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A group of individuals of the same species living in the same area.
What is a population?
In the scientific name Canis familiaris (dog)-- what is the 1st name called?
What is the 2nd name called?
1st: The genus name.
2nd: The species name.
Because when they interbreed their offspring (a mule) is sterile.
Why aren't a donkey and a horse members of the same species?
What is a community?
A group of populations living in the same area
It's made up of one species.
Is this a population or a community? Why?
In the scientific name Canis familiaris (dog)-- what is the 1st name called?
What is the 2nd name called?
1st: The genus name.
2nd: The species name.
Community. A community is a group of populations living in the same area.
Is this a population or a community?
How does an ecosystem differ from a community?
The ecosystem considers both the community and its interaction with the physical environment.