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Species

Heading: John Francis101 Honors Biology 5/14/15 Title: Classification of Species Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to understand the concept of taxonomic classification and to practice using dichotomous keys for classification. Procedure: To start the experiment with exercise 1, I gathered all of the needed supplies, both from around my house and from the lab paq CD. I then began exercise one by printing the images in Figure 5 from my labpaq. I then proceeded to cut out each shark. Next...

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Taxonomy: Species and Lead Style

naming system are called: Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Species. The first scientist to use the system was Carolus Linnaeus. His system had seven levels that were used for classification. They range from smallest to largest: Species, Genus, Family, Order, Class, Phylum, and Kingdom. Later on scientists added on more levels. This system brought order to the process of naming species and classifying them into groups. The Dichotomous Key is used to help classify...

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Approaches to Species Conservation

Primary Post “The surrogate species approach is the most cost effective means for establishing national and global conservation priorities.” Conservationists are challenged with the problem of protecting a range of species at minimal costs. As such conservationists have to prioritize to help those in most need of assistance or trouble (Myers et al. 2000). Therefore, many conservationists have adopted the surrogate species approach as a shortcut to aid with the conservation priority decision (Caro...

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Interdependence Between the Species

INTERDEPENDENCE BETWEEN THE SPECIES INTERACTION BETWEEN PLANTS AND ANIMALS: Animals are depending upon plants for their food shelter and also for various things. ANIMALS HELP PLANTS IN DIFFERENT WAYS 1.Many animals are involved in the pollination in plants. 2.Fruits and seeds of many plants are dispersed by animals 3.Decomposers convert organic substances into inorganic substances so that plants can absorb them easily. SPECIES INTERACTION All types of relationship between organisms can...

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Lab on Species Diversity

LAB #3 TITLE: SPECIES DIVERSITY AIM: To determine how moisture content of sand influences the distribution of fauna along a sandy beach. MATERIALS: 100m transect,1m x 1m quadrat,shovel,30cm ruler,40cm x40cm sieve, digital probe, sweep net PROCEDURE: 1. The area was selected for the 100m transect to be laid. 2. The transect was carefully placed ensuring that the end of the transect was in the moist part of sand. 3. The quadrat was placed along the transect on either sides. 4...

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Gifted Species in the World: Human

Write an essay title human beings are the most gifted species in the world. Humans are categorised as group of mammals, humans occupied the highest population in the globe, which is approximately 7 billion. Modern humans like us are also known as homosapien, humans are said to be the most gifted species in the world this is because humans are the most intelligent beings on the earth, most evolved species, the most advance life forms on the earth and classified at the highest level in the food...

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Origin of Species

on the notion of variation. It argues that the numerous traits and adaptations that differentiate species from each other also explain how species evolved over time and gradually diverged. Variations in organisms are apparent both within domesticated species and within species throughout the natural world. Variations in colors, structures, organs, and physical traits differentiate a multitude of species from one another. Heredity is the mechanism that perpetuates variations, Darwin argues, as traits...

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explain what is meant by the term species. How might a single species become two separate species?

Essay 4: explain what is meant by the term species. How might a single species become two separate species? A species is a group of similar organisms that can breed together to produce fertile offspring. A species is a basic unit of classification. Members of singles species have certain things in common. Firstly they are similar to one another but different from members of other species. They have similar genes and therefore closely resemble one another physically and biochemically. They...

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Endangered Species

Topic: Endangered Species Issue Question: Should Endangered Species be Protected? Since the appeared of the first life on this planet, numerous species come and go, rendered extinct by natural changes in physical and biological conditions. Because extinction is a natural part of the order, if there are many other species still exist, some people might wonders why or what so unique about the endangered species that large sum of money and effort is spent in order to save and restore them (Why...

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Endangered Species

Endangered Species Endangered species are living things whose population is so reduced that they are threatened with extinction. Thousands of species are included in this category. The International Union for the Conservation of nature and Natural Resources publishes a list of threatened mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and (many people do not consider them) plants .CAUSES OF EXTINCTION Millions of years before humans, extinction of living things was linked to geological and climate, the...

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