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5 - Population notes.docx

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Biology
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BIOL 111
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Lynn Norman

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Sajad NiyyatiPopulation PotentialWe not only need the population size but also number of individuals in different classes ages sexesClumped distribution if you go to certain areas you will more likely be able to find a particular species because of shelter food etc Uniform distribution They are as separate from each other as possible because of competition To minimize the interactions between themIf we introduce another organism other organisms will move as far from each other as possible to make the distribution uniformUniform distribution happens locally Within a clumped distribution there can be a uniform distribution Clumped distribution most of the time happens globally ie not locally Random Distribution happens randomly Seeds randomly grow anywhere where wind drops them If organisms are clumped distributed when you find one individual there is a high chance of finding other organisms in the same a
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