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NCERT Class 9 Geography Chapter 5: Natural Vegetation & Wildlife of India - Examrace

In this video Dr. Manishika Jain explains the NCERT Class 9 Geography Chapter 5: Natural Vegetation & Wildlife
India – Flora & Fauna
Among 12 mega bio-diversities of world
47,000 plant species (10th –world, 4th – Asia)
15,000 flowering plants (6% of world)
89,000 animal species
1,200 bird species (13% of world)
2,500 fishes (12% of world)

India – Flora & Fauna @0:16
Natural Vegetation @1:18
Factors Affecting Flora & Fauna @2:04
Importance of Forests @3:27
Forested Area in India -2013 @4:35
Types of Vegetation @5:22
Tropical Rainforests @6:11
Tropical Deciduous @6:56
Tropical Thorn Forest @8:03
Montane Forests @9:13
Mangroves @10:25
Wildlife @11:15
Importance @12:13
Red List IUCN –for India (2012) @12:35
Conservation @13:35
#Succulent #Euphorbia #Deciduous #Rosewood #Rainforests #Forests #Woodland #Precipitation #Sunlight #Insects #Manishika #Examrace

Factors affecting flora & fauna
Relief
Land – rough terrain – grassland and woodland
Soil – sandy for cactus; wet deltaic for mangroves
Climate
Temperature – Tropical → Subtropical → Alpine (with ht.)
Photoperiod (Sunlight) – more sunlight, faster growth as in summers
Precipitation – rainfall by SW monsoon & retreating NE monsoon

Importance of Forests
Modify climate
Control soil erosion
Regulate stream flow
Support industries
Provide livelihood
Recreation
Control wind force
Cause rainfall
Shelter to wildlife
2015 – 21.34% forest cover in India (cause - degradation)

Forested Area in India – 2013 (Forest Survey of India)
Types of Vegetation
Tropical Rainforest
Tropical Deciduous Forest
Tropical Thorn Forest
Montane Forest
Mangrove Forest

Tropical Rainforests
Heavy rainfall of 200 cm
Western Ghats, Lakshadweep, A & N Islands, Upper Assam & T. Nadu coast
Short dry season
Tree height – upto 60 meters
Warm & wet – year round
Multi-layered structure
Ebony, mahogany, rosewood, rubber, cinchona
Elephant, monkey, lemur, rhino

Tropical Deciduous
Rainfall of 70-200 cm
Shed leaves for 6-8 weeks in summers
Moist (100-200 cm): NE States, Himalaya, Jharkhand, W. Orissa, Chhattisgarh & eastern slop of Western Ghats – teak, bamboo, sal, shisham
Dry (70-100 cm): Rainier peninsula, Bihar & UP – teak, sal, peepal, neem

Tropical Thorn Forest
Rainfall less than 70 cm
NW India – Raj, Gujarat, MP, Chhattisgarh, UP, Haryana
Acacia, palm, cacti, euphorbia
Long roots
Succulent stems – conserve water
Leaves – thick and small - ↓ evaporation
Rat, mice rabbits, fox, wolf


Montane Forests
Wet temperate forest (1,000-2,000 m): evergreen broadleaf trees – oak & chestnut
Temperate forest conifers (1500-3000 m): Pine, deodar, spruce, cedar – south Himalayas & NE India
Alpine (above 3600 m): Silver fir, juniper, pines – at more ht. –

Wildlife
Elephants – Assam, Karnataka, Kerala
One-horned Rhino – Assam & West Bengal
Wild Ass – Kutch – arid areas
Camels – Thar desert
Lions – Gir forest
Tigers – MP, Sunderbans, Himalayas
Yak, Wild ox, Tibetan antelope, bharal (blue sheep), kiang (Tibetan wild ass) – Ladakh & Himalayas – in pockets – red panda, ibex, snow leopard, bear
Only nation to have both lion & tigers
Importance
Milch animals – milk, draught, meat, egg
Fish - nutritive food
Insects – pollination
Red List IUCN – for India (2012)
132 species – critically endangered (18 species of amphibians, 14 fishes, 10 mammals, 15 bird species)
310 species - Endangered (69 fishes, 38 mammals and 32 amphibians)
2 plant species - extinct in the wild, including Euphorbia mayuranthanii of Kerala.
Leaf frog species as extinct
Saker Falcon - Endangered
15 species of Indian birds (Great Indian bustard, Siberian crane and sociable lapwing - Critically Endangered).

