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For this assessment you will: 1. examine the animals and plants that live around your home or in a local park 2. choose one kind of plant or animal that lives there 3. identify the specific species name of the plant or animal that you chose 4. choose five factors that might limit the size of population of this species 5. identify each of your five limiting factors as a biotic or abiotic factor You will record this information in the assignment worksheet.

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  1. anonymous
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    @Koikkara

  2. Koikkara
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    Hmm, write the way you know, and i'll guide you, correcting it.. alright...? \(Carry~On..\)

  3. anonymous
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    lets start with step 1

  4. anonymous
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    @Koikkara

  5. anonymous
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    can you help me, i don't understand

  6. Koikkara
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    alright, do you got to parks or garden?

  7. anonymous
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    not really

  8. Koikkara
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    well, which places you go for shopping ?

  9. anonymous
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    the mall

  10. anonymous
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    actually i do go to parks sometimes

  11. Koikkara
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    \(this~window~too~short~to~help~you~understand~!!~Nevermind~!\)

  12. anonymous
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    and then we have to record the info to here

  13. Koikkara
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    \(Check~Pm~!\)

  14. anonymous
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  15. Koikkara
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    1. you have gone to parks.... << \(It's~Clear~!\)

  16. anonymous
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    ok

  17. Koikkara
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    2. Plant Selected: Rose plant ...<< \(It's ~Clear~!\)

  18. anonymous
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    ok but how are we going to put the info into the boxes.. are we going to do that at the end after we finish all the steps?

  19. Koikkara
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    You can sort it out yourself, when all the steps of understanding how to solve is done..

  20. anonymous
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    ok

  21. Koikkara
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    3. Identification of rose plant : \(Rose~Flower\) The name rose comes from French, itself from Latin rosa, belongs to the family \(Rosaceae\). There are over 100 species and thousands of cultivars. They form a group of plants that can be erect shrubs, climbing or trailing with stems that are often armed with sharp wingspanles. Flowers vary in size and shape and are usually large and showy, in colours ranging from white through yellows and reds. Most species are native to Asia, with smaller numbers native to Europe, North America, and northwest Africa. \(Does~it~Help~?\)

  22. anonymous
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    yea

  23. anonymous
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    so step 4 ?

  24. anonymous
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    @Koikkara

  25. Koikkara
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    Step 4.\( The~5~ factors~ that ~ limit~ the ~size~ of~ population~!~\)

  26. anonymous
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    which are?

  27. Koikkara
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    Limiting factor is a factor that causes population growth to decrease. \(Can~you~say~what~kills~rose~plants~?\)

  28. Koikkara
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    1. ?

  29. anonymous
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    what?

  30. Koikkara
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    1. _______ limiting factor.?

  31. anonymous
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    oh you want me to write the first limiting factor?

  32. Koikkara
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    Ofcourse... Write it down, it helps later..

  33. anonymous
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    1. density-dependent limiting factor.

  34. Koikkara
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    Good !! \(Ref:\) Other \(Limiting~ Factors\) The following are regarded as the most important environmental factors · Temperature · Moisture supply · Radiant energy · Composition of the atmosphere · Soil aeration and soil structure · Soil reaction · Biotic factors · Supply of mineral nutrients · Absence of growth-restricting substances

  35. Koikkara
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    About \(How~They~Limits\) http://broome.soil.ncsu.edu/ssc051/Lec3.htm

  36. anonymous
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    ok so i will pick 4 more because i need 5 limiting factors i pick.. temperature moisture supply radiant energy soil reaction :)

  37. anonymous
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    ok wait so is this how I'm supposed to do it?

  38. Koikkara
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    Ofcourse, you know to answer such questions, Now !

  39. anonymous
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    ok but i still need help hold on.. is density-dependent biotic or abiotic?

  40. Koikkara
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    Density-dependent factors are most often biotic variables. Biotic variables are all of the living organisms within an ecosystem.

  41. anonymous
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    ok so biotic :)

  42. Koikkara
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    \(\large\rm\color{green}{Correct~!}\)

  43. anonymous
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    and i need a Description of how this limits the population of the species you selected

  44. Koikkara
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    do u remember the example i gave 100 flowers in the pot for 2 ?

  45. anonymous
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    yea but can you tell me it again in a full sentence please :)

  46. Koikkara
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    Density-dependent factors operate only when the population density reaches a certain level. These factors operate most strongly when a population is large and dense. For example, when you plant 100 flowering plants it die -off because they compete for food, water space, sunlight and other essentials.

  47. Koikkara
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    and the rest... you can find from the link, \(Scroll~Up~!\)

  48. Koikkara
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    \(\large\rm\color{green}{Nice~to~meet~you~!}\)

  49. anonymous
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    okay awesome thanks!

  50. anonymous
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    @Koikkara

  51. anonymous
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    ok so is temperature biotic or abiotic?

  52. Koikkara
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    In \(general\) ( for all limiting factors) There are two categories of these factors: abiotic and biotic. Abiotic factors are the non-living parts of the environment that can often have a major influence on living organisms. Abiotic factors include water, sunlight, oxygen, soil and temperature.

  53. anonymous
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    so ABIOTIC!

  54. Koikkara
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    \(100\100~marks\)

  55. anonymous
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    ok so i need a Description of how this limits the population of the temperature

  56. Koikkara
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    Living things- biotic non living things - Abiotic. \(Descriptions\) Check the link. \(Cheers~!\)

  57. anonymous
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    but i like the description you give me :)

  58. anonymous
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    please! :) @Koikkara

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