Periodically they are subject to environmental

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Unformatted text preview: me. • Periodically, they are subject to environmental instability and individuals are then under the pressure of natural selection • Population growth: Growth rate is dependent on the number of individuals born and the number of individuals that die each year • What factors that regulate population growth? E Resource limitation - resources (e.g. food, space, etc) are limited in nature, so organisms that require these resources are also limited. Disturbances - small (e.g. fire) and large-scale (e.g. hurricane) environmental disturbances can severely affect popul...
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