Conservation
Biosphere reserves in India – 18 (Core, Buffer & Transition zone) – Nilgiri (T.N., Karnataka & Kerala) – oldest, then came Nanda Devi & Nokrek; by area largest is Great Rann of Kutch estb, in 2008; newest – Seshachalam (AP, 2010) & Panna (MP, 2011)
National Parks
Wildlife sanctuaries
Project Tiger
Project Rhino
Project Great Indian Bustard

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geography class 9 chapter 5 Natural Vegetation and Wildlife [part 1]

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NCERT Class 6 Geography Chapter 8: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife (Examrace)

Dr. Manishika Jain explains the NCERT Class 6 Geography Chapter 8: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife

The following topics are covered in the video tutorial:
India'ss Climate
Monsoons
Vegetation
Evergreen
Deciduous
Thorny Bushes
Wildlife

Climate vs. Weather @0:13
Factors Affecting Climate @2:30
Natural Vegetation @3:53
Tropical Evergreen/Rainforest @4:12
Tropical Deciduous @5:24
Thorny Shrubs @5:54
Mountain Vegetation @6:26
Mangroves @6:43
The Importance of Trees @7:20
Wildlife @8:08
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NCERT Class 7 Geography Chapter 6: Natural Vegetation & Wildlife (Examrace)

Dr. Manishika Jain explains the NCERT Class 7 Geography Chapter 6: Natural Vegetation & Wildlife. The following topics have been covered:

Factors affecting Vegetation
Varies with height
Temperature
Moisture
Slope
Soil Thickness
Categories of Vegetation
Forests: Region of plenty of rain & temperature
Grasslands: Moderate rain
Shrubs: Dry regions
Tropical Evergreen Forest
Also called Tropical rainforests
From equator to tropics
Hot & Humid
Rain throughout the year
Sunlight don’t penetrate down
Rosewood, Ebony, Mahogany
Tropical Deciduous Forest
Monsoon forests in India
North Australia
Central America
Have seasonal changes
Trees shed leaves in dry months to conserve water
Sal, Teak, Neem, Shisham – Furnitures
Tiger, Lions, Elephants, Monkeys
Temperate Evergreen Forest
Mid Latitudinal Coastal Areas
East margin of SE USA, S. China & SE Brazil
Oak, Pine, Eucalyptus
Temperate Deciduous Forest
At higher latitudes
NE USA, China, New Zealand, Chile, W. Europe
Shed leaves in dry season
Oak, Ash, Beech
Deer, fox, wolf, pheasants & Monals
Mediterranean Vegetation
East and NE margins of temperate and deciduous forests
Mediterranean Sea Region, California, SW Africa, SW Australia & S. America
Hot dry summer – Thick Bark & Wax coated leaves – reduce transpiration
Mild rainy winters
Orchards of the World
Oranges, Figs, Olives, Grapes
Coniferous Forests
At Higher latitude (50 to 70 degrees)
Taiga (Pure in Russian)
Tall, Softwood Evergreen – Pulp – Paper, Matchbox, Packaging
Chir, Pine, Cidar
Silver Fox, Mink, Polar Bear


Factors Affecting Vegetation@0:53
Categories of Vegetation @1:33
Forests @1:36
Grasslands @1:44
Shrubs @1:48
Tropical Evergreen Forests @2:16
Tropical Deciduous Forests @7:31
Temperate Evergreen Forest @8:33
Temperate Deciduous Forests @9:12
Mediterranean Vegetation @9:59
Coniferous Forests @11:42
Tropic l Grasslands @13:08
Temperate Grasslands @14:11
Thorny Bushes @14:59
Tundra Climate @15:56
#Pheasants #Eucalyptus #Latitudinal #Deciduous #Rosewood #Tropical #Mahogany #Penetrate #Grasslands #Varies #Manishika #Examrace

