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EcologyPPT_notes_7 - 10. About Benthic Herbivores List...

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Ecology Basics 7 - Slide Show Class Notes 1. Where are benthic plant-based ecosystems found? 2. Where are ecosystems based on phytoplankton found? 3. What % of the ocean can support photosynthesis? 4. What are the 2 ecosystems found along shallow coasts like Zuma Beach? 5. What is the maximum depth for photosynthesis in clear ocean water? 6. Name the categories on the “phytoplankton side” of the web, in order? 7. About suspension Feeding omnivores: List their body adaptation List their food items List examples of suspension feeders 8. About Carnivores: List their body adaptations List their food items List examples of carnivores 9. Name the 4 divisions or phyla of benthic plants:
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Unformatted text preview: 10. About Benthic Herbivores List their body adaptations List their food items List examples of benthic herbivores 11. About Scavengers List their body adaptations List their food items List examples of scavengers 12. What exactly is detritus? 13. About Detritus feeders Feeders List their body adaptations List their food items List examples of detritus feeders 14. How do you word process your long term research project food web? 15. Name 3 different examples from each of your long term research project Suspension feeders Detritus feeders Herbivores Scavengers Carnivores Phytoplankton Zooplankton Benthic plants...
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Robert during the Fall '08 term at Montgomery College.

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