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AP Biology Chapter 50
ecology
abiotic
biotic
biota
The scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
nonliving components (chemical and physical factors such as t…
living components
all the organisms in an individual's environment.
ecology
The scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
abiotic
nonliving components (chemical and physical factors such as t…
25 terms
Ap Biology Chapter 50
Skeletal muscle
Microfibrils
Myofilaments
Thin filaments
Characterized by a hierarchy of smaller and smaller units
Smaller bundles that are arranged longitudinally to make up m…
2 different filaments that make up myofibrils
Consists of two strands of actin and one strand of regulatory…
Skeletal muscle
Characterized by a hierarchy of smaller and smaller units
Microfibrils
Smaller bundles that are arranged longitudinally to make up m…
25 terms
AP Biology Vocabulary: Ecology Chapter 50
Ecology
Organism
Population
Community
study of the interactions between organisms and their environ…
Any living thing
a group of individuals of the same species living in a partic…
all the organisms of all the species that inhabit a particula…
Ecology
study of the interactions between organisms and their environ…
Organism
Any living thing
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AP Biology- Ecology (Chapter 50-55)
Hypothesis
Quantitative Data
Qualitative Data
Control Group
A supposition or proposed explanation made on the basis of li…
Relating to, measuring, or measured by the quantity of someth…
Relating to, measuring, or measured by the quality of somethi…
The group in an experiment or study that does not receive tre…
Hypothesis
A supposition or proposed explanation made on the basis of li…
Quantitative Data
Relating to, measuring, or measured by the quantity of someth…
31 terms
AP Biology // Chapter 50 : Vocabulary
Conservation Biology
Biodiversity
Endangered Species
Threatened Species
The relatively new discipline of biology that studies all asp…
The variety of life on earth
A species that is in peril of immediate extinction throughout…
Organisms that are likely to become endangered species in the…
Conservation Biology
The relatively new discipline of biology that studies all asp…
Biodiversity
The variety of life on earth
78 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50 Vocabulary
sensory reception
sensory receptor
sensory transduction
receptor potential
the detection of a stimulus by sensory cells
an organ, cell, or structure within a cell that responds to s…
the conversion of stimulus energy to a change in the membrane…
an initial response of a receptor cell to a stimulus, consist…
sensory reception
the detection of a stimulus by sensory cells
sensory receptor
an organ, cell, or structure within a cell that responds to s…
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AP Biology Chapter 50 Vocabulary
Abiotic
Aphotic Zone
Benthic Zone
Benthos
Nonliving
The part of the ocean beneath the photic zone, where light do…
The bottom surface of an aquatic environment.
The communities of organisms living in the benthic zone of an…
Abiotic
Nonliving
Aphotic Zone
The part of the ocean beneath the photic zone, where light do…
53 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50
ecology
abiotic
biotic
biota
The scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
nonliving components (chemical and physical factors such as t…
living components
all the organisms in an individual's environment.
ecology
The scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
abiotic
nonliving components (chemical and physical factors such as t…
52 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50
ecology
biotic
population ecology
community ecology
the scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
all living organisms in an environment(plants, animals)
examines factors that affect population size and composition.
examines the interactions between species and considers how f…
ecology
the scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
biotic
all living organisms in an environment(plants, animals)
49 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50
sensory receptors convert...
perceptions do not exist...
sensory receptors are usually...
sensory transduction
sensations into action potentials that go to brain (usually t…
outside the brain
modified neurons or epithelial cells; specialized to convert…
conversion of stimulus NRG into a change in the membrane pote…
sensory receptors convert...
sensations into action potentials that go to brain (usually t…
perceptions do not exist...
outside the brain
25 terms
AP Biology Vocabulary: Ecology Chapter 50
Ecology
Organism
Population
Community
study of the interactions between organisms and their environ…
Any living thing
a group of individuals of the same species living in a partic…
all the organisms of all the species that inhabit a particula…
Ecology
study of the interactions between organisms and their environ…
Organism
Any living thing
42 terms
Ap Biology Chapter 50
abotic components
abyssal zone
aphotic zone
benthic zone
Nonliving chemical and physical factors in the environment.
