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# Test 101 Week One Notes Test 101

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Date Created: 10/04/16
Kayla Wilken September 21, 2016 Reading Response #5 Chapter 19, Pages 408-411 Population Growth Density-Dependent factors: Limiting factors whose intensity is Exponential Logistic related to population density. Population Growth: • Intraspeciﬁc competition: Population Growth: Competition between Expansion of organisms of the same species for the same resources. population in an ideal, • Division of food supply between Growth rate unlimited environment. more animals, birth rates decreases as the population size In a model, the decline as there is less energy approaches carrying population size of each available for reproduction. capacity (Max new generation is • Increasing death rates from population size calculated by crowded conditions. • Predation (predators environment can multiplying the current concentrates of capturing prey sustain). population size by a constant factor that which is in abundance). Limiting factors represents the number • Limited resources. restrict population of deaths subtracted by growth. the number of births. Density-Independent factors: Generally, on a graph, a Limiting factor whose intensity is unrelated to population density. Reasonings for J-shaped curve is Rapid decline. carrying capacity: produced. Only so much space • Seasonal changes in the suitable for Example: Each months, weather. breeding, food there are more rabbit • Environmental disturbances sources, and births than deaths; as a such as ﬁre, ﬂoods, storms. predators. • Population cycles: Booms and result, the population busts. Undergo dramatic size increases each ﬂuctuations in density with On a graph, an S- month. shaped curve is regularity. produced. As in How? •Not certain why. Many exponential growth, Disturbances such as hypothesis: the line continues, ﬁres and ﬂoods may • Winter food shortages but for logistic from overgrazing. reduce the size of a • Predator-prey growth, we see the population; some line level off and organisms are able to interactions. stop growing take advantage of the • Combination of food upwards. lack of competition and resource limitation and quickly recolonize. excessive predation. •Long term studies are key to unravel causes. Exponential growth cannot be sustained indeﬁnitely. Regulation: Each green arrow explains the difference between the types of population growth and the blue arrow discusses ways to regulate population grown.

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