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Population
Make an
Example of Me
Interactions
Population
Characteristics
Growth
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Vocabulary
Final Jeopardy
C1 $100
The number of organisms
per unit area
C1? $100
What is population
density?
C1 $200
The pattern of spacing of
a population
C1 $200
What is distribution (or
dispersion)?
C1 $300
The study of the size,
density, distribution, and
movement of human
populations
C1 $300
What is demography?
C1 $400
The shape of a population
pyramid for a rapidly
expanding nation.
C1 $400
What is very broadbased?
C1 $500
This type of reproductive
strategy is more likely used
in biomes that undergo
frequent changes in biotic
or abiotic factors.
C1 $500
What are r-selected
strategies?
C2 $100
Type of growth that slows
or stops after a period of
exponential growth, at the
population’s carrying
capacity.
C2 $100
What is logistical growth?
C2 $200
Slow population growth
initially that increases
rapidly as more organisms
reach reproductive age.
C2 $200
What is exponential
growth?
C2 $300
[(b + i) – (d + e)]
N
C2 $300
What is per capita
population growth rate?
C2 $400
The term used to
describe the number of
individuals moving into an
area.
C2 $400
What is immigration?
C2 $500
Habitat, availability of
food, and predation are
examples of these types of
things that cause
population growth to slow.
C2 $500
What are limiting factors?
C3 $100
The members of a single
species that share the
same geographic location at
the same time.
C3 $100
What is a population?
C3 $200
The number of individuals
moving away from a
population.
C3 $200
What is
emigration?
C3 $300
The population size that
can be supported
indefinitely by an
ecosystem without
destroying that
ecosystem.
C3 $300
What is carrying
capacity?
C3 $400
This type of reproductive
strategy is most commonly
seen in long-lived
organisms who have and
care for a few offspring
at a time.
C3 $400
What are K-selected
strategies?
C3 $500
Hurricanes, tornadoes,
flooding, extreme heat or
cold, and fire are examples.
C3 $500
What are densityindependent factors?
C4 $100
A corn field, a Christmas
tree farm, a male black
bear.
C4 $100
What are
examples of
uniform
dispersal
patterns?
C4 $200
Parasites, disease,
competition, and
predation.
C4 $200
What are examples of
density-dependent
factors?
C4 $300
A school of fish, a herd of
bison, a murder of crows.
C4 $300
What are examples of
clumped distribution?
C4 $400
Elephants, humans, and
whales.
C4 $400
What are examples of Kstrategists?
C4 $500
Canada, New Zealand,
Germany, Brazil.
C4 $500
What are
examples of
countries
with stable
population
growth?
C5 $100
When one organism or
population benefits while
another suffers a loss.
C5 $100
What is antagonism
(predation, grazing,
parasitism)?
C5 $200
Occurs between different
species.
C5 $200
What are interspecific
interactions?
In this type of
relationship, the graph
of the interacting
populations looks like
this:
C5 $300
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What is a predator-prey
relationship?
C5 $400
Interaction between
organisms where neither
one benefits.
C5 $400
What is competition?
C5 $500
When species evolve to live
harmoniously with others
by using only a portion of
the resources that both
species need.
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What is
resource
partitioning
?
C1 final
The final Jeopardy answer is:
The three types of
ecological pyramids
Timer
Final
What are pyramids of
numbers, biomass, and
energy?