Please explain and evaluate the adaptionist view of evolutionary ecology. There may be an article to help you here: http://www.evolutionary-ecology.com/
Both the description and the definition of ecology and its significance to you and the society
advantages and disadvantages of autecological and syneocological approaches in microbial ecology
Explain the meaning of the term 'regulating mortality factor' and how an understanding of this can lead to successful biological control of pests in agriculture and horticulture. Thanks!! If anyone truly understood it, there wouldn't be pests, would there? http://ipmworld.umn....
Describe the evolutionary basis for behavioral ecology. Explain why these adaptations may result in suboptimal behavior.
what words are defined with ecology?
I really need help with the answers for the unit 2 Lesson 16: Ecology Unit Test
Ecology, math and geography are _______. you need to find out what they have in common. ecology, mathe and geography are related
How does the metaphor of “media ecology” enhance or detract from your understanding of media effects on individuals, social groups, and democracy? Can “media ecology” be tested as a theory?
Thank you very much for your suggestion. What do you think of the book "Marine Biology: Function, Biodiversity, Ecology, by J.S. Levinton? Could you also suggest a book which could help us get to know the relevant English terminology?
1. the ecology 1 club 2. the ecology club 1 (The name is one of the club names. Which one is correct? are both OK? Is there any difference between them?)
What can I write for an assignment that asks me to write about what ecology means to me? I don't know exactly what is meant by "means to you," as in the assignment.
my sister need help with biology homework she need to describe ecology of amoeba, paramecium, and diatom. telling where it be found. how it meet it nutritional needs using and explaining with the right terminology like autotrphic, photosyntetic, parasitic, etc. what impact it ...
Multiple choice: For a natural ecosystem to be self-sustaining, many compounds must be: 1. converted into new forms of energy. 2. cycled between organisms and the environment. 3. permanently removed from the environment. 4. changed into fossil fuels such as oil and coal
This is concerning Ecology. Question: You turn on a light and observe cockroaches scurrying to dark hiding places. What have you observed? A. taxis B. learned behavior C. migration D. visual communication E. operant conditioning I have already crossed out migration; however, I...
Multiple choice What is the ultimate source of energy for most ecosystems, and in what form does the energy leave the ecosystem? 1. plants; animals 2. light; heat 3. plants; heat 4. producers; consumers 5. heat; light
I have to do a research paper for my biology class, and I'm having a hard time understanding what to exactly write about. The directions are written way different then how my teacher has ever addressed anything, I emailed her for clarification but it doesn't seem like she will...
I think the answer is "Yes, I think that those big gas guzzlers are a threat to the ecology, don't you?" My friend thinks its without quotations Yes, I think that those big gas guzzlers are a threat to the ecology, don't you?
Type one and Type three survivorship curves indicate populations that are growing _______________. Please check your assigned reading and post your answer. We'll be glad to help you when we see your thoughts about this subject. fast? fast? http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-...
Please help me answer this question for my ecology class. Consider the following three populations. Population A has a type-1 survivorship curve, population B has a type-2 survivorship curve, and population C has a type-3 survivorship curve. All else being equal, which ...
How has agriculture Alberta’s grassland biome 1) The grass is shorter from the cows eating it. 2) There are piles of cow poo in the grass so watch your step. Don't know much specifically about Canada's grasslands, but if you lose too much of that grass you run the risk of a ...
8.Which of the following examples of an ecological study involves the ecosystem level of organization? A.The effects of human activities on biogeochemical cycling B.The effects of an invasive plant species on bird nesting sites C.The effects of competition on survival D.The ...
23. In biology, the function defined by g(x)=5x/2+x gives the growth rate of a population for x units of available food. (Source: Smith, J. Maynard, Models in Ecology, Cambridge University Press.) (a) What amount of food (in appropriate units) would produce a growth rate of 3 ...
1. He is absorbed in biology. 2. He is very interested in biology. 3. He is into biology. ----------------- Are they all the same in meaning?
I have a quiz on genetics on friday in AP Biology and I would like some sites with good ap biology questions on them. I don't know any of them which I could go to.
What is an niche???
what are fossils ?
