When responses in a population are unlimited which growth is observed?

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Editor">Editor Staff asked 2 months ago

When responses in a population are unlimited which growth is observed?
 
(a) Logistic growth
 
(b) Decreasing growth
 
(c) Lag phase growth
 
(d) Exponential growth
 
I have been asked this question in an international level competition.
 
This interesting question is from Growth Models topic in division Organisms and Populations of Biology – Class 12

1 Answers
Editor">Editor Staff answered 2 months ago

Right answer is (d) Exponential growth
 
For explanation: An exponential growth is observed when resources in the population are unlimited. The population grows in geometric fashion and results in a J-shaped curve.