CSS :: World of Trees

1.  The maximum age of any tree established so far is in Bristlecone (Pinus longaeva), which grows at _______ above sea level on the northeast face of Nevada U.S.A.
A. 3275m(10.750 ft) B. 3560m
C. 4050m D. None of these

2.  The largest known petrified tree is one of Sequoiadendron giganteum with a ______ trunk, near Coaldale, Nevada, U.S.A.
A. 79.5m B. 89.9m (295 ft)
C. 99.5 m D. None of these

3.  The oldest known living tree is the Bristlecone pine named "Methusela" at 3050 m (10,000 ft) in the ________ , confirmed as 4700 years old:
A. California B. Washington
C. New York D. None of these

4.  The earliest species of tree still surviving is the Maidenhair tree (Ginkgo biloba) of Zhexiang, ______, which first appeared about 165,000,000 years ago, during the Jurassic era:
A. Korea B. Japan
C. China D. Malaysia

5.  Fastest rate of growth recorded (excluding Bamboo, which is not a tree botanically but woody grass) is known from Albizia falcate, planted on 17th June 1974 in Sabah, ______.
A. Malaysia B. China
C. Korea D. Japan

6.  The slowest growth rate has been reported from cycad, known as Dion edule from Mexico measured in ________
A. 1980 B. 1981
C. 1982 D. 1983

7.  Bonsai is well known over centuries from ______
A. Japan & Malaysia B. Japan & China
C. China & Malaysia D. None of these

8.  Christmas facts of trees is:
A. It is a common tradition in Christian home, all over the world. B. To decorate their houses with a Christmas tree at the time of Christamas
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

9.  The first Christmas tree was decorated at Windser Castle by Prince Albert in ______
A. 1840 B. 1842
C. 1843 D. 1844

10.  The world's tallest cut Christmass tree was 67.36 meters (221 ft.) tall Douglas fir (Pseudosuga menziesil):
A. 67.36 meters (221 ft.) B. 70 meters
C. 75 meters D. None of these

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