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Lecture 12

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Department
Biological Sciences
Course
BIOA02H3
Professor
Mary Olaveson
Semester
Winter

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Plant Life on the EdgeSlide Oneplant life on the edgeSlide Twoadaptationshuge rage of habitatsSlide Threeconditions of life on the edgeFrostHeatDroughtPerpetual InundationoOverabundance of freshwaterSalty HabitatsToxic Soils Heavy MetalsExtreme Nutrient LimitationLow LightSlide Fourhabitats common in southern ontarioAquatic PlantsoPlants are submerged in the wateroSome are on the waters surfaceSlide Fivethe freshwater environmentWater is never limitingoHowever the overabundance of water means that other things in turn become limitingExampleCO2O2 is much more abundant in the air than it is in the waterLight attenuates very quickly or decreases in the photosynthetically active spectrum as you go deeper under a water column
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