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What are the things that affect population growth?
number of births, deaths, and number of people who enter and leave the population.
people
Density dependent limiting factor
limiting factor that depends on population size
population size
density independent limiting factor
limiting factor that affects all populations in similar ways regardless the pop. size
all populations
carrying capacity
largest # of individuals a given environment can support
most people in an area
examples of limiting factors
competion, predation, diseasse, parasitism
CDPP
Relationship between birth rate, death rate, immigration, and emmigration
affect population size
pop. size
biodiversity
sum total of genetically based variety of all organisms in the biosphere
all living things in bioshpere
endangered species
population size declining in a way that place it in danger of extinction
extinction
conservation biology
describe wide management of natural resources
natural resources
nucleus
large, membrane enlcosed structure, DNA
DNA
cytoplasm
portion of cell outside nucleus-fluid organelles
fluid organelles
cell wall
strong supportive layer around the membrane, PLANTS
PLANTS
chloroplasts
captures suns energy and converts it to chem. energy-green, sunlight, plant
sunlight
nucleolus
assembly of ribosomes begins
ribosome
golgi apparatus
modifies, sorts, and packages protein and other material for storage outside cell
package
lysosome
small organelles filled w/ enzymes
digestion
mitochondria
convert chemical energy into compounds for useful to cell use
energy
endoplasmic reticulum
lipid components of cell membrane assembles
assembly
ribosome
protiens assembled
protien
vacuaole
stores water, salts, proteins, carbs
storage
organelle
little organs
organs
chromatin
consists of DNA bound to protein
DNA/protein
DNA
genetic material
gene
functions of cell membrane
regulates what enters and leaves the cell
regulate
osmosis
diffusion of water thru a selectively permeable membrane
diffusion of water
diffusion
area of high concentration to low concentration
high to low
Leeuwenhoeke
designed microscope, first to see living things in drop of water
microscope
robert hooke
veiwed slices of cork, saw boxes, named them cells
cell
PROKARYOTES
no nucleus, bacteria
no nucleus
eukaryotes
has a nucleus, plants, animals, protists, fungi
has nucleus
functions of cytoskeleton
helps maintain cell shape, involved in forms of cell movement
skeleton
hypotonic
below strength
below
hypertonic
above strength
above
isotonic
same strengeth
same