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Today's Topics: Common wildlife diseases Population Dynamics & activity Key points for habitat conservation Trophic Levels (chains and webs) Skull ID Wildlife Tracking & activity
Common Wildlife Diseases es/default.aspx es/documents/Introduction.pdf
Parelaphostrongylus tenuis (P. tenuis), Brain Worm
Mange (Sarcoptes scabiei)
Estimating Population Health
= FoodWater ShelterSpace Critical Elements (of good habitat)
Pick List for Habitat Conservation
Trophic Levels & Energy Flow
Dental: I=3/3, C=1/1, P=4/4, M2/3
Given: 0/3, 0/1, 3/3, 3/3
5.5cm 3.5cm No tail drag
20cm No claw marks
Topic 5.1 / Option G.1 Community Ecology 3 Food Webs and Trophic Structure Assessment Statements:
Bell Work 2/6/2014 O Good morning! O Pick up your group folder O Get in your film groups & take out your storyboards O Start working on your storyboards.
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BB30156 Conservation Biology Tools: Monitoring and population estimation.
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Biology AHSGE Standard XIII- Matter and Energy Transfer.
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Food Webs. Community All organisms inhabiting a particular area.
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Biodiversity is the variety or richness of life at all structural levels (molecular/genetic, species, ecosystem). It is an essential renewable resource.
Omega-3 For Life Application through Lifes Stages Mark Lange, PhD Director, Quality Control Market America.
Photosynthesis: use of chlorophyll. Energy storing process. 6 CO H 2 O + solar energy C 6 H 12 O O 2 Cellular Respiration: Aerobic Respiration:
APES 8/19/10 1. Please write an answer these three questions, without talking at all! A. What food do teenagers usually eat? B. How many library books.
Energy Flow through a Food Chain. ENERGY FLOW Autotrophs vs. Heterotrophs
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