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Marine Ecology. Section 9. Characterization of Organisms. by Environment ... Fundamental Ecology. components controlling the circulation and wealth of creatures in the sea. ...
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´╗┐Madonna: Swim Midterm scores ideally by tomorrow or Friday No letter reviews allocated or bending Scantrons, additional credits returned in lab "Meetings" - Dr. Duncan before/after class Dr. Wright, MW 2-3, Wilk 114 Field trip information. given in class on Friday Zoology 351 - Marine Ecology, spring terms

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Marine Ecology Chapter 9

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Classification of Organisms by Environment flat : neritic | maritime vertical : epi pelagic (top)/eu photic (great) meso pelagic (center)/dis photic (low) bathy pelagic (profound)/a photic (without) abysso pelagic ("no-limit")

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Divisions of the Marine Environment Figure 9-1

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Distribution of Marine Lifestyles 16.7% of Earth\'s creatures are marine 2% occupy pelagic environment (the majority of the seas are icy and dim) 98% are benthic!

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Classification of Organisms by Lifestyle biota taking into account way of life. tiny fish (floaters) nekton (swimmers) benthos (base inhabitants)

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Divisions of the Marine Environment Figure 9-1

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Plankton are feeble swimmers, and are known as strays, not able to neutralize streams. Phytoplankton (plants) Zooplankton (creatures)

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Nekton are dynamic swimmers equipped for neutralizing streams Fish Squids Reptiles Birds Mammals

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Divisions of the Marine Environment Figure 9-1

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Benthos Epiflora or epifauna live on the ocean depths. Infauna live in the ocean depths. Benthic plants are confined to shallow waters - why? Benthic creatures happen all over from shallow profundities to the remote ocean.

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The World Ocean Floor

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Varying Lifestyles special cases to a grouping plan. way of life of an animal groups may change as it ages. Numerous benthic creatures, e.g., crabs, shellfishes, starfish have a planktonic larval stage.

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Basic Ecology elements controlling the conveyance and wealth of life forms in the sea. impact of physical and concoction parameters on living beings in the different environments that constitute the sea. A biological community incorporates both the living (biotic) and non-living (abiotic) bits of the earth. e.g., coral reefs, the North Pacific Gyre.

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Hydrostatic Pressure Hydrostatic weight is the weight created by the tallness of water. It is an element of the thickness of water and the aggregate stature of the water segment. Weight for the most part increments at a rate of 1 atm for every 10 m of water.

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Think You\'re Under Pressure Now?

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Hydrostatic Pressure (Cont.) huge in the remote ocean yet creatures live there. Creatures don\'t contain gasses. Be that as it may, mesopelagic fish have gas-filled swim bladders to keep up nonpartisan lightness not able to move quickly between profundities weight change could bring about bladder blast.

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Temperature The circulation of species nearly takes after the state of isotherms .

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Temperature Figure 9-10 controls rates of compound responses and hence metabolic rates, development rates, bolstering rates, and so forth

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Temperature (Cont.) Temperature resilience fluctuates colossally among marine creatures. Youthful stages are by and large less tolerant of huge changes. e.g., eggs and youthful of the California sardine can\'t make due beneath 13 o C.

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Temperature Figure 9-11 Temperature may by implication impact an animal types because of an immediate impact on its predator. This is exemplified by the interrela-tionship of mollusks, crabs, and temperature in Casco Bay, ME.

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Salinity Many of the components utilized for development . Saltiness resilience is additionally imperative in constraining appropriation .

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Salinity (Cont.) Salinity changes most in beach front waters because of movements in stream. Life forms that are portable can relocate seaward in the event that they can\'t endure a specific saltiness, however appended living beings must adapt to the progressions or kick the bucket. shellfishes, clams, and barnacles figure out how to make due by shutting their shells.

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Diffusion: particles move from high to low fixations

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Diffusion inward liquids of marine living beings likewise contain salts synthetic angle - salts inside the body with respect to the encompassing seawater salts will diffuse from a zone of high focus to low fixation. supplement uptake and the end of waste items .

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Diffusion (Cont.) Diffusion is likewise the instrument by which water atoms go through cell layers. This is called osmosis .

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Diffusion/Osmoregulation Figure 9-12 Some creatures can manage the development of water into and out of the cells by osmoregulation.

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