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Variation in population size or growth rates cause by

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Unformatted text preview: city of an individual or population. variation in population size or growth rates cause by external factors such as climate. a group of (interbreeding) individuals found in the same space or area at the same time with no immigration or emigration. B. (3 points each = 9 pts.) 1. What was the major conclusion from Crouse, Crowder, and Caswell? 2. They assumed that the turtles were density independent. How do you know they made this assumption? 3. Do you think thes...
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