Lecture11 Ecology1

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Slide 1 Introduction to Ecology Chapter 50 pgs. 1080-1105 An Introduction to  Ecology and the  Biosphere
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Slide 2 Introduction to Ecology What do I need to know for  the 3rd midterm?
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Slide 3 Introduction to Ecology 3rd Midterm Phylogenetic Trees - Fig. 32.11, pg. 635  inverts - Fig. 34.2, pg. 672 verts - Fig. 34.20, pg. 685  origin of tetrapods - Fig. 34.23, pg. 687 amniotes - Fig. 34.38, pg. 700  primates - Fig. 34.41, pg. 702  timeline for hominids Multiple choice True / False Matching Labelling trees Short answers Exam style will be  similar to the two  previous midterms and  my quizzes
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Slide 4 Introduction to Ecology
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Slide 5 Introduction to Ecology
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Slide 6 Introduction to Ecology What should I do for my  summer vacation?
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Slide 7 Introduction to Ecology check out USC  website visit Allan Hancock  Bldg., pick up  brochure talk to students who  have taken the  course
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Slide 8 Introduction to Ecology  more  marine labs  in the  Caribbean  other  opportunities  in the Pacific etc.
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Slide 9 Introduction to Ecology
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Slide 11 Introduction to Ecology
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Slide 12 Introduction to Ecology Chapter 50 pgs. 1080-1105 An Introduction to  Ecology and the  Biosphere Read ahead: Chapter 52, Population Ecology  starts on pg. 1136, sections 52.1, 52.2, 52.6, skim  others
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Slide 13 Introduction to Ecology Ecology is the scientific study of the interactions between  organisms and the environment these interactions determine distribution and abundance oikos  (from Gr.) meaning  household, home or place  to live QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompres ed) decompres or are needed to see this picture.
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Slide 14 Introduction to Ecology Ecology has a long history as a descriptive science Aristotle’s climate classification
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Slide 15 Introduction to Ecology Ecology today is also a rigorous experimental  science Predator exclusion cage Sham No cage
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Slide 16 Introduction to Ecology Ecology is a highly quantitative science QuickTime £ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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Slide 17 Introduction to Ecology Ecology and Evolutionary  Biology events that occur in ecological time affect life on the scale of evolutionary time QuickTime ¤ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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Slide 18 Introduction to Ecology excerpted from Begon, M., C.R. Townsend, and J.L. Harper. 2006. Ecology: from individuals to ecosystems. Blackwell Publishing, pp. 577.
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Slide 19 Introduction to Ecology Organisms and the  Environment the environment of  any organism  includes abiotic, or  nonliving  components biotic, or living  components QuickTime § and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor
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