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How does population density differ from population size? a. Population size takes all organisms into account, while population density only takes specific age groups of the population into
account. b. Population size is the total number of organisms, while population density is the total number of organisms within a given area. c. Population size is the total number of organisms within a given area, while population density is the total number of organisms of a specific age. d. Population size is the total number of organisms of all species, while population density is the total number of organisms of a specific species.
B. Population size is the total number of organisms, while population density is the total number of organisms within a given area. population density is the number of people per unit of area usually per square kilometer or mile. [ Population density is a measurement of population per unit area or unit volume while Population size is the number of individual organisms in a population.
population size (Ne) is defined as "the number of breeding individuals in an idealized population that would show the same amount of dispersion of allele frequencies under random genetic drift or the same amount of inbreeding as the population under consideration. ]
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