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Recap

Recap

Recap. Species interaction Consumer-resource interactions Parasites and host Herbivore and plant Competition Mutualism. 11.6 Individuals of different species can collaborate in mutualistic interactions. Mutualism: interaction benefits both species involved. honeybee and plants

By yannis
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Carrying Capacity

Carrying Capacity

Carrying Capacity. Unit 6- 4 Notes Mr. Hefti - Pulaski Biology. Definition…. “the maximum number of organisms an ecosystem can support” Dependent on limiting factors : Food Shelter Disease Sunlight Oxygen. Graph 1.

By janice
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Population Ecology

Population Ecology

organism. population. community. ecosystem. biosphere. Population Ecology. April 26, 2012. BellRinger Quiz List at least 3 factors that can affect the size of a population Objective Use an interactive model to describe how resource availability can affect population size Homework

By terry
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AP Biology

AP Biology

AP Biology . Pay for your AP EXAM by April 5 BEGIN STUDYING FOR AP EXAM!. Ecology Unit Chapter 52-56. Biosphere - This is the sum of all the planet’s ecosystems and landscape How regional exchange influences the distributions across biosphere. Landscape Ecology .

By gracie
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Populations and Communities

Populations and Communities

Populations and Communities. = Population. A group of individuals of the same species, living in a shared space at a specific point in time. Factors affecting population size. births. deaths. Population. Emigration. Immigration. How big is this population?. 11. 6. 6.

By poppy
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Predicting predator-prey populations

Predicting predator-prey populations

Predicting predator-prey populations. Desired results. Here’s an approximation of reality:

By iola
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Threats to our forests

Threats to our forests

Threats to our forests. Abiotic / B iotic threats. Abiotic frost, hail, acid precipitation, fire Biotic Forest diseases – usually fungal infections of leaves / roots / bark Forest insects – usually larva of moths or beetles eating the leaves. Abiotic.

By hakan
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Ch. 52 - Population Ecology

Ch. 52 - Population Ecology

Ch. 52 - Population Ecology Dynamic biological processes influence population density, dispersion and demography Life history traits are products of natural selection The exponential model describes population growth in an idealized, unlimited environment

By kelvin
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Prevention of Population Cycles by Parasite Removal

Prevention of Population Cycles by Parasite Removal

Prevention of Population Cycles by Parasite Removal. Peter J. Hudson, Andy P. Dobson and Dave Newborn. Who remembers population cycles?. Trichostrongylus tenuis. Lagopus lagopus scoticus. Parasites and the Red Grouse. Trichostrongylus tenius. Basic single host nematode life cycle.

By benjy
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Exploitation: Predation, Herbivory, Parasitism, and Disease

Exploitation: Predation, Herbivory, Parasitism, and Disease

Exploitation: Predation, Herbivory, Parasitism, and Disease. Chapter 14. Introduction. _________________ : Interaction between populations that enhances fitness of one individual while reducing fitness of the exploited individual. ___________ is an insect larva that consumes the host.

By alexis
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Chapter 15: Dynamics of Consumer-Resource Interactions

Chapter 15: Dynamics of Consumer-Resource Interactions

Chapter 15: Dynamics of Consumer-Resource Interactions. Population Cycles of Canadian Hare and Lynx. Charles Elton’s seminal paper focused on fluctuations of mammals in the Canadian boreal forests. Elton’s analyses were based on trapping records maintained by the Hudson’s Bay Company

By herb
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Population Ecology: Population Dynamics

Population Ecology: Population Dynamics

Population Ecology: Population Dynamics. Global human population United Nations projections (2004) ( red , orange , green ) U. S. Census Bureau modern ( blue ) & historical ( black ) estimates. Image from Wikimedia Commons. Population Dynamics.

By aquila-sanford
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Exploitation: Predation, Herbivory, Parasitism, and Disease

Exploitation: Predation, Herbivory, Parasitism, and Disease

Exploitation: Predation, Herbivory, Parasitism, and Disease. Chapter 11. Outline. Introduction Complex Interactions Exploitation and Abundance Population Fluctuations Models Refuges Prey Density Size. Introduction.

By hu-pace
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Anatomy of a population cycle: A c ase s tudy using Canada lynx

Anatomy of a population cycle: A c ase s tudy using Canada lynx

Anatomy of a population cycle: A c ase s tudy using Canada lynx. Dennis Murray Trent University. Collaborators. S. Abele (TNC) A . Borlestean (Trent U. ) J. Bowman (OMNR) S. Boutin (U. Alberta) K. Chan (Trent U.) R. Gau (NWTG) C. Krebs (UBC) M. O’Donoghue (YTG ).

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Chapter 15: Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Populations

Chapter 15: Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Populations

Robert E. Ricklefs The Economy of Nature, Fifth Edition. Chapter 15: Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Populations. Some populations exhibit regular fluctuations. Charles Elton first called attention to regular population cycles in 1924:

By wrathbone
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Chapter 15: Dynamics of Consumer-Resource Interactions

Chapter 15: Dynamics of Consumer-Resource Interactions

Chapter 15: Dynamics of Consumer-Resource Interactions. Population Cycles of Canadian Hare and Lynx. Charles Elton’s seminal paper focused on fluctuations of mammals in the Canadian boreal forests. Elton’s analyses were based on trapping records maintained by the Hudson’s Bay Company

By violapeterson
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Anseriformes, Galliformes, Gaviiformes, Podicipediformes, and Procellariformes

Anseriformes, Galliformes, Gaviiformes, Podicipediformes, and Procellariformes

Anseriformes, Galliformes, Gaviiformes, Podicipediformes, and Procellariformes. Some Terms of Description. AnseriformesBreeding and Wintering Habitat. Bellrose 1976. Migration Routes. Bellrose 1976. Johnsgard 1973. Johnsgard 1973. Population Cycles. Newton 1998. Sage-grouse Lek.

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