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Biology
Course
BIOL 2060
Professor
xx
Semester
Winter

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Ecology – Lecture 5 Conservation Biology is the scientific study of processes that threaten biodiversity, promote its maintenance, & enable its restoration. - Species-area curves - Island biogeography Immigration rates (invasives) Extinction rates (all sp) - Habitat fragmentation - Dispersal Corridors  Corridors are very effective in allowing species to move back & forth  Species richness increased; helped local species increase Design of reserves  Larger, closer-together reserves are better Physiological ecology is the study of how organisms work by investigation (1) how they obtain the energy/nutrients needed to survive, (2) how they transport these resources to where they are needed inside the body, & (3) how they eliminate waste products in the context of the reso
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