Week 1 BIO 301-01
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Introduction Oikos household Logos study = ecology  Charles Elton (scientific natural history) Nomicos household Economy of nature (Darwin)  Malthus increase in geographic fashion ● Leads you to ideas of natural selection (how living things adapt/ survive in environment) ● “Science of universe” Themes: ● Science of the universe ● Natural selection ○ Over produce ○ Differences (every individual is different from another) ○ Difference often heritable ○ Differential survival of reproduction those that are most “fit” Differential survival and Reproduction Most fit Increased contribution to next generation Probably of grandchildren Altruistic behavior (non breeding contribute to the core of relations) Ecological Niche: variety of species; variety of lifestyles Meadows plants do the same thin, but are separate species ● Different chemical defences ● Some live longer than others ● Producer decomposer herbivore carnivore Division of resources and resource limitation (Charles Elton) Time scale of ecology: past adaptations Darwin million years last Ice Age Ecosystem → Biotic and Abiotic, communities Biotic and Abiotic : interacting and changing each other Energy flow [how they interact] NRG [do work] Alive [capture energy (NRG)]
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