What is the difference between density-independent and density-dependent dispersal?
A) Density-dependent dispersal decreases with distance and density-independent does not
B) Density-independent dispersal is usually passive while density-dependent dispersal is dictated by population size and resource competition
C) Density-independent dispersal is dictated by population size and resource competition while density-dependent dispersal is usually passive.
If R0 = 0.56, what do you think the growth trajectory of the population is?
C) Staying the same
Why does reproductive value increase over time for individuals that have not yet reached the age at
which reproduction is physiologically possible?
A) They have a high age-specific fecundity
B) They have an increasing chance of surviving to reproduce
C) They have a type I survivorship curve
D) Their competitive ability increases
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