Tropical Grasslands
Either side of equator
Low to moderate rainfall
Tall upto 3 to 4 meter
East Africa – Savannas
Brazil – Campos
Venezuela - Llanos
Elephant, Zebra, Leopard, Deer, Giraffe
Temperate Grasslands
Mid latitude and interior of continent
Short and nutritious grass
Wild Buffalo, Bison, Antelope
Argentina – Pampas
N. America – Prairies
S. Africa – Velds
C. Asia – Steppe
Australia - Downs
Thorny Bushes
Dry areas
Western Margins of Continents
Scarce vegetation
Scanty rainfall

Tundra Climate
Polar areas of Europe, Asia & N. America
Thick fur and skin to protect
Seal, Walrus, Musk Oxen, Arctic Owl, Polar Bear, Snow Fox

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Natural Vegetation and Wildlife - Class 9 & 11 Geography NCERT Lesson 8 - Arpita Prakash

Summary of Class 9 & 11 Geography NCERT - This lesson contains the following topics - key terms and facts, detailed description of different types of forests, forest cover in India, Forest conservation, Social Forestry, Wildlife and Conservation.
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Natural Vegetation and Wildlife -geography class 9 chapter 5 in hindi [part 2]

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natural vegetation and wildlife exist only in the Biosphere and are interlinked and dependent on one another for survival. This structure is also known as the Ecosystem. Both vegetation and wildlife are extremely important resources and hence are an important part of geography. The distribution of vegetation and wildlife in India is influenced by Relief factors (land, oil) and Climate (Temperature, rainfall, and sunlight).Tropical Rain Forests
As the name suggests, they are in areas that see heavy rainfall of 200 cm and above.
The forests are thick and dense, preventing sunlight from reaching the ground.
Many trees in this vegetation shed their leaves at different times of the year.
They are also called Evergreen Forest because they appear green year round.
Some trees found in this region are Ebony, Rosewood, Rubber etc.
In India, parts that witness this vegetation are Andaman and Nicobar Island, some parts of North East, a small strip of the western side in the Western Ghats.
Animals found in Tropical Rain Forests are butterflies, spiders, snakes, frogs, sloths etc.
Tropical Deciduous Forests
Also known as the monsoon forests, these forests are very common in our country.
They are not as thick and shed leaves at a specific time of the year. They are found in areas with rainfall of 70-200 cm.
Some trees found in this region are Teak, Shisham, Sal, Neem, and Cinchona etc.
In India, parts that are covered with Tropical Deciduous forests are Odisha, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, UP, Chhattisgarh, and parts of Maharashtra.
Animals found in this area are deer, porcupines, fox, etc.
Thorny Bushes
They are found in dry areas of India.
The leaves are thorny and lose water easily, thereby making the plants dry.
Some trees found in this region are Keekar, Bamboo, Cactus, Khair.
In India, they are present in Punjab, Gujarat, Haryana, Eastern stretch of the Western Ghats and Rajasthan.
Animals found in this area include lions, rats, mice, tiger etc

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geography class 9 chapter 5 - Natural Vegetation and wildlife - part 1

hello students, In this video, we are going to study geography class 9 chapter 5 Natural Vegetation and wildlife in Hindi and this video is part two of this chapter. This chapter is very important for CBSE class 9th geography and also for other board examination. In this chapter, we are going to study ncert chapter briefly. This way you will be able to learn easily and aswer questions asked in your examination.

NCERT Class 9 Geography Chapter 5: Natural Vegetation & Wildlife of India #ias#ips#upsc

Class 9 Geography Chapter 5: Natural Vegetation & Wildlife
India – Flora & Fauna
#succulent
Among 12 mega bio-diversities of world
47,000 plant species (10th –world, 4th – Asia)
15,000 flowering plants (6% of world)
89,000 animal species
1,200 bird species (13% of world)
2,500 fishes (12% of world)

India – Flora & Fauna
Natural Vegetation
Factors Affecting Flora & Fauna
Importance of Forests
Forested Area in India -2013
Types of Vegetation
Tropical Rainforests
Tropical Deciduous
Tropical Thorn Forest
Montane Forests
Mangroves
Wildlife
Importance
Red List IUCN –for India (2012)
Conservation
#Succulent #Euphorbia #Deciduous #Rosewood #Rainforests #Forests #Woodland #Precipitation #Sunlight #Insects #ubaidkhan #iastarget

