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Wildlife Management Goal: to maintain healthy populations of all species of wildlife
Populations Reproductive Potential –Is exponential Carrying Capacity Age Structure
Bark Beetle Activity Students estimate how many bark beetles are produced from one hypothetical tree
Carrying Capacity Limiting factors –Disease –Predation –Competition for resources –Etc.
Age Structure Rapid growth Slow growth Stable
Deer Jaw Activity Objective: –Determine the age of a deer when it died
Groups of 2 Students would sketch & label –Right or left jaw –Lingual, buccal, crest, gum line enamel, dentine, infundibulum One “official guess”
Answer Key Charleston code C H A R L E S T O N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Personalized version of code is useful for remembering any sequence of numbers!! :D
4 CHARACTERISTICS OF A POPULATION 1.Geographic Distribution/ Range- How much area does the population cover? 2.Density- How many members of the population.
ECOSYSTEM ORGANIZATION And POPULATIONS OVERVIEW. Ecosystem Organization Population is the number of individuals of the same species in the same place.
Population Dynamics The change in the size, density, dispersion, and age distribution of a population in response to changes in environmental conditions.
Populations. Researchers study Geographic range Density distribution Growth rate Age structure.
Natural Selection Calculations PopulationEcosystems.
Populations Mr. Haase. What is a population? All members of a species living in the same place at the same time.
Factors Influencing Species Survival
Population Ecology Notes
A population is a group of organisms, all of the same species, that live in the same area. Every organism you can think of from spruce.
Population Dynamics. Population Growth All organisms are members of populations Populations die and grow at steady rate based on the amount of resources.
Population Dynamics Ecology Chapter 4.1. Principles of Population Growth A population is a group of organisms of the same species that live in a specific.
Population Growth Ch. 4 sec. 3
UNIT 3 Chp 5.1 and 5.2 Population Growth.
Aim: How do different types of populations grow? DO NOW 1.Which organism is the predator in this graph? Which is the prey? 2.What happens to the population.
14.4 Population and Growth Patterns Populations grow in predictable patterns and is always changing.
Section #1: How Populations Change in Size
Biology Chapter 4 Population Biology. 4.1 Population Growth If you graph population vs. time, there are some common patterns visible Initially, your graph.
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Population Bio Jeopardy Population Growth $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Limiting Factors $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Human Populations $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
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