What is meant by biodiversity? When do we celebrate International Biodiversity Day? Describe the technologiesused for propagation and genome conservation in a givenecosystem.
Biodiversity, also known as biological diversity, is a collection of different types of flora and animals that live or spread in the same particular area. The richer the biodiversity, the more organized and balanced our environment will be. Different types of flora and fauna also contribute to make the earth habitable. Biodiversity is also behind human life. This is because the needs of different animals and plants are the same.
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According to an estimate, there are about 300,000 vegetation and similar animals on the earth, including birds, fish, mammals, insects, cimps etc. Our home earth was discovered about 450 million years ago and scientists believe that life on Earth started 350 million years ago. Many flora and animal species have gone extinct in the last few centuries and many are on the verge of extinction in the coming times. This is a danger signal for biodiversity.
It is past that he does not even want to understand its consequences. From the point of view of purity, many new inventions are having negative effects towards humans and biodiversity. This is the right time for man to take this crisis seriously and resolve to make the environment pure.
Time, man's inclination towards technology so much, only a clean and clean environment can promote rich biodiversity so that mankind does not face any problem in living.
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Impact of technology on ecosystem
All aspects of development including industry, transport, agriculture, genetics techniques are included in the technical development. This is the reality. That the present era is the 'technological age' and technological development is a reflection of the progress of any country, that is why there is a competition for technological development among the nations of the world. Along with this, another question which is the subject of discussion in the world today is that is technological progress only and what kind of harmony does it have with the environment and ecosystem? The thinkers of the world believe that technological progress pollutes the environment day by day and remains fatal to human life. Due to the unprecedented progress made in the Second World Region, people have got all kinds of facilities on one side.
But the result of this progress is not only human but trees, plants, air, water, living world are all suffering. Many species of animals, birds and plants are going extinct. Forests are being destroyed at a rapid pace. Prana: Air is becoming deficient in oxygen and neither pure air nor water is available. As a result, environmental diseases are causing fatal diseases. Huh. In the early stages of technological development, no doubt problems were limited or limited, but in the sixteenth century Agricola expressed concern that excavation of mines would destroy agricultural areas and forest areas.
The limited development of technology did not cause the environmental crisis, but the ecosystem is becoming imbalanced due to the unlimited technological development of the present day. Some scholars believe that technology will prevent its ill effects, but in the view of Rudyzer Babner, it is not possible by technology because its results are far-reaching.
Hans George Gerais is of the opinion that no one can imagine industries without the use of chemicals. There is no industry that is not connected to chemical products and it is also true that they are affecting the environment badly. It is ironic that the answer effects of chemicals are difficult to understand in advance. Only then are they becoming alarm bells. Gerris is of the view that scientists have less to blame. In the competition of new inventions, they do not even notice that they also have harmful effects. Research is needed for this. At the beginning of genetic technology, it was believed that the microbes emerging from it would not make the environment, but this notion remained neutral. It is terrible to imagine how harmful the use of bio-weapons can be. We celebrate International Biodiversity Day on 22 May.