ENVIRONMENT TESTS RIU TANTAL

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Ecology (EC) RIU TANTAL
TASK №1
Question № 1. Environmental identity, ecology culture etnoekologiya include:
1) to the general ecology;
2) to the social ecology;
3) to Applied Ecology;
4) to synecology;
5) to the Anthropology.

Question № 2. autecology studies:
1) animals and ecology of organisms;
2) the possibility of modeling biological processes;
3) the adaptation of organisms to different geographical environment;
4) the ecology of populations;
5) mechanisms of adaptation to changing environmental conditions.

Question № 3. Industrial Ecology - is one of the areas:
1) Applied Ecology;
2) geo-ecology;
3) population ecology;
4) Anthropology;
5) autecology.

Question № 4. The term "ecology" suggested:
1) Aristotle;
2) Ernst Haeckel;
3) Charles Darwin;
4) VI Vernadsky;
5) J. Lamarck.

Question № 5. Ecology - the science that studies:
1) the impact of pollution on the environment;
2) the effects of pollution on human health;
3) the impact of human activity on the environment;
4) relationships of organisms with their environment habitat (including the variety of relationships with other organisms and communities);
5) the collection of natural-natural features of the existence of organisms.

JOB №2

Question № 1. The most significant feature is the biosphere:
1) biogenic migration of atoms of chemical elements, called the radiant energy of the sun and is manifested in the process of metabolism, growth and reproduction of organisms;
2) the ability to operate endlessly without sharp changes in the structure and functions;
3) balance of natural or modified human habitat-forming components and natural processes that lead to the continued existence of the ecosystem;
4) the ability to regenerate and self-regulate;
5) a combination of the natural habitat-forming components and impacts.

Question № 2. Stage of development of the biosphere as a reasonable human activity becomes the main (determining) factor in the development of our planet, is called:
1) technosphere;
2) anthroposphere;
3) the noosphere;
4) sociosphere;
5) the troposphere.

Question № 3. Which of the definition corresponds to the notion of "biosphere":
1) The original shell of the Earth comprising the totality of living organisms and the part of the substance of the planet, which is in continuous exchange with these organisms;
2) expressed in units of mass or energy amount of living matter of particular organisms per unit area;
3) environment created or modified organisms community;
4) concentric layers covering the entire planet smaller geochemical and historical and evolutionary differences than geological shell of the planet;
5) natural complex, arising from the interaction layer, the lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere.

Question № 4. Living matter - is:
1) the collection and biomass of organisms in the biosphere;
2) "The scope of reason," the highest stage of development of the biosphere;
3) the collection biogeocenosis the Earth's surface;
4) individuals living together on some space;
5) a set of conditions for the existence of human society.

Question № 5. Which of the definition corresponds to the notion "bioinert substance"?
1) material formed simultaneously stagnant processes and living organisms;
2) individuals of the same species living within a biogeocoenose;
3) the degree of endurance and their communities to the impacts of environmental factors;
4) a natural substance that occurs in the course of reaching spontaneous chemical reactions and physical processes, and of course included in the natural cycle of substances;
5) soil organic matter, which is formed by the decomposition of plant and animal residues and waste products of organisms.

JOB №3

Question № 1. The environment is generally defined as:
1) env

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JOB №19

Question № 1. Contamination of the environment by living organisms that cause a variety of diseases in humans, it is called:
1) radioactive;
2) biological;
3) chemically;
4) noise;
5) social.

Question № 2. Ecological and behavioral needs of the individual are responsible for:
1) peace of mind, including: the need for psychological and emotional contact, the creation of the group (including family), taking into account environmental factors (sounds, weather, comfort of home and so forth.);
2) the need to ensure the social comfort of the person;
3) the need to ensure the ecological and socio- economic conditions of human adaptation to the natural and socio-economic environment, taking into account their individual inclinations and family traditional prerequisites;
4) the group needs to determine its survival and physical health;
5) requirements resulting from the need to ensure the independence of the ethnic group, its existence and development.

Question № 3. Biological needs of man - is:
1) the group needs to determine its survival and physical health;
2) human needs that contribute to his peace of mind, including: the need for psychological and emotional contact, the creation of the group (including family), taking into account environmental factors;
3) requirements resulting from the need to ensure the independence of the ethnic group, its existence and development;
4) the need to ensure the social comfort of the person;
5) the need to ensure ecological and socio-economic conditions of human adaptation to the natural and socio-economic environment, taking into account their individual inclinations and family traditional assumptions.

Question № 4. unsafe drinking water can cause infection:
1) tuberculosis, cholera.
2) cholera, leptospirosis;
3) influenza;
4) lishaёm;
5) cancer.

Question № 5. The economic needs of the person - is:
1) a group of human needs to ensure the financial capacity to meet the rest of the complex;
2) the group needs to determine its survival and physical health;
3) the need to ensure the ecological and socio- economic conditions of human adaptation to the natural and socio-economic environment, taking into account their individual inclinations and family traditional prerequisites;
4) the need to ensure the social comfort of the person;
5) requirements resulting from the need to ensure the independence of the ethnic group, its existence and development.

JOB №20

Question № 1. The most important part of the ecosystem of the modern city are:
1) comfortable home;
2) roads and transport;
3) services and entertainment;
4) green spaces;
5) industrial enterprises.

Question № 2. The scientific discipline that studies the human interaction with the urban environment, called:
1) the home environment;
2) the ecology of the city;
3) human ecology;
4) industrial ecology;
5) bioecology.

Question № 3. Urbanization of nature - it is:
1) conversion of natural landscapes into artificial influenced urban development;
2) a set of green space and human society;
3) a combination of housing, urban infrastructure and green spaces;
4) protection of nature;
5) the nature of the pollution.

Question № 4. What affects the health of residents of large cities?
1) complete absence of sounds;
2) the lack of green spaces;
3) air pollution;
4) ultra- and infrasound;
5) loud noise.

Question № 5. The term "urban landscape" means:
1) a set of buildings, roads, transportation, urban utilities;
2) green spaces, parks and squares;
3) a combination of housing, urban infrastructure and green spaces;
4) the collection of industrial enterprises;
5) collection of green space and human society.

JOB №21
Question № 1. What data led to vyvo

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