5 edition of Population and the new biology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Bernard Benjamin, Peter R. Cox, John Peel.|
|Contributions||Benjamin, Bernard, 1910- ed., Cox, Peter R., ed., Peel, John, ed., Eugenics Society (London, England)|
|LC Classifications||QH333 .P64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 187 p. :|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||75301306|
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Some environmental and biological factors can influence a population differently depending on its density.
If population density is high, such factors become increasingly limiting on the success of the population.
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Ecologists often avoid this literature, put off by its apparently formidable mathematics. This textbook provides an introduction to the biology and ecology of populations by emphasizing the roles of simple mathematical models in explaining the growth and behavior of.
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In population biology and population ecology, a population size pertains to the number of individual organisms in a population and is denoted by N.
A population decline refers to a decline in population of any organism. Population bottleneck is a reduction in the size of population for a short period of time.
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Population, in human biology, the whole number of inhabitants occupying an area (such as a country or the world) and continually being modified by increases (births and immigrations) and losses (deaths and emigrations).
As with any biological population, the size of a human population is limited by the supply of food, the effect of diseases, and other. The founder effect occurs when part of a population becomes isolated and establishes a separate gene pool with its own allele frequencies. When a small number of individuals become the basis of a new population, this new population can be very different genetically from the original population if the founders are not representative of the original.