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 3. Survivorship curves help to describe the reproductive strategy of a species.

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PostSubject: 3. Survivorship curves help to describe the reproductive strategy of a species.   03/03/09, 11:15 pm

• Survivorship curve- a generalized diagram showing the number of surviving members over time from a measured set of births
• Type I- common among large mammals and humans. Parents stay with young and ensure that they survive
• Type II- Usually die from disease or predation. Equal chance of living or dying
• Type III- Invertebrates, fish, amphibians, and plants. Many offspring die from predation, but a few make it to produce the next generation
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