The very deep benthic communities near the bottom of the ocea…
The part of the ocean beneath the photic zone, where light do…
The bottom surfaces of aquatic enviornments.
abotic components
Nonliving chemical and physical factors in the environment.
abyssal zone
The very deep benthic communities near the bottom of the ocea…
42 terms
Ap Biology Chapter 50
abotic components
abyssal zone
aphotic zone
benthic zone
Nonliving chemical and physical factors in the environment.
The very deep benthic communities near the bottom of the ocea…
The part of the ocean beneath the photic zone, where light do…
The bottom surfaces of aquatic enviornments.
abotic components
Nonliving chemical and physical factors in the environment.
abyssal zone
The very deep benthic communities near the bottom of the ocea…
41 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50
ecology
abiotic
biotic
biota
The scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
nonliving components (chemical and physical factors such as t…
living components
all the organisms in an individual's environment.
ecology
The scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
abiotic
nonliving components (chemical and physical factors such as t…
44 terms
AP Biology chapter 50
Endotherm
Heterotherm
Countercurrent exchange
Thermogenesis
Can maintain a constant body temp
In between
In large marine mammals blood flows to the extremities bringi…
Use of energy metabolism like shivering or burning fat to kee…
Endotherm
Can maintain a constant body temp
Heterotherm
In between
29 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50
Ecology
Abiotic
Biotic
Organismal ecology
The study of how organisms interact with their environment
Nonliving
Pertaining to the living organisms in the environment
The branch of ecology concerned with the morphological, physi…
Ecology
The study of how organisms interact with their environment
Abiotic
Nonliving
Chapter 50 - AP Biology
what are the causes of extinction?
what ethical principe support conserva…
what is genetic diversity
what does community diversity
habitat loss, alien species, pollution, overexploitation
biodiversity is desirable for the biosphere... extinctions due t…
refers to variations around the member of a population
increases biodiversity
what are the causes of extinction?
habitat loss, alien species, pollution, overexploitation
what ethical principe support conserva…
biodiversity is desirable for the biosphere... extinctions due t…
52 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50- Ecology
organisms
ecology
biosphere
abiotic
open systems that interact continuously with their environment
study of interactions between organisms and their environment
entire portion of earth inhabited by life
nonliving components
organisms
open systems that interact continuously with their environment
ecology
study of interactions between organisms and their environment
55 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50 Vocab.
ecology
abiotic
biotic
biota
the study of how organisms interact with their environment
nonliving components
living components
all of the organisms that make up an ecosystem
ecology
the study of how organisms interact with their environment
abiotic
nonliving components
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Chapter 50- 53 AP Biology
Ecology
Organismal ecology
Population
Population ecology
From the Greek oikos, home, and logos, to study this is the s…
May be subdivided into the disciplines of physiological ecolo…
A group of individuals of the same species living in a partic…
Concentrates mainly on factors that affect how many individua…
Ecology
From the Greek oikos, home, and logos, to study this is the s…
Organismal ecology
May be subdivided into the disciplines of physiological ecolo…
32 terms
AP Biology: Chapter 50/51
dispersal
climate
macroclimate
microclimate
the movement of individuals away from centers of high populat…
the prevailing weather conditions in a particular are
patterns on the global, regional, and local level
very fine weather patterns (e.g. those encountered by the com…
dispersal
the movement of individuals away from centers of high populat…
climate
the prevailing weather conditions in a particular are
25 terms
Biological Science Freeman Chapter 50 & 51
biotic
abiotic
climate
weather
Describes living factors in the environment.
A term that describes a nonliving factor in an ecosystem.
Overall weather in an area over a long period of time
The condition of Earth's atmosphere at a particular time and…
biotic
Describes living factors in the environment.
abiotic
A term that describes a nonliving factor in an ecosystem.
