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A research team examined a long-term owl roost. Owls prey on small mammals and the excreted remains of those meals that aecurnidated over the time, provide us an insight into the composition and structure of small mammals over the past millennia. The research suggested that when the Earth went through a period of ,rapid warming about 13,000 years ago, the small mammal community was stable and resilient. But, from the last quarter of the nineteenth century, human-made changes to the environment had caused an enormous drop in biomass and energy flow. This dramatic decline in energy flow means modern ecosystems are not adapting'as easily as they did in the past. 0 AnswerOn the basis of the above passage, the following assumptions have been made:0 AnswerAround 56 million years ago, the Atlantic Ocean had not fully opened and animals, perhaps including our primate ancestors, could walk from Asia to North America through Europe and across Greenland. Earth was warmer than 6 is today, but as the Palaeocene epoch gave way to Eocene, it was about to get much warmer still —rapidly and radically. The muse was a massive geologically sudden release of carbon. During Ohio period called Palaeocene - Eocene Thermal Maximum or PETM, the carbon injected into the atmosphere was roughly the amount that would be injected today if humans burned all the Earth's reserves of coal, oil and natural gas. The PETM lasted for about 1,50,000 years, until the excess carbon was reabsorbed. It brought on drought, floods, insect plagues and a few extinctions. Life on Earth survived — indeed, it prospered—but it was drastically different. . 0 AnswerT he inviscid flow past a rotating circular cylinder can be generated by the superposition of1 AnswerIn the following passage at a certain point, you are given a choice of three words marked (a), (b), (c), one of which fits the meaning of the passage. India will find herself again when freedom opens out new horizons. Future then will fascinate her far from more than the immediate past of frustration and humiliation. She will go (38) with confidence, rooted in herself and yet eager to learn from others and co-operate with them. Today she swings (39) a blind adherence to her old customs and a slavish imitation of foreign ways. In (40) of these can she find relief or life or growth. It is obvious that she has to come out of her (41) and take full part (42) the life and activities of the modern age. It should be equally (43) that there can be no real cultural or spiritual growth based on imitation. Such imitation can only be (44) to a small number which cuts itself (45) from the masses and the (46) of national life. True culture derives it's (47) from every corner of the world, but it is indigenous and has to be (48) on the wide mass of the people. Art and literature remain (49) if they are (50) thinking of foreign models. The day of a (51) culture confined to a small fastidious group is past. We have to think in terms of the people generally, and their culture must be a continuation and development of past trends and also represent their new urges and creative tendencies.0 Answerwidening of current account deficit (CAD) in recent past few years can be explained in terms of 0 AnswerWhich of the following is correctly matched ?0 Answer Which of the following is the main purpose of the integration strategy for integration testing in the small?1 AnswerRead the following and answer the items that follow the passage. Your answer to these items should be based on the passage only.0 AnswerS1: Mr Ford, it is commonly reported, once declared that history was "bunk". S6: And the American's conception of his own country as the representative of freedom and of democracy is the product of history as popularly taught and conceived over there. P: Yet the American, generally speaking, is by no means ignorant of history or uninfluenced by his knowledge of it. Q: This remarkable utterance of his, if indeed he made it, was in itself an outcome of history. R: The Americans know more about our history than we know about theirs, though I hope that will soon be remedied. S: Such contempt for all things past, and such engaging frankness in expressing it were themselves the outcome of the social history of the United States in the nineteenth century.0 AnswerGiven is a statement followed by 2 assumptions I and II 1 AnswerWrite notes on any two Dec 12Jan13 i Small Industries Development Organization SIDO ii National Small Industries Corporation limited NSIC iii Small Industries Development Bank of India SIDBI?1 AnswerFor a fully-developed turbulent hydrodynamic boundary layer for flow past a flat plate, the thickness of the boundary layer increases with distance x from the leading edge of the plate, along the free-stream flow direction, as0 AnswerRead the following and answer the items that follow the passage. Your answer to these items should be based on the passage only.0 Answerwhich of the following statement about prof. C.N.R Rao is/are correct?0 AnswerIf there is a policy that 1/3rd of a population of a community has migrated every year from one place to some other place, what is the left over population of that community after the sixth year, if ther is no further growth in the population during this period?0 AnswerThe author suggest that habit0 Answer The main idea of this passage is that0 AnswerThe Cricket Board has long recognized John’s potential as a leader of the team. However, his on-field temper has always been a matter of concern for them since his junior days. While this aggression has filled stadia with die-hard fans, it has taken a toll on his own batting. Until recently, it appeared that he found it difficult to convert his aggression into big scores. Over the past three seasons though, that picture of John has been replaced by a cerebral, calculative and successful batsman-captain. After many years, it appears that the team has finally found a complete captain. Which of the following statements can be logically inferred from the above paragraph? (i) Even as a junior cricketer, John was considered a good captain. (ii) Finding a complete captain is a challenge. (iii) Fans and the Cricket Board have differing views on what they want in a captain. (iv) Over the past three seasons John has accumulated big scores. (A) (i), (ii) and (iii) only (B) (iii) and (iv) only (C) (ii) and (iv) only (D) (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)0 AnswerIn a cross-flow filtration process, the pressure drop (ΔP) driving the fluid flow is 2 atm, inlet feed pressure (Pi ) is 3 atm and filtrate pressure (Pf) is equal to atmospheric pressure.0 Answer
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