Population, Biology

Population was defined by Clarke in 1954.

The term population refers to the total number of individuals of a sp. occupying a particular geographic aera at a given time.

A sp. may have a single population or many population inhabiting diff. regions.

Population education is necessory for students to know about -

1.      Uncontrolled population leads to environmental pollution, depletion of natural resources extinction of species.

2.      Benefits to biosphere.

3.      Advantages of a small family names to human.

4.      Relation of population to the standards of life.

5.      Methods of slowing down the growth of human population.

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