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Predator Behavior, Intertidal Comm Prey Behavior and munity Structure
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LEVELS OF OR Ecosy Comm Popul Indivi Organ s Org Ce Organ Mole RGANIZATION ystems unities ations iduals systems gans ells nelles ecules
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Higher Levels o • Predator behavior affect communities – Prey choice by predators abundance of different pr • Prey behavior affects po communities – Selection imposed by pre and thereby distribution a prey species of Organization s populations and affects distribution and rey species opulations and edators affects prey behavior and abundance of different
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Intertidal zonation
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Physical and Bio Physical and Biot Intertidal Specie • Physical factors: – Wave action – Desiccation • Biotic factors: Competition – Competition – Predation • Selection by physical and biotic factors influences evolution of behavior tic Factors Affect ic Factors Affect es’ Distributions
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Observ • Two common limpet spe intertidal zone in Centra Lottia digitalis tend to oc surfaces Maclintockia scabra pred surfaces vation ecies “partition” the high al California ccur higher and on vertical dominate on horizontal
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Maclintockia scabra 2 1 3 4
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Lottia digitalis
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Ques • What determines the diff these two similar limpet stion fferences in distribution of species?
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Physical Factors a M. scabra “homes” and ther desiccation and heat toleran – Therefore free to occupy sun Therefore free to occupy sun-
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2009 for the course NPB 102 taught by Professor Hahn during the Winter '09 term at UC Davis.

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