EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 19 - Populations - Population Ecology - Survivorship and Life Hist

EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 19 - Populations - Population Ecology - Survivorship and Life Hist

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EVPP 110 Lecture Learning Guide #19 Fall 2010 Populations: Population Ecology – Survivorship and Life History Strategies what is meant by the term "survivorship"? what is a life table and what kind of information does it contain? what do we call the graphs that result when life table data is plotted? do all species exhibit the same type of survivorship curve? why is a percentage of maximum life span used on the horizontal axis instead of actual age categories? what are the 3 types of survivorship curves? what are the general characteristics of a population that exhibits a Type I survivorship curve? What are some examples of organisms that exhibit a Type I survivorship curve? what are the general characteristics of a population that exhibits a Type II survivorship curve? What are some examples of organisms that exhibit a Type II survivorship curve? what are the general characteristics of a population that exhibits a Type III survivorship
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EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 19 - Populations - Population Ecology - Survivorship and Life Hist

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