Q33. Agricultural Technology is hard to spread because
(a) it has to be adopted to local ‘ conditions.
(b) rural people are not receptive
(c) farmers are afraid to experiment on land for fear of failure.
(d) all of the above.
Q34. Indirect tax means
(a) there is not direct relationship between the tax payer and
(b) direct relationship between tax payer and the government.
(c) tax base is income
(d) the incidence and impact are on the same person on whom tax is imposed.
Q35. One of the essential conditions of perfect competition is
(a) product differentiation
(b) multiplicity of prices for identical products at any one time.
(c) many sellers and a few buyers.
(d) Only one price for identical goods at any one time.
Q36. Dehydration in human body is caused due to the loss of
Q37. Which of the following is the largest living bird?
Q38. In the case of test tube babies
(a) egg is fertilized in the uterus.
(b) embryo completes its development in a test tube.
(c) embryo is placed in uterus after 2 months.
(d) egg is fertilized outside mother’s body.
Q39. The age of trees is determined by its
(c) growth rings
(d) general appearance
Q40. Kidney disease in man is caused by the pollutant
Q41. Fruits of this plant are found underground
Q42. A rare and endangered animal in Silent Valley is
Q47. Which one of the following areas is noted for mangrove
(a) Lava forest of Kalimpong.
(b) Sajnekhali forest of South 24 Parganas.
(c) Dandakaranya forest of Orissa
(d) Carbet National Park of U.P.
Q48. Extensive deserts occur in the western tropical regions of
(a) of easterly trade winds.
(b) cold ocean currents flow along the western coasts.
(c) of the effect of both the offshore easterly trade winds and cold ocean
(d) the rate of evaporation is greater along the western margin areas.
Q49. The sea bed sloping gradually and bordering the continent
is known as