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Torre, John Albert May 12, 15
CD-2L Exer 4B Bio 150
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1. Physico-chemical factors like temperature, desiccation, salinity and waves strongly affect the intertidal community and predict what kind of adaptations they will acquire. All of these factors had predominated the nature of each organism involved in the community. These factors were able to control the organism's morphology, physiology and behavior. 2. Autotrophs like sea grasses and phytoplankton dominate the intertidal due to adaptations to the...

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