BIO 213-F09 - Final - Study Guide

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Final Study Guide Bio 213 Spring 2009 Chapter 13 Darwin and Evolution Sections: ALL Be able to describe or define the following terms: Darwin, Lamarck, Charles Lyell, Thomas Malthus, Alfred Wallace, descent with modification, natural selection (know the “components” of natural selection as described at the top of page 247), homologous structures, analogous structures, know the evidence of evolution, know the causes of microevolution, you will have HW problems on the final, bottleneck and founders effect (genetic drift), know the patterns of selection, Chapter 14 Speciation and Evolution Sections: ALL Be able to describe or define the following terms: Macroevolution, speciation, reproductive isolating mechanisms for speciation, allopatric speciation, sympatric speciation, gradualism vs punctuated equilibrium, Chapter 36 Population Ecology Be able to describe or define the following terms: Ecology, habitat, community, population, ecosystem, biosphere, age structure diagram
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Unformatted text preview: (be able to analyze the diagram), exponential growth, logistic growth, carrying capacity, more developed vs less developed countries, demographic transition theory, preindustrial stage, transition stage, industrial stage, postindustrial stage Chapter 38 Community and Ecosystem Ecology Sections: ALL Be able to describe or define the following terms: Producers, consumers, herbivores, carnivores, scavenger, decomposers (know the role of these components in the ecosystem), trophic levels, first and second laws of thermodynamics, food chain, food web, food pyramid, biogeochemical cycles, (learn only the carbon cycle) Additionally, be able to describe or define the following terms: Greenhouse effect, greenhouse gases, total fertility rate, factors that effect TFR, factors that affect population size, • Be sure you know the definition of the bold terms in each chapter section • Use the PPT slides as guidelines and read the text • Study!...
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