Botany - Quadrat Investigation - Conclusion Questions

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Blane Smith Biology 104 September 24, 2007 Conclusion Questions: Quadrat Investigation 1. a) Refer to Data tables. b) Refer to Data tables. c) The species richness for the entire quadrat is 7 . Abundance - (6) Buckeye covers 25% of the quadrat - (3) Chestnut Oak covers 13% of the quadrat - (1) American Beech covers 4% of the quadrat - (4) Hornbeam covers 16% of the quadrat - (6) Tuliptree covers 25% of the quadrat - (1) Blackgum covers 4% of the quadrat
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Unformatted text preview: - (3) Cherry tree covers 13% of the quadrat d) Above e) Above 2. Instructed not to do. 3. In our bag of leaf litter there were several types of decomposers. There seemed to have been mold on a piece of wood that was placed in the bag and looked even bigger when we opened the bag a week later. Among our leaf litter there were a few dead ants but nothing other than that. The ants are part of the consumers group....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BOTANY, SO 104 taught by Professor Schmitz during the Spring '08 term at Community College of Baltimore County.

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