Paragraph Formation - English Language quiz 1

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(A) The year 1999 results showed a consistency in the deer and fish sampling results when compared to the previous years results.(B) Deer residing on the BNL site were found to contain concentrations of cesium-137 higher then those observed in offsite deer.Fish form the Peconic River collected at the BNL boundary continued to show a slightly elevated radionuclide content compared to control samples. Radionclide levels in fish continued to decrease compared to historical values.(C) Brookhaven National Laboratory has a wildlife management program to protect and manage flora and fauna and their habitats.

(D) The Laboratory's wildlife management strategy is based on an understanding of the resources onsite,ensuring compliance with applicable regulations, protecting and monitoring the ecosystem, research,and communication.

(A) The value of the mangrove swamps as breeding and nursery grounds for commercially valuable fishes, molluscs and crustaceans, far outweighs their value as firewood and fodder.(B) The Gulf of Kutch supports a major fishery which is dependent to a very large extent on the mangrove/mudflat ecosystem and coral reefs.(C) Thus the great variety of fishes available in local markets indicates the wealth of these waters. Wildlife tours to the Gulf began in 1985 and have helped to publicize the importance of the Gulf outside India.(D) Simailarly, the long-term values of the living coral formations far outweigh their short-term value as a source of cheap limestone for the cement industry.

(A) Cement is produced in nearly all countries. Cement consumption is closely related to construction activity and to general economic activity.(B) In 2004 developed countries produced 570 Mt (27% of world production) and developing countries 1560 Mt (73%) (USGS,2005). Global cement consumption is growing at about 2.5% per year.(C) China has almost half the world's cement capacity,manufacturing an estimated 1000 Mt in 2005 (47% of global production),followed by India with a production of 130 Mt in 2005 (USGS,2006).(D) Global cement production grew from 594 Mt in 1970 to 2200 Mt in 2005, with the vast majority of the growth occurring in developing countries.

(A) Never in the wildest of his dreams had he ever imagined that the new addition to the business family would take the venture to such great heights.This franchise agent subsequently purchased the restaurant chain from him and gave his business an altogether different global approach.(B) It was only when his business grew further that he started heading a complete fast-food restaurant chain.The business was at its peak,when a gentleman approached this man and joined the chain as a franchise agent.(C)At a very young age, he had become the proud owner of a large chain of fast food restaurants that satiated the burger-pangs of many.Today, the old man sits and narrates his intriguing business journey.(D)Looking back, he tells how he had started his business with just one barbecue restaurant several decades ago and how this small business eventually took its present shape.

(A) In many developing countries the sugar industry uses biogases and the edible oils industry uses byproduct wastes to generate steam and/or electricity.(B) The use of biomass is well established in some industries.The use of biogases for energy is likely to grow as more becomes available as a byproduct of sugar-based ethanol production(C) The pulp and paper industry uses biomass for much of its energy needs(D) When economically attractive, other industries use biomass fuels, for example charcoal in blast furnaces in Brazil.These applications will reduce CO2 emissions, but will only achieve zero net CO2 emissions if the biomass is grown sustainably.

(A) In bulk processing a set of standard prices typically emerges.(B) Competing, therefore, means keeping products flowing, trying to improve quality and getting costs down.(C) Let us look at the two cultures of competition.(D)Production tends to be repetitive-much the same from day to day or even from year to year.

(A) it also includes powers for stringent punishment if these provision are infringed.(B) However, the state governments have executive authority over the management of designated areas, hampering the development of an integrated national system of protected areas.(C) The Wildlife (protection) Act 1972 was enacted to provide special legal protection to wildlife (threatened species of fauna in particular) on a unified national basis.(D) It contains provisions for the establishment of national parks and sanctuaries by state governments for the purpose of protecting,propagating and developing wildlife therein, or its environment.

(A) These researchers have become so knowledgeable about their subjects that they have been guiding us to the right place at the right time.(B) The great increase, during the past decade, in the number of scientists actively involved in observing animals in the wild is very important.(C) They have guided us in seeing exactly that aspect of animal behaviours that is of particular interest to us.(D) Almost every group of large animals is now being studied by scientists everywhere.

(A) Over 100 species of algae have been recorded in the past,but in recent years only 74 species have been found.(B) Elsewhere in the Gulf, the mangroves have been reduced to low bushes with a maximum height of two metres, The Principal species are Avicennia alba, Rhizophora mucronata and Ceriops tagal.(C) The Gulf of Kutch also contains some of the  best mangrove forests on the west coast of India, bit large areas have been totally cleared or at least seriously degraded by exploitation for domestic and commercial use.(D) In the last twenty years alone 95% of mature trees have been cut down .Only four islands, Ajad, Bhaidar, Pirotan and Kharachusa,and a small area on the mainland near Okha still support true mangrove forest.

(A) CRAs can thus potentially help to allocate capital efficiently across all sectors of the economy by pricing risk appropriately.(B) By facilitating investment decisions they can help investors in achieving a balance in the risk return profile and at the same time assist firms in accessing capital at low cost.(C) However, in view of the fact that CRAs rate capital market instruments are regulated by SEBI and that entities regulated by other regulators (IRDA,PFRDA,and RBI) predominantly use the ratings, it was felt necessary to institute a comprehensive review of the registration, regulatory and supervisory regime for CRAs.(D) Credit rating agencies(CRA) play an important role in assessing risk and its location and distribution in the financial system.

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