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Biology

Diversity in the Living World

Biodiversity and Conservation

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Western ghats have a greater number of amphibian species than the Eastern ghats. What kind of diversity does it represent ?

  1. Species diversity
  2. Genetic diversity
  3. Ecological diversity
  4. None of these
Solution: Answer: ASolution: Species diversity is the variety in the number and richness of the species of a region. Western ghats have greater amphibian species diversity as compared to Eastern ghats. The number of the species per unit area is called species richness. Number of individuals of different species represent species evenness or species equitability.
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