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Select ALL of the following that are limiting factors to a population. (5 choices)
Ten breeding pairs of rabbits are introduced onto an island with no natural predators and a good supply of water and food. What will most likely happen to the rabbit population?
Which factor can be a limiting factor for a large population with few resources?
If a disease destroying worm populations swept through an ecosystem, what would happen to the bird population that eat the worms?
If an ecosystem has an extreme drought, what happens to its carrying capacity?
How do invasive species affect carrying capacity?
Select ALL of the following that are density-dependent limiting factors. (4 choices)
What does density-dependent limiting factor mean?
How does predation benefit ecosystems as it relates to carrying capacity?
In a forest ecosystem, which of the following is NOT an example of a limiting factor that would greatly affect a deer population?
Something in the environment that keeps a population from continuously growing.
What is the carrying capacity of the deer population in this graph?
Approximately how long does it take for the deer population to reach its carrying capacity?
What happens when a population overshoots the ecosystem’s carrying capacity?