Unit IV Study Guide: Ecology
1. (a) Define ecology. (b) How does a population differ from a community? (c) How does a
community differ from an ecosystem? (d) Please provide a specific example that exists in nature
of: a population, a community, an ecosyst
Group Report 1:
1. Name: Science
Volume Number: 335
Date: March 9,2012
2. Eila K. Roberts, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
3. Geladas are a type of wild primate. They live on land, and are polygynous and
matrilineal. They also
(Hint: Look in "Patterns- The family tree")
What is the trait that distinguishes primates, rodents/ rabbits, crocodiles, and dinosaurs/ birds
from amphibians and earlier lineages?
In the following phylogenetic tree, which of the foll
"Genetic and Evolutionary Dissection of the Sleep-Feeding Conflict."
Alex C. Keene
All animals regulate sleep according to their metabolic state, but there is little
understanding about the molecular basis of interaction between the two. G
"The dynamic duo: a breast cancer-targeting nanoparticle loaded with a
cytotoxic peptide as a treatment for metastatic disease."
Dr. Annette R. Khaled
Breast cancer, if not caught early can lead to very unfortunate circumstances.
In the ea
A Prebiotic Catalyst Apparatus is functioning in all contemporary cells CSL
Dr. Ada E. Yonath
During transcription DNA turns into mRNA. After, translation turns mRNA to
a protein. Within cells there are a vast amount of ribosomes that