Exponential vs Logistic Growth Worksheet

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Activity: Exponential vs. Logistic Growth Exponential vs. Logistic Growth Use the following information to answer the next 3 questions Stray cats that return to the wild are called feral cats. 1 pair of cats can produce 12 kittens in 1 year. This means that in the second year there is a possibility of producing 84 kittens. In 5years the population could be 33 000 feral cats. 1. What kind of growth pattern is occurring? Exponential growth 2. What 4 conditions would promote this population reaching its biotic potential? Explain each. Offspring: Many born / reproductive cycle Survival: All adults survive to reproductive maturity Procreation: They reproduce as many times as possible / year Maturity: Each individual has many reproductive years. 3. What are some forms of environmental resistance that the cats may experience? Predation Intraspecific competition Interspecific competition Limitation of resources
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