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  1. In every population of bacteria, random mutations acquired during cell division... into the environment, the antibiotic exerts selective pressure on that population to select for the most resistant bacteria. The most susceptible ...

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  2. ... major? Sorry, but as I am someone who loves Biology , I just find it hard to answer a question phrased in the form: "...

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  3. ... the same effect on any animal. More resources= larger population , less resources= smaller population .

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  4. The amount of resources available, the number of individuals reproducing, the habitat area available, etc

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  5. Limited resources and predators...

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  6. Population change = (births - deaths) + (immigrants - emigrants...time between the origin of parent(s) and the origin of offspring. If the entire population is asexual so every individual can reproduce and they have very short generations...

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  7. ...to grow to their potential and prevent over crowding. 2. Deer populations are controlled by selectively hunting the weak members...

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  8. ...would provide a selective advantage, and therefore over time the average lead tolerance of the population would increase.

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  9. ...t know q) 2. it's the rule of statistics, every sample differs from the population (sample error) 3.you're right. cause HbS is more resistent to malaria...

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  10. ...quot;hard" sciences, is poorly understood by the general population . Biology has one thing different to physics and chemistry, though, that make it more...

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