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Bio20C Notes 1

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Winter 2009 Biology 20C D.C. Potts Bio 20C: ECOLOGY and EVOLUTION Lecture 1 : 7 January 2009 Introduction: Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity Donald C. Potts 1997-2009 SCOPE of COURSE GEOLOGY + PHYSICS + CHEMISTRY ABIOTIC ENVIRONMENT + ORGANISMS ORGANISMS ENVIRONMENT ABIOTIC ENVIRONMENT BIOTIC ENVIRONMENT ECOLOGY Major consequences of interactions between organisms and their environments: Environmental...

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2009 Biology Winter 20C D.C. Potts Bio 20C: ECOLOGY and EVOLUTION Lecture 1 : 7 January 2009 Introduction: Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity Donald C. Potts 1997-2009 SCOPE of COURSE GEOLOGY + PHYSICS + CHEMISTRY ABIOTIC ENVIRONMENT + ORGANISMS ORGANISMS ENVIRONMENT ABIOTIC ENVIRONMENT BIOTIC ENVIRONMENT ECOLOGY Major consequences of interactions between organisms and their environments: Environmental Buffering = reduction of extreme physical/chemical/(biological) without conditions; changing average values Habitat Modification = changes in average physical/chemical/(biological) conditions ECOLOGY + GENETICS ADAPTATION + TIME ECOLOGY + EVOLUTION BIODIVERSITY + ENVIRONMENT ADAPTATION EVOLUTION BIODIVERSITY "BIOCOMPLEXITY" Biodiversity consists of all the organisms alive in the world today. It is the culmination of all the evolutionary and ecological processes that have occurred throughout Earth'

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