Biology 2

Chapter 22

22.1 Convergent vs. Divergent Evolution

22.2 Homology

22.3 What is Natural Selection and How Does It Work?

22.4 Darwin's Ideas

22.5 Ideas of Change Over Time

Chapter 35

35.1 Primary Growth in Plants

35.2 Hierarchical Organization

35.3 Secondary Growth in Plants

Chapter 39

39.1 Plant Responses to Pathogens

39.2 Responses to Light

39.3 Signal Transduction Plants

39.4 Plant Hormones

Chapter 40

40.1 Animal Form and Function

40.2 Energy Requirements

40.3 Homeostatic Processes in Thermoregulation

Chapter 41

41.1 Feedback Circuits in Digestive Systems

41.2 Organ Specialization in Digestive Systems

41.3 Evolutionary Adaptations of Digestive Systems

41.4 Food Processing

41.5 Animal Nutrition

Chapter 52

52.1 Species Distribution

52.2 Zones of an Aquatic Biome

52.3 Climate and Terrestrial Biomes

52.4 Regional and Local Effects on Climate

Chapter 53

53.1 Human Population Growth

53.2 Density-Dependent and Density-Independent Factors

53.3 Life Histories

53.4 Exponential vs. Logistic Growth

53.5 Describing a Population

53.6 Population Dynamics

53.7 What Is A Population?

Chapter 54

54.1 Pathogens and Community

54.2 Island Equilibrium Model

54.3 Species-area Curve

54.4 Ecological Succession

54.5 Disturbances

54.6 Bottom-up and Top-down Controls

54.7 Dominant vs. Keystone Species

54.8 Species Diversity and Species Richness

54.9 Fundamental vs. Realized Niches

54.10 Communities and Community Interactions

Chapter 55

55.1 Restoration Ecology

55.2 Biogeochemical Cycles

55.3 Trophic Efficiency and Ecological Pyramids

55.4 Production Efficiency

55.5 Factors Controlling Primary Productivity

55.6 Energy, Mass, and Trophic Levels

Chapter 56

56.1 Sustainable Development

56.2 Ozone Depletion

56.3 Greenhouse Gasses and Climate Change

56.4 Toxic Substances in the Environment

56.5 Nutrient Enrichment and Eutrophication

56.6 Movement Corridors and Biodiversity Hotspots

56.7 Habitat Fragmentation and Edge Habitats

56.8 Extinction Vortices

56.9 Threats to Biodiversity

56.10 The Three Levels of Biodiversity

56.11 The Benefits of Biodiversity