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UTSCBIOB50H3Peter Kalman MolnarFall

BIOB50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Tropics, Atmospheric Circulation, Rainforest

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27 Oct 2016
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Physical environment: you cannot put a fish in the desert. Difference in the forest right forest has flowering plants while the other doesn"t might be
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UTSCBIOB50H3Peter Kalman MolnarFall

BIOB50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Logistic Function, Exponential Growth, Population Cycle

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27 Oct 2016
11
Factors that limit population growth: density-dependent: birth and death rates can be affected by size of population. As the pop size increases birth r
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UTSCBIOB50H3Peter Kalman MolnarFall

BIOB50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Everest Base Camp, Ecophysiology, Acclimatization

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27 Oct 2016
10
Need to know the details of biomes from textbook. Wood frogs spend winters in a partially frozen states, without breathing and with no circulation or h
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UTSCBIOB50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOB50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Fledge, Ruderal Species

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16 Jan 2012
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Life history: a record of events and landmarks relating to its growth, development, and reproduction, and survival y y characteristics that define the
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UTSCBIOB50H3Peter Kalman MolnarFall

BIOB50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Hydrothermal Vent, Photosynthetic Pigment, Nitrifying Bacteria

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27 Oct 2016
7
Chapter 5/ lecture 5: coping with environmental variation:energy. Chimpz used stem as a tool to get food. Chimpanzees were the first non-human animal d
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UTSCBIOB50H3Peter Kalman MolnarFall

BIOB50H3 Chapter 12: lecture 10 + reading

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27 Oct 2016
28
Case study: competition in plants that eat animals: Many plants eat animals through variety of mechanisms like physically eating it or luring them in w
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UTSCBIOB50H3Peter Kalman MolnarFall

BIOB50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Survivorship Curve, Life Table, Dall Sheep

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27 Oct 2016
13
Case study: human population growth figure 10. 1, 10. 2. 1975: human population grows at an annual rate of nearly 2% at this rate, a population will do
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UTSCBIOB50H3Rajit PatankarFall

BIOB50 Chapter 17,18,21-25: biob50 final notes

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15 Mar 2016
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UTSCBIOB50H3Peter Kalman MolnarFall

BIOB50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Snowshoe Hare, Striking Distance, Guppy

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27 Oct 2016
16
Snowshoe hare cycles: a case study: figure 13. 2 lynx canadenis feed on snowshoe hare. The studies explain that up to 95% are killed by the predator bu
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UTSCBIOB50H3Peter Kalman MolnarFall

BIOB50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Phenotypic Plasticity, Anisogamy, Gametophyte

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27 Oct 2016
11
Figure 7. 1; offspring vary greatly in size and number. Life history: consists of major events related to its growth, development, reproduction and sur
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UTSCBIOB50H3Peter Kalman MolnarFall

BIOB50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Urchin Barren, Kelp Forest, Larrea Tridentata

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27 Oct 2016
11
Chapter 9/ lecture 7: population distribution and abundance. From kelp forest to urchin barren: a case study. Studies show that urchins might determine
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UTSCBIOB50H3Marc CadotteFall

BIOB50H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Tropical And Subtropical Dry Broadleaf Forests, Temperate Deciduous Forest, Pacific Decadal Oscillation

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15 Sep 2013
66
Concept 1. 1: events in the natural woalrd are interconnected. Connections to nature: events in natural wolrd are connect: connections when organisms i
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