Consequences of population growth, Biology

The effects of unlimited population growth are as follows:

1.         Increase in unemployment.

2.          Low per capita income.

3.         Low living standard of people.

4.         Lack of basic amenities like food, shelter, clothes, water supply, sanitations, education, health etc.

5.         Environment damage due to over exploitation of natural resources.

6.         High crime rate.

 

 

Posted Date: 7/11/2012 7:55:14 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Consequences of population growth, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Consequences of population growth, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Consequences of population growth Discussions

Write discussion on Consequences of population growth
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Insect resistant crops (IRC) Insects are a natural selection pressure so plants resistant to certain insects could have an evolutionary advantage (in natural environments)

You have identified a protein in a cell that you know that comes from the human body. With respect to that protein you have also determined that it allows sodium ions to go through

Define Factors influencing  uptake from lumen to intestinal cells? inhibition by intrinsic matrix, inhibition by dietary fiber sources, differential crowding by

Biotin Biotin forms long, colourless needles or a white crystalline powder. It is sparingly soluble in cold water, but more soluble in hot water and dilute alkalis. Biotin is s

What is osteoblast The osteoblast is the key for the development of new bone. It is essential that a large number of osteoblasts accumulate on the implant surface(contact osteo

Q. How many cells are made after meiosis II and meiosis I? After meiosis II four cells are created, After Meiosis I two cells with already separated homologous are created

Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) - polymer of nucleotides containing genetic information that codes for proteins Nucleotide - a monomer of DNA consisting of a ribose/deoxyribose sug

Explain HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS is another example of  chronic infections.  Its existence was discovered recently in 1981. The spread  of  HIV infection  is widespread  and  can  pro

Define Requirements of Protein during Surgery? Negative nitrogen balance is the most common nutritional deficiency related to surgery. Reserves of protein in the tissues and pl

What key idea, contained in Malthus's essay on populations, helped Darwin formulate his theory of natural selection?