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Species Interactions Ecology Worksheet

Course Number: PCB 3043, Fall 2008

College/University: FIU

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Species Interactions Ecology Worksheet Labs #5 & 6 Answer/address all of the following questions on your own paper. Include all data tables. Answers should include any and all supporting material (graphs, spreadsheets, and text). 1. a. State a hypothesis to compare ant abundance at the different habitats. b. State a hypothesis to compare ant abundance with different baits types. 2. a....

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