Lec 02.s - BIS2B, Fall 2008 Fri. Sept 25, morning Lecture 2...

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Welcome to BIS 2B Evolution and Ecology BIS2B, Fall 2008 Fri. Sept 25, morning Lecture 2 Biological Diversity, the variety of life on earth. http://www.globalcanopy.org/main.php?m=120&sm=212&t=1
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Developing ecological intuition, Where in the terrestrial world would we expect most species to live? a.Where growing seasons are longest. b.Where annual rainfall is least. c. Where there is the highest annual amount of radiation energy from the sun. d.Where annual rainfall is highest. e.All answers except b.
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Diversity and Biodiversity
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Generic meaning of Generic meaning of diversity: : variety, inclusion of different kinds. variety, inclusion of different kinds. Particular meaning, pertinent to Biodiversity. Diversity and Biodiversity
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Generic meaning of diversity: Generic meaning of diversity: variety, inclusion of different kinds. variety, inclusion of different kinds. Particular meaning, pertinent to Biodiversity. The four hierarchical, or nested levels of biodiversity: genes within individuals genetic diversity Evolution individuals within populations individual diversity Evolution populations within species species diversity Ecology species in ecosystems diversity of ecosystems Ecology N.B. “Ecosystems” also called “biomes.” Diversity and Biodiversity
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The Tree of Life
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Primary contributions to biodiversity of the Four Major Functional Groups of Organisms . •Plants
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. •Invertebrate Animals
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Lec 02.s - BIS2B, Fall 2008 Fri. Sept 25, morning Lecture 2...

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