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Daily Quiz : UPSC Prelims Marathon – March 4


free upsc prelims questions and answers by forumias


Note: These questions has been asked from previous year prelims question papers


Daily Quiz: March 4


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Note: These questions has been asked from previous year prelims question papers.


 


 

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  • Samarjyoti Thakuria

    3/6

  • Ajay Sisodiya

    You have reached 3 of 6 scores, (50%)

  • Sherlock

    Fuck off …..

  • balle_balle

    6th solution is wrong..it should be B

  • balle_balle

    6th ques solution is wrong..its b..

  • Arthanari

    3 of 6 questions answered correctly

    Your time: 00:04:45

    You have reached 3 of 6 scores, (50%)

  • Arthanari

    Q 5. no food chain exist within a population of a species..????
    Q6. Lichens is a symbiotic association of algae and fungus………??????

  • Doremonn Suri

    Q6 is wrong its algae and fungi

  • Demux

    How can food chains be found within the population of a species? Should it not have been different species?

  • Ripple_Effect

    Daily Quiz: March 4
    Results
    1 of 6 questions answered correctly
    Your time: 00:02:16
    You have reached 1 of 6 scores, (16.67%)

  • Khushi

    I think Either ForumIAS should improve the content and quality of answers and english so that concept will not be confused by their practice sets.

  • Lord Vorminious

    wiki me Algae or Cyanobacteria dekha aur answer set kar diya. Arrey yaar wo toh OR hain. 😛

  • Lord Vorminious

    To the ones boasting 6/6, that Lichens are Fungi and Algae is a fact you shouldve known well. Lichens are fascinating creatures, please dont call them bacterial cultures 😛

  • aman agrawal

    @disqus_Ww9jBZzqUp … 😉

  • Pooja 2017

    thanks

  • Anish Tiwari

    The solution of 6th question is wrong.. In wrong answers ko de karo confusion mt create kro Sir.
    Lichens are the symbiotic relationship of algae and fungi.
    Request u all to cross check the answers

  • Asim kumar

    You r right.xylem is innermost layer it transports water from roots to leaves,whereas phloem transports glucose formed in leaves to roots.Glucose is energy required by roots.Roots will die first followed by shoot eg leaves and branches.

  • Asim kumar

    Results
    6 of 6 questions answered correctly

    Your time: 00:05:56

  • aman agrawal

    5/6

  • Maqbool

    There seem some mistake in Q no. 2

  • [_@$+ $+@&d

    4 of 6 questions answered correctly (66.67%)

  • Try one more time!

    5/6

  • Across

    6/6

  • devmitra sen

    5/6

  • CSE2017 aspirant (ABG)

    Hilly regions.
    Contour bunding decreases the flow of water down the slope, facilitates collection of water at regular intervals and hence help in fighting soil erosion.

  • Jocker

    5/6

  • Pooja 2017

    where is contour bunding practised ?

  • Mohammed Ladlay Patel

    Same here 4/6

  • Adnan Altaf

    Got 6/6 Shocked!

  • Badshah Akbar

    6/6

  • Suprme Leader ON Kharai-Camel

    Daily Quiz: March 4…………Band bazz Gaiii…!!

    Results

    5 of 6 questions answered correctly

    Your time: 00:02:42

    You have reached 5 of 6 scores, (83.33%)Average score 42.68%Your score

    83.33%

  • DgOjha

    Results
    5 of 6 questions answered correctly

    Your time: 00:02:22

    You have reached 5 of 6 scores, (83.33%)

    Average score 43.01%
    Your score 83.33%
    Categories

    Environment83.33%
    Thanks for attempting the Quiz

  • CSE2017 aspirant (ABG)

    Can I know the source of this question. I could not find this thing mentioned – phloem being the innermost layer of the bark in new NCERT of 9th class ?

  • ISHAAN

    4 of 6 questions answered correctly

    Your time: 00:01:14

    You have reached 4 of 6 scores, (66.67%)

  • Amarish

    4/6..

  • Flash

    4/6

  • ForumIAS

    Yes bains.

  • 2 of 6 questions answered correctly

    Your time: 00:02:06

    You have reached 2 of 6 scores, (33.33%)

  • 6/6

  • THOR nd MJOLNEER

    Results
    2 of 6 questions answered correctly

    Your time: 00:05:32

  • Bhavika

    The question wants you to know about the Xylem and Phloem and their functions. Phloem is the innermost layer of the bark and its job is to do the transport of soluble organic material made during photosynthesis (photosynthate) , the process is called translocation. So, whatever that is produced in the leaves , if not sent to the parts such as roots, they will be starved of energy and Water will keep rising till we don’t cut the tree’s xylem parts.

  • Bhavika

    The question wants you to know about the Xylem and Phloem and their functions. Phloem is the innermost layer of the bark and its job is to do the transport of soluble organic material made during photosynthesis (photosynthate) , the process is called translocation. So, whatever that is produced in the leaves , if not sent to the parts such as roots, they will be starved of energy and ….:) Water will keep rising till we don’t cut the tree’s xylem parts. Correct Option B

  • Bhavika

    2011 ya 2012 ka ques hai

  • Bhavika

    Same here!!

  • the green bird

    4/6

  • CSE2017 aspirant (ABG)

    me too 🙂
    SAME PINCH

  • @night_thinker:disqus 6/6

    give explanation

  • a lagaye the ham to

  • CSE2017 aspirant (ABG)

    EXPLANATION for Q2 – anyone ?

  • Same pinch

  • Simplex

    Daily Quiz: March 4

    Results

    4 of 6 questions answered correctly

    Your time: 00:01:56

  • CSE2017 aspirant (ABG)

    Daily Quiz: March 4
    Results
    5 of 6 questions answered correctly

    Your time: 00:02:49

    You have reached 5 of 6 scores, (83.33%)

  • Hrangkekuala

    2/6

  • 6/6
    Guess I’m doing it right with previous year questions 😛