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4/20/2010 1 Written group report due April 27 1000-1500 words of text not including pictures, figures, or tables. size 12 font & 1.5 line spacing I expect full sentences, and proper punctuation. Do not plagiarize . If you copy text or paraphrase work that is not your own, you must cite the appropriate reference. You must include at least one reference from either a book or journal article . Citation Example Most members of the Thiaridae inhabit freshwater with a few inhabiting brackish water (Thompson 2004). The red-rimmed melania does not lay eggs but instead broods their young internally in a brood sac (Ben-Ami and Hodgson 2005). References Ben-Ami, F., and A.N. Hodgson. 2005. Ovoviviparity and the structure of the brood pouch in Melanoides tuberculata (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia: Thiaridae). Journal of Morphology 263:322-329. Thompson, F.G., 2004, An identification manual for the freshwater snails of Florida (last edited March 5, 2004): Gainesville, Fla., Florida Museum of Natural History, available online at http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/natsci/malacology/fl-snail/snails1.htm . Accessed: 3/31/2009 TTU library Net phytoplankton Nutrients Zooplankton Planktivorous fish Piscivorous fish Traditional food web Net phytoplankton Nutrients, Organic C Zooplankton Planktivorous fish Piscivorous fish Microbial loop Picophytoplankton Bacteria Protozoa Rotifers Carnivorous zooplankton Carnivorous zooplankton Approximate size (m) 1 10 -4 0.1 10 -5 10 -6
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4/20/2010 2 Microbial adaptation to predation Indigestibility Some algae – thick mucilage coat (indigestible) Poor nutritional value Chemical, behavioral and mechanical defenses Produce toxins (cyanobacteria- algal blooms) Spines and large size (or colonial) http://www.jochemnet.de/fiu/bot4404/BOT4404_5.html Predation and Food Webs (Chpt 19) Detritivory and omnivory Adaptation to predation pressure Adaptations of predators Non-lethal effects of predation Trophic levels , food webs
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