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Environmental Issues (Part-1)

When two or more agents, entities, factors, or substances interact between each other, they produce more effect rather than the sum of their individual effect. This is termed as synergetic effect or synergistic effect. It is opposite of antagonism.

Jan 25, 2013 15:37 IST
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Environmental Issues Part 1
Environmental Issues Part 1

What are the Environmental Issues? How many marks carried by the chapter Environmental Issues in class 12 board examinations? Why we study the chapter Environmental Issues? How important the chapter Environmental Issues is? What is population explosion? Describe the pollution and its type. What is anthropogenic pollution? Give 2 examples of point and nonpoint source of pollution? What are the primary and secondary pollutants? What is synergism? Define the term qualitative pollutants? What are biodegradable and non-biodegradable pollutants? This chapter will help you to focus on causes and control measures which pollute our environment

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When two or more agents, entities, factors, or substances interact between each other, they produce more effect rather than the sum of their individual effect. This is termed as synergetic effect or synergistic effect. It is opposite of antagonism.

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