bio lecture 18 - mice Acorns mice Less acorns = less mice =...

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BIO 311D LECTURE 18 Community interactions
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Biological communities Interspecific interactions – competition – predation – herbivory – parasitism – disease – mutualism
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Resource partitioning
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Competitive exclusion
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Predation – Predator adaptations – Prey adaptations
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Parasitism
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Mutualisms
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Invasive species
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Food chains
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Keystone species
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Acorns / gypsy moths / Lyme disease Moth pupae
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Unformatted text preview: mice Acorns mice Less acorns = less mice = more gypsy moths Acorns deer ticks Mice infect ticks; more acorns = more Lyme disease To think about How does coevolution happen? In general, what happens to communities in which the keystone species is removed? Be able to connect this chapter in particular to the concepts of evolution, adaptation, and natural selection....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 311D taught by Professor Zhaimingzhao during the Fall '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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