population

Population vs Panmixia - What's the difference?

population | panmixia |


As nouns the difference between population and panmixia

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while panmixia is (ecology) a situation in which an individual is just as likely to mate with another randomly chosen individual as any other in the population.

Population vs Subpopulation - What's the difference?

population | subpopulation |


As nouns the difference between population and subpopulation

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while subpopulation is a subdivision of a population.

Population vs Underpopulated - What's the difference?

population | underpopulated |


As a noun population

is the people living within a political or geographical boundary.

As an adjective underpopulated is

having an insufficient population for economic viability.

Population vs Malapportionment - What's the difference?

population | malapportionment |


As nouns the difference between population and malapportionment

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while malapportionment is (politics) any system where one group has significantly more influence than another, such as when voting districts are unevenly spread out across a population (compare gerrymandering).

Population vs Inbreeding - What's the difference?

population | inbreeding |


In context|biology|lang=en terms the difference between population and inbreeding

is that population is (biology) a collection of organisms of a particular species, sharing a particular characteristic of interest, most often that of living in a given area while inbreeding is (biology) breeding between members of a relatively small population, especially one in which most members are related.

As nouns the difference between population and inbreeding

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while inbreeding is (biology) breeding between members of a relatively small population, especially one in which most members are related.

As a verb inbreeding is

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Population vs Deme - What's the difference?

population | deme |


As nouns the difference between population and deme

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while deme is a township or other subdivision of ancient.

Population vs Overpopulated - What's the difference?

population | overpopulated |


As a noun population

is the people living within a political or geographical boundary.

As a verb overpopulated is

(overpopulate).

As an adjective overpopulated is

having a higher population than can be sustained in an area.

Population vs Allometric - What's the difference?

population | allometric |


As a noun population

is the people living within a political or geographical boundary.

As an adjective allometric is

of or pertaining to allometry.

Population vs Tertile - What's the difference?

population | tertile |


In context|statistics|lang=en terms the difference between population and tertile

is that population is (statistics) a group of units (persons, objects, or other items) enumerated in a census or from which a sample is drawn while tertile is (statistics) any one of the three groups so divided.

As nouns the difference between population and tertile

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while tertile is (statistics) any of the two points that divide an ordered distribution into three parts, each containing a third of the population.

Population vs Convivium - What's the difference?

population | convivium |


As nouns the difference between population and convivium

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while convivium is (ecology) a geographically isolated population of a species that shows differentiation from other populations of the same species; becomes a subspecies or ecotype.

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