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CONSERVATION BIOLOGY

CONSERVATION BIOLOGY

CONSERVATION BIOLOGY. READINGS: FREEMAN, 2005 Chapter 54 Pages 1265-1277. CONSERVATION BIOLOGY. Conservation biology is a new science that has developed in response to concerns about decreasing biodiversity.

By evelia
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Gamma-proteobacteria in seawater

Gamma-proteobacteria in seawater

Gamma-proteobacteria in seawater. Sidhartha Goyal Hyunsoo Na. Contents. Introduction on (CARD-)FISH Procedures Results Discussion. Fluorescent in-situ hybridization. Detection and localization - U nculturable bacteria - Specific mRNAs in tissue

By mae
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Levels of Ecological Organization in Freshwater Systems

Levels of Ecological Organization in Freshwater Systems

Levels of Ecological Organization in Freshwater Systems. Population. Community. Ecosystem. What controls species composition (aka, diversity)? What causes species composition to change over space and time? What are the consequences of variation in species composition?

By nikkos
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introduction

introduction

Evaluation of Rates of Poultry Litter Application On Selected Phosphatase Enzyme Activity and Microbial Diversity King, Shantel ., R.O. Ankumah , L. Githinji , E.G. Rhoden, J.R. Bartlett, and V.A. Khan.

By rene
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Evolution of Science Support: Toolik Field Station 1980

Evolution of Science Support: Toolik Field Station 1980

Evolution of Science Support: Toolik Field Station 1980. John Hobbie Ecosystems Center Marine Biological Laboratory. Dormitories. 1975-1987.

By lloyd
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Abstract

Abstract

Cooperative Monitoring, Informational Flow and Management of Water Quality in Little Lagoon, AL.

By keiji
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Expanded Utility of Signature Lipid Biomarker Analysis for

Expanded Utility of Signature Lipid Biomarker Analysis for

Expanded Utility of Signature Lipid Biomarker Analysis for Microbial Community Composition and Nutritional/Physiological Status with HPLC/ESI/MS/MS Analysis of Intact Lipid Components.

By stacey
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Fig 12-3, p.238

Fig 12-3, p.238

Flow of energy through a living system; energy is degraded w/ each step. Fig 12-3, p.238. Generalized trophic pyramid. Fig 12-6, p.241. Simplified food web. Fig 12-7, p.242. Factors that effect…. Light Temperature (among others…that you already know…). Fig 12-9, p.244.

By ingrid
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Göran Ågren Department of Ecology Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Göran Ågren Department of Ecology Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Soil C decomposition and temperature The way forward Key issues from a modelling perspective. Göran Ågren Department of Ecology Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Litter input I ( q , t ). Respiration = (1/ e -1) P. DECOMPOSERS. NLOM. P / e. P ( q’ , t ). r C ( q , t ).

By helga
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David C. White, Cory Lytle, Aaron Peacock, Yun-Juan Chang, Jonas S. Almeida, Ying Dong Gan,

David C. White, Cory Lytle, Aaron Peacock, Yun-Juan Chang, Jonas S. Almeida, Ying Dong Gan,

Rapid Lipid Biomarker Analysis for Quantitative Assessment of Microbial Community Composition and Activity. David C. White, Cory Lytle, Aaron Peacock, Yun-Juan Chang, Jonas S. Almeida, Ying Dong Gan, Institute for Applied Microbiology, 10515 Research Drive, Suite 300,

By lizina
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M.L. Tuchman 1 & R.P. Barbiero 2 1 USEPA GLNPO, Chicago, IL USA

M.L. Tuchman 1 & R.P. Barbiero 2 1 USEPA GLNPO, Chicago, IL USA

The Status of Phytoplankton and Zooplankton Communities in Lake Huron. M.L. Tuchman 1 & R.P. Barbiero 2 1 USEPA GLNPO, Chicago, IL USA 2 DynCorp I&ET, Alexandria, VA USA. Great Lakes National Program Office. USEPA Monitoring Required by GLWQA Began in 1983 Current Sampling Includes:

By tashya-combs
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Abstract

Abstract

Class. Figure 1. Order. Figure 3. Figure 6. Order. Figure 5. Figures 5, 6 and 7 show differences in the populations of the eukaryotes isolated from the poplar rhizosphere under ambient and elevated CO 2. Figure 7. Figure 2. Figure 4.

By richard-clay
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Lecture Goals

Lecture Goals

Lecture Goals. To review the concept of trophic structure – how energy moves through ecosystems. To discuss primary production in freshwater ecosystems – who does it, how do they do it, and what controls it. Lindemann RL. 1942. The trophic-dynamic aspects of ecology. Ecology 23: 399-418.

By montana-griffith
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Allelopathy and herbivory

Allelopathy and herbivory

Allelopathy and herbivory. Additional readings: Hawkes CV, Sullivan JJ . 2001. The impact of herbivory on plants in different resource conditions: A meta-analysis. Ecology 82 :2045-2058. Seminars. Outline. Amensalism What is allelopathy and how is it inferred? “plus-minus” interactions

By brandon-nixon
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Lecture Goals

Lecture Goals

Lecture Goals. To review the concept of trophic structure – how energy moves through ecosystems. To discuss primary production in freshwater ecosystems – who does it, how do they do it, and what controls it. Lindemann RL. 1942. The trophic-dynamic aspects of ecology. Ecology 23: 399-418.

By edwardhernandez
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Current & Future Ecological Responses to Climate Change

Current & Future Ecological Responses to Climate Change

Current & Future Ecological Responses to Climate Change. Dr. Heather Throop NMSU Biology. 2090-2099 IPCC, 2007. Climatology is easy…. Complexities of understanding biological responses interactions between organisms short vs. long term patterns extremes, not averages, may be important.

By agriffis
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