I would be a lot more surprised if they didn't ask about ecological succession.Ya when I was taking my test out of NO WERE they asked us to state the ecological succesion.
It's really more like "drive" or "stampede," as in "my friends buffaloed me into going out with them last night." To convince by the exertion of social pressure, perhaps.Hehe. Buffalo as a verb means to annoy, or bother. Ive never seen it used outside of that sentence though.
When I did Science Olympiad we were doing ecology in class, so I basiclly knew everythingWe're learning it in school right now during science class, so i guess the competition will be like a test for us. It can still be difficult at times though.
yeah but partners help...thats true. but you can't always rely on your partner for everythingYeah, even if there is stuff other than what I learned in class, I'm not worrying about it- hopefully my partner will get it. I'm just studying my notes from our ecology unit in Bio, and the review book I already have for the Bio Regents.
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