of diversity which measures the
abundance and complexity of a biological
ecosystem.________________________

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65.

The causes of desertification is all of the following
except........

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66.

A state at which the forest zones are lost to the
range of 9 million to 12.3 million ha per year is
called ________________________

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67.

The term used to represent a situation where
population of birth is same as death is _________
population growth

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68.

This is not one of the main causes of deforestation.
_________________

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69.

The key factor in any successful conservation
practice is____________.

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70.

The relevance of
Hypothesis is shown by the several activities and
relationship in the ecosystem evident with scientific
research

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71.

One of the following is not a general limiting factor
to the earth's carrying capacity
__________________

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72.

A gathering of all the interacting species of
organism within a specific location is called
_______.

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A____________ is a large area of barren land that
is waterless and treeless and often
sand____________covered.

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74.

In the relationship between remoraa and shark, the
organism that possess sulker on the head is called

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75.

The sudden and often unpredictable speedy
increase in human population is __________

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76.

species are those
that have the highest probability of being extinct

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77.

The total number of people that irrespective of
gender, race, colour, or ethnicity that lives within as
specific geographical area or location is called

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The species that falls within the three rarity groups,
but due to inadequate information is difficult to
provide appropriate classification is called
__.

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79.

occurs when there a
many people in excess of natural resource demand
and social facilities.

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80.

A body of water which moves over and above an
area of land, which is not normally submerged is
called

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81.

Okomu wildlife is managed by the
State Government.

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82.

This form of agricultural practice is predominant in
the forest zone,________________________

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83.

The consequence of population growth
excludes________________________

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84.

Consumers are responsible for the production of
food through the process of photosynthesis. True
or false?

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85.

According to Akpan (2002) there are ___________
limitng factors to earth's carrying capacity.

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86.

A house creates an
artificial environment by careful control of
environmental factors

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87.

There are major
causes of desertification

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88.

When paratism occurs on the surface of the host ,
it is termed _.

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89.

Overgrazing, over cultivation, deforestation and
bush burning are all human activities that could
lead to encroachment.

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90.

_National Park holds
20% of the world's total known species of
butterflies.

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The park harbours
some of the rarest species of primate in Africa

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The organisms that are responsible for the
production of food at the base of a trophic level is
called ________

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Desert re-encroachment does not occurs when
there is _______________

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94. F.E.P.A stands for_______________________

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95.

This feature is not one of the main indicators of
desertification________________________

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96.

The study of how organisms or species interacts
with themselves and the physical environment is
______________.

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Dalphina, a simple organism is a ____________
species.

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98.

The body set up to check the international trade in
tropuical timber is ________

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99.

The Y chromosome is favoured by
temperature

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100.

The ____________________________________is
a home to endangered
white____________throated monkeys.

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101.

The study of how organisms interacts with
themselves and the physical environment is
defined in the ________________________

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102.

A commensalism remora possesses
on top of their heads

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103.

is a factor that can
contribute to desertification through increased
livestock grazing.

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104.

The concept named after greek goddess of the
earth is

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105.

Reduced crop yield is a socio-economic effect of
desertification. true or false?

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106.

The diversity that measures the abundance and
complexity of a biological ecosystem is

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107.

Fungi in an ecosystem is a
__.

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108.

This is a general term which describes the
drainage, the texture, or soil chemical properties,
such as the pH. ________________________

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109.

is home to
endangered to white throated monkeys.

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110.

The entire living organism, plants, animals, fungi
and microbes that exist on our planet is a definition
of ________________________

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111.

The biological component of the environment
comprise of

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112.

Organisms whose digestive system including teeth
and jaw are designed with a combination of cutting
and crushing surfaces are called _______

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113.

A specific ecological unit with specific location and
boundaries is called _______________

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114.

When the population of birth in an area is same as
death, this is termed______________________

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115.

The number of children born per woman in her
lifetime is called ___________

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116.

_is a greenhouse gas
that is produced by bacteria that decomposes
organic matter in oxygen-deficient environment

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117.

The propensity for a male child conception is
mating on the ________ day starting from the first
day of mensral cycle.

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118.

The relationship in which an organism benefits
while the other is not harmed is called
__.

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119.

Natural and man made resources are also referred
to as _________.

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