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Section 56 - on Section 56.2 1 Inbreeding increases the...

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Section 56.1 1. Not only are the species affected, but the ecosystem such as the nutrient cycles are affected as well. Species interaction within a community is depleted if a certain species is lost. 2. Habitat loss: may lead to extinction because species don’t have anywhere to go whenever their habitat is gone; Introduced species: new species will come into the environment and prey/out compete the existing organisms; overharvesting: organisms are harvested faster than they can reproduce or whenever they have a limited habitat, they cannot escape it; global changes: altering nutrient cycles & pollution combined such as acid rain 3. Scenario 1 results in more biodiversity loss because the genes of the Mediteranean population will be lost but in Scenario 2 the genetic diversity will be more passed
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Unformatted text preview: on. Section 56.2 1. Inbreeding increases the rate of undesired recessive phenotypes, which is a disadvantage. 2. 15 3. lower the speed limit, limit hunting, have a barrier for bears, & Section 56.3 1. biodiversity hotspot: relatively small area with numerous endemic species, which are species found nowhere else in the world, and a large number of endangered species 2. Preserves habitat and at the same time, the people who live there can use the resources and money is brought in due to tourism and agriculture. 3. Limits the net area that the animals can trap from both floors Section 56.4 1. Causes an explosion of algae & cyanobacteria, which limits oxygen in the water. . causing the fish to be threatened with limited oxygen resources 2....
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