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II. The Living World. By Jessie McClure and Megan Garrett. Biological Populations and communities. Organisms occur in populations, communities, and ecosystems A population is all the members of a species living in a given area at the same time

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Ii the living world

II. The Living World

By Jessie McClure and Megan Garrett


Biological populations and communities
Biological Populations and communities

  • Organisms occur in populations, communities, and ecosystems

  • A population is all the members of a species living in a given area at the same time

  • All of the populations in one area make up a biological community

  • An ecosystem consists of the biological community as well as the physical environment (biotic and abiotic factors)



Vocabulary
Vocabulary

  • Species

  • Population

  • Biological Community

  • Ecosystem

  • Producers

  • Productivity

  • Biomass

  • Detritivores

  • Food Chain

  • Food Web

  • Trophic Level

  • Consumer

  • Herbivores

  • Carnivores

  • Omnivores

  • Scavengers

  • Decomposer


Community properties affect species and populations
Community Properties affect species and populations

  • Productivity is a measure of biological activity

  • Community Structure describes spatial distribution of organisms

  • Complexity is an important ecological indicator

  • Edges and boundaries affect communities


Ecological niche
Ecological niche

  • An ecological niche is the functional role and position of a species or population within a community or ecosystem including what resources are used, how and when it used these resources as well as how it interacts with other populations.


Vocabulary1
Vocabulary

  • Primary Productivity

  • Abundance

  • Diversity

  • Complexity

  • Edge Effects

  • Random Distribution

  • Uniform Distribution

  • Clustered Distribution

  • Ecotones


Complexity
Complexity

Tropical rainforests are structurally and ecologically complex


Species interactions
Species Interactions

  • Competition leads to resource allocation

  • Predation affects species relationships

  • Certain Adaptations Help Avoid Predation

  • Symbiosis Involves Intimate Relations Among Species


Keystone species
Keystone Species

The Otters protects kelp forests by eating urchins that would otherwise destroy the kelp


Vocabulary2
Vocabulary

  • Adaptation

  • Natural Selection

  • Selection Pressures

  • Tolerance Limits

  • Indicators

  • Habitat

  • Ecological Niche

  • Competitive Exclusion Principle

  • Resource Partitioning

  • Speciation

  • Geographic Isolation

  • Allopatric speciation

  • Sympatric Speciation

  • Binomials


Allopatric v sympatric speciation
Allopatric V. sympatric speciation

Geographic barriers influence speciation


Biomes to know
Biomes to Know

Major Terrestrial

  • Tropical Forest

  • Tropical Savanna and Grassland

  • Deserts

  • Temperate Grasslands

  • Temperate Shrublands

  • Temperate Forests (Deciduous and Coniferous)

  • Boreal Forests

  • Tundra


Vocabulary3
Vocabulary

  • Biome

  • Vertical Zonation

  • Cloud Forests

  • Tropical Seasonal Forests

  • Grasslands

  • Savannas

  • Chaparral

  • Deciduous

  • Coniferous

  • Taiga


Boreal forest taiga
Boreal Forest/Taiga

Characterized by conifers at high latitudes


Cloud forest of costa rica
Cloud Forest of costa rica

Characterized by persistent, frequent or seasonal low-level cloud cover


Biomes to know1
Biomes to Know

Major Aquatic

  • Streams/ Rivers

  • Lakes/ Ponds

  • Wetlands

  • Estuaries

  • Coastal

  • Coral Reefs

  • Open Ocean


Vocabulary4
Vocabulary

  • Phytoplankton

  • Benthic

  • Pelagic

  • Coral Bleaching

  • Mangroves

  • Salt Marshes

  • Tide Pools

  • Barrier Islands

  • Thermocline

  • Swamps

  • Marshes

  • Bogs

  • Fens


Mangrove
Mangrove

Characterized by trees that grow in salt water


Ocean zones
Ocean zones

Pelagic and benthic


Vocabulary5
Vocabulary

  • Chemosynthesis

  • Photosynthesis

  • Chlorophyll


Species diversity
Species Diversity

  • Evolution produces species diversity

  • Natural selection leads to evolution

  • All species live within limits

  • Speciation maintains species diversity

  • Evolution is still at work


Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis

  • Green plants get energy from the sun

  • Photosynthesis captures energy from the sun

  • Extremophiles live in severe condition

  • Process:

    • Occurs in organelles called chloroplast in plant cells

    • Begins with light dependent reactions that occur when the chloroplast is receiving light

    • Enzymes split water molecules and release O2

    • 6H2O + 6CO2 + solar energy  C6 H12 O6 (sugar) + 6O2



Cellular respiration
Cellular Respiration

A diagram of the process


Cellular respiration1
Cellular Respiration

  • Respiration releases the energy gained during photosynthesis

  • The Process:

