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