ZoologyMatch the columns I and II, and choose the correct combination from the options given. Column I Column II(a)B+I>D+E(i)’N’ increases(b)B+1

Match the columns I and II, and choose the correct combination from the options given.

 Column I Column II
(a)B+I>D+E(i)'N' increases
(b)B+1<D+E(ii)'N' decreases
(c)B+I=D+E(iii)'N' stable
 (a)(b)(c)
1.iiiiii
2.iiiiii
3.iiiiii
4.iiiiii

  1. A

    1

  2. B

    2

  3. C

    3

  4. D

    4

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    The population density (N) increases when the sum of births (B) and immigration (I) exceeds the sum of deaths (D) and emigration (E), i.e., B+I > D+E. The population remains stable when B+I = D+E. The population declines when B+I < D+E.

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