Fecundity is important and well studied in the field of population ecology. Fecundity can increase or decrease in a population according to current conditions and certain regulating factors. For instance, in times of hardship for a population such as a lack of food, juvenile and eventually adult fecundity has been shown to decrease.
Fecundity has also been shown to increase in ungulates with relation to warmer weather.
Fecundity of Cancer johngarthi carvacho 1989 (Decapoda: Brachyura: Cancridae) from Southern Baja California's western coast, Mexico.
Dec 01, 2006; ABSTRACT Fifty-two ovigerous females of Cancer johngarthi were caught from the Baja California Peninsula's western coast, Mexico....
Fecundity of shortspine thornyhead (Sebastolobus alascanus) and longspine thornyhead (S. altivelis) (Scorpaenidae) from the northeastern Pacific Ocean, determined by stereological and gravimetric techniques *.
Jan 01, 2005; Abstract--Fecundity was estimated for shortspine thornyhead (Sebastolobus alascanus) and longspine thornyhead (S....