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Jason Cook Dr. Galarowics Bio 110 9/2/09 Concepts of Biology-Assignment 1 1. What is meant by the term density-independent? Density-independent is done physically or by abiotic factors. 2. How would density-independent factors affect a population and work to inhibit or even stop population growth? Density-independent factors can affect the population growth by weather, pollutant, forest fire, volcanic
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Unformatted text preview: eruptions, etc. 3. What are some examples of density-independent factors that operate in this capacity? Some examples of density-independent factors are temperature, which some populations may not adapt very well if the temperature is too hot or too cold, and oxygen supply could be a factor from trees burning down in forest fires....
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