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Peter J. Russell + 2 others
ISBN: 9781305389892
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Are the effects of infectious diseases on populations more likely to be density-dependent or density-independent?

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Whether the effects of infectious diseases on populations are more likely to be density-dependent or density-independent.

Introduction:

Different factors influence population size as well as other characteristics through time. Density-dependent factors are often known to regulate population size. Density-independent factors have an impact on increasing global climate change. Infectious diseases are disorders that are caused by microorganisms.

Explanation

Infectious diseases are the diseases that are caused by pathogenic microorganisms such as the bacteria, viruses, and others. Larger the population of the pathogenic microbes, stronger is the disease-spread...

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