bio lect 37 - bio lect 37 Broad Generalization about...

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bio lect 37 Broad Generalization about richness of communities. Factor: HR - Higher Richness LW - ower richness - Latitude -HR = tropics, LW = Arctics? Temperates - Elevation. HR = Lowlands, LW = Highlands - Percipitation. HR = Wet, LW = Dry - Isolation. HR = Mainlands. some animals were introduced and because they dont have any natural predators and ten to use more than their share of their sources. They can reduce the equilibrium. to take most possible numbers- A (but woudnt recover) endangered species (only take a few) - C you want to have a sustainable fishery - B - because the highest growth rate grazed - Helicopsyche keeps the grazed algae at exponential growth phase where fgrowing as much as it can Ungrazed - exponential growth. Meeting K secondary productivity. rate of biomass by consumer. Helicopsyche: # decreases mean ind. rate - increases integrate 2 variables -take area under curve = secondary primary productivity ecosystem- an intersecting system that involves both organisms and that non- living
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2010 for the course BIO 1B taught by Professor Carlson,mischel,power during the Spring '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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