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GEOG 111 Exam 3
Exam 3 focuses on the Biosphere
1) Biomes : **Equatorial and Tropical Rainforest (ETR) Biome** -Wet/humid and tropical...rain 350 days of the year -Located in the Amazon Basin, the Caribbean coast of Central America, insular SE Asia, mainland SE Asia, and Africa -Length of day doesn't vary much -High noon sun angles -Abundant solar energy and moisture; large diversity of plants and animals -Vertical layering in 3 parts *High level canopy* up to 200 feet *Middle level canopy* up to 165 feet...most absorbed sunlight *Lower level canopy* up to 65 feet...only 1% of solar energy reaches the lower level canopy so it contains a lot of debris: dead animals, limbs, leaves, etc. -Vertical layering is a response to optimum conditions for sustaining life but limitations include: soils are nutrient poor so plants live off of their rapidly decomposing relatives *nutrient cycling* -Lianas: vines, keep structure of ETR in tact -Epiphytes: get nutrients from debris, do not extract nutrients, use other plants for physical support -Parasites: extract nutrients from host plant or organism

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Exam 3 Study Guide


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ACCOUNTING 471


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ART MIDTERM 2016/2017
PORT ALLEN MIDDLE Teacher- Ms. Guy Student -__________________________________________________ Date-_______________________________________________________
1) STUDY GUIDE FOR ART MIDTERM 2016 READ ****ALL*** NOTES IF MUST STUDY IN ORDER TO PASS THE MIDTERM. THE MIDTERM IS WORTH 100 POINTS : LINE =An element of art defined by a point moving in space. Line may be two-or three-dimensional, descriptive, implied, or abstract. It helps direct the eye.

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CARMEN GUY

ADPR 151


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Casey Mainelli

Political Parities and Elections
Unit 3 Test Study Guide

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Tonia Smith

changes in matter
chemical change,phisycal change
1) Name:_______________ Date:_________________ : define matter:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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thelma akakporo

Global Connections Study Guide

1) pg 97-100 : Answer all the questions.

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hattie layton

study guide

1) body systems : The human respiratory system is a series of organs responsible for taking in oxygen and expelling carbon dioxide. The primary organs of the respiratory system are lungs, which carry out this exchange of gasses as we breathe

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mcandy Germain

Intro to theatre study guide

1) Intro to theatre Exam 4 Study Guide : the proscenium stage is the most familiar type of theatre space

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Brookale Anderson

AP Literature Exam Study Guide


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Mabry Hunt

nursing 2004 test

1) HEad : the skin is the largest organ of the body that holds the body together as well as protect the inside structures from the outside environment. It contains: -sensory receptors, -sebaceous sweat glands The functions of the skin include: -temperature regulation -melanocytes (skin color, protection from UV rays)

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