What is the finite rate of population increase?
C) The initial population size
D) The number of individuals each individual at time (t) contributes to the population at time (t + 1)
Which of the following would not be an example of density-dependent factors regulating population size?
A) The number of possible territories for robins is limited; thus when population sizes are high, a lower proportion of individuals can produce offspring.
B) In conditions of overcrowding, some desert pupfish living in ponds will emigrate to other ponds if given the opportunity.
C) Predation on mosquitofish is high, regardless of population size.
D) In conditions of high density, mice are more susceptible to mortality from heat stress.
Antagonistic social interactions are expected to result in a _______ distribution.
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