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Name:Date:Population EcologyExercise 1: Modeling Population GrowthData Table 1.Population Growth Model.GenerationInitial populationsize(N)Number ofbirths(B)Number ofdeaths(D)Final populationsize(N + B - D)Change inpopulation size(Final - Initial)142062261071373370472270573010361071166716502158212815-69155317210175220311206620012203419-1131964212142155210152192287162816341131741121241018411745413195415125732057206711421712217765227624158592385222087224872516969259631201071126
27282930Data Table 2.Population Size and Generations: Scatter Plot.PopulationsizeData Table 3.Population Size and Generations: Bar Graph.Population Size
QuestionsA.How many generations did it take to reach a population size of 100?
B.Consider the mode of reproduction modeled in your population. Would sexual reproductionor asexual reproduction likely be the cause of a birth? Are individuals of the species likely orunlikely to have separate male and female sexes?

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