Ecology & Biogeochemistry
Ecology is the study of connections in nature.
How organisms interact with one another and
with their nonliving environment.
Organisms are any life form on Earth and are
made up of 1 or more cells.
Cells are the basic structu
The earth is constantly changing as a result of
processes taking place on and below its surface.
The earths interior consists of:
Core: innermost zone with solid inner core and
molten outer core that is extremely hot.
SUMMER 2013 - TEST 1 REVIEW
The exam will cover the Intro to Environmental Biology, Intro to Chemistry & Physics, Intro to Ecology, and
Biogeochemistry. This includes lecture materials and the releva
1. Describe the word/language origin of the following words.
a. pharmacology - This early 18th century word derived from the modern Latin term
Pharmacologia. This word branch is concerned with medicine, its uses, and the effects. Greek
words pharmakon (me