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Unformatted text preview: against herbivores. 8. Know which types of plants and which plant parts are: (a) more apparent, and (b) less apparent. 9. Know which plant parts are: (a) more valuable, and (b) less valuable to a plant. 10. Be able to describe each of the following examples and explain how it demonstrates a key concept in herbivory: (a) feeding preferences of insects in Arizona and New Mexico, (b) furanocoumarins in wild parsnip, (c) slugs and wild ginger, (d) Monarch butterfly, (e) Passion flower, (f) Solanum 11. Know the different types of mechanical defenses that plants have against herbivores. 12. Know how the different behaviors seed predators determine the different tactics that the seed-producing plants employ to assure successful reproduction....
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2010 for the course ECOLOGY BIO 311 taught by Professor Dr.hileman during the Spring '10 term at Tuskegee.
- Spring '10