What are some factors that affect the larval ecology of marine organisms?
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Marine organisms often have larval forms that have very different forms and/or live in very different habitats compared to the adults of the species. The larvae must be adapted to the biotic and abiotic factors in its environment, which may be very different from those faced by the adults. Temperature, salinity, currents, predators, and food may all be factors affecting larvae. 41. What is ecological zonation? Ecological zonation is the categorization of communities according to where and how organisms live. 42. What are benthic organisms? What are sessile benthic organisms? Benthic organisms are those that live on or buried in the bottom of the ocean. Sessile benthic organisms are those that live attached to one place and don’t move around. 43. What are pelagic organisms? Pelagic organisms are those that live in the water column, either actively swimming (nektonic) or passively floating with the currents (planktonic). 44. What are phytoplankton and zooplankton? How are they different