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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 19 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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Competition between cells, organisms, populations, and species can either be: (a) direct (also known as contest or interference competition) or (b) ind
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 22 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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Predation can be seen as an extreme form of competition, and the distinction between competition and predation is often blurry. Predation drives the fl
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 21 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 12 for BGYB50

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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 15 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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Despite what politicians and economists would like you to believe, unbridled growth is not possible all growth in nature has its limits! Both irruptive
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 7

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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 8

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19 Jul 2010
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The earth"s tilted axis (23. 50) causes unequal distribution of incoming solar radiation across the planet"s surface, and with it creates the seasons.
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 18 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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The ecological footprint analysis reveals that at least three planets earth would required to sustain the present human population at the resource cons
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 20 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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In order to describe the competitive interactions between populations of two species, we need to modify the logistic equations for those populations by
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 23 for BGYB50

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19 Jul 2010
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Unlike competition or predation, mutualism is a species-species interaction where both species benefit from the interaction. The megadiversity areas ar
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UTSCBIOC50H3Herbert KronzuckerWinter

lecture note 4

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19 Jul 2010
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Trophic transfer efficiency (tte) = ce x ae x pe (often ~10%) The importance of the detrital food chain, as illustrated by australia"s dung problem: Th
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