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Which is not a difference between a population showing exponential growth and a population showing logistic growth?

a. food limits b. disease limits c. carrying capacity d. mutatio...

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Which is not a difference between a population showing exponential growth and a population showing logistic growth?

a. food limits
b. disease limits
c. carrying capacity
d. mutation rate

Answer

Mutation rate is not considered a difference between an exponential or logistic growth population.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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