Features of Populations

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Features of Populations 2018-01-22T10:09:13+00:00

Features of Populations:

A population is a group of organisms of the same species, all living in the same area and interacting with each other. Since they live together in one area, members of the same species reproduce together.

Ecologists look at many factors that help to describe a population. First, ecologists can measure the number of individuals that make up the population, known as population size. They can then determine the population density, which is the number of individuals of the same species in an area.

Scientists likewise contemplate how people in a populace are spread over a domain. This dividing of people inside a populace is called scattering.

The birth rate is the number of births within a population during a specific time period. The death rate is the number of deaths within a population during a specific time period.

Summary:-
A population is a group of organisms of the same species, all living in the same area and interacting with each other.
Scientists can study many aspects of a population, including density, dispersion, and birth and death rates.

 

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