Survivorship Curves. Survivorship Curve:. A graph that represents the data in a life table , an age-specific summary of the survival pattern of a population. It plots the proportion or the number of survivors in the population for every age.
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Specific points allow exact number of survivors to be visible
Types I, II, and III all have varying life spans and survivorship curves compare them
Examples: humans and many large mammals
Examples: squirrels and other rodents, vertebrates, some lizards and some annual plants
Examples: long-lived plants, many fishes, marine invertebrates, oysters
In Populations not experiencing emigration or immigration, the determinants are…