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WIS 2552 Biodiversity Conservation: Global Perspectives is an Engineering course at UF. 3 elite notetakers have produced 3 study materials for this Engineering course.
Topic 1 notes include a description of how life began, chemical evolution, and a break down of the Earth's history.
This week's notes include biochemical and nutrient cycles, global warming, trophic levels, ecological efficiency, and niches.
Topic 3 includes common threads between all living organisms, theory and evidence for natural selection, analogous structures, embryology, and sexual selection.
This study guide contains everything you need to know for Exercise 1. Topics 1-6 are covered in the study guide.
These notes include the 5 kingdoms, embryology, deuterostomes vs. protostomes, and phylum chordata.
These notes cover the different amphibians: Caecilians, salamanders, frogs and toads, and reptiles.
These notes cover the different types of birds, including Ratites, loons, grebes, tube-noses, pelicanformes, game birds, and water fowl.
Topic 8 discusses Passerine birds, including chickadees, blackbirds, finches, orioles, honey eaters and much more.
13 pages of notes that goes over topics 1-8 for the first midterm of the class.