Date of publication: 2017-09-05 11:00
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You might be struggling with separating your Mesozoic from your Cenozoic. Or maybe you're curious about how scientists are trying to genetically modify organisms (not the ones you'd think). Did you know that that there are more than 6,755 varieties of banana? Shmoop's AP Environmental Science guide does. Check it out.
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APES Ch. 9 Optional Homework (RQ/TE):
p. 758-759 Review Questions # 6-68
Thinking Environmentally #7, 8
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Paul Andersen explains how ecosystems interact with biotic and abiotic factors. He explains and gives examples of food chains and food webs. He shows how limiting factors eventually leads to logistic growth. Real data from Yellowstone Park is used to show how populations interact.
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