Factors affecting flora & fauna
Relief
Land – rough terrain – grassland and woodland
Soil – sandy for cactus; wet deltaic for mangroves
Climate
Temperature – Tropical → Subtropical → Alpine (with ht.)
Photoperiod (Sunlight) – more sunlight, faster growth as in summers
Precipitation – rainfall by SW monsoon & retreating NE monsoon

Importance of Forests
Modify climate
Control soil erosion
Regulate stream flow
Support industries
Provide livelihood
Recreation
Control wind force
Cause rainfall
Shelter to wildlife
2015 – 21.34% forest cover in India (cause - degradation)

Forested Area in India – 2013 (Forest Survey of India)
Types of Vegetation
Tropical Rainforest
Tropical Deciduous Forest
Tropical Thorn Forest
Montane Forest
Mangrove Forest

Tropical Rainforests
Heavy rainfall of 200 cm
Western Ghats, Lakshadweep, A & N Islands, Upper Assam & T. Nadu coast
Short dry season
Tree height – upto 60 meters
Warm & wet – year round
Multi-layered structure
Ebony, mahogany, rosewood, rubber, cinchona
Elephant, monkey, lemur, rhino

Tropical Deciduous
Rainfall of 70-200 cm
Shed leaves for 6-8 weeks in summers
Moist (100-200 cm): NE States, Himalaya, Jharkhand, W. Orissa, Chhattisgarh & eastern slop of Western Ghats – teak, bamboo, sal, shisham
Dry (70-100 cm): Rainier peninsula, Bihar & UP – teak, sal, peepal, neem

Tropical Thorn Forest
Rainfall less than 70 cm
NW India – Raj, Gujarat, MP, Chhattisgarh, UP, Haryana
Acacia, palm, cacti, euphorbia
Long roots
Succulent stems – conserve water
Leaves – thick and small - ↓ evaporation
Rat, mice rabbits, fox, wolf


Montane Forests
Wet temperate forest (1,000-2,000 m): evergreen broadleaf trees – oak & chestnut
Temperate forest conifers (1500-3000 m): Pine, deodar, spruce, cedar – south Himalayas & NE India
Alpine (above 3600 m): Silver fir, juniper, pines – at more ht. –

Wildlife
Elephants – Assam, Karnataka, Kerala
One-horned Rhino – Assam & West Bengal
Wild Ass – Kutch – arid areas
Camels – Thar desert
Lions – Gir forest
Tigers – MP, Sunderbans, Himalayas
Yak, Wild ox, Tibetan antelope, bharal (blue sheep), kiang (Tibetan wild ass) – Ladakh & Himalayas – in pockets – red panda, ibex, snow leopard, bear
Only nation to have both lion & tigers
Importance
Milch animals – milk, draught, meat, egg
Fish - nutritive food
Insects – pollination
Red List IUCN – for India (2012)
132 species – critically endangered (18 species of amphibians, 14 fishes, 10 mammals, 15 bird species)
310 species - Endangered (69 fishes, 38 mammals and 32 amphibians)
2 plant species - extinct in the wild, including Euphorbia mayuranthanii of Kerala.
Leaf frog species as extinct
Saker Falcon - Endangered
15 species of Indian birds (Great Indian bustard, Siberian crane and sociable lapwing - Critically Endangered).

Conservation
Biosphere reserves in India – 18 (Core, Buffer & Transition zone) – Nilgiri (T.N., Karnataka & Kerala) – oldest, then came Nanda Devi & Nokrek; by area largest is Great Rann of Kutch estb, in 2008; newest – Seshachalam (AP, 2010) & Panna (MP, 2011)
National Parks
Wildlife sanctuaries
Project Tiger
Project Rhino
Project Great Indian Bustard

Natural Vegetation and Wildlife -geography class 9 chapter 5 in hindi [part 3]

hello Students, In this video, we are going to study geography class 9 chapter 5 Natural Vegetation and wildlife in Hindi and this video is part Third of this chapter. this chapter is very important for CBSE class 9th geography and also for other board examination in this chapter, we are going to study ncert line by line and understand everything, this way you will be able to learn everything and answer question asked in your examination.

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