Population density From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Country Population density in inhabitants per

km ² Population density indicates the number of people or people that make up the population in an area per unit of land area in that zone. The human population density shows the distribution of population in an area, be ing generally higher in urban than in rural areas. Indicates the number of peopl e living per unit area and is usually expressed in inhabitants per km ². In 200 6, world population density was estimated at 49 inhabitants / km ². Crude mortality rate From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from mortality) Jump to: navigation, search mortality is a demograph ic term used to designate a proportionate number of deaths in a population and t ime. Thus, we define the crude death rate as the demographic indicator that indi cates the number of deaths in a population per thousand inhabitants, over a peri od of time usually a year. ⠢ ⠢ m: mortality rate F: quantity d P: total population Immigration rate From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search immigration rate is an expression that sets the numb er of individuals entering, from other human populations, to a certain area. The calculation is performed per 1,000 population during a period of one year in a given area. The migrations are influenced primarily by economic factors and, in general, are controlled by governments of different countries. Rate of Population Growth Map. The rate of population growth (TCP) is the increase of the population of a count ry in a given period, usually one year, expressed as a percentage of the populat ion at the beginning of the period. It reflects the number of births and deaths during the period and the number of immigrants and emigrants in the country Special Distribution ⠢ Summary: o For two full years (1997-1999) were collected rain water infiltration under the covers and drainage in three forest plots with Pinus radiata in Galic ia with similar climatic conditions and season. The sampling was done using natu ral sequences of rain, pluviolavado data obtained at different points in order t o establish the spatial variability of water inputs to the system. The results h ighlight the important role that can perform this kind, when freight reaches ove r 20 m, in soil environments with heavy annual rainfall (> 1500 mm / year), gene rating concentric micro-evolution, with cash flow intensities may vary between 1 000 and 15000 l/m2/año from the ends of the cups to areas closer to the trunks. Compared to non-forested land The genetic variability refers to variations in the genetic material of a popula tion or species, and includes the nuclear genome, mitochondrial and ribosomal as well as the genomes of other organelles. The new genetic variability may be cau sed by mutations, recombination, and changes in karyotype (number, shape, size a nd internal arrangement of chromosomes). The processes that eliminate genetic va riability are natural selection and genetic drift. Variability is the raw materi

al of evolution. For that natural selection may act on a character, there must b e something to select, ie several alleles for the gene that encodes that charact er.