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POPULATION ECOLOGY. CONCEPT 52.2 INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ORGANISMS AND THE ENVIRONMENT LIMIT THE DISTRIBUTION OF SPECIES.

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1 POPULATION ECOLOGY

2 CONCEPT 52.2 INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ORGANISMS AND THE ENVIRONMENT LIMIT THE DISTRIBUTION OF SPECIES

3 ECOLOGY STUDY OF THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ORGANISMS AND THE ENVT BIOTIC – LIVING – MAY INCLUDE BEHAVIORS AND INTERACTION AMONG SPECIES ABIOTIC – NONLIVING, CHEMICAL, AND PHYSICAL COMPONENTS EX. TEMP, WATER, SALINITY, SUNLIGHT, AND SOIL

4 CLIMATE MAJOR COMPONENTS INCLUDE TEMP, PRECIPITATION, SUNLIGHT, AND WIND MACROCLIMATE PATTERNS – GLOBAL, REGIONAL, OR LOCAL LEVEL MICROCLIMATE PATTERNS – SMALL- SCALE ENVTL VARIATIONS

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6 YOU MUST KNOW… HOW DENSITY, DISPERSION, AND DEMOGRAPHICS CAN DESCRIBE A POPULATION THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EXPONENTIAL AND LOGISTIC MODELS OF POPULATION GROWTH HOW DENSITY-DEPENDENT AND DENSITY-INDEPENDENT FACTORS CAN CONTROL POPULATION GROWTH

7 CONCEPT 53.1 DYNAMIC BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES INFLUENCE POPULATION DENSITY, DISPERSION, AND DEMOGRAPHICS

8 POPULATION GROUP OF INDIVIDUALS OF A SINGLE SPECIES LIVING IN THE SAME GENERAL AREA

9 CHARACTERISTICS OF ORGANISMS DENSITY –NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS PER UNIT AREA OR VOLUME DISPERSION – PATTERN OF SPACING AMONG INDIVIDUALS WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE POPULATION DEMOGRAPHY – STUDY OF VITAL STATISTICS OF A POPULATION, ESPECIALLY BIRTH AND DEATH RATES

10 CONCEPT 53.2 LIFE HISTORY TRAITS ARE PRODUCTS OF NATURAL SELECTION

11 3 VARIABLES AFFECTING POPULATION GROWTH WHEN REPRODUCTION BEGINS OR THE AGE OF SEXUAL MATURATION HOW OFTEN THE ORGANISM REPRODUCES THE NUMBER OF OFFSPRING DURING EACH REPRODUCTIVE EVENT

12 CONCEPT 53.3 THE EXPONENTIAL MODEL DESCRIBES POPULATION GROWTH IN AN IDEALIZED, UNLIMITED ENVIRONMENT

13 EXPONENTIAL POPULATION REFERS TO POPULATION GROWTH UNDER IDEAL CONDITIONS

14 CONCEPT 53.4 THE LOGISTIC MODEL DESCRIBES HOW A POPULATION GROWS MORE SLOWLY AS IT NEARS ITS CARRYING CAPACITY

15 CARRYING CAPACITY MAXIMUM POPULATION SIZE THAT A CERTAIN ENVT CAN SUPPORT AT A PARTICULAR TIME WITH NO DEGRADATION OF THE HABITAT IN THE LOGISTIC GROWTH MODEL, THE PER CAPITA RATE OF INCREASE DECLINES AS CARRYING CAPACITY IS REACHED

16 k-SELECTION – LIFE HISTORY TRAITS THAT ARE SENSITIVE TO POPULATION DENSITY AND CARRYING CAPACITY OPERATES IN POPULATIONS LIVING CLOSE TO THE DENSITY IMPOSED BY THE CARRYING CAPACITY ASSOCIATED WITH LOGISTIC GROWTH MODEL r-SELECTION – SELECTION FOR LIFE HISTORY TRAITS THAT MAXIMIZE REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS ASSOCIATED WITH EXPONENTIAL GROWTH MODEL

17 CONCEPT 53.5 MANY FACTORS THAT REGULATE POPULATION GROWTH ARE DENSITY DEPENDENT

18 DENSITY-DEPENDENT FACTORS A DEATH RATE THAT RISES AS POPULATION DENSITY RISES AND A BIRTH RATE THAT FALLS AS POPULATION DENSITY RISES EX. PREDATION, DISEASE, COMPETITION

19 DENSITY-INDEPENDENT FACTORS WHEN A DEATH RATE DOES NOT CHANGE WITH INCREASE IN POPULATION DENSITY EX. NATURAL DISASTERS

20 CONCEPT 53.6 THE HUMAN POPULATION IS NO LONGER GROWING EXPONENTIALLY BUT IS STILL INCREASING RAPIDLY

21 CAUSES DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION – OCCURS WHEN A POPULATION GOES FROM HIGH BIRTH RATE AND HIGH DEATH RATES TO LOW BIRTH RATES AND LOW DEATH RATES ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT – EXAMINES THE TOTAL LAND AND WATER AREA NEEDED FOR ALL THE RESOURCES A PERSON CONSUMES IN A POPULATION


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