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The relationship in which the populations of both species are adversely affected (--).
Interspecific Competition.
Two types of Interspecific Competition?
Exploitation and Interference.
The four possible outcomes of interspecific competition?
In two, one species wins out over the other. The other outcome occurs when each species inhibits the other species more than its own growth. the last occurs when neither species can achieve a density capable of eliminating the other.
The full range of conditions and resources to which it is adapted and free from interference from other species
Fundamental Niche.
The portion of the fundamental niche that a species actually exploits in the presence of competitors is its?
Realized Niche.
When two or more organisms use a portion of the same resource simultaneously, be it food or habitat?
Niche Overlap.