apes population - 1 The population after the sixth year...

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1. The exponential growth patterns increase at a faster rate because linear growth implies a constant reproduction rate while a exponential growth implies a expanding reproduction rate. 2. 3. Factors that limit exponential reproductive rates include resource rationing, carrying capacity limit, intraspecific competition and interspecific competition.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. The population after the sixth year would be 64 rabbits. This is an example of exponential growth, 2. The population after the sixth year would be 12 mountain lions. This is an example of linear growth. 3. Three limiting factors would be disease, sterility, and resource scarcity....
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  • Spring '11
  • Chow
  • Interspecific competition, intraspecific competition, Biological interactions, exponential growth patterns, exponential reproductive rates, constant reproduction rate

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