What are the names of sharp periodic fluctuations in the population size?

Waves of life – fluctuations in the number of populations characteristic to one degree or another for all living organisms. The waves of life can be seasonal (periodic), genetically determined, and non-seasonal (aperiodic), due to the impact on the population of various environmental factors.

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