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BDU Environmental Biotechnology Sem-VI
Unit 1 : Basic Concepts(Interactions between environment and biota, Concept of habitat and ecological niches, Limiting factor, Ecosystem dynamics and management- Stability and complexity of ecosystems, Energy flow, food chain, food web and tropic levels, Ecological pyramids and recycling, biotic community-concept, structure, dominance, fluctuation and succession, NPC and S cycles in nature, Population ecology - community structure-, Principles of conservation, Speciation and extinctions Conservation strategies, sustainable development, environmental impact assessment)
1. Ecotone, Edge Effect, Ecological Niche and Equivalents(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (368)
 
An ecotone is a biologically rich area with very high species diversity. In some cases.the number of species and the population density of some of the species are greater in the ecotones than in the adjacent ecosystems.
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 25/03/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 21

2. Chapter 1 * Environment, Ecosystem and Biodiversity(Mechanical Engineering) Total View (0)
 
Definition, scope and importance of environment " need for public awareness - concept of an ecosystem " structure and function of an ecosystem " producers, consumers and decomposers " energy flow in the ecosystem " ecological succession " food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids " Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the (a) forest ecosystem ( ......
Title: Environmental Science and Engineering
Published on: 06/04/20
Author:
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Pages: 111
Price: Rs 55.5

3. Habitat, Ecological Niche, Biosphere, Biodiversity(Geography) Total View (225)
 
A habitat is where things live. It 's more than a home; it's more like a neighborhood. For an animal a habitat includes all the land the animal needs to hunt, gather food, find a mate, and raise a family. Different combinations of ecosystem LAWS (light, air, water and soil), together with variations in climate and topography, create different habitats. A shady area supports different species of tr ......
Title: MSGE-104 Environmental Geography
Published on: 21/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 26
Price: Rs 19.5

4. Ecology-Concept, Structure and Functions of Ecosystem(Indian Constitution, Human Rights and Environmental Studies) Total View (228)
 
The term Ecology was coined in 1866 by the German biologist Ernst Haeckel from the Greek oikos meaning "household" and logos meaning "science:" the "study of the household of nature." It was initially meant for animal only and was defined as investigations of the total relations of the animal to its organic and inorganic environment.
Title: Indian Constitution, Human Rights and Environmental Studies
Published on: 27/11/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 6.75

5. Introduction to Environmental Management(Environmental Management) Total View (198)
 
Due to unplanned developmental activities as well as ever-increasing population, which has caused enormous strain on the environmental resources, societies across the world face several problems of environmental degradation. However, it is imperative to maintain a balance between the capacity of the environment and the quantum of sustainable utilisation. This is only possible by understanding the ......
Title: CEM-11 Environmental Management and Policy
Published on: 27/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 0

6. Density Dependent and Density Independent Factors(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (416)
 
Density represents the numerical strength of a species in the community in any unit area. Frequency does not provide correct idea of the distribution of any species in particular area, unless it is correlated with other characters, like density etc . The inherent tendency of all animal populations is to increase in number. But this increase in number is, however, not infinite since the carrying ca ......
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 28/02/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 35
Price: Rs 26.25

7. Introduction (Environmental Studies ) Total View (5)
 
In science and engineering, a system is the part of the universe that is being studied, while the environment is the remainder of the universe that lies outside the boundaries of the system. It is also known as the surroundings, and in thermodynamics, as the reservoir. Depending on the type of system, it may interact with the environment by exchanging mass, energy (including heat and work), li ......
Title: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Published on: 03/04/18
Author: Chetan R
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 35
Price: Rs 0

8. Biomes and Aquatic Life Zones(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (375)
 
Biomes are the earth's largest storehouse of biodiversity. Many of these species have developed over the time in highly specialized niches and that makes them more vulnerable to extinction when their natural home or niche is destroyed . About 50 to 80% of global biodiversity lies in these rain forests. More than one-fourth of the world's prescription drugs are extracted from plants growing in trop ......
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 25/03/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 26
Price: Rs 19.5

9. Ecosystem, Structure and Functioning of Ecosystems, Pond as Ecosystem, Food Chains, Food webs, and Food Pyramid(Geography) Total View (226)
 
The living world depends upon the flow of energy and the circulation of materials through the ecosystem. Earth can be considered to be a closed ecosystem as far as materials are concerned. Only solar energy comes to the earth continuously. This now of energy drives all biological process. Energy and materials flow through the ecosystem tog ether as organic matter; one cannot be separated from the ......
Title: MSGE-104 Environmental Geography
Published on: 21/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 33
Price: Rs 24.75

10. Homeostasis of Environment(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (416)
 
The tendency of an ecosystem to return to a state of equilibrium is referred to as homeostasis. Ecosystems have a unique property of self-regulation.The ecosystem comprising various sub-components of biotic and abiotic nature, which are inter-linked and interdependent,have an inherent property to resist change. That means, the ecosystems have a property to tolerate external disturbance or stress. ......
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 28/02/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 22.5

11. Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecosystems(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (416)
 
An ecosystem is a group of biotic communities of species interacting with one another and with their non-living environment exchanging energy and matter. Now ecology is often defined as the study of ecosystems,an ecosystem is an integrated unit consisting of interacting plants,animals and microorganisms whose survival depends upon the maintenance and regulation of their biotic and abiotic structur ......
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 26/02/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 31
Price: Rs 23.25