What is a cloroplast
what is a stamen
what does an ecologist study?
what is the term for community
who was the leader of the aztecs
what is an ecology?
water depletion in the netherlands
what is the role of prouducers in a ecosystem
How do i do a concept map on ecology?
identify the biome in which you live
how to find the age of a plaNT
Describe zonation on land.
Is 9th grade biology hard? Is it interesting...?? I love life science but I just wondering if 9th grade biology hard??? I'm taking biology next year.
what does commensalasion mean and give an example
Why is extinction an important ecological topic?
Why do nutrients need to be recycled in nature?
Whats the role of Nutrifying bacteria?
what is the sun's role in the food chain?
What plant grows from spores and not seeds?
what causes the buildup of a river delta
Can media ecology be tested?
the effects of the tagedy of commons in communities?
How do plants deal with hot temperatures?
Describe the evolutionary basis for behavior?
What are the 4 major parts of a Nuclear power plant?
average rainfall per year in the ocean
What are the determining characteristics that are used to classify birds?
what are some of the abiotic factors of the coelacanth fish
What are the roles of consumers in a food web?
what type of plants do mice eat?
what year were the greatest percentage of fish produced
What do iterlocking food chains make up?
In what ways can nature restore a damaged ecosystem?
what tissue do humans have that cnidarians do not?
what si the density of an object that has a mass of 12.0g and a volume of 96.0mL
how has the eucalyptus tree adapted to the australian environment
ms. sue can you answer my question
The allostery of an enzyme governor is likely to take two forms.They are? A.active and regulatory B. rigid and flexible c. active and passive e. regulatory and relaxed http://en.allexperts.com/q/Biology-664/biology-73.htm
What are some human activities which might cause oxygen levels in the atmosphere to drop dramatically? Read this: http://www.ecology.com/dr-jacks-natural-world/most-important-organism/index.html Then ask what would happen if we poisoned off the algae. This could easily happen ...
Why are amphibians good indicators of a health of an ecosystem?
what are the parts of a sunflower i need the pic with the big words
What would happen if the population of a species in an area doubled?
What would happen to an ecosystem if there were a dramatic decrease in rainfall?
How does an orchid mantis use motion to help it better blend in?
what part of the plant absorbs the most water?? Is it the stem?
explain why outhouses pose a risk to nearby lakes?
what are the soil types of barcelona, spain and sydney, australia?
how changes in the algae population willaffect living organisms?
in what biomes can black, gray, and albino squirrels be found
Why must a producer be at the base of every food chain?
How do cultural influences lead to genetic changes in populations
What qualities make a great living environment for the isopod ?
how effective oregano(herbal medicine) in curing colds?
Find the name of an organism hiding in the word habitat
what is the single most important determination of plant distribution?
under what conditions might phenotypic plasticity not evolve and why
How would a visual effects designer working on an animated movie with human characters best use knowledge of biology? Knowledge of biology can help the designer to create accurate human features.**** Knowledge of biology can help the designer to create an action packed film ...
What is the goal of synthetic biology? A. The goal of synthetic biology is to mimic living cells B. The goal of Synthetic biology is to generate new tissues to replace damage tissues C. The goal of synthetic biology is to engineer living cells to perform specific functions D. ...
Why are food chains typically limited to 4 or 5 trophic levels?
what happens to an animal/plant's body when it dies of natural causes?
what are 4 types of common and uncommon monotremes, i need this for a science assinment.
what is the relationship between feeding levels and the amount of energy available?
What are the chemical or cellular threats that excessive heat brings to plants.
how effective herbaka(a herbal medicine) in curing cold and cough?
Why is more energy Produced from photosynthetic organisms than from chemosynthetic bacteria?
Which of the following is not an example of a science? geology astronomy astrology ecology
Which of the following is not an example of a science? geology astronomy astrology ecology
chemical or cellular treats that excessive heat brings to plants.
Is it more efficient for people to eat animal or plant products and why?
How do flowering plants that do not have all four parts make seeds?
what abiotic factor allows warblers to coexist peacefully in the spruce trees
How does the skin and life cycle of a frog help indicate the health of local ecosystems?
Why is it that carnivores are better able to incorporate energy into themselves than herbivores?