They start fighting ,and one of organisms die
no two species can share the same niche
Likely competition. An organism's niche is the specific environment in which they live and procreate the best (which includes climate, food sources, places to live and escape from predators, etc.). An overlap of two different species niches means that the resources these organisms depend on are now in shorter supply. This means they must compete with the other organisms for survival
I do think it's possible to have two different niches because there would be no fighting over what
yes it is possible
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I have no idea.Ask a science teacherWhen the electron shells of two atoms overlap, a chemical bond will be formed.
Because a niche is an organisms place in an ecosystem, specific to only that organism and including its job and what is eats or is eaten by. Two different organisms can have similar niches, but they cannot have the exact same one.
The resultant wave has double the amplification
It depends. if the waves are in sync with each other, they will amplify. If they are out of sync, they will be negated.
the atomc orbitals overlap to produce molecular orbitals.
Yes. There are different niches in the same habitat.
Niche Overlap is when two species compete for the same limiting resource, therefore they overlap and develop similar traits.
There will be two unicellular organisms and the cycle continues.
Massive competition occurs when 2 organisms have the sane niche. The organisms are 2 species.
Competition has restricted the ranges of both species.
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A Lynx and a Snowshoe Hare
They have a party
When two primary colours overlap, it forms 'White Light'.