What is niche overlap?
Niche Overlap is when two species compete for the same limiting resource, therefore they overlap and develop similar traits.
no two species can share the same niche Read More
There are various ways to reduce niche overlap in animals. You should start by ensuring that animals access sufficient resources so that they do not compete for the same resources. Read More
In competition Read More
Why is competition between members of the same species more likely to be more intense then that between 2 different species?
Because they are members of the same species, they have the same niche, that is the same needs for their food, shelter, breeding etc. Since they overlap on all levels, they compete for everything, whereas members of 2 different species will only compete with some common needs. Essentially, the differences that make them different species is a part of their niche that they do not overlap, but membes of the same species will overlap. Read More
If an overlap develops between the ranges of two closely related species and if the species occupy the same niche in the zone of overlap what will probably happen in the zone of overlap?
Most commonly one species will push the other out of the overlap but under some circumstances their populations balance against each other and the will coexist. Some relationships are very stable with even population declines eventually rebounding to a particular point but in others a small shift in population sizes can lead to one species displacing the other. Read More
Mostly they will get along together, depending upon the species. Other wise they will not get along. Lions and Hyenas get along more or less, but do squabble. But cattle and lions or hyena do not get along, even though they occupy the same niche. By definition, carnivores must occupy some one else's niche. But in a field, cattle, horses and sheep will coexist happily. Birds by and large do not seem to have this… Read More
No. The fundemental niche is the largest possible niche a population can exist in. If the realized niche becomes larger so does the fundemental niche Read More
the niche is in the forest up in the trees. the niche is in the forest up in the trees. the niche is in the forest up in the trees. the niche is in the forest up in the trees. the niche is in the forest up in the trees. Read More
a niche is a special role in which a animal has . a niche is a special role in which a animal has . Read More
Fundamental niche is always larger Read More
A niche is a role an organism plays in the environment. NO TWO ORGANISMS CAN HAVE THE SAME NICHE!!! Read More
ligers dnt have a niche they dnt occer in the wild so they dnt have a niche. Read More
overlap repulsion in physics is repulsion overlapped Read More
Some synonyms of the term overlap are extend along and fold over. The word overlap is defined as to lie over something else or the winged or extended part of an object. Read More
in a neighborhood alot of people contribute,that is called a niche. for example your niche is that u shovel snow with your nieghbors that's ur niche . Read More
The ecological niche was shrinking rapidly. The computer expert had found his niche in the business world. The idol was sitting in a small niche in the wall of the temple. Read More
In most uses, "niche" is a noun. Nouns refer to a person, place, or thing. A niche is a thing. However, there are occasions when "niche" gets used as an adjective. In the phrase "niche marketing," "niche" modifies :marketing," so it's an adjective in that usage. Read More
A niche is an organism's job in it's environment. So a dog niche is it's job. :-) Read More
a niche is where an animal lives.and the niche of a field mouse would be a burrow in the ground. Read More
A niche is place that a species fills. Plants fill a niche as herbivores eat them. Bacteria fill a niche as they decompose dead animals and help recycle them. Read More
The role, or niche, or the Dingo is to be a predator. Read More
The niche of a snake will vary depending upon the snake and its food habit. There is no standard niche for a snake. Read More
A niche is a particular place for things. Each person fills a particular niche in society and in their workplace. A niche can also be a shelf like opening in a wall or solid surface. Read More
The niche is the set of physical conditions and biological interactions that an organism has in its natural habitat. The niche is multidimensional, meaning that it has multiple factors, so we don't just talk about an organism's niche in terms of where it lives, or what it does, or what type of food it eats, or what sorts of climate conditions it thrives in, etc., but instead, all of those factors (and more) are part… Read More