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EEMB 2 Study Sheet M1 W08

EEMB 2 Study Sheet M1 W08 - Study Sheet for Midterm I...

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1 Study Sheet for Midterm I Examination EEMB 2 – Introductory Biology (Ecology) Winter 2008 The information below is intended only to be a guide to your study for the midterm. In no way should you believe that this covers all the material. The information below, however, is crucial to your understanding of the material from the lecture. Review all material from the lecture up to the first midterm. The reading material from the book is supplemental to the lecture and will not be tested directly. Be able to provide a working definition and discuss the implications of the following terms: Abiotic factors Density – Independent Control Lotka-Volterra predator-prey model Abundance Dispersal Metapopulation Biogeographic region Disturbance Mutualism Biome Distribution Organism Biotic factors Ecology Predation Carrying capacity Ecosystem Predator-prey cycle Climate Exponential growth Population Commensalism Food web / chain Realized niche Community Fundamental niche Resource limitation Competition Habitat selection Shannon-Weaver diversity index Competition coefficient Herbivory Species richness and evenness Competitive exclusion principle Intermediate disturbance hypothesis Species Diversity Competitive release Intrinsic rate of growth Stable and Unstable Equilibrium Demographic factors Keystone predator
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  • Winter '07
  • Evan
  • Ecology, Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis, lotka-volterra predator-prey model, simple mathematical solution, Explain competitive release, shannon-weaver diversity index

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