Chapter 5 Lesson 3 - How Populations Survive
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    Chapter 5 Lesson 3 - How Populations Survive Chapter 5 Lesson 3 - How Populations Survive Presentation Transcript

    • How Populations Survive Chapter 5, Lesson 3 limiting factor carrying capacity endangered species extinct threatened species
    • limiting factor – anything thatcontrols the growth or survival ofa population predators predators camouflage food sources
    • carrying capacity – the maximumpopulation size that theresources in an area can support
    • endangered species – a speciesthat is in danger of becomingextinctClick here to enter the linkClick here to enter the link
    • extinct – a species that hasdied out completely Click here to enter the link Click here to enter the link
    • threatened species – a speciesthat may become endangered
    • urban growth – the movementfrom a rural (country) area to anurban (city) area
    • pollution – when theair, water, or soil is dirtied bychemicals and/or trash
    • strip mining – when people carvethe land to get rocks that arenear the surface
    • fertilizer – chemicals used tomake plants grow moreeffectively
    • agriculture – farming; cultivatingor growing plants for food or tomeet other needs and wants