Unit 8 Video List

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Unit 8 Video List

1.

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2.

Biotic and Abiotic Factors

http://www.bozemanscience.com/020
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biotic
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and
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abiotic
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factors


3.

Transpiration Lab

Use this video to set up your preLAB

http://www.bozemanscience.com/ap
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bio
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lab
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9
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transpiration


4.

Population

http://www.bozemanscience.com/050
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populations


5.

Popula
tion Variation

http://www.bozemanscience.com/054
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population
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variation


6.

Life Requires Free Energy

http://www.
bozemanscience.com/012
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life
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requires
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free
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energy


7.

Population Modeling

http://www.bozemanscience.com/population
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modeling


8.

Community

http://www.bozemanscience.com/046
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communities


9.

Ecosystem video

http://www.bozemanscience.com/047
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ecosystems


10.

Ecosystem Changes

http://www.bozemanscience.com/051
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ecosystem
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change


11.

Environmental Matter Exchange

http://www.bozemanscience.com
/014
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environmental
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matter
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exchange















BONUS WORK!

Watch the Preszi and answer the corresponding questions. This should be turned in by March 5
th


http://prezi.com/
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b/copy
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ap
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bio
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ecology
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behavior/


1.

How does organismal behavior demonstrate an emergent property of an organism’s physiology?

2.

Explain the difference between proximate and ultimate explanations for a particular behavior.

3.

Why does behavior
require communication?

4.

Explain the difference between innate and learned behaviors?

5.

Are there any limitations on the complexity of innate behaviors? If so, what are they?

6.

Are there any limitations on the complexity of learned behaviors? If so, what are t
hey?

7.

How can natural selection act on innate and learned behaviors?

8.

Why would an organism behave in a way that reduces its individual fitness?


http://prezi.com/sh8a_kdta
ecz/copy
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of
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ap
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bio
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physiology
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responses/


Questions to answer:

1.

In order to respond to a stimulus in the environment what must an organism do?

2.

Explain the role of phytochromes in determining plant responses to the environment. What is the
stimulus that
phytochromes respond to? How is the structure of a phytochrome related to its function?

3.

Explain how jetlag results from disruption of normal feedback loops at work in determining the circadian
rhythms of humans.

4.

Explain the function of taxis in motile org
anisms

5.

Why do fungi only produce fruiting bodies at specific times? How is fruiting body formation controlled?

6.

How is the use of quorum sensing in bacteria advantageous?


http://prezi.com/7dkcpemmcgwn/copy
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of
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ap
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bio
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ecology
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4
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ecosystem
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structure/


1.

What are the major factors that determine the terrestrial ecosystem that exists in a particular location?

2.

What are the major factors that determine the marine ecosystem th
at exists in a particular location?

3.

How does the first law of thermodynamics effect the movement of matter and energy through an ecosystem?

4.

Explain what limiting factors are and how they influence the productivity of an ecosystem.

5.

Explain the “10% rule”,
how it affects the trophic structure of the ecosystem, and why it is a bit of an
oversimplification.

6.

Explain what all nutrient cycles have in common.




http://pre
zi.com/s7iyykibb3je/copy
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of
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ap
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bio
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ecology
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5
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conservation
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biology/


1.

Why is conservation important from an ethical perspective?

2.

Why is conservation important from a scientific perspective?

3.

Why is conservation important from a quality of life perspective?

4.

Ex
plain why conservation does not equal environmentalism.

5.

How does the decline of a population increase the likelihood of its extinction?

6.

Why is it impossible to understand the totality of the interactions among organisms in the biosphere?

7.

Explain the major
phases of conservation (monitoring, planning, and action), and provide examples of each in
action.