1. parasites 2. competition 3. disease
A density independent factor affects the members of a population regardless of population density, whereas a Density dependent factor affects a population because of the density of the population.
Density dependent, since the contagiousness of the epidemic depends on the density of the population.
Food supply is a density-dependent factor limiting population.
The student's report included density-dependent factors that showed how the size of the population varied with the density of that population.
a density dependent factor is a factor that limits a population more as a population density increases. so a density dependent limiting factor should be a factor that limits this happening.
Food, water, and natural resources are the most common examples of density-dependent factors.
Density-dependent limiting factor: A limiting factor whose effects depend on the size of the population depend on population density. The less dense the population, the less severe the effect of the limiting factor. Examples: Predation and disease Density-independent limiting factor: A limiting factor that has the same effect on a population regardless of its population density. Examples: Natural disasters and climate
Controls that have a significant affect on the population as density increases.
Density dependent limiting factors operate when population is large and crowded while density independent limiting factors operate independently of population numbers/density. Therefore, density independent limiting factors operate eith way wether the population is huge or not that huge.
The density dependent factors are factors whose effects on the size or growth of the population vary with the population density. Like density dependent limiting factors, the independent factor of death valley affects the population of the living things as well. However this time the factors are more Abiotic rather than biotic thing.
Inverse population density is when the population density decreases, the population growth rate also decreases. This is opposite to density dependent because here the population growth rate decreaes as population density increases.
A density-dependent factor is one where the effect of the factor on the size of the population depends upon the original density or size of the population. A disease is a good example of a density-dependent factor. If a population is dense and the individuals live close together, then each individual will have a higher probability of catching the disease than if the individuals had been living farther apart. Not only will a greater number of individuals be affected, but, more importantly, a greater proportion of the population will be affected if they are living close together. For example, bird populations are often regulated more by this type of regulation.
It is density dependent. Density dependent are factors that limit a population only when the population reaches a certain density, such as illness or disease, competition, predation, parasitism, etc.
a) Definition:A density-dependent factor is one where the effect of the factor on the size of the population depends upon the original density or size of the population. A disease is a good example of a density-dependent factor. If a population is dense and the individuals live close together, then each individual will have a higher probability of catching the disease than if the individuals had been living farther apart. Not only will a greater number of individuals be affected, but, more importantly, a greater proportion of the population will be affected if they are living close together. For example, bird populations are often regulated more by this type of regulation.b) Characteristic of the factor:In general, density-dependent factors are biological factors, such as diseases, parasites, competition, and predation.
Density dependent factors are factors that depend of the population (density). Such as food, water, and space Density Independent factors are factors that the population (density) depends on. Such as weather, natural disasters and random occurances.
Density dependent. Competition is affecting a large and dense population.this answer is wrong: the correct answer is:a small, scattered population
a density dependent limiting factor is something like disease... because you wouldn't have a disease if there was a population for it to prosper in so the disease is dependent on the population and can also limit the population because it can kill things off (limiting factor)
Two examples of density independent factors of the tundra biome are the extreme temperatures and the excessive winds. Two examples of density dependent factors are weather and competition between the species.
The density dependent factor refers to the factors that affect the size or growth of a given population density. The factors also affect the mortality rate and the birth rate of a population. Some of the density dependent factors are disease, parasitism, availability of food and migration.
Density-dependent factors are factors that limit population growth such as, a natural disaster, disease, drought, fire, etc.May I add, food supply also falls under the density-dependent factor that involves population growth. When this happens, population does not level off but usually plunges down. In the factor of disease, an example would be the Great Black Plegue in England. It wiped out many people in just weeks.
what are two factors in limiting the growth of a population? Density-Dependent Factors Density-Independent Factors