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ONE MARK QUESTION
1 Differentiate between a detritivore and a decomposer giving an example of each.
2 Expand PAR
3 Define climax community.
4 Identify the pioneer species of xerarch and hydrarch succession.
TWO MARK QUESTIONS
5 List the steps involved in decomposition process.
6 What I ecological succession? Write different stages of xerarch succession.
7 hat is primary productivity? How is it different from Net Primary Productivity.
9 Name the pioneer and the climax species in a water body. Mention the changes observed in the biomass and the biodiversity of the successive seral communities developing in the water body.
3 MARK QUESTIONS
10 Name the pioneer species on a barren rock. How do they help in establishing the next type of vegetation? Mention the type of climax community that will ultimately get established?
11 Construct an ideal pyramid of energy when 1,00,000 joules of sunlight is available. Label all its trophic levels.
12 Construct a pyramid of biomass starting with phytoplanktons. Label 3 trophic levels. Is the pyramid upright or inverted? Why?
13 Draw and complete the following model of carbon cycle filling a, b, c, d, e and
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