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3/13/11 Review Test 1 Biol 1009 Chapter 29: Community Structure and Biosphere Chapter 30: Ecosystems Chapter 31: The Biosphere
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3/13/11 Chapter 29 Niche: Fundamental and Realized Species Interactions Species 1 Species 2 Commensalism Benefits Neutral Mutualism Benefits Benefits Interspecific competion Harmed Harmed Predator Benefits Harmed Parasite Benefits Harmed
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3/13/11 Chapter 29 Competitive Interactions: Exclusion – Paramecium – one dominates Coexisting: neither dominates – both suffer Predator – Prey Models Prey defenses: Mimicry, camouflage, warning coloration Predator responses: Camouflage, stealth
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3/13/11 Chapter 29 Parasites : Harm host but don’t kill it Examples: Harlequin Frog and the skin fungal parasite Dodder – Strangle weed or devil’s hair – tap into another plants root system Parasitoids: Kills host Examples: Larvae grow inside host, devouring and emerge as an adult Social Parasites: animals that take advantage
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3/13/11 Chapter 29 Ecological Succession: Primary – Pioneering species Secondary or Seral Tertiary or Climax communities Forces that contribute to communities instability Keystone species – remove tend to affect the outcome of succession Exotic species: Kudzu in Georgia and Rabbits in
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3/13/11 Chapter 30 Ecosystems Ecosystem: Array of organisms together in a physical environment Primary Producer: Photo and Chemoautotrophs Consumers: Herbivores Carnivores Omnivores Detritivores Decomposers
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