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Sheet1 Page 1 * convergent evolution- refers to situation where species have evolved from phylogenetically dissimelar groups but share si m * Tropical Rain forests- supports greatest diversity of species. * foliovory- sloths are classified * myrmecophagy- anteaters * Temperate Forest- most trees broad-levaed and decidous. has cold winter with seasonal leaf fall. 75-200 cm per year. * seasonality- characteristic of it, pronounced summer and winter * Nothofagus * Richard Yahner * Numbats * secondary succession * climax * John Terborgh
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Unformatted text preview: * John Hagan * Woodcock * acid rain * deserts * desertification * CAM * Calvin Cycle * stomata * heteromyidae * metabolic water * Ronald Strahan * Eric Pianka * thorn forest * desert scrub * sub-biome * chaparral * grassland * short-grass * mid-grass * tall grass * Tim Flannery * David Worster * Taiga * ancient forests * old growth * Tundra Sheet1 Page 2 because their diets consists mostly of leaves. they feed on social insectes such as ants and termites it affects plants and animals....
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2009 for the course WST 3015 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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