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Unformatted text preview: 3. Be able to differentiate between direct and indirect competition, interspecific competition and intraspecific competition, and identify which is more common. a. Indirect: quicker or more efficient use of a resource. More common b. Direct: A fight or an attack over a resource. c. Interspecific: Between species. d. Intraspecies: Within a species. More Common. 4. Be able to identify the meanings or examples of the terms: Population, biotic potential, environmental resistance, density-dependent factors, density independent factors, carrying capacity. a. Population: A Group of organisms that interbreed so as to produce viable offspring b. Biotic potential: The maximum intrinsic reproductive capacity of a population in the absence of environmental interference. dec. Environmental resistance: ecological features that inhibit population growth. d. Density-dependent factors: Predators, Diseases, Food/water shortage, waste buildup, lack of space. e. Density-independent factors: Drought, Hotspells, Cold Snaps, Fires, and Floods. f. Carrying Capacity: The environments ability to hold a specific number of individuals for a prolonged period of time. 5. Be able to differentiate between S-shaped and J-shaped curves, identify which is associated with exponential growth, which with logistic growth. a. J is exponential and S shaped is logistic 6. Shown graphs of S- and J-shaped population growth, be able to identify the: lag phase, acceleration phase, deceleration phase, equilibrium stage, carrying capacity, maximum stationary phase, and crash phase. S-Shaped J-Shaped...
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