population

Population vs Comunity - What's the difference?

population | comunity |

Population vs Phylogeography - What's the difference?

population | phylogeography |


As nouns the difference between population and phylogeography

is that population is the people living within a political or geographical boundary while phylogeography is the study of the processes controlling the geographic distributions of lineages by constructing the genealogies of populations and genes.

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.

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