Resh2 - Biology 1B, Ecology Lecture 2, Page 1 *Assigned...

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Biology 1B, Ecology Lecture 2, Page 1 Professor Resh Spring 2009 *Assigned readings, 8 th Edition pp. 1148-1155, 1181-1195 7 th Edition pp. 1080-1083, 1143-1146, 1152-1156 Population Growth Outline of Lecture 2 A. Ecology B. Exponential Growth C. Density dependent and independent effects D. Human Population growth E. Impact of human population on environment A. Ecology 1. Why does a particular kind of plant or animal live in one place and not another? 2. The examination of the physical and biological variables that govern the distribution of plants and animals. 3. Study of the factors that control the numbers of different kinds of plants and animals. 4. Set of principles by which we attempt to predict behavior of assemblages of organisms. 5. The study of the relationships of organisms with one another, and with their environment. 6. How does this differ from the “popular” view of ecology?
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Biology 1B, Ecology Lecture 2, Page 2 Professor Resh Spring 2009 *Assigned readings, 8
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Resh2 - Biology 1B, Ecology Lecture 2, Page 1 *Assigned...

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