Transport in Plants - Ch 36
What do all plant cells need? What do photosynthesizing
What does transport look like at the cellular level?
How do roots absorb water and minerals?
How do plants defy gravi
Darwins great idea: evolution by
Evidence for natural selection, old
Examples of Natural Selection
Connecting all of biology
What do you know about
Why should we care about plants?
Plant Structure and
Four questions from Dr. Hutchens
Do you enjoy breathing?
What are you writing on?
Dont feel well?
Plant or not plant?
Whats a plant? Whats a flowering plant?
Why flowering pla
Plant Nutrition - Ch 37
Nodules and Mycorrhizae
Nutrients what do
What is essential?
This is a short chapter - read it
Pay attention (in all the chapters) to
the Concept Check questions.
Its all about the numbers
The scientific study of
the interactions between
organisms and their
So whats an environment?
Is ecology = environmentalism?
Can you define population?
Are all ecologists actually tree h
Whats a community?
of the individuals in a given area
assemblage of populations
Interactions are key
Has structure determined by the number of
species, their identity, their relative
abundance, and their interactions
History of the
More detailed outline
Ch 25 - history of/ origin of life
And the origin and
history of life
Studying the origin of life
How can you know what happened 3-4
billion years ago?
What can scientists do to try and answer
Animal Tissues - Ch 40
What are you made of?
Life is easy if youre single celled
Physical laws and the needs of
the cell govern form (anatomy)
and function (physiology) in
Large, multicellular animal
Community + Abiotic
are interacting biotic-abiotic
systems somewhat arbitrarily bounded
Focus is on energy flow and nutrient cycling
A more complete picture
Why is an ecosystem approach