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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Judson Fisher on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EEMB 142C at University of California Santa Barbara taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see /class/226893/eemb-142c-university-of-california-santa-barbara in Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology at University of California Santa Barbara.

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Date Created: 10/22/15
INTERESTING SEMINAR TODAY Daniel Schindler University of Washington quotClimate change and aquatic ecosystems on the west coast Can we forecast responses and prepare for impactsquot Marine Science Research Building Auditorium opens onto courtyard Monday April 6 4 pm Zooplankton How are zooplankton adapted to succeed in the pelagic environment Characteristics of the Pelagic Environment A Food dilute rare and small B No cover vulnerable to predation C 3dimensional environment with higher concentrations of food at the surface D Unpredictable patchy in space and time D Unpredictable environment patchy in space and time Adaptations in life histories Temporal seasonal p 69 Wt phyto Fig 317 Spatial Gui ui e Mudmam p 104 Fig 420 zooplankton o m put 5m x Jeqwnu uuuuewoaz o 20 40 60 ELL distance km 39 inshore offshore Life History Adaptations lRapid reproductiongrowth colonizers 2Alternation of generations salps some cnidarians SOLITARY STAGE w IASEXUAL EMBRYO AGGREGATEDSTAGE SEXUAL AGGREGATE WHTIEMBRYO 358513 Solitary asexual salp releases stolon rl E FE L acr Salps Worlds fastest growing metazoan 10 of body weight per hou What is the adaptive benefit of alternation of generations Found in salps and medusae l rapid asexual reproduction when conditions favorable 2 sexual reproduction gives greater genetic variability for unfavorable times such as winter or low food periods 3life history stages may be in separate habitats surviving catastrophes in one or the other 39a Parthenogenesis asexual in favorable conditions Ameiolic Parthenogenesis Asexuol 99 2ninmkuab Hoploid Eggs Daphnia Stress crowding to C sexual resting eggs 1 N sperm Diptoid Resting Eggs 4 Long generation times timed to seasonal cycle of food availability Some copepods annual cycle p 98 in book Neocalanus plumchrus in mm gt3 CV 70 lipid ll Camber I Dec Jan Feb Mar Mr Way Juno July Aug Sept Euphausiids ex Euphausia supberba lives 57 yrs reproduce 3rd or 4th summer


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