    • It involves splitting carbon and hydrogen atoms from the sugar molecule

    • They are then recombined with oxygen to create carbon dioxide and water

    • C6 H12 O6 + 6O2 6H2O + 6CO2 + released energy


Cellular respiration2
Cellular respiration

video

Remember

Two types/stages:

Glycolysis: anaerobic, does not need oxygen

Aerobic also called the Kreb’s cycle, requires oxygen

Generates energy

Crucial to decomposition

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2f7YwCtHcgk


Food chains and food webs
Food chains and food webs

Food chains are a linked feeding series

Food webs are interconnected food chains


Ecological pyramids describe trophic levels
Ecological pyramids describe Trophic Levels

Grass grows. Rabbit eats grass. Fox eats Rabbit. Wolf Eats Rabbit



Biodiversity1
biodiversity

  • Two main factors give us biodiversity:

    Natural selection

    &

    Mutation

    (through sexual reproduction)


Galapagos finches
Galapagos Finches

Natural Selection Explains why they have different beaks(based on different available food sources)


Natural selection
Natural selection

  • The organisms with preferable traits for their environment are the ones that evade predators longer and survive longer and live to produce offspring.

  • For example of the mice you see in the picture the lighter colored mice are better adapted to living on sand dunes where as the darker colored mice are more likely to survive on the darker soil nearby.

  • Article:

  • http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2009/08/mice-living-in-sand-hills-quickly-evolved-lighter-coloration/


Evolution
Evolution

  • A theory that explains how random changes in genetic material & competition for scarce resources cause the species to change gradually over generations


Vocabulary6
Vocabulary

  • Intraspecific Competition

  • Interspecific Competition

  • Predator-Mediated Competition

  • Coevolution

  • Batesian Mimicry

  • Müllerian Mimicry

  • Symbiosis

  • Mutualism

  • Commensalism

  • Parasitism




Climate shifts
Climate shifts

  • If gradual -> Natural selection -> favorable traits for new climate

  • If rapid -> mass die outs-> possible extinction

Possible explanations for climate shifts:

  • Changes in the sun’s energy output

  • Shifts in the moon’s orbit, altering tides & circulation

  • Milankovitch cycles: slight variations in the earth’s tilt and orbit, explain extreme shifts

  • Volcanos releasing large amounts of ash and sulfur, causing temperatures to drop quickly


Species movement
Species movement

  • Occurs when species migrate to a different climate because their original has become unsuitable

  • NPR recording on climate change & species movement

  • http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=95603499&m=95606687


Communities change over time
Communities Change over time

  • Communities develop in a sequence of stages

  • Ecological succession describes a history of community development

  • Appropriate disturbances can benefit communities

  • Introduced species can cause community change


Vocabulary7
Vocabulary

  • Climax Community

  • Primary Succession

  • Secondary Succession

  • Pioneer Species

  • Disturbance

  • Disturbance-Adapted Species


Primary succession
Primary Succession

Begins bare of soil, ends with a community


Secondary succession
Secondary Succession

Resulting from a fire


Carbon cycle
Carbon Cycle

Cartoon on the carbon cycle (strange but helpful)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3SZKJVKRxQ

Teacher/lecture style:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xV3rYB79lcU&feature=fvwrel


Nitrogen cycle
Nitrogen cycle

  • Video of cycle including sources

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BosHU4ARR9w&feature=related

  • Teacher/lecture style:

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GU17Q10GEE8&feature=relmfu


Phosphorus cycle
Phosphorus cycle

  • Videos:

  • in short: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKkC2JpjaGc

  • In detail/lecture style: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gT3r2de8WqI


Sulfur cycle
Sulfur cycle

Animation:

http://academic.cengage.com/biology/discipline_content/animations/sulfur_cycle.html



The water cycle1
The Water cycle

  • Animated Water Cycle

  • (stop motion) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRWvovaHzkM&feature=related

  • Water Cycle Rap

    (surprisingly helpful for vocabulary)

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3NeMVBcXXU&feature=related


Vocabulary8
Vocabulary

  • Evaporation

  • Precipitation

  • Condensation

  • Sublimation

  • Assimliation

  • Nitrification

  • Denitrification

  • Abiotic

  • Biotic


Conservation of matter
Conservation of matter

  • Matter is neither created nor destroyed

    But rather recycled over and over again as chemical elements are used and reused by organisms

  • In other words…

    Matter can be combined and transformed in many different ways, but will never disappear


Remember
Remember

  • All living things are made of the same 6 elements that cycle and are reused over and over

  • CHNOPS! 

  • Carbon

  • Hydrogen

  • Nitrogen

  • Oxygen

  • Phosphorous

  • Sulfur


Notebook study tools for the living world
Notebook study tools forThe living world

  • Chapter 4 & 5 test

  • (remember) the Eco-Column Project

  • Climatogram worksheet

  • And of course any in-class notes

    (especially on videos)

  • Biomes worksheet


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