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Speciesa group of individual organisms very similar Levels of biodiversity:
in appearance, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry Range of habitats in which different species live
and genetics, whose members are able to All species are different from each other
interbreed freely to produce fertile offspring. There is genetic variation between individuals
belonging…

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COLLECTING FROM TREES: TULLGREN FUNNEL:
Spread a white sheet under a tree and knock a Put leaf litter into a funnel and light up so that as the
branch with a stout stick. The animals will drop onto leaves dry, the animals fall to the bottom to be
the sheet…

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FUNGI PLANTS
The body consists of a myceliuma network of Are autotrophsit makes its own food from simple
numerous strands called hyphae organic molecules i.e photosynthesis
Cytoplasm Is surrounded by a polysaccharide wall Are eukaryotes
called chitin Are multicellular
Cytoplasm usually not divided into cells Cells surrounded by a cellulose…

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Adaptation Natural selection
Any variation that helps an organism to survive DARWIN'S 4 OBSERVATIONS
BEHAVIOURAL 1. offspring generally appear similar to parents
e.g cactus closes stomata when little water is 2. no 2 individuals are identical
3. organisms have the ability to produce large numbers of
available
offspring
PHYSIOLOGICAL/ BIOCHEMICAL…

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