Daphnia as an Indicator and Keystone Species

Daphnia as an Indicator and Keystone Species
Daphnia as an Indicator and Keystone Species
Daphnia as an Indicator and Keystone Species
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This article discusses the difference between and indicator and keystone species and uses Daphnia (water flea) as an example of each. NGSS standard HS-LS2.C: Ecosystem Dynamics, Functioning and Resilience covers this content. Please see my other articles that use Daphnia to explain genetic, environmental and evolutionary ideas. This would also be useful for A.P. Biology students.
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Daphnia as an Indicator and Keystone Species
Daphnia as an Indicator and Keystone Species
Daphnia as an Indicator and Keystone Species