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  1. Do Now: Page 30

  2. The bleeding tooth fungus grows in Europe and North America. While young, the fungus looks like it is oozing blood. The red liquid is actually an anticoagulant. It lives on the roots of conifer trees and exchanges nutrients in a mutually beneficial relationship.Now, I know that “bleeding tooth” sounds incredibly appetizing, but while they aren’t toxic, they are considered inedible.

  3. Hydnellumpeckiiestablishes a mutualistic relationship with the roots of certain trees (referred to as "hosts"), in which the fungus exchanges minerals and amino acids extracted from the soil for fixed carbon from the host. The fungus grows a sheath of tissue around the rootlets of a broad range of tree species, in an intimate association that is especially beneficial to the host (termed ectomycorrhizal), as the fungus produces enzymes that mineralize organic compounds and facilitate the transfer of nutrients to the tree.

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  8. Homework Review

  9. Homework Review

  10. Chapter 6 – Humans in the Biosphere • Demography – the study of humans in the biosphere 15

  11. Renewable Resource • Resource that can be produced or replaced by healthy ecosystem functions

  12. Nonrenewable resource • Resource that cannot be replenished by a natural process within a reasonable amount of time

  13. Deforestation Pollutant • Destruction of forests • Harmful material that can enter the biosphere Air Pollution • Common forms of air pollution include smog, acid rain, greenhouse gases, and particulates

  14. Biodiversity • All of the genetically based variation in all organisms in the biosphere

  15.  or  • Air pollution • Increasing sewage content in the water • Enforcement of pollution control laws • Growth of human populations • Use of pesticides • Preservation of plant and animal habitats • Recycling solid wastes • Using non-biodegradable materials • Strict hunting and fishing laws • Using biological controls to reduce insect population

  16. Most Missed Quiz Questions

  17. Do Now: Page 35 and 53For page 35, if the answer has two words, leave one box as a spaceAlso, number 11 across is “Demographic Transition” Homework: • Page 165, 1 – 3

  18. Lab Do pages 55, 56 and 57 on a separate piece of paper and hand that bad boy in at 11:23