Lab 11 Pre-lab - 2 When do we expect to see the highest...

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Biology 265L Pre-Lab Assignment For: Lab 11: Marine Benthic Succession Please answer the following questions. Keep answers brief & to the point—most should only need about 2 sentences. DO NOT copy answers verbatim from the lab manual . The goal of these assignments is to make sure you’ve read through and thought about the lab before coming to class. (Ask your TA for tips on answering questions as well as what criteria will be used to grade your responses.) 1. What’s the difference between primary and secondary succession?
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Unformatted text preview: 2. When do we expect to see the highest species diversity? Explain one mechanism that has been proposed to explain this. 3. What are two reasons why marine benthic communities good models for studying succession? 4. What range of time have the settlement plates that we will be studying been in the water? 5. What data will you be reporting to your TA for compilation? [HINT: There’s two things you’ll be reporting]...
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