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Population Size The number of organisms of one species that live together. Ex: 3 Chickens!
Population Density The number of organisms of one species in a given area. Ex: 11 Chickens/Square Meter!
Behavior The way an organism acts toward its environment. It behaves in certain ways to get the basic needs of life. 3 Types Include: *Independent Behavior-Doesn't affect others. *Cooperation Behavior-Can help others. *Competition Behavior-Can hurt others.
Competition The contest among organisms to obtain the resources they need to survive and reproduce.
Territory The area that an animal defends from other members of the same species.
Territorial Imperative The behavior that occurs to defend an animal’s territory.
Cooperation Behavior by members of a population or community that helps each other.
Social Hierarchy Establishes an order within a population so that animals cooperate more and compete less within their population.
Created by: Tara_Bear111