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Which of the following species is a K-selected species? a. Redwood trees b. Fruit flies c. Algae d. Grasshoppers
The species that is a K-selected species is b. Fruit flies.
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User: Which of the following species is a K-selected species? a. Redwood trees b. Fruit flies c. Algae d. Grasshoppers

Weegy: The species that is a K-selected species is b. Fruit flies.
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User: Which of the following factors would have the least effect on the carrying capacity of an ecosystem? a. the total number of organisms b. the available water supply c. the available food supply d. competitive exclusion

Weegy: d. competitive exclusion would have the least effect on the carrying capacity of an ecosystem
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Which of the following species is a K-selected species? a. Redwood trees b. Fruit flies c. Algae d. Grasshoppers


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