LECTURE14Ecology1 - Ecosystems Ecosystems Slide 1 Midterm#3...

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Slide 1 Ecosystems Ecosystems
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Slide 2 Ecosystems Midterm #3 Review invertebrate and vertebrate trees Look over insect orders Review orders of mammals Know classes and phyla we covered in lecture -- who’s who Review early embryonic development in animals Review key characters defining animal groups Chapters 32, 33, and 34 12% short answer 18% labeling figures 30% multiple choice 40% phylogenetic tree
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Slide 3 Ecosystems The World as our Garden amazing grasslands North America’s megafauna -inexhaustible, or not
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Slide 4 Ecosystems “Let people fish how they like, as they like, and when they like. …[T]here is not a particle of evidence that anything man does has an appreciable influence on the stock of herring.” T. H. Huxley, 1881 Plenty of Fish in the Sea
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Slide 5 Ecosystems
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Slide 8 Ecosystems Dayton, P. K. 2003. The importance of the natural sciences to conservation. American Scientist 162(1): 1-13.
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Slide 9 Ecosystems Abalone today
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Slide 14 Ecosystems State of Fisheries Today QuickTime ° and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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