Field Trip to rocky shore for Teaching Bioecology of Decapod Crustaceans.

Yula Silva Ruiz, Walter Barrella

Abstract


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The rocky shore can be very complex and usually the higher the complexity, the greater the diversity of organisms in a given environment. Organisms found in the environment, such as crustaceans, have great ecological influence. The lecture is the basis for didactic teaching, however the output field has a uniqueness to show that shared information with the students are intended to arouse interest in marine life and include values ​​and attitudes to nature conservation in relation to the environment played. The objective is to use the teaching of bio-ecology of crustaceans in the rocky shore. With activities results are expected to acquire a working knowledge, besides raising awareness in students about the interdependencies between the environment and man.

Key words: Crustaceans, rocky shore, Bioecology


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