Final Exam Review - Final Exam Review Lecture 4 1....

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Lecture 4 1. Definition of carrying capacity 2. Graph of carrying capacity 3. 4 limitations of Earth’s resources 4. Demographic transition rates 5. 2 different age structures and affects 6. 5 noncontroversial ways to limit population 7. 2 controversial ways to limit population Lecture 5 1. Definition of ecology, ecosystems, and biomes 2. Name and describe at least 4 biomes near UCLA 3. Name and describe at least 4 not near UCLA 4. 5 main properties of ecosystems Lecture 6 1. Define biodiversity 2. Define biological evolutions 3. 3 measurements of species diversity 4. 3 kinds of species interactions Lecture 7 1. Why we care about ecological communities 2. 3 parts of community trophic structures 3. Draw and label trophic levels 4. Define autotrophs and heterotrophs 5. Describe primary production 6. Definition of gross primary production 7. Formula and definition of net primary production 8. Efficiency formula 9. Examples of energy flow Lecture 13 1. 5 reasons why we care about endangered species 2. Species area curve graph 3. Island biogeography graphs Lecture 14 1. 5 species categories 2. 4 invasive species examples (name, location, impact) 3. Why do we care? 4.
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2010 for the course GE CLSTR GE CLSTR M taught by Professor Stolzenbach during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.

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