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what is an example of population? the bass in iowa
the density of a population is? Number of individuals per unit area
what would most likely cause a large number of density independent deaths in a population? disease
what organisms have the highest reproductive potential? preditors
in which of the relationships is neither species harmed? commensalism
the number of wild horses per square kilometer in a prarie? population density
a female dogs niche would be fleas
an example of population all maple trees in a forest
difference between a parisite and a preditor paristes depend on a host, preditors don't need a host
what has the greatest effect on reproductive potential? the organisms ability
exponential growth? they continue to grow faster.
carrying capacity? maximum population that the ecosystem can support indeffinately.
niche includes the species physical home and enviromental factors neccesary
demography study of populations
age structure the distribution of ages in a specific population at a certain time.
survivorship percentage of a group that are likely to survive to any given age
fertility rate number of babies born each year per 1000 womenin a population
migration movement of individuals between areas.
life expectancy average number of years a person is likely to live.
demographic transition a model that describes how these changes can occur
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