bio 514 final

  1. It is the process of protecting an endangered species, variety or breed, of plant or animal outside its natural habitat. Removal of part of a population from a threatened habitat and placing it in a new location. Maybe wild or within the care of humans.
    Ex situ conservation
  2. Conservation which takes place onsite. Conservation to preserve natural area of the organisms and maintain their number
    In Situ conservation
  3. The number of _____ species at zoos has been steadily increasing since 1994
  4. Zoo can educate the public about _____
    The need to protect wildlife
  5. Public aqariums participate in both institutions and exists conservation programs and provide valuable function by……
    Educating people about marine conservation issues
  6. Crop species show high genetic diversity in certain areas
    Of the world
  7. Managed mainly for scientific research and monitoring; areas of land and/or sea possessing some outstanding or representative ecosystems, geological or physiological features. And’or species
    Strict nature reserves
  8. Managed mainly for wilderness protecting; large areas of unmodified or slightly modified land and/or sea retaining their natural character and influence, without permanent or significant habitation, which are protected and managed so as to preserve their natural condition.
    Wilderness areas
  9. Managed mainly for ecosystem protection and recreation; natural area of land and/or sea designated to 1 protect the ecological integrity of one or more ecosystems for present and future generations. 2 exclude exploitation of the area and 3 provide a foundation for spiritual, scientific, educations, recreations, and visitor opportunities, all of which must be environmentally and culturally compatible.
    National Parks
  10. Managed mainly for conservation of specific natural features. Areas containing one or more specific natural or cultural features or outstanding or unique value because of inherent rarity, representative or aesthetic qualities, or cultural significance
    Natural monuments
  11. Managed mainly for conservation through management intervention; areas of land and/or sea subject to active intervention for management purposes to ensure the maintenance of habitats and /or to meet the requirements of specific species
    Habitat/species management areas
  12. Managed mainly for conservation and recreation; areas of land , with coast and sea as appropriate, where the interaction of people and nature over time has produced an area or distinct character with significant aesthetic, ecological, and/or cultural value, and often with high biological diversity.
    Protected landscapes and seascapes
  13. Managed mainly for the sustainable use of natural ecosystems; areas containing predominantly unmodified natural systems, managed to ensure long-term protection and maintenance of biological diversity, while also providing a sustainable flow of natural products and services to meet community needs.
    Managed-resource protected areas
  14. Nation al parks and other protected area are able to prevent damage to the…..
    Natural forests
  15. Mammals have higher extinction rates in smaller parks than in
    Larger parks
  16. Planting a variety of species in urban parks and gardens is one way in which landscapes dominated by humans can support…
  17. Involves bringing together all the stakeholders that affect a large ecosystem and receive benefits from it.
    Ecosystem management
  18. Extractive reserves established in Brazil provide a reason to…
    Maintain forests
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bio 514 final
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