37 terms
AP Biology - Chapter 50 Ecology
ecology
abiotic factor
biotic factor
population
the scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
(never alive, ever) non-living chemical and physical factors…
(was alive once) the living components
a group of individuals of the same species living in a partic…
ecology
the scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
abiotic factor
(never alive, ever) non-living chemical and physical factors…
78 terms
AP Bio Chapter 50 Vocabulary
Sensory Reception
Sensory Receptor
Sensory Transduction
Receptor Potential
The detection of a stimulus by sensory cells.
An organ, cell, or structure within a cell that responds to s…
The conversation of stimulus energy to a change in the membra…
An initial response of a receptor cell to a stimulus, consist…
Sensory Reception
The detection of a stimulus by sensory cells.
Sensory Receptor
An organ, cell, or structure within a cell that responds to s…
49 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50 (Sensory and Motor Mechanisms)
sensory receptors convert...
perceptions do not exist...
sensory receptors are usually...
sensory transduction
sensations into action potentials that go to brain (usually t…
outside the brain
modified neurons or epithelial cells; specialized to convert…
conversion of stimulus NRG into a change in the membrane pote…
sensory receptors convert...
sensations into action potentials that go to brain (usually t…
perceptions do not exist...
outside the brain
16 terms
(AP Biology) Chapter 50: Introduction to Ecology
Ecology
Abiotic Factors
Biotic Factors
Species Distibution (dispersal)
The study of interactions between organisms and their environ…
non-living components... ex: temperature, light, water, wind
Living components that limit the distribution of a species
The way in which a biological taxon is spatially arranged
Ecology
The study of interactions between organisms and their environ…
Abiotic Factors
non-living components... ex: temperature, light, water, wind
49 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50 (Sensory and Motor Mechanisms)
sensory receptors convert...
perceptions do not exist...
sensory receptors are usually...
sensory transduction
sensations into action potentials that go to brain (usually t…
outside the brain
modified neurons or epithelial cells; specialized to convert…
conversion of stimulus NRG into a change in the membrane pote…
sensory receptors convert...
sensations into action potentials that go to brain (usually t…
perceptions do not exist...
outside the brain
42 terms
AP Biology. Campbell, Reece 7th Ed. Chapter 50
ecology
abiotic factor
biotic factor
population
the scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
(never alive, ever) non-living chemical and physical factors…
(was alive once) the living components
a group of individuals of the same species living in a partic…
ecology
the scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
abiotic factor
(never alive, ever) non-living chemical and physical factors…
66 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50: An Introduction to Ecology and the Biosphere
Organisms are open systems that intera…
ecology
Interactions between organisms and the…
Ecology reveals the richness of the __…
environment
The scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
distribution... abundance
biosphere
Organisms are open systems that intera…
environment
ecology
The scientific study of the interactions between organisms an…
26 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50: An Introduction to Ecology and the Biosphere
An ecologist might conduct research to…
The sum of all Earth's ecosystems is c…
An immature frog (a tadpole) lives in…
Why are many of the world's deserts lo…
How do tapeworms adapt to life in the human intestine?
Biosphere
help prevent the adult frog's body from drying out
Dry air, originating at the equator, descends toward Earth's…
An ecologist might conduct research to…
How do tapeworms adapt to life in the human intestine?
