Malthus theory of human population growth, Biology

MALTHUS THEORY OF HUMAN POPULATION GROWTH -

Malthus put forward in 1778.

1.       Population grows in geometrical ratio, where as the means grow in arithmetical ratio.

2.       Faster growth of population creats imbalance between the two

 

population  = 1 / food, space & reproductive area

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