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If a particular plant spices is placed under schedule VI of the Wildlife Protection act 1972, what is the implication?

(a) A licence is required to cultivate that plant.
(b) Such a plant cannot be cultivated under any circumstances.
(c) It is a genetically modified crop plant.
(d) Such a plant is invasive in harmful to the eco system.

Answer:

A

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Explanation:

Placing a plant species under Schedule VI of the Wildlife Protection Act implies that the plant is protected, and a license is necessary for its cultivation or propagation. This measure is taken to ensure the conservation and preservation of certain plant species that are considered ecologically important or threatened in their natural habitats.

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