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What describes competition between organisms?
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The struggle between organisms for the limited resources in a habitat?
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What is Intraspecific competition and interspecific?
What statement best describes the relationship between competition and a free market system?
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What is the struggle between organisms t survive in a habitat with limited resources called?
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What are the major types of interactions among organisms?
Struggle that occurs between organisms for food water and energy when resources are limited?
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Why does competition between individuals of the same species tend to be greater than competition between individuals of different species?
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How do limited resources promote competition?
What happens if the niches of two organisms overlap?
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What is the study of relationships between organisms and their environment?
Ecology is the study of interactions between organisms and their environment. THis includes interactions organisms have with each other, as well as their abiotic environment. Ecologists often cover diversity, distribution, population of organisms, as well as the competition between them and among ecosystems.
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What is competition of organisms of different species called?
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Which phrase best describes the scramble for Africa?
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What is the struggle between organisms for limited resources in a habitat?
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What is the struggle between organisms to survive in a habitat with limited resources called?
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How does a competitive exclusion differs from ecological equivalents?
Gausse's competitive exclusion principle says that "no two organisms can have same niche but provided that competition must be there between two organisms".but if the two organisms sre separated by time or by space no competition would be there between them.In case of ecological equivalents the two species are separated by space(they have different habitat).