12. Ecotone, Ecosystem, Energy flow, food Chain, Biotic factors of an Ecosystem(Zoology) Total View (1)
 
Basic concept and brief notes on Ecotone, Ecosystem, Energy flow, food Chain, Biotic factors of an Ecosystem
Title: Ecology and Wildlife
Published on: 13/08/19
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 6
Price: Rs 3.3

13. Definition, Principles and Scope of Ecosystem(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (416)
 
An ecosystem was defined as a dynamic entity composed of a biological community and its associated abiotic environment. Ecosytems are also always undergoing alterations to their biotic and abiotic components. Some of these alterations begin first with a change in the state of one component of the ecosystem.
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 28/02/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 37
Price: Rs 27.75

14. Introduction, Sub-Division and Scope of Ecology (Environmental Biology)(Zoology) Total View (1201)
 
Ecology, sub-divisions of ecology, scope of ecology.
Title: Zoology Volume VI
Published on: 07/04/14
Author: Vimala C M
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 5
Price: Rs 3.75

15. Introduction, Sub-Division and Scope of Ecology (Environmental Biology)(Zoology) Total View (1378)
 
Ecology, sub-divisions of ecology, scope of ecology.
Title: Zoology Volume VI
Published on: 08/04/14
Author: Vimala C M
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 5
Price: Rs 3.75

16. Introduction, Sub-Division and Scope of Ecology (Environmental Biology)(Zoology) Total View (6371)
 
Ecology, sub-divisions of ecology, scope of ecology.
Title: Zoology Volume VI
Published on: 08/04/14
Author: Vimala C M
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 5
Price: Rs 3.75

17. Population Dynamics(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (417)
 
Population dynamics is the branch of life sciences that studies short- and long-term changes in the size and age composition of populations, and the biological and environmental processes influencing those changes. Population dynamics deals with the way populations are affected by birth and death rates, and by immigration and emigration, and studies topics such as ageing populations or population ......
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 28/02/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 34
Price: Rs 25.5

18. Unit-I ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY Definitions(Environmental Studies ) Total View (12)
 
Environment - Definition, Eco system -- Balanced ecosystem, Human activities - Food, Shelter, Economic and Social Security
Title: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Published on: 26/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 0

19. Contents(Mechanical Engineering) Total View (0)
 
Each and every organism has its own environment. An organism is totally independent of its environment. The characteristics of each environment depends on various human activities. The human wants to rule the environment, and nature out he could not. whenever he creates problems to the environment, he himself develops uncertainty for his life and his future generations. Hence, understanding the en ......
Title: Environmental Science and Engineering
Published on: 06/04/20
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 0

20. Food Production and Chain Losses(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (376)
 
This unit helps students in understanding the process of food production and food chain losses. They will also be able to understand the nature and production of food from land and sea and the methods being followed to increase the yield.
Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment
Published on: 25/03/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 21

21. Biodiversity(Biology ) Total View (989)
 
Definition and Types - Ecosystem or Habitat Diversity, Species Diversity and Genetic Diversity, Biodiversity Profiles of India and Karnataka: Species Diversity. Endemic Species, Threatened Species and Endangered Species, Benefits of Biodiversity, Biodiversity Depletion, Intellectual Property Rights - Patenting Life Forms, Concept of Ecosystem Sustainability, Global Issues.
Title: PUC Biology Volume II
Published on: 05/04/14
Author: Sundar Ram M.J.
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 46
Price: Rs 34.5

22. CONTRIBUTION OF SYSTEMATICS TO BIOLOGY(Biology ) Total View (7)
 
This chapter deals with the contribution of taxonomy to theoretical and applied biology. Contribution of systematics in applied biology are discussed with reference to biodiversity conservation, public health and safety, agriculture, biological control, detecting environmental contamination, quarantine, protection against invasive alien species, combatting biological terrorism, analyzing the effec ......
Title: ANIMAL TAXONOMY
Published on: 31/07/19
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 5.5

23. Loss of Biodiversity(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (400)
 
Loss of Biodiversity, Invasive species, Genetic pollution, Overexploitation, Climate change, Human population explosion, Consequence of loss of Biodiversity, Depletion of biodiversity
Title: MSc Tech 203 Biodiversity and Conservation
Published on: 21/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 8.25

24. Environmental Policies(Environmental Management) Total View (197)
 
In Unit 1, we introduced you to the fundamental principles and concepts of the environment and ecosystem. In this Unit , we will provide you with the background to the evolution of environmental policies and legislations in India. We will begin the Unit by explaining the international environmental policies in general. This unit will give us a context for our discussion of the policies in India. W ......
Title: CEM-11 Environmental Management and Policy
Published on: 27/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12

25. Chapter 4 * Social Issues and the Environment(Mechanical Engineering) Total View (0)
 
From unsustainable to sustainable development " urban problems related to energy " water conservation, rain water harvesting, watershed management " resettlement and rehabilitation of people; its problems and concerns, case studies " role of non-governmental organization- environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions " climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletio ......
Title: Environmental Science and Engineering
Published on: 06/04/20
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 98
Price: Rs 49



 
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