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UWBIOL150Tristan A F LongWinter

biol 150 Chapter 1-5: Module 1 Notes

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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyWinter

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ecosystem Ecology, Biocoenosis, Landscape Ecology

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Ecology: a science, the scientific study of the relationships between organisms and their environment. Environment of an organisms contains of the exte
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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Fouquieria Splendens, Stoma, Primary Production

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Biomes is defined as major groupings of plants and animal communities defined by a dominant vegetation type: each biomes is associated with a distincti
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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Birmingham City Centre, Pioneer Species, Floristics

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Tansley modified this into the polyclimax hypothesis: similar climates support different climax types, depending on substrate. Pattern climax theory po
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyWinter

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Peruvian Anchoveta, Thermocline, Neritic Zone

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Abiotic or physical aspects include temperature, precipitation, sunlight, and wind. Biotic (living) components are members of the same or different spe
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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Photosynthetically Active Radiation, Landform, Evaporation

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Weather: the combination of temperature, precipitation, wind, cloudiness, humidity and other atmospheric conditions occurring at a specific place and t
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL150 Chapter 2: Biol 150 Chap 2 Climate

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Climate: long-term average pattern of weather and may be described on a local, regional or global scale. Different from weather which is the combinatio
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Limnetic Zone, Cyanobacteria, Oceanic Zone

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Nutrient availability, water depth, and water movement are the 3 key physical factors affect the distribution and abundance or organisms. Nutrient leve
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyFall

BIOL150 Chapter 4: Biol 150 Chap 4 The Terrestrial Environment

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Biomes: broad-leaved evergreen forests, deserts, and grasslands majoring groupings of plant and animal communities defined by a dominant vegetation typ
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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Density Dependence, Carrying Capacity, Logistic Function

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UWBIOL150Heidi SwansonFall

BIOL 150 Chapter 3: Lecture 4 Readings: Aquatic Ecosystems

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Saturday, september 13, 2014 7:50 pm abiotic: or physical aspects such as temperature, precipitation, sunlight and wind biotic: living components are m
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyWinter

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Shortwave Radiation, Solar Constant, Water Cycle

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Weather: combination of temp, precipitation, wind, cloudiness, humidity and other atmospheric conditions occurring at a specific place and time. Climat
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