The sum of all Earth's ecosystems is c…
Biosphere
40 terms
AP Biology Vocabulary Chapter 50 Campbell Reece Biology 8th Edition
Tympanic Membrane
Cochlea
Organ of Corti
Eustachian Tube
(Ear Drum) Where sound waves are channeled, and separates the…
The inner ear and contains the organ of Corti
Contains hair cells that transmit action potentials to the br…
Connects to the pharynx and equalizes pressure between the mi…
Tympanic Membrane
(Ear Drum) Where sound waves are channeled, and separates the…
Cochlea
The inner ear and contains the organ of Corti
15 terms
Biology chapter 50 vocabulary
Afferent neuron
Archanoid layer
Axon
Brain stem
A neuron conducting impulses inward toward to the brain and s…
The middle layer of the meninges it is elastic and weblike
A long threadlike part of a nerve cell along which impulses a…
The central trunk of the mammalian brain consisting of the me…
Afferent neuron
A neuron conducting impulses inward toward to the brain and s…
Archanoid layer
The middle layer of the meninges it is elastic and weblike
40 terms
AP Biology Vocabulary Chapter 50 Campbell Reece Biology 8th Edition
Tympanic Membrane
Cochlea
Organ of Corti
Eustachian Tube
(Ear Drum) Where sound waves are channeled, and separates the…
The inner ear and contains the organ of Corti
Contains hair cells that transmit action potentials to the br…
Connects to the pharynx and equalizes pressure between the mi…
Tympanic Membrane
(Ear Drum) Where sound waves are channeled, and separates the…
Cochlea
The inner ear and contains the organ of Corti
17 terms
Biology Chapter 50 Vocabulary
acid rain
chlorofluorocarbon (CFC)
deforestation
desalinization
wet acid deposition; falling of rain (or snow) rich in sulfur…
compound of chlorine, fluorine, and carbon; is contributing t…
removal of all the trees from a large tract of land
removing salt from seawater
acid rain
wet acid deposition; falling of rain (or snow) rich in sulfur…
chlorofluorocarbon (CFC)
compound of chlorine, fluorine, and carbon; is contributing t…
40 terms
AP Biology Vocabulary Chapter 50 Campbell Reece Biology 8th Edition
Tympanic Membrane
Cochlea
Organ of Corti
Eustachian Tube
(Ear Drum) Where sound waves are channeled, and separates the…
The inner ear and contains the organ of Corti
Contains hair cells that transmit action potentials to the br…
Connects to the pharynx and equalizes pressure between the mi…
Tympanic Membrane
(Ear Drum) Where sound waves are channeled, and separates the…
Cochlea
The inner ear and contains the organ of Corti
59 terms
AP bio chapter 50,54 study guide + vocab
What name is given to the process by w…
What is an example of a photosynthetic…
Detritus is composed of _____.
Every organic compound contains ______…
decomposition
algae
dead organic matter and excreted wastes
carbon
What name is given to the process by w…
decomposition
What is an example of a photosynthetic…
algae
69 terms
Modern Biology Chapter 50 Vocabulary
Afferent Neuron
Arachnoid Layer
Axon
Brain Stem
A neuron that conducts impulses toward the central nervous sy…
The elastic and web-like middle layer of the brain
In a neuron, an elongated extension that carries impulses awa…
The region of the brain that lies posterior to the cerebrum a…
Afferent Neuron
A neuron that conducts impulses toward the central nervous sy…
Arachnoid Layer
The elastic and web-like middle layer of the brain
40 terms
Chapter 50 Vocabulary
abiotic
abyssal zone
aphotic zone
benthic zone
Any nonliving component of an environment
Dark layer; found only in open sea and do not contain photosy…
The layer of ocean water that lacks sufficient sunlight for p…
Bottom of a lake; inhabited mostly be decomposers, detritus-f…
abiotic
Any nonliving component of an environment
abyssal zone
Dark layer; found only in open sea and do not contain photosy…
chapter 50
ecology
organism
population
community
scientific study of the interactions between organisms and th…
an individual, animal, plant, or single celled life form
a group of individuals of the same species living in a partic…
all the organisms of all the species that inhabit a particula…
ecology
scientific study of the interactions between organisms and th…
organism
an individual, animal, plant, or single celled life form
14 terms
AP Biology: Chapter 50 Quiz
motor unit
Recruitment
Myoglobin
Fast-twitch fiber
A single motor neuron in the muscle fibers it controls
The process of progressively increasing the tension of a musc…
An oxygen-storing, pigmented protein in muscle cells
A muscle fiber used for rapid, powerful contractions
motor unit
A single motor neuron in the muscle fibers it controls
Recruitment
The process of progressively increasing the tension of a musc…
21 terms
Ecology - Chapter 50
Ecology
Abiotic components
Biotic components
organism
the study of interactions between organisms and the environment
the nonliving components of the environment such as water, li…
the living components of the environment such as other organi…
an individual animal, plant, or single-celled life form.
