FUNGI heterotroph, saprophyte/parasite food feeders, saprobes are decomposers, cell wall made of chitin, hyphae filaments (many
hyphae = mycelium)
Mushrooms densely packed hyphae = high surface-to-volume ratio
Slime mold (Protista) in non-repro stage form
Species Living Together
1. Define community.
2. Describe how community composition may change
across a geographic landscape.
Almost any place on Earth is occupied by species, sometimes
by many of them, as in
"Sti" I Which of the following allowed reptiles, birds and mammals to invade-diversify away from
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d. All of the above
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Comparing water quality of the north and south forks of Strawberry Creek
Luisa Camacho, Shahana Farooqi, Daniela Hernandez, and Marisa Low
March 29th, 2016, Biology 1B Section 212, Group 5
The topic studied in this lab was the water quality of S
29 March 2016
Dahlberg A, Gardes M. 1996. Mycorrhizal diversity in arctic and alpine tundra: An open
question. New Phytologist 133: 147-157.
Mycorrhizae are symbiotic relationships that be