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Behavior

2.C.2: a Organisms change their behavioral and psychological mechanisms in response to


environmental changes
2.E.2: b Internal and external signals in animals regulate psychological responses that match
up with environmental cycles
2.E.3: a.1, a.2, b.3, b.4 Innate behaviors are inherited behaviors; learning take place through
interacting with other organisms and the environment; behaviors are caused by environmental
cues and are necessary be able to reproduce and survive; Behaving cooperatively within or
between other populations contributes to the populations surviving.
3.E.1: a, b.2, c.1, c.2 Behavior can change due to internal and external changes responding to
other organisms; Animals use many different techniques to indicate dominance, find food,
establish territory, and ensure reproductive success; innate and learned behaviors that increase
survival and reproductivity are favored by natural selection; the fines of an individual and the
survival of the population are increased by cooperative behavior.

Ecology
1.C.1: b More animals go extinct when there is ecological stress
2.A.1: d.2, e, f Reproduction requires more energy than the normal routine of animals; different
organisms do it differently to have the energy; Changes in energy change the population;
changes in energy can disrupt the ecosystem
2.A.2: a.1 photosynthetic organisms capture sun energy
2.A.3: a.1, a.2, a.3 Carbon in the environment moves to organisms where it turns into carbs
and proteins; Nitrogen moves to organisms where it turns into carbs and proteins, phosphorus
turns into nuclei can acids and lipids; living systems depend on water and its polarity.
2.D.1: a, b,c Abiotic and Biotic factors affect cells; abiotic and biotic factors affect animals;
Stability is affected by biotic and abiotic factors
2.D.3: the environment is affected by their homeostasis being disrupted
3.E.1: b.1 organisms have varying causes that produce their behavior to change and change
their reproductive success
4.A.5: all standards a community is measured and described in terms of species diversity and
composition; computer models are used to represent data of populations and environmental

impact; models and groans represent population growth and interactions; reproduction without
limits results in exponential growth; population can exceed the carrying capacity; as limits of
factors are imposed on, logistic growth happens; demographics based on age and be used for
humans
4.A.6: all standards Matter is recycled, while energy flows; Primary productivity is influenced by
regional and global climate and atmospheric composition; organism in food webs and food
chains interact; food webs and chains rely on primary productivity; the logistic model is
represented by competition for resources and limited growth; In density dependent populations
there is competition, predation, accumulation of waste, etc; As the human race grows our impact
on habitats for other species has increased; increasing human population has resulted in the
destruction of habitats and extinction of some species; adaptations of organisms are similar to
getting and using energy and matter.
4.B.2: a.3
Interactions of single celled organisms can be similar to those of multicellular organisms
4.B.3: all standards
Interactions between populations affects distributions; A population of organisms have different
properties than the individuals in the population; Catastrophes and human interaction affect
distribution and abundance
4.B.4: all standards
human activities such as slash and burn agriculture, logging, and city building affect the
environment on a local and global level; Global and meteorological events impact ecosystem
distribution
4.C.2: a, b
molecular classes can provide cells with different functions, and gene duplication can provide a
cell with many new phenotypes
4.C.3: a, b
genetics control how organisms react to environmental changes. Populations that have little to
no genetic diversity tend to become endangered/go extinct
4.C.4: a, b
Ecosystems with less components are less resilient to change; Keystone species contribute to
the diversity of ecosystems, if they are removed the ecosystem collapses.

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