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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

[Biology 2483A] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (16 pages long)

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Systems are so diverse many redundancies, many species could disappear from this forest and it would look the same still. Pollution downstream effects
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AGraham Taylorand Sheila MacfieFall

Biology 2483A- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 101 pages long!)

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Environmental science: environmental problems and the solutions to them. Ecology sits at the intersection of many other disciplines. Ocean shoreline ha
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AGraeme TaylorFall

Biology 2483A- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 75 pages long!)

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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 130 pages long!)

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WESTERNBIOL 2483ATom HainSummer

Biology 2483A- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 256 pages long!)

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WESTERNBIOL 2483ASheila MacfieSpring

Biology 2483A Study Guide - Final Guide: Autotroph, Organism

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WESTERNBIOL 2483AGraham Taylorand Sheila MacfieFall

Biology 2483A Final: Chapter 21 Energy Flow and Food Webs

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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Study Guide - Final Guide: Calcification, Red, Earless Seal

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Definitions: ecology study of interactions between organisms and their environment, determining the distribution and abundance of those organisms. If t
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Final: Unit 5 - Communities (Autosaved) cause internet

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We have mostly looked at two-way relationships when in reality, species experience multiple interactions that shape the communities in which they live.
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Study Guide - Final Guide: Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, Spectral Signature, Chlorophyll

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The term ecosystem was first used by tansley (1935) to refer to all the components of an ecological system, biotic and abiotic, that influence the flow
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Biology 1001A Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Convergent Evolution, Common Descent, Gradualism

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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenrySummer

Biology 2483A Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Spatial Scale, Natural Selection, Organism

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In multiple choice format, identify : difference between ecology and environmental activism. Adaptation: a characteristic that improves survival or rep
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Lecture Notes - Nutrient Cycle, Organism, Tenuis Consonant

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WESTERNBIOL 2483ASheila MacfieFall

Biology 2483A Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stoma, Water Conservation, Acclimatization

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Topic: coping with environmental variation temperature and water. Biomes are defined by the vegetation type. *not responsible for physiology of water:
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WESTERNBIOL 2483ASheila MacfieFall

Biology 2483A Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Great White Shark, Lemon Shark, Nurse Shark

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Nurse shark: opportunistic predators: nocturnal and durophagous, mouth is similar to a nutcracker, able to suck prey into its mouth and crush it. Lemon
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WESTERNBIOL 2483ASheila MacfieFall

Biology 2483A Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Chestnut Blight, Gastrointestinal Tract, Myxoma

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25 Oct 2017
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Symbionts: organisms that live in or on other organisms. More than half of earth"s species are symbionts. Our own bodies are habitat for many other spe
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WESTERNBIOL 2483ASheila MacfieFall

Biology 2483A Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cattle Egret, Logistic Function, Exponential Growth

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20 Oct 2017
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Topic: population dynamics: population growth patterns include exponential growth, logistic growth, fluctuations and regular cycles, population size ch
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WESTERNBIOL 2483ASheila MacfieFall

Biology 2483A Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Bed Bug, Life Table, Steady-State Economy

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Topic: population growth and regulation: life tables show how survival and reproductive rates vary with age, size, or life cycle stage. Life tables are
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WESTERNBIOL 2483ASheila MacfieFall

Biology 2483A Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Paramecium, Coconut, Diatom

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Resources: components of the environment (ie. food, water, light, space) that are required by species: when we talk about competition, look at things t
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WESTERNBIOL 2483ASheila MacfieFall

Biology 2483A Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Herbivore, Northern Canada, Population Ecology

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25 Oct 2017
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Topic: predation and herbivory (part 2: predator populations can cycle with their prey populations. Results from mathematical predator-prey models, lab
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Ecological Pyramid, Steller Sea Lion, Food Quality

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The ecological roles of organisms are determined by trophic interactions - what they eat and what eats them. This determines the influence of an organi
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Aleutian Islands, Continental Drift, Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge

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2483: Ecology Chapter 9.pdf

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From 1860 to 1991, human population quadrupled in size, and energy consumption increased 93-fold: for thousands of years our population grew relatively
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

2483:Ecology Chapter 11.pdf

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Interspeci c competition: interaction between two species in which each is harmed when they both use the same limiting resource. Intraspeci c competiti
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Chapter 23: Conservation Biology

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Because of the flocking nature of the birds (always very dense population), they were very easy to exploit. As the human population has grown, and our
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AGraeme Taylorand Sheila MacfieFall

Biology 2483A Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Herbivore, Aposematism, Aphid

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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Chapter 21: Energy Flow and Food Webs

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Lecture 20 energy flow and food webs. Introduction (cid:120) the ecological roles of organisms are determined by their trophic interactions what they e
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Chapter 15: Mutualism and Commensalism

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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Chapter 16: The Nature of Communities

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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Chapter 19: Species Diversity in Communities

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Introduction (cid:120) what is the importance of species diversity: functional reasons: (cid:131) more redundancy, so if one species goes extinct than
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WESTERNBIOL 2483AHugh HenryFall

Biology 2483A Chapter 20: Production

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In terrestrial ecosystems, npp is estimated by measuring increase in plant biomass in experimental plots, and scaling up to the whole ecosystem. (cid:1
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