Recall basic mathematical concepts and techniques: logarithms, exponentials, solving simple algebraic equations, slopes and intercepts, graphing and interpreting simple graphs

Arrange animal phyla according to relative size Associate metazoan phyla with the habitats/environments that they occupy [BIOL 2003] Demonstrate knowledge of the causes, characteristics, and consequences of the biodiversity crisis. [BIOL 3601] Generalize and appreciate animal diversity on a global scale. [BIOL 2003] Manipulate and interpret results of the Lotka-Volterra competition and predator-prey models [BIOL 2060] Relate changes in animal systems to transition onto land [BIOL 2003] Understand the basics of biological conservation and how it is achieved. [BIOL 3601] Understand the key concepts behind population viability analysis [BIOL 3065] Understand the use of both deterministic and stochastic models in conservation biology, and the appropriate and inappropriate use of models [BIOL 3065] Use the BIDE (births, deaths, immigration, emigration), exponential and logistic population growth models to make predictions [BIOL 2060]

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