superfecundity

Terms vs Superfecundity - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between terms and superfecundity

is that terms is while superfecundity is (biology) the tendency of organisms to produce more offspring than can possibly survive the geometric growth of a biological population beyond the resources of the environment.

Overpopulation vs Superfecundity - What's the difference?

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Overpopulation is a related term of superfecundity.


As nouns the difference between overpopulation and superfecundity

is that overpopulation is a situation which occurs when the number of occupants of an area exceeds the ability of that area to provide for those occupants while superfecundity is (biology) the tendency of organisms to produce more offspring than can possibly survive the geometric growth of a biological population beyond the resources of the environment.

Malthusianism vs Superfecundity - What's the difference?

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Malthusianism is a related term of superfecundity.


As nouns the difference between malthusianism and superfecundity

is that malthusianism is the viewpoint that population will always grow faster than the food supply that it needs to survive and prosper while superfecundity is (biology) the tendency of organisms to produce more offspring than can possibly survive the geometric growth of a biological population beyond the resources of the environment.

Malthusian vs Superfecundity - What's the difference?

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Malthusian is a related term of superfecundity.


As an adjective malthusian

is of, or relating to malthus or his views on human population and world resources.

As a noun superfecundity is

(biology) the tendency of organisms to produce more offspring than can possibly survive the geometric growth of a biological population beyond the resources of the environment.