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Lab Review 1 Includes: Labs 1-6
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Ecosystem Know the 6 Kingdoms Be able to place organisms in their  appropriate kingdom Ex. Slime mold algae frog mushroom geranium E. coli
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Taxonomy Know the correct way to write the scientific  name: Choose the correct one: Juglan nigra juglan nigra juglan  Nigra Juglan Nigra Juglan nigra
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Dichotomous ID Key Using the following objects, create a  dicotomous ID key
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Use of Identification Key Lab book see Table 1.3 Use the ID key on page 1-9 to identify  the class of each organism Be able to ID any of the 10 tree samples  using the key on pgs. 1-13 –  1-15
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      Ecology Concepts Be able to assign the ecological category  that best describes each specimen.
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Abiotic Material Choose the inorganic (abiotic) material  from the organic material.   carbon dioxide fats    carbohydrates nucleic acids oxygen nitrates protein water phosphates
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Growth of a Population: Understand how  doubling works: y=2 x-1 , where x=  the generation. Example:  generation 5 y=2 (5-1)  = 2 4  = 16
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Growth Curves: Understand the differences  between theoretical and  actual growth curves J shaped = Theoretical S shaped = Actual Understand what factors go  into making the curves  shaped as they are…
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Growth Rates: Understand how these factors affect  growth rates: Birth Death Immigration Emigration Migration
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Terms to Know: Carrying Capacity Epidemic/Pandemic Resource Generation Incubation
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Tissues Four Types of Tissues Epithelial Connective Muscle Nervous
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