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UWBIOL 180John W ParksFall

BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Natural Experiment, Pollination, Bioprospecting

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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Allele Frequency, Positive Feedback, Ecosystem Services

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Geographic range shifts: many species have been moving toward the poles, higher altitudes, or toward areas of adequate precipitation. Beetles able to i
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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Natural Selection, Commensalism, Herbivore

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+/- interaction that occurs when one organism eats another: herbivory: herbivores (plant-eaters) consume plant and algal tissues, predation: a predator
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UWBIOL 180John W ParksFall

BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Extinction, Overexploitation, Fecundity

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Range: geographic distribution (determined by two types of factors: abiotic factors: Presence of geographical structures --> mountains and oceans. Spec
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UWBIOL 180John W ParksFall

BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Niche Differentiation, Species Richness, Biogeography

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Species richness: a count of how many species are present in a given community. Species diversity: a weighted measure that incorporates the species" re
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UWBIOL 180John W ParksFall

BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Keystone Species, Overfishing, Commensalism

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Orange nectar bats and flowering plants o o. Bats benefit by using nectar as a food source. Plants benefit b/c bats carry pollen from one plant to anot
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UWBIOL 180John W ParksFall

BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Ecological Selection, Directional Selection

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BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Integrated Pest Management, Coevolution, Commensalism

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Community: all the populations of different species that interact in a certain area. Fitness: an individual"s ability to produce viable, fertile offspr
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UWBIOL 180John W ParksFall

BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Conservation Biology, Endemism, Global Exchange

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It"ll be impossible to preserve high species diversity and high-functioning ecosystems if two things happen: human population grows to 10 billion or mo
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UWBIOL 180John W ParksFall

BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Intraspecific Competition, Allele Frequency, Competitive Exclusion Principle

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Lowers the fitness of both individuals involved o. Energy is put into competition which reduces the amount available for reproducing, foraging, and oth
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UWBIOL 180John W ParksFall

BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Habitat Fragmentation, Sea Level Rise, Tropical And Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forests

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Extinction rates are greater than ever before currently other than the asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs. Possible 6th mass extinction occurring right
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UWBIOL 180John W ParksFall

BIOL 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Primary Production, Negative Feedback, Positive Feedback

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Rapid loss of species: global climate change / global warming. Global warming: increase in the average temperature of the planet. Global climate change
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