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Question 1: Mangals on ________, Palau, Kosrae and Yap have been badly affected by development.
GuamTuvaluMarshall IslandsWallis and Futuna

Question 2: Anaerobic ________ liberate nitrogen gas, soluble iron, inorganic phosphates, sulfides, and methane, which makes the soil much less nutritious and contributes to mangroves' pungent odor.
BacteriaGram-negative bacteriaCorynebacteriumGram-positive bacteria

Question 3: ________ contains approximately 26,000 km2 of mangals, 15% of the world's total of 172,000 km2.
MozambiqueBrazilPortugalEast Timor

Question 4: They occur both in ________ and along open coastlines.
Coral reefTide poolLagoonEstuary

Question 5: ________'s northern Caribbean island, Margarita, possesses mangrove forests in the Parque Nacional la Restinga.
CubaArgentinaVenezuelaEcuador

Question 6: Mangals are found in tropical and sub-tropical ________ areas, and as such have a high degree of salinity.
TidePhysical oceanographyCurrent sea level riseTidal power

Question 7: Mangroves can also be found in Puerto Rico, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad, ________, and the Pacific coast of El Salvador.
BarbadosBritish Virgin IslandsCayman IslandsAnguilla

Question 8: In the Indonesian Archipelago, mangroves occur around much of Sumatra, ________, Sulawesi and the surrounding islands.
Southeast AsiaBorneoSabahMalaysia

Question 9: Red mangroves can also store salt in cell ________.
VacuoleCell (biology)Cell wallEndomembrane system

Question 10: Mangrove plantations in Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines and ________ host several commercially important species of fish and crustaceans.
Research and Analysis WingIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementLok SabhaIndia







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