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P S Verma and V K Agarwal solutions for Class 9 Biology - Science Part 3 chapter 6 - Natural Resources [Latest edition]

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Chapter 6: Natural Resources

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Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) [Pages 336 - 367]

P S Verma and V K Agarwal solutions for Class 9 Biology - Science Part 3 Chapter 6 Natural Resources Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) [Pages 336 - 367]

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 1 | Page 366

Write down the composition of air.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 2 | Page 366

How does oxygen and carbon dioxide remain nearly constant in the atmosphere?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 3 | Page 366

How does the average temperature of Earth remain fairly steady?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 4 | Page 366

How are winds produced?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 5 | Page 366

Set up an experiment to measure gain and loss of heat by water, sand and air.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 6 | Page 366

Demonstrate the formation of convective currents.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 7 | Page 366

Enumerate the factors that influence movement of air.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 8 | Page 366

How is rain produced?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 9 | Page 366

Set up an experiment to demonstrate the effect of low pressure and particulate nuclei over water vapours.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 12 | Page 366

Explain what is smog. Give its effects.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 14 | Page 366

Explain the direction of air movement during the day and night in coastal areas.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 15 | Page 366

Give role of atmosphere in climatic control.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 16 | Page 366

Briefly explain main layers of the atmosphere.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 18 | Page 366

How are clouds formed?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 19 | Page 366

What is global warming? Give its effects.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 20 | Page 366

Briefly explain depletion of ozone layer and its effects.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 22 | Page 366

Explain rain water harvesting.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 23 | Page 366

What is climate?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 24 | Page 366

Define the Weather.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 25 | Page 366

How are CFCs harmful?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 26 | Page 366

What is weathering? Elucidate in the various types of weathering.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 27 | Page 366

What is soil erosion? Explain means of preventing it.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 28 | Page 366

How do organisms contribute in the formation of soil?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 29 | Page 366

Discuss how water is replenished in sea

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 30 | Page 366

Write a note on nitrogen fixation?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 31 | Page 366

How is nitrogen replenished in atmosphere.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 32 | Page 366

Describe the methods of carbon replenishment of atmosphere.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 33 | Page 366

What are the possible dangers of global warming?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 34 | Page 366

How is carbon dioxide concentration of atmosphere rising?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 35 | Page 336

Why is ozone layer called ozone umbrella/shield?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 36 | Page 366

What would be the effects on widening of ozone hole?

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 37 | Page 366

Explain water cycle in detail.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 38.1 | Page 366

Draw diagram of Nitrogen cycle.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 38.2 | Page 366

Draw diagram of carbon cycle.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 39 | Page 367

Name four types of bacteria involved in nitrogen cycle.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 40 | Page 367

Draw a diagrammatic sketch of oxygen cycle in nature.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 41 | Page 367

Make sketch of hydrological cycle in nature.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 42 | Page 367

Briefly describe three aspects of nutrient cycles.

Short Questions Answer ( Carrying 3 Marks) | Q 43 | Page 367

Describe biological water cycles.

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Long Questions Answer ( Carrying 5 Marks) [Page 367]

P S Verma and V K Agarwal solutions for Class 9 Biology - Science Part 3 Chapter 6 Natural Resources Long Questions Answer ( Carrying 5 Marks) [Page 367]

Long Questions Answer ( Carrying 5 Marks) | Q 1 | Page 367

Prepare a flow chart of various natural resources.

Long Questions Answer ( Carrying 5 Marks) | Q 2 | Page 367

Why is air called breath of life? Enumerate functions of air or atmosphere.

Long Questions Answer ( Carrying 5 Marks) | Q 4 | Page 367

Explain ozone layer, its depletion and effects of ozone depletion.

Long Questions Answer ( Carrying 5 Marks) | Q 8 | Page 367

What is soil? How does it form?

Long Questions Answer ( Carrying 5 Marks) | Q 9 | Page 367

Give various sources and harmful effects of soil pollution.

Long Questions Answer ( Carrying 5 Marks) | Q 10 | Page 367

Define soil erosion. Give its causes, effects and preventive measures.

Long Questions Answer ( Carrying 5 Marks) | Q 11 | Page 367

Describe nitrogen cycle.

Long Questions Answer ( Carrying 5 Marks) | Q 12 | Page 367

Mention briefly the role of decomposers of cycling of materials.

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Chapter 6: Natural Resources

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P S Verma and V K Agarwal solutions for Class 9 Biology - Science Part 3 chapter 6 - Natural Resources

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Concepts covered in Class 9 Biology - Science Part 3 chapter 6 Natural Resources are Introduction of Our Environment, The Breath of Life - Air, The Role of the Atmosphere in Climate Control, Movements of Air (Winds) and Its Role in Bringing Rains Across India, Water - A Wonder Liquid, Mineral Riches in the Soil, The Water-cycle, The Nitrogen-cycle, The Carbon Cycle, The Oxygen-cycle, Ozone Layer Depletion, Biogeochemical Cycle, Concept of Water Pollution.

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