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Symbiosis Water Cycle Energy Pollution Ecology 1pt 1 pt 1 pt 1pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2pt 2pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4pt 4 pt 4pt 5pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt The relationships among two organisms What is symbiosis The relationship when both organisms benefit

By Antony
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ECOLOGY 2

ECOLOGY 2

ECOLOGY 2. Case Study: Black and white and spread all over. Small, black and white shellfish Introduced to Lake St. Clair, Canada, in 1988, in discharged ballast water Within 2 years, the zebra mussels invaded all 5 Great Lakes Populations grew exponentially

By PamelaLan
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Energy in Ecosystems

Energy in Ecosystems

Energy in Ecosystems. Ecosystem Components. Producers Basis of an ecosystem’s energy Autotrophs : perform photosynthesis to make sugars Chemotrophs : Bacteria which use minerals from deep-sea vents to make energy Consumers Heterotrophs : Consumes others for energy

By omer
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APES UNIT 04

APES UNIT 04

APES UNIT 04. Energy, Succession & Biomes. Bellwork Week 11 – 10/18/10. List as many biomes as you can remember. In one or two words describe those biomes. Chapter 8. Biomes. Earth’s Biomes.

By madison
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Energy in Marine Ecosystems: Marine Food Chains

Energy in Marine Ecosystems: Marine Food Chains

Energy in Marine Ecosystems: Marine Food Chains. Begins with the primary producer s They are autotrophs (‘self’-‘feeders’ ) - Organism capable of making organic compounds,

By hanh
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The Prehistory of Intensive Sea Fishing

The Prehistory of Intensive Sea Fishing

The Prehistory of Intensive Sea Fishing. Dr. James Barrett McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. Why Study the Early Development of Sea Fishing?. Implications for social and economic history Implications for historical ecology. Today’s Objectives.

By johannes
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Easter Island

Easter Island

Easter Island. Sustainability - A system/process can continue indefinitely without _______________________ resources used. *no sacrifice to future generations* Stewardship Caring for something that does not belong to you Sound Science Use the scientific method. A. Human population growth.

By corbin
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Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides. Available on the Boundless Teaching Platform. Free to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at www.boundless.com. Using Boundless Presentations. Boundless Teaching Platform

By elwyn
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Energy Flow

Energy Flow

Energy Flow. How does energy move through the ecosystem?. http://www.armofthesea.info/images/landscapes/crommet_lg.jpg. Conservation:. Law of Conservation of Matter -

By hosea
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Ecosystems

Ecosystems

Ecosystems. Communities and Ecosystems Ecosystem is one or more communities plus the non-living (abiotic) factors. Biodiversity is the variety of different kinds of organisms that make up a community. Ecosystems.

By mandel
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ECOLOGY

ECOLOGY

ECOLOGY. BIO.B.4. Ecology. Ecology – the study of interactions among and between organisms and their environment. Organizational Groups. Levels of Organization (small to large) Species – group of organisms that can breed and produce fertile offspring

By evelien
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Bell Ringer 8.29.2011 ( Today: Do NOT write questions)

Bell Ringer 8.29.2011 ( Today: Do NOT write questions)

Bell Ringer 8.29.2011 ( Today: Do NOT write questions). 1. Do you think seeds would grow better in saltwater or freshwater ? 2. Write a hypothesis explaining what you think. For example: “ If I grow seeds in saltwater, then they would grow _________ than they would in freshwater. ”.

By kato
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Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Ecosystem Plants, animals and environments Components of Ecosystems Abiotic Autotrophs Heterotrophys: herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, deteritivores Decomposers Trophic structure, food train, trophic level Biomass, primary & secondary productivity. Habitat Ecological Niche

By melita
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Diversity and Stability

Diversity and Stability

Diversity and Stability . By Ariana Strandburg-Peshkin. Does Increased Diversity Lead to Increased Stability?. What is stability? - MacArthur. Abundances of species staying relatively constant Perturb one species --> Others relatively unaffected

By floriane
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Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?

Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?

3. Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?. Core Case Study: Tropical Rain Forests Are Disappearing. Cover only about 2% of the earth’s land surface Contain about 50% of the world’s known plant and animal species Major harmful effects of disruption Reduces biodiversity

By joie
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Community Ecology and Ecosystems Chapter 53

Community Ecology and Ecosystems Chapter 53

Community Ecology and Ecosystems Chapter 53. Ecological communities are composed of all species populations that cohabit an area An ecosystem is an ecological community and its abiotic environment . Community Ecology Communities are composed of all of the species that cohabit an area.

By demeter
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Ch 3 Ecosystems: What They Are and How Do They Work?

Ch 3 Ecosystems: What They Are and How Do They Work?

Ch 3 Ecosystems: What They Are and How Do They Work?. Case Study . Have You Thanked The Insects Today? (Summarize). The Nature of Ecology. Ecology: the study of how organisms interact with one another and their environment. Organism: Species: Population: Community: Ecosystem: Biosphere:.

By keiran
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Food Chains, Food Webs, and the Transfer of Energy

Food Chains, Food Webs, and the Transfer of Energy

Food Chains, Food Webs, and the Transfer of Energy. How are organisms classified in an ecosystem? What they eat or how they get their food (producers, consumers, and decomposers). Do Now. Complete the table below:. Feeding Interactions between organism – Energy Flow and the Food Chain

By karik
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Energy Flow in an Ecosystem

Energy Flow in an Ecosystem

Energy Flow in an Ecosystem. Energy Flow. Energy in an ecosystem originally comes from the sun Energy flows through Ecosystems from producers to consumers Producers (make food) Consumers (use food by eating producers or other consumers). Producers.

By jam
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AIR BIOLOGY REVIEW

AIR BIOLOGY REVIEW

AIR BIOLOGY REVIEW. Ecology. KEY AIR VOCAB WORD:. HOMEOSTASIS. Nature maintains a balance in the ecosystem. “HOW?” You ask?. Nutrient cycles. Predator – prey relationships. Primary & secondary succession. Recycling Matter!.

By dalton
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