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Lecture 12

Lecture 12 & 13

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Department
Biology
Course Code
BIOL 4150
Professor
Andrew Mac Dougall

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Population Ecology Lecture NotesLecture 12 Population Niches and InvasionsMonocultures in natureCulture establishes on an untapped resourceHumans may be fertilizing the monoculture unknowingly nitrogen enrichment of soil by pollutionAbsence of enemies consumersRegulatory mechanisms change to allow monocultures to growPredictions 1eventually monocultures become targets from consumers insects herbivores2Monocultures are doomed to crash at some pointCase Study Holland 1980Blue grey gnatcatcherIt does not go for large preyNot a
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