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Bio Lab Wksht - the total number of prey of each type captured in the two different habitats with the two different foraging tools(graph paper will

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11 Fill in Table 2 to allow comparison of results with the different foraging tools. Add all the prey captured during each four-trial foraging simulation (from Table 1) to calculate the total number captured. Compare your results with a bench that used the other habitat type. Use their data to fill in the section labeled ‘Habitat B’ in Table 2. Table 2. Final number of prey surviving compared to total number captured in each habitat type with each foraging tool. Habitat A: Species A Species B Foraging Tool Surviving Captured Surviving Captured Pinchers Sticky stick Habitat B: Species A Species B Foraging Tool Surviving Captured Surviving Captured Pinchers Sticky stick Use your data and that collected from a group working with the other habitat type to construct a graph illustrating
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Unformatted text preview: the total number of prey of each type captured in the two different habitats with the two different foraging tools (graph paper will be provided for you). Think carefully about how this graph should be constructed to best show the effect of habitat type or foraging tool on prey capturability. Consult with your instructor or classmates if you are unsure. Now, use your graph and your noted observations to answer the following questions that apply to your model system, as well as to real predator-prey relationships. 1. Look at the number of each prey type caught in the two different habitats. Does prey colour have an effect on capturability? 2. Did the foraging tool used affect the amount of prey collected? Explain....
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This note was uploaded on 12/27/2011 for the course BSC 1020 taught by Professor Danmoon during the Fall '11 term at UNF.

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