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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2F03D R.KajuraFall

BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Intraspecific Competition, Interspecific Competition, The Floaters

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22 Sep 2016
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Most communities are dominated by their primary producers, and thus they are the obvious living organisms of most ecological systems. Less solar light
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BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Log-Normal Distribution, Species Evenness, Ecological Niche

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22 Sep 2016
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Community an association of potentially interacting species inhabiting some defined area, at some particular scale, over some particular span of time.
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BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Intertidal Zone, Tide Pool, Photic Zone

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22 Sep 2016
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Life is most profuse where conditions appear most hostile to us along: Mountains in alberta (jasper and banff national parks) contain glaciers. Glacier
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BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Flour Beetle, Caddisfly, Red Fox

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22 Sep 2016
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Herbivores consume plants but don"t usually kill plant. Parasites live on the tissues within the host, reducing their fitness. Parasitoid, an insect wh
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BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: European Badger, Eastern Fence Lizard, Richard Levins

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22 Sep 2016
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Studied sun-tracking behaviour by the arctic flower dryas integrifolia. Temperature is a major factor influencing the growth of individuals & the distr
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BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Environmental Niche Modelling, Cryptozoology, Macroecology

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22 Sep 2016
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Chapter 22 macroecology pgs 577-581, pgs 582-586, pgs 586-591, pgs 597-599, pgs 600-604 (summary) Goal is to combine a species" niche requirements with
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2F03D R.KajuraFall

BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Tropical And Subtropical Dry Broadleaf Forests, Rainforest, Atmospheric Circulation

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22 Sep 2016
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Natural history is the study of how organisms in a area are influenced by climate, soils, predators, competitors and evolutionary history. A good under
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2F03D R.KajuraFall

BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Sea Surface Temperature, Walker Circulation, Atmospheric Circulation

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22 Sep 2016
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Abiotic condition impose a significant pressure on the organism that live within a given location. This pressure can impact the fitness of an organism
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2F03D R.KajuraFall

BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Adolph Murie, Survivorship Curve, Life Table

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22 Sep 2016
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Population structure: defined by a number of factors. Ex: patterns of mortality, age distributions, sex ratios and dispersal. Observations of interacti
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2F03D R.KajuraFall

BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Intertidal Zone, Red Algae, Pioneer Species

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22 Sep 2016
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Travels to glacier bay had discovered the glacier runs 30-40 km of the valley in. Glacier bay is the ideal laboratory study of ecological succession, t
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BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Ecophysiology, Cleaner Fish, Fynbos

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22 Sep 2016
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Chapter 17 - species interactions and community structure. Ecological networks: description of the interactions that occur among co-occurring species i
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2F03D R.KajuraFall

BIOLOGY 2F03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Fractal, Landscape Ecology, Habitat Fragmentation

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22 Sep 2016
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