Ecology: Concepts and Applications with Connect + Etext, Second Canadian Edition

Paperback | February 15, 2011

byManuel Molles, James Cahill

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The Canadian Edition of Molles, Ecology: Concepts and Applications helps Canadian students succeed in the course by clearly presenting the main concepts of ecology and offering multiple opportunities for application and review. Fully integrated Canadian content makes the material relevant to students' lives and highlights the contributions of Canada-based researchers.

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Connect - Your Study and Testing Program with e-book - is included with each new copy of the text. For more information, go to www.mcgrawhillconnect.caThe Canadian Edition of Molles, Ecology: Concepts and Applications helps Canadian students succeed in the course by clearly presenting the main concepts of ecology and offering multipl...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:10.8 × 8.4 × 0.9 inPublished:February 15, 2011Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:007109332X

ISBN - 13:9780071093323

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Table of Contents

Preface

1. Introduction: What is Ecology?

Section I: Natural History and Evolution

2. Life on Land

3. Life on Water

4. Evolution and Speciation

Section II: Individuals

5. Temperature Relations

6. Water Relations

7. Energy and Nutrient Relations

8. Behavioural Ecology

9. Life Histories and the Niche

Section III: Population Ecology

10. Distribution and Abundance of Populations and Species

11. Population Structure

12. Population Growth

Section IV: Interactions

13. Competition.

14. Herbivory and Predation

15. Mutualism, Parasitism, and Disease

Section V: Communities and Ecosystems

16. Species Abundance and Diversity

17. Species Interactions and Community Structure

18. Succession and Stability

19. Production and Energy Flow

20. Nutrient Cycling and Retention

Section VI: Large-Scale Ecology

21. Landscape Ecology

22. Geographic Ecology

23. Global Ecology

Appendix A: Building a Statistical Toolbox

Glossary

References

Credits

Index