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TEMPLEBIOL 2227SandersSpring

BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Woody Plant, Species Richness, Ecological Succession

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Succession- change and replacement in plant and animals communities in an area following disturbance. Primary succession: on newly exposed geological s
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BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Nitrogen Fixation, Nitrogen Cycle, Skink

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Elements such as phosphorous, carbon, nitrogen, potassium, and iron are used over and over. Elements that are required for the development, maintenance
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BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Terrestrial Ecosystem, Detritivore, Transpiration

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Primary production: the production of new organic matter or biomass by autotrophs in an ecosystem. The rate of primary production: is the amount of bio
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BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Intraspecific Competition, Interspecific Competition, Competitive Exclusion Principle

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Interference competition- occurs when individuals interfere with the foraging, survival, or reproduction of others, or directly prevent their physical
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BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Jens Clausen, Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency

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Evolution- a process that changes populations of organisms over time. Adaption- an evolutionary process that changes anatomy physiology, or behavior, r
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BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Oceanic Zone, Bathyal Zone, Mesopelagic Zone

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BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Graysby, Genetic Variation, Flowering Plant

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Behavioral ecology: study of social relations of animals. The role of a behavioral ecologists distinguish between proximate and ultimate causes behavio
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BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Parasitoid, Herbivore, Parasitism

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Chapter 14 exploitative interactions: predation, herbivory, parasitism and disease: Exploitative interactions: the diverse interactions between species
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TEMPLEBIOL 2227SandersSpring

BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Steven Seagal, Commensalism, Herbivore

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Direct interactions-between two species, including competition, predation, herbivore and mutualism involve positive or negative effects on one of the s
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BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Landscape Ecology, Population Ecology, Soil Chemistry

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BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Richard Levins, Microclimate, Regional Climate Levels In Viticulture

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Temperature- is a measure of the average kinetic energy or energy of motion, of the molecules. Heat- the kinetic energy in a mass of a substance is gen
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TEMPLEBIOL 2227SandersSpring

BIOL 2227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Steven Seagal, Competitive Exclusion Principle, Log-Normal Distribution

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9 Mar 2016
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In chapters 13 to 15 we focused on completion, predation, and mutualism between pairs of species. We now consider patterns and process that involve a l
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