Explain how density dependent and density independent factors may work together

By Sean 02.07.2018
These affect small and large populations equally. It usually operates in a large population and causes the population either to increase or decrease depending on how it affects the ecosystem. Density dependent factors and density independent factors.

Explain, with examples, how biotic and biotic factors may work together to control a population's growth.

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Show transcribed image text Many factors regulate population growth are density dependent What do we mean by density-dependent versus density independent. Explain, with examples, how biotic and biotic factors may work together to control a population's gr. No weather available and a crying cloud. You'll find a new screenshot in the Pictures folder in your Library. Climate, and even human activities. For example, a huge population can deplete an areas natural resources and food supply.
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A density-dependent factor is one where the effect of the factor on the size of the population depends upon the original density or size of the population. Describe how density dependent and density independent factors regulate population growth. It will eventually result in starvation, low reproduction rate, and even migration, with species looking for favorable conditions in other regions.