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--- Species Relationship ---
Species A = +
Species B = +
mutualism
--- Species Relationship ---
Species A = +
Species B =
commensalism
--- Species Relationship ---
Species A = -
Species B = -
competition
--- Species Relationship ---
Species A = -
Species B = +
predation
*** between brown three-toed sloth and brown algae.
Commensalism
1) *** competition: w/in same species
2) *** competition: between 2+ species
1) intraspecific
2) interspecific
1) Mocking bird is an example of *** competition...(species not using same resource.)
2) Opposite of *** competition.
interference
Resource
Territoriality or contest competition.... *** competition
interference
Scramble or exploitative competition are.... *** competition
Resource
1) ***-Volterra model
2) X-axis?
3) Y-axis?
1) Lotka
2) species 1 pop size
3) species 2 pop size
r = ????
unrestricted rate of increase
1) K = ???
2) what part of graph is it?
1) carrying capacity
2) upper asymptote
Four possible outcomes of competition between two species.
stable equilibruim
unstable equilibruim
pop size species 1 inc
pop size species 2 inc
***’s model is stupid.
Tillman
*** AKA zero growth line.
Isocline
--- Lab Studies Competition Models ---
–Gause: competing species of *** and ***
–Birch: competing species of ***
--Huffaker: ***
--Utida: *** and ***
yeast & protozoans
beetles
strawberry mite
weevil and parasite
--- Field Studies Competition Models ---
–***: competing species of barnacles
Connell
*** radiation: Occurs when single parental population gives rise to an entire array of species.
Adaptive
***’s theorem: “stable populations of two or more species can not continuously occupy the same niche”
Gause
Competing species of *** are the only example of Field Studies Competition Model.
barnacles
1) *** competition: Competition of different species for resource.
2) *** competition is between same species.
1) Interspecific
2) Intraspecific
*** theorem: “stable populations of two or more species can not continuously occupy the same niche”
Gause’s
Fundamental (***) niche
–n-dimensional hypervolume
Hutchinsonian
*** (Hutchinsonian) niche
n-dimensional hypervolume
Fundamental
***: Full range of environmental conditions an organism can exist.
Fundamental niche
***: Smaller range of environmental conditions an organism can occupy.
Realized niche
Two types of niches...
1)
2)
1) Fundamental niche
2) Realized niche