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Which one of the following interspecies relationships has a negative effect on both species? A. Parasitism b. Competition c. Predation d. Commensalism
A. Competition: an interspecies relationships has a negative effect on both species. Competition (-. -): Plants are competing for the same resource decreasing the to total fitness and/ orgrowth of both species.
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User: Which one of the following interspecies relationships has a negative effect on both species? A. Parasitism b. Competition c. Predation d. Commensalism

Weegy: A. Competition: an interspecies relationships has a negative effect on both species. Competition (-. -): Plants are competing for the same resource decreasing the to total fitness and/ orgrowth of both species.
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User: The life history pattern in which population growth is logistic is called A. Biotic potential B. Equilibrium pattern C. Opportunistic pattern D. Population density

Weegy: The life history pattern in which population growth is logistic is called: A. equilibrium pattern.
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User: Study the following food chain: grass > snakes > rabbits > hawks. From this chain, you can correctly assume that each population A. Is a species of herbivores. B. Is always larger than the one before it. C. Supports the next trophic level. D. Is a carnivore

Weegy: From this chain, you can correctly assume that each population A. supports the next tropic level.
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User: During exponential growth, the rate of growth A. Starts slowly and then accelerates. B. Declines consistently over time. C. Starts quickly and then levels off. D. Remains steady over time.

Weegy: During exponential growth, the rate of growth C. starts slowly and then accelerates.
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User: Which of the following phrases describes many countries within Asia and Africa? A. MDCs experiencing rapid population growth B. LCDs experiencing rapid population growth C. MDCs experiencing slow population growth D. LCDs experiencing slow population growth

Weegy: Hello.B. LCDs experiencing rapid population growth - describes many countries within Asia and Africa Thank you.[ ]
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