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Review List Quart 1 Exam Do vrs. BOD Relative weights of nine water quality tests Source of oxygen in water Importance of oxygen in water Factors affecting oxygen concentrations in water Supersaturation When put paper on stopper All test procedures Optimal readings for all tests Ortho vrs. Total phosphate Tests not done, how adjust WQI calculations Why not 100% Q-value ratings Importance of turbidity Coliform bacteria, define Calculation for WQI form Standard deviation calculations, by hand Use of Q-value charts % oxygen saturation calculation taxa groups for macroinvertebrates calculate macroinvertebrate biodiversity index macroinvertebrate niches (shredders, carnivores, etc.) riffles watershed importance of macroinvertebrate index vrs. chemical index for water quality stream discharge calculations outlier calculations temperature, procedures thermal pollution importance of all tests succession, biomes trophic levels, identify niches at each level, importance of each niche cycles, energy not recycled biodiversity decreases with pollution
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Unformatted text preview: biomagnification heterotrophs vrs. autotrophs chemosynthetic producers are autotrophs but not plants 10% rule habitat, define stream order, types of macroinvertebrates at stream orders ammonification, nitrification, denitrification nitrate vrs. phosphate, role, transport in watershed factors that de-sorb phosphate from soil Benthic zones Canopy Beetle and water penny connection Shoreline assessment criteria Value of fall aquatic blooms Value of wetland grass roots DDT, previous and current concerns Water properties: polarity Hydrogen bonds Cohesion High surface tension Specific heat capacity Hydrophilic vs. hydrophobic substances pH, buffers Carbohydrates: monosaccharides, disaccharides, polysaccharides, condensation, hydrolysis Lipids, fats, phospholipids, sterols, Proteins, 20 different aminoacids, peptide bond, primary, secondary , tertiary, and quaternary structure of proteins. Nucleotides, nucleic acids (DNA and RNA structures)....
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