The Living Ocean FINAL

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The Living Ocean FINAL
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  1. Symmetrical arrangement around parts
    Radial symmetry
  2. Sources of deep sea nutrition
    Whale fall, and whale predation
  3. Stinging Cells
    Nematocysts
  4. Molecules moving from high concentration to low
    Diffusion
  5. Types of Mangroves. Order from wettest to driest
    Red, Black and White
  6. Examples of disruptive coloration
    Spots, stripes and bright colors
  7. Largest oil spill in history
    The Persian Gulf
  8. Arial Roots
    pneumatophores
  9. Arial roots
    Pneumatiphores
  10. Responsible for failed reproduction in bald eagles.
    DDT pesticide
  11. Two adaptations of Penguins
    Thick feathers heavy bones
  12. Mangroves originate in
    SW Asia
  13. Deep Sea eye adaptations
    Big Eyes, No Eyes at all,
  14. Biomanification
    The increased concentrated amount of toxins in an organism as a result of ingesting animals or plants in which it is widely dispersed.
  15. Diadema
    A genus of sea urchins. Primary herbivore in the carribean.
  16. Electroreceptive organs found in sharks
    Ampullae of Lorenzini
  17. Deep-sea gigantism
    is the tendency for species of invertebrates and other deep-sea dwelling animals to display a larger size than their shallower-water relatives
  18. Mangrove salt adaptations
    Sequestering, secretion and exclusion
  19. Deep sea mating strategies
    Hemaphratism and parasitism
  20. Neurological disease from mercury
    Minimata
  21. Tissue that increases night vision
    Tapeta Lucidum
  22. method of warming blood
    common current heat exchange
  23. symbiosis between zooxanthellae and coral
    mutualism
  24. Location of garbage patch
    North Pacific Gyre
  25. Reef Building Coral
    Hermatypic
  26. Small temperature range
    Stenothermal
  27. Symbiotic algae found in coral
    Zooxanthellae
  28. Flattened body with tapered end
    Fusiform shape
  29. Red mangrove seedling
    Propagule
  30. Threats to mangrove
    Making firewood, charcoal, timber,paper tannin extracion
  31. Bioluminescent organs
    Photophores
  32. High salinity in body in relation to water around it
    Hypotonic
  33. Hypothermal vents in ocean
    Black smokers
  34. Major energy source in hydrothermal vents
    Hydrogen Sulfide
  35. Largest migration on the planet goes to
    Deep scattering layer
  36. Box Jelly Fish
    Cubozoa
  37. Class of true Jelly Fish
    Scythozoa
  38. Coral diseases
    Black band, white band, and white plague
  39. Primary coral makeup
    Calcium carbonate
  40. Community of organisms in the mangrove
    Mangal
  41. Source of polynation for the red mangrove
    Wind
  42. Why do mangroves keep out large predators
    structural complexity
  43. two ways of accidentally introducing invasive species
    ballast water and aquariums
  44. Oceanic species getting louder over time
    Lombard vocal response
  45. This country gets 30% of GDP from cruise ships
    Liberia
  46. Mangrove roots used for poor spoil stability
    Prop roots
  47. Most common form/color of bioluminescance
    Blue
  48. Act of first born sharks feeding on other eggs in utero
    Oophagy
  49. Light on bottom dark on top
    Countershading
  50. Marine mammal adaptations
    Increased lung capacity and collapsible rib cage
  51. Adaptation to increase buoyancy
    Oil in micro organisms
  52. Primary chemical makeup of coral
    Calcium carbonate
  53. Stages of cnidarians
    Polyp and medusa
  54. Colonial cnidarians
    Portuguese man of war
  55. Term describing make up of shark skin
    Dermodenticals
  56. Methods for mangrove protection
    protected forest, reforestation zone, conversion zone
  57. Chemical used by shark for osmoregulation
    Urea
  58. Primary source of lead in ocean
    Leaded gas
  59. Time it takes for a mangrove forest to recover
    15-30 years
  60. The amount of time it takes for a diaper to degrade
    450 years

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