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• Palaeontology is the study the science of the forms of life existing in former geologic periods, as represented by their fossils. It provides information about the past and allows scientists to make predictions about the future. Time dwarfism species populations get smaller in size over time. We cull kangaroos to reduce their population, often selecting and killing the largest. Similarly, when we fish, we also select the biggest in order to keep and often return the smallest. Palaeontology has...

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proves himself a conscious species being, i.e., as a being that treats the species as its own essential being, or that treats itself as a species being” (76) “It is just in the working-up of the objective world, therefore, that man first really proves himself to be a species being. This production is his active species life. Through and because of this production, nature appears as his work and his reality. The object of labor is, therefore, the objectification of man’s species life: for he duplicates...

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Division rhodophyta ppt

chlorophyll d (chloroplast is present but lacks grana) Contains phycoerythrin, phycocyanin and allophycocyanin as accessory pigments. flagella is absent in red algae as well as centrioles 5,000 species(approximate number of known species) are exclusively marine, abundant in fresh and warm water. Different species may be: a. Free living b. Epiphytic; or c. Parasitic   STRUCTURE OF RED ALGAE      Chiefly feathery Branched-filamentous, sometimes ribbon-like with gelatinous suface Smaller than most...

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galapagos

examples of the animals on the islands are the Galápagos sea lion, the Galápagos land iguana, the marine iguana, the red, red rock crab, the white-tip reef shark, the brown pelican and flamingos. The islands are famous for their large number of endemic species, also because they were studied by Charles Darwin during the voyage of the Beagle. His observations and collections contributed to the inception of Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. The group of islands are split into the main islands...

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endangered species such as tiger, lion and underwater animals. These animals prefer to live in their natural habitats rather than in captive. Although the zoos put more effort in making their living space more interactive but it still doesn’t match the space and the freedom that animals should have in their natural habitats. 1. ii. Supporting details 2 Furthermore, animals in captive repeatedly show the abnormal behavior which is the behavior that is not known to be a feature of natural species. From...

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Sundew Plant

parallel to the ground with small sticky red balls. The insect sticks to the balls and the head curls up to eat it. Besides those there are also some ones in which the heads are the shape of ping-pong rackets. When we think of a carnivorous meat eating species a plant isn't at all what you might expect however, in the case of the Sundew thats exactly what it is. Sundews have evolved to thrive in northern bogs, moist areas of generally poor soil. In these habitats where nutrients are lacking, insects on...

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The Importance of Biodiversity

part ; this includes diversity within species, between species and of ecosystems’ (Hambler, C., 2004, 11). Within planet earth today Biodiversity forms the foundation for the vast array of ecosystem services that critically contribute to human well being. It is as important in human managed ecosystems as well as natural ecosystems (Hambler, C., 2004, 15). To begin to understand Biodiversity it must be considered on three different levels. Firstly there is species diversity, this includes bacteria and...

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Ecology Invasive Species Worksheet

Virtual Ecology Lab: Invasive Species Worksheet Learning Goal: To learn how an invasive species can affect an ecosystem. Prerequisite Knowledge: Before beginning this lab, you should be familiar with these concepts: the definition of invasive species the types of interactions that occur between different species in an ecosystem Introduction: Ecosystems are webs of intricately balanced interactions. But what happens when a new species is introduced that uses a disproportionate share of the ecosystem’s...

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Invasive Species- Causes and Effects

(http://www.env.gov.yk.ca ) Invasive species (non-indigenous species, non-native species) are a massive threat to ecosystems around the world and need to be stopped. They are brought into our ecosystems by irresponsible and risky actions, and the impacts can tear ecosystems apart, not to mention our wallets, the solutions are complex and almost impossible to accomplice but the prevention is a simple matter of stewardship. From Giant Hogweed to feral cats Invasive species need to be stopped. Defining...

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Coevolution, Competition, and Biodiversity: Similarities and Differences

animals interactions change in species. My second paragraph is the description about the role of competition and how it ship and shapes natures' ecosystem. And last but not least, my third paragraph and it will be about the explanations of biodiversity and why it's necessary that it exist. Coevolution is the act that animals by time learn to interact with one another. Animals learn to evolve and depend on each other to do some certain processes. For Instance, many species of flowers learn to adapt...

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