Species PowerPoint Presentations - PPT

What is a fungal species?
What is a fungal species? - presentation

marina-yar

Species. Are species real?. How do we define a species?. Is there one “right” species concept that will be applicable to all organisms? . What is the difference between a theoretical species concept and a operational species concept?.

Second Species Counterpoint
Second Species Counterpoint - presentation

natalia-si

Second Species: Key Ideas. Rhythmic Values: Wholes in . c.f. /halves in . Cpt. Downbeats MUST be consonances. Weak beats can be consonance or dissonance. Any weak-beat dissonance . must = a Passing Tone.

Endangered Species Act
Endangered Species Act - presentation

luanne-sto

(ESA). Administered by:. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (. FWS. ). Protected Resources. . Listed endangered and threatened . flora and fauna. Designated critical habitat. Candidate. species . Receive no statutory protection, but are conserved through other programs and voluntary agency actions .

Species that Cause Change in the Environment:
Species that Cause Change in the Environment: - presentation

natalia-si

Beneficial vs. Harmful. Questions to be answered. What are some native species that are beneficial to the environment?. What are some introduced species that are beneficial to the environment?. What are some native species that are harmful to the environment?.

DNA-based species delimitation
DNA-based species delimitation - presentation

lindy-duni

Frederik Leliaert. Olivier De Clerck. Content. Use. of DNA in . evolutionary. . and. . ecological. studies. Species concept. Delineating. species . using. DNA. Applications of molecular techniques.

Enhancing CRP With Native Species:
Enhancing CRP With Native Species: - presentation

pamella-mo

P. RACTICAL EXPERIENCES. KURT MERG. WDFW . for. MEL ASHER and JERRY BENSON. BFI Native Seeds, Moses Lake, Washington. Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). Goals:. Protect Soil . Protect Water. Provide Habitat for Wildlife.

Chapter  24. The Origin of Species
Chapter 24. The Origin of Species - presentation

danika-pri

“Both in space and time, we seem to be brought somewhat near to that great fact—that mystery of mysteries—the first appearance of new beings on this Earth.”. — Darwin. What is a species?. Biological species concept.

Number of species
Number of species - presentation

marina-yar

in . different . animal. groups. 3/4 of all animals . (>1 million species) . are insects!. 1,400,000 animal sp.. 320,000 plant sp.. Estimated # of tropical species . (based on birds) . = 2-3 x temperate =.

Enhancing CRP With Native Species:
Enhancing CRP With Native Species: - presentation

yoshiko-ma

P. RACTICAL EXPERIENCES. KURT MERG. WDFW . for. MEL ASHER and JERRY BENSON. BFI Native Seeds, Moses Lake, Washington. Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). Goals:. Protect Soil . Protect Water. Provide Habitat for Wildlife.

 OF THE WORLDS WORST INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES A SELECTION FROM THE GLOBAL INVASIVE SPECIES DATABASE Published by In Association with Contribution to the Global Invasive Species Programme GISP PECIES S U
OF THE WORLDS WORST INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES A SELECTION FROM - pdf

natalia-si

Browne M Boudjelas S De Poorter M 2000 100 of the Worlds Worst Invasive Alien Species A selection from the Global Invasive Species Database Published by The Invasive Species Specialist Group ISSG a specialist group of the Species Survival Commission

OF THE WORLDS WORST INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES A SELECTION FROM THE GLOBAL INVASIVE SPECIES DATABASE Published by In Association with Contribution to the Global Invasive Species Programme GISP PECIES S
OF THE WORLDS WORST INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES A SELECTION FROM - pdf

tatiana-do

Browne M Boudjelas S De Poorter M 2000 100 of the Worlds Worst Invasive Alien Species A selection from the Global Invasive Species Database Published by The Invasive Species Specialist Group ISSG a specialist group of the Species Survival Commission

Threatened and Endangered Species
Threatened and Endangered Species - presentation

min-jolico

When Your Project Warrants Consultation. Introduction. Purpose. To . provide a consistent framework . for designated NRCS . field and State office staff to . successfully . consult with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS.

A particular species of a unicellular organism inhabits the
A particular species of a unicellular organism inhabits the - presentation

tawny-fly

Mutualism. Mistletoe grows on trees. It sends its roots into the tree and uses the nutrients that could otherwise be used by the tree. Therefore, the tree does not get to use all the nutrients and usually dies..

Chapter 17 Origin of Species
Chapter 17 Origin of Species - presentation

myesha-tic

KEY CONCEPTS. • Although many species persist for long periods of time both genotypic and phenotypic changes occur over time.. • Even if change is occurring, individuals that interbreed within a population(s) maintain the status of the population(s) as a species..

Keystone species: Ecology
Keystone species: Ecology - presentation

lindy-duni

Definition:. a species on which other species in an ecosystem largely depend, such that if it were removed the ecosystem would change drastically. .. Examples: Sea Otter, Beaver, Grey Wolf, Acorn Banksia.

Chapter 24 The Origin of Species
Chapter 24 The Origin of Species - presentation

mitsue-sta

Part C. Allopatric. and Sympatric Speciation: . A Review. In . allopatric. speciation, geographic isolation restricts gene flow between populations. Reproductive isolation may then arise by natural selection, genetic drift, or sexual selection in the isolated populations.

1 Lecture #3 – Origin of Species
1 Lecture #3 – Origin of Species - presentation

pasty-tole

Cartoon – gentleman and ape. 2. Key Concepts:. Species concepts. Development of reproductive isolation. Patterns of speciation. Macroevolution. Human evolution. Evolution continues…... 3. specie.

Food Web Control of Beneficial and Pest Species
Food Web Control of Beneficial and Pest Species - presentation

phoebe-cli

Who Eats What and Why Should We Care?. What animals would you expect to find here? . What are their life requirements?. What factors, abiotic and biotic, are controlling factors here?. What controls frogs? What limits them? What makes them successful?.

Chapter 24 The Origin of Species
Chapter 24 The Origin of Species - presentation

yoshiko-ma

Question?. What is a species?. Evolution . theory must also explain how species originate.. Darwin’s “Mystery of mysteries. ”. In the Galápagos Islands Darwin discovered plants and animals found nowhere else on Earth.

Using Animal Audio for Species Detection
Using Animal Audio for Species Detection - presentation

stefany-ba

Lin Schwarzkopf. Acknowledgements. Paul Roe Mike . Towsey. Why detect species?. We may want to . identify presence/absence, abundance or activity of individual species — study organism, rare, threatened.

Endangered  Species Act
Endangered Species Act - presentation

phoebe-cli

Endangered Species Act Revisions to the Implementing Regulations 50 CFR Parts 424, 402, and 17 Background Section 4 of the Act Provides for how to add and remove species from the Federal lists

SGN 27 The Origin of Species
SGN 27 The Origin of Species - presentation

liane-varn

Macroevolution. describes the origination of new taxonomic groups (vs . microevolution. , which deals with change in allele frequency, and frequencies of genotype and phenotype). What is a species?.

1) All species concepts, at least in animals and plants, to
1) All species concepts, at least in animals and plants, to - presentation

conchita-m

A) genetic barriers such as polyploidy. B) morphologically distinguishable . taxa. C) minimal gene flow across . taxa. D) ecological differentiation. E) cryptic species. 2) Speciation requires. A) divergence.

Defining Species
Defining Species - presentation

pasty-tole

I can…. Distinguish between microevolution and speciation.. Compare the definitions, advantages, and disadvantages of the different species concepts.. Describe five types of prezygotic barriers and three types of postzygotic barriers that prevent populations of closely related species from interbreeding..

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