Bullfrogs can shed disproportionately large amounts of Bd into the environment acting as a “super-spreader”. They often host intense infections while suffering minimal consequences from the pathogen. This is an example of ______.
Frogs are generally __-selected.
How would you model a frog population that breeds once per year?
A) Age-structured population model
B) Logistic growth model
C) Discrete-time model
D) Exponential growth model
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