Aim: How many organisms can live in the same area? (Dispersal and sampling)

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This lesson teaches students about the three patterns of species dispersal, about population density and how to calculate it, and about how to sample a population in an area. Students do a “survey” of flowers in a printed area on their page and then count the flowers to see how their estimates compare to the actual flower population.
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Aim: How many organisms can live in the same area? (Disper
Aim: How many organisms can live in the same area? (Disper
Aim: How many organisms can live in the same area? (Disper
Aim: How many organisms can live in the same area? (Disper
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