Forestry ,2013

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Scholarship Description:

Forestry ,2013 is open for . The scholarship allows level programm(s) in the field of taught at . The deadline of the scholarship is .

PART-I
1. Xerophytes are the plants of:
(a) Marshy land
(b)
Desert land

(c) Rainfed land
(d) None of these
2. Mangrove forests
are found in:
(a) Desert areas
(b) Mountain areas
(c) Plain
areas
(d) Coastal areas

3. Riparian vegetation is found in:
(a)
Away from the stream or river bank
(b) Along streams, canals or
rivers

(c) Not found in bela forests
(d) None of these
4. Hardwoods
are:
(a) Trees having needle shaped leaves
(b) Trees having broad
shaped leaves

(c) Trees having cones
(d) None of these
5. Pure
forests have:
(a) More than 20% trees belong to one species
(b) More than
40% trees belong to one species
(c) More than 60% trees belong to one
species
(d) More than 90% trees belong to one species

6.
Regeneration means:
(a) Establishment of new forest crop only through natural
way
(b) Establishment of new forest crop only through artificial way

(c) Establishment of new forest crop only through natural and artificial
way

(d) None of these
7. Dominant trees are:
(a) Tallest and
completely free crown

(b) Smallest and have not completely free
crown
(c) Contribution of both (a) and (b)
(d) None of these
8. Fir,
spruce and deodar species are found in:
(a) Coniferous forest
(b) Scrub
forest
(c) Subtropical pine forest
(d) None of these
9. Good quality
paper is manufactured from:
(a) Bamboo plant

(b) Shisham
tree
(c) Sugarcane bogas
(d) Kikar tree
10. Coppice crop is obtained
from:
(a) Seedlings
(b) Root suckers
(c) Layering
(d) Old
stubbles

11. Resin is collected from:
(a) Fire trees
(b) Deodar
trees
(c) Kikar trees
(d) Chir trees

12. The end product of tree
production is usually:
(a) Leaves
(b) Wood

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) None of these
13. Common name of prosopis cineraria is:
(a)
Babool
(b) Masket
(c) Frash
(d) Jund

14. Environmental
factors consist of only:
(a) Climatic factors
(b) Edaphic factors
(c)
Biotic factors
(d) Combination of all these factors

15.
Silviculture is the science and art of:
(a) Establishing tree crop
only
(b) Tending of a tree crop only
(c) Perpetuating a tree crop
only
(d) Combination of all above

16. Forest can be defined
as:
(a) Group of trees
(b) Group of trees and herbs
(c) Group of trees,
shrubs and herbs
(d) A natural association of flora and fauna where woody vegetation dominates

17. Angiosperms are those plants in which:
(a)
Seed is not enclosed in an ovary
(b) Seed is enclosed in an
ovary

(c) Plants which have needle like leaves
(d) None of
these
18. For the calculation of volume of trees only:
(a) Length of stem
is recorded
(b) Diameter of stem is recorded
(c) Cross sectional area of
stem is recorded
(d) Cross sectional area and length of bole (stem) are
recorded to multiply with each other

19. Textural class of range of soils
is generally:
(a) Sandy
(b) Silty
(c) Clayey
(d) None of
these
20. Most of the range area falls in the following ecological
regions:
(a) Tropical
(b) Sub-trropical
(c) Temperate
(d) None of these

Forestry Part II

2. Describe in detail the role of tree
species in reclaiming saline soil. Explain different dry afforestation
techniques employed successfully in Thal desert.

3. Discuss in detail
wild life and natural park management with special reference to
Pakistan

4. Give detailed module of natural resource measurement and
forest management

5. Write the factors responsible for drastic decline of
wild life in pakistan along with brief discussion of sound wildlife management.
Also give your suggestions that how wildlife
can be promoted in the
country

6. What are direct and indirect causes of biodiversity loss in
pakistan? Discuss the role of protected areas in biodiversity conservation.
Explain how forest and rangeland habitat
is related to wildlife management
and conservation?

7. Notes (Any four)
Green house effects
Range management
Social forestry
Watershed
management
Forest biography
Forest protection

 

Degree Level:

Forestry ,2013 is available to undertake level programs at .

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