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Biology 151 SI
Chapter 40 part 2 Vocabulary Worksheet
Fill In the Blanks. Add additional side notes if deemed fit.
_______________ lakes are nutrient rich and oxygen _____________.
________________ lakes are nutrient _______________ and oxygen rich.
What forms coral reefs?
____________ zone contains organisms that are well adapted to cold temperatures and high water pressure.
Photic and apthotic zones, together, make up the ___________ zone within aquatic biomes.
Dispersal is the movement of individuals from their area of origin. If an organism is intentionally relocated to a new area, and is successful in its survival this indicates what?
What can influence the distribution of organisms? Please list Biotic and Abiotic.
Dispersion is the number of individuals per unit area, while density is the pattern of spacing among individuals within the boundaries of the population. (TRUE OR FALSE?)
Answer the following questions based off of the graph above.
A species that reproduces has an equal chance of dying throughout its entire life would more than likely be represented by?
A species that reproduces at an early age, because life expectancy is shorter would more than likely be represented by?
What is the term that means the growth rate = the death rate?
What influences the carrying capacity of an area?
If a death rate rises with an increasing birth rate, what would you consider this to be?
Density independent factor
Density dependent factor
List Mechanisms of Density Dependent Regulation. (There are 6)