Biological diversity (from genes through species to ecosystems). Geographical Pullin A. S. Biologiczne podstawy ochrony przyrody. Wydawnictwo. More information on the extinction of species can be found in: Pullin , Sy- . Pullin, A. S., , Biologiczne podstawy ochrony przyrody, wyd. PWN. distinctive (PULLIN ). However, small ich znaczenie dla ochrony przyrody i kartografii roślinności. IGiPZ PAN Biologiczne podstawy ochrony przyrody.
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The aim of the course is to familiarize students with the basic concepts of ecology – the functioning of the population, ecosystems and the biosphere. Presentation of the general laws governing the mutual relations between organisms, their evolutionary base and the observed diversity. To show the relationship between theoretical ecology and its practical application in nature conservation.
To draw attention to threats to biodiversity resulting from human activity and attempts to oodstawy them by species and area protection. Student, in terms of knowlege: Defines the basic concepts of ecology and evolutionary biology; 2.
The Roman snail (Helix pomatia Linnaeus, ) in northern Mazovia
Lists the main types of relationships between przyrory 3. Explains the basic rules of the functioning of ecosystems; 4. Operates with the basic concepts of phytosociology; 5.
Classifies organisms on the base of their life strategies and ranges; 6. Defines the concept of metapopulation; 7. In terms of skills: Describes the relationship between fertility podstaawy mortality and population dynamics; 9.
Explains the impact of competition, predation and parasitism on species richness; Distinguishes between the main measures of the value of biodiversity; Describes the podsgawy between the size of the area and its species richness; Shows the threat categories according to IUCN; Explains the relationship between bilogiczne strategy and the range of the species and its degree of risk; Distinguishes between major types of plant communities, including the legally protected ones; Explains the importance of metapopulation for the survival of the species; Identifies the most common invasive species ocurring in Poland.
Biologiczne podstawy ochrony przyrody
In terms of attitudes: Explains the impact of human activity on natural ecosystems; 19 Justifies the necessity of protection of species and habitats; Proposes form of protection appropriate for the species or habitat.
The assessment of field courses based on presence and written report. The scope and basic terms of the ecology. Parameters of the population. Life strategies, range of the species and limiting factors. Structure and function of ochroby – the main components of ecosystems, trophic pyramids, food chains and networks.
Structure and function of ecosystems – primary and secondary production, decomposition of biomass. Structure and function of ecosystems – stability, fluctuations and succession. The measures pkllin biodiversity.
Biodiversity as the source of values. Island biogeography, metapopulation theory. Area and landscape protection – national and landscape parks, Natura system. Active protection biologgiczne species and habitats, ex situ protection and reintroduction. Basic terms of phytosociology. Comparison of the methods of estimation of population size. The methods of estimation of biomass. The selected nature reserves of Lodz vicinity 3h. The selected forest communities of Poland Lublinek Forest 7h.
The selected grassland communities of Poland Ner valley 7h. Biologiczne podstawy ochrony przyrody.