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The Biology Of Lakes, Ponds, Streams, And Wetlands

39 minutes

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Part of the "Life in Aquatic Environments" series. Places many of the organisms into an ecological perspective of hydras, planarians, annelids, aquatic insects, rotifers, protists, and all other organisms that provide food for fish and other vertebrates. Observes adaptations for planktonic life in daphnia and other cladocerans, copepods, rotifers, and planktonic algae. Explores bacterial decomposition, recycling of materials, adaptations for bottom life, and ecological relationships in the bottom community. Takes an underwater look at the highly specialized organisms that live in rapids, under rock communities, and in slower waters. Investigates adaptations for life in temporary wetland environments. Accessibility options on the DVD are: (1) expanded description, (2) English subtitles in a black box, (3) subtitled description.

Media Details

Runtime: 39 minutes

Life In Aquatic Environments
Episode 1
18 minutes
Grade Level: 9 - 12
Life In Aquatic Environments
Episode 2
39 minutes
Grade Level: 8 - 12
Life In Aquatic Environments
Episode 3
30 minutes
Grade Level: 8 - 12

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    Elizabeth N. (Colorado Springs, CO)
    November 19th, 2015 at 03:37 PM

    This video was very well constructed and interesting to both the deaf and hearing students in my class.