Ecology
the study of interactions between organisms and the environment
Abiotic components
the nonliving components of the environment such as water, li…
49 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50 (Sensory and Motor Mechanisms)
sensory receptors convert...
perceptions do not exist...
sensory receptors are usually...
sensory transduction
sensations into action potentials that go to brain (usually t…
outside the brain
modified neurons or epithelial cells; specialized to convert…
conversion of stimulus NRG into a change in the membrane pote…
sensory receptors convert...
sensations into action potentials that go to brain (usually t…
perceptions do not exist...
outside the brain
40 terms
Ecology Chapter 50 and 51
abiotic
biotic
population
community
nonliving chemical and physical factors
living factors
group of individuals of the same species in a particular geog…
assemblage of populations of different species
abiotic
nonliving chemical and physical factors
biotic
living factors
73 terms
AP Biology Chapter 50 Test
Organismal ecology
Population ecology
Community ecology
Ecosystem ecology
Includes the disciplines of behavioral, physiological, and ev…
Studies factors that control the size of a population (groups…
Studies interactions among populations, such as predation and…
Studies the flow of energy and chemical cycling between biota…
Organismal ecology
Includes the disciplines of behavioral, physiological, and ev…
Population ecology
Studies factors that control the size of a population (groups…
21 terms
Chapter 50 AP Bio
Mechanoreceptors
Thermo receptors
Chemoreceptors
Electromagnetic receptors
Receptors stimulated by physical stimuli such as pressure tou…
Detect heat or cold and help maintain body temperature
Transmit information about solute concentration in a solution…
Detects various forms of electromagnetic energy such as visib…
Mechanoreceptors
Receptors stimulated by physical stimuli such as pressure tou…
Thermo receptors
Detect heat or cold and help maintain body temperature
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AP Biology Unit 4: Chapter 50 Learning Targets
Describe how cell communication occurs…
describe how cell communication occurs…
describe how cell communication occurs…
describe how cell communication occurs…
1. sound waves collected by outer ear are funnels into the ea…
1. ligand (light) receptor (photoreceptor)... 2. light causes rh…
1. specialized cells in nose pick up odorants... 2. odorants sti…
1.tastants, chemicals in food are detected by taste buds whic…
Describe how cell communication occurs…
1. sound waves collected by outer ear are funnels into the ea…
describe how cell communication occurs…
1. ligand (light) receptor (photoreceptor)... 2. light causes rh…
91 terms
Ch.50 AP BIO ( An Introduction to Ecology and the Biosphere)
Ecology
Abiotic
Biotic
Biota
The branch of biology concerned with the relations between or…
nonliving, physical features of the environment, including ai…
the living organisms in an ecosystem
all the plant and animal life of a particular region
Ecology
The branch of biology concerned with the relations between or…
Abiotic
nonliving, physical features of the environment, including ai…
127 terms
AP Bio Chapter 50
ecology
ecologists study
ecology and ___ are closely related sc…
how can an event that occurs on the ec…
the study of the interactions between organisms and their env…
how interactions between organisms and their environment affe…
evolutionary biology
events that occur over ecological time (minutes to years) tra…
ecology
the study of the interactions between organisms and their env…
ecologists study
how interactions between organisms and their environment affe…
AP Bio Chapter 50 Vocab
ecology
Two factors of organisms studied by ec…
Ecology provides an understanding of...
A species may not be able to physicall…
the study of how organisms interact with their environment
Distribution of organisms and their abundance
Delicate relationships between organisms and the environment
True
ecology
the study of how organisms interact with their environment
Two factors of organisms studied by ec…
Distribution of organisms and their abundance
25 terms
AP Bio: Chapter 50 Terms
Ecology
Abiotic
Biotic
Population Ecology
scientific study of interactions among organisms and between…
nonliving factor
living factor
the study of populations in relation to the environment, incl…
Ecology
scientific study of interactions among organisms and between…
Abiotic
nonliving factor
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