What is plant population ecology?
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Also asked, what is the plant population?
Plant population refers to the NUMBER of plants per unit area of land. Example: 40 000 plants per hectare (e.g. cabbage) or. 100 plants per square metre (e.g. carrot) Plant spacing, on the other hand, refers to the ARRANGEMENT of plants on the area planted.
Subsequently, question is, what is plant population dynamics? plant dynamics is that the majority of species are successional; their recruitment depends. through senescence or disturbance, of the dominant plants.
Thereof, what is population ecology theory?
Population ecology theory proposes that change occurs at the population level. and is a result of the process of organizational selection and replacement (Carroll, 1988). An individual organization's survival is then based on environmental selection of those.
What is a example of a population?
Population is the number of people or animals in a particular place. An example of population is over eight million people living in New York City. YourDictionary definition and usage example.