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Ecological Succession

Ecological Succession

Ecological Succession. Ecological succession : the process of ecological change in an ecosystem where one community is replaced by another community over time T wo types of succession: Primary succession : formation of a brand new ecosystem.

By jana
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Ecological Succession

Ecological Succession

Ecological Succession. New Beginnings. Changing Ecosystems. Ecosystems are constantly changing What might cause a change in an ecosystem?? Human interference (e.g. overhunting, clearing land for farming, logging, etc.) Natural interference (e.g. Flood, Drought, Severe storm, wildfire, etc.).

By prentice
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Interactions in Ecosystems

Interactions in Ecosystems

Interactions in Ecosystems. A habitat differs from a niche. A habitat is all aspects of the area in which an organism lives. biotic factors abiotic factors. An ecological niche includes all of the factors that a species needs to survive, stay healthy, and reproduce. food abiotic conditions

By oni
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Ecological Succession

Ecological Succession

Ecological Succession. Definition:. Natural, gradual changes in the types of species that live in an area; can be primary or secondary The gradual replacement of one plant community by another through natural processes over time. There are two main types of Ecological Succession.

By alima
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LECTURE NOTES ON MICROBIAL ECOLOGY

LECTURE NOTES ON MICROBIAL ECOLOGY

Dr Balogun, S.A. PhD Environmental/Petroleum Microbiologist. LECTURE NOTES ON MICROBIAL ECOLOGY. COURSE SYNOPSIS. Microbial Community Species Population Community Ecosystem Species Diversity Autochthonous and Allochthonous microorganisms Dispersal of Microrganisms

By fay
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ECOLOGICAL SUCCESSION

ECOLOGICAL SUCCESSION

ECOLOGICAL SUCCESSION. Ecosystems tend to change with time until a stable system is formed. The stable system that will form depends on climatic limitations. Ecological Succession.

By neka
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The Future of Neonatal Outreach Care in Manchester and the potential impact for parents and other services.

The Future of Neonatal Outreach Care in Manchester and the potential impact for parents and other services.

The Future of Neonatal Outreach Care in Manchester and the potential impact for parents and other services. Clinical Lead Christine Peters R.M. BSC Hons. S.O.M . Manchester Neonatal Outreach Team History. Established 1945

By zuri
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Chapter 6: Species Interaction & Community Ecology

Chapter 6: Species Interaction & Community Ecology

Chapter 6: Species Interaction & Community Ecology. www.aw-bc.com/Withgott. Species Interaction. competition predation parasitism symbiosis mutualism amensalism commensalism herbivory. Competition. limited resources seeked by multiple species (density dependant) organisms food

By priscilla
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The Ecosystem Perspective

The Ecosystem Perspective

The Ecosystem Perspective. Examines interactions between whole communities and the physical environment. Emphasizes how physical setting influences trophic structure, energy flow and nutrient cycling.

By saima
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Presidential Succession & the Vice Presidency

Presidential Succession & the Vice Presidency

Presidential Succession & the Vice Presidency. Chapter 13 Section 2. Presidential Succession and the Vice Presidency. How does the Constitution provide for presidential succession? What are the constitutional provisions for presidential disability? What is the role of the Vice President?.

By ona
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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire. World History – Libertyville HS. The Roman Empire. “ Pax Romana ” = Roman Peace Lasted 200 years, from 27 BC to 180 AD Few civil wars & no invasions Legal system helped to Romanize regions Empire covered 2.2 million square miles with 120 million pop.

By lanza
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Community and Population Ecology

Community and Population Ecology

Community and Population Ecology. Chapter 6. American Alligator. American Alligator: community structure. Highly adaptable – around for nearly 200 million years

By kat
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KETAHANAN EKO- SISTEM Biodiversitas

KETAHANAN EKO- SISTEM Biodiversitas

KETAHANAN EKO- SISTEM Biodiversitas. smno.psdl-ppsub.2013. ECOSYSTEM BIODIVERSITY. BIODIVERSITAS. Biodiversity = the amount of biological or living diversity per unit area. It includes the concepts of species diversity, genetic diversity and habitat diversity

By thisbe
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Todd Bassett

Todd Bassett

Todd Bassett. Leadership impact of workforce agility Functional experts as leaders High-Potential leaders leading in their non-core function. LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND SUCCESSION. Link business strategy with leadership development Senior management direct involvement

By agnes
(155 views)

Succession 2

Succession 2

Succession 2. L.O: to review succession to apply knowledge to past exam questions to research how succession is deflected Starter: . Keyword Match-Up. Spot the Mistakes!. Circle each word and write the correct word in the margin

By marrim
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Chapter 5: How Ecosystems Work

Chapter 5: How Ecosystems Work

Chapter 5: How Ecosystems Work. Energy Flow in the Ecosystem The Cycling of Matter How Ecosystems Change p. 116-135. Key terms. Photosynthesis Producer Consumer Decomposer Cellular respiration Food chain Food web Trophic level. Carbon cycle Nitrogen-fixing bacteria Nitrogen cycle

By ronna
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Chapter 18 Timeline

Chapter 18 Timeline

Chapter 18 Timeline. 04 Michelle 08 Cindy 15 Emily. 1500s. 1563 Ivan the terrible. 1519 Charles II became the king. 1547 Ivan IV czar of Russia. 1588 England defeat Spanish Armanda. 1555 The peace of Augsburg. 1534 Act of Supremacy. 1600s. 1600s. 1650. Spanish: golden age.

By yair
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Ecology EOC Review

Ecology EOC Review

Ecology EOC Review. Biotic vs. Abiotic Factors. Biotic = living (plants, animals, bacteria, fungus, protists ) Abiotic = non-living (temp, water, soil, weather, rocks, sunlight, etc). Ecological Organization. Organism ~ one member of one species

By scot
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SUCCESSION

SUCCESSION

SUCCESSION . Changes in the environment. Disturbances:. Events that change a community Can alter resources Can destroy or remove organisms. Stability:. The ability of a community to resist disturbances The greater the biodiversity, the greater the stability. Ecological Succession:.

By alize
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Ecological Succession

Ecological Succession

Ecological Succession. Succession. 11D: Describe how events and processes that occur during ecological succession can change populations and species diversity. (I can describe the process of succession and explain how events can change populations and species diversity).

By cirila
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