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Integrated Biology: Reading Outline Chapter 2: Populations Pages 25-38 Reading Summaries: 14pts Heading Where Main Ideas Found Populations: Page 25 Introduction

Individuals, Populations, and Environment 2.1 Populations Are Made Up of Individuals

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2.2 Four Rates Determine Population Size

Pages 26-27

2.3 The Environment Limits Population Size

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2.4 Abiotic and Biotic Factors Work Together to Influence Population Size

Pages 28-30

Name ___________________________________________ Score: _____/24pts

2.5 Population Density May Fluctuate

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2.6 Populations May Spread to Neighboring Areas

Pages 30-31

2.7 Barriers Can Prevent Dispersal

Pages 31-32

Human Populations Pages 2.8 Few Barriers Prevent 32-33 Human Dispersal

2.9 Earth’s Carrying Capacity Is Limited

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2.10 Uneven Distribution of Food May Limit Population Size

Pages 34-35

2.11 Human Activities Can Change the Environment

Pages 35-36

2.12 Managing Earth Requires Global Cooperation

Pages 36, 38

Biology Today Famine in Africa

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Vocabulary Terms (10pts) Vocabulary Term Definition Population Rate

Mortality Natality Immigration Emigration Environment Biotic factor Abiotic factor Limiting factor Resources Carrying capacity Homeostasis Density Dispersal Famine calorie kcal Closed population Open population

Chapter 2 reading outline  
Chapter 2 reading outline