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Q: An organism's life history: (Points : 5) are the same regardless of the species. includes characteristics such as age of first reproduction. are dependent on environmental
resistance. is dependent on parasites.
A: includes characteristics such as age of first reproduction.
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User: An organism's life history: (Points : 5) are the same regardless of the species. includes characteristics such as age of first reproduction. are dependent on environmental resistance. is dependent on parasites.

Weegy: includes characteristics such as age of first reproduction.
shifa saleheen|Points 9816|

User: Competitive exclusion is not as common as many biologists expected, in large part because (Points : 5) there just are not that many species of organisms on Earth. ecosystems are more homogeneous than was appreciated. even when two species share an identical niche, they find a way to cooperate. heterogeneous environments allow apparent competitors to occupy separate niches.

Weegy: heterogeneous environments allow apparent competitors to occupy separate niches.
patrick_hustla|Points 890|

User: In general, K-strategists have a (Points : 5) type I survivorship pattern and r-strategists have a type III survivorship pattern. type II survivorship pattern and r-strategists have a type I survivorship pattern. type II survivorship pattern and r-strategists have a type III survivorship pattern. type III survivorship pattern and r-strategists have a type II survivorship pattern.

Weegy: c. type II survivorship pattern and r-strategists have a type III survivorship pattern.
patrick_hustla|Points 890|

User: In an ecosystem, one species dying off due to competition for the same resources as another species is an example of: (Points : 5) intraspecific competition. the competitive exclusion principle. character displacement. resource partitioning.

Weegy: the competitive exclusion principle
PinkMummy|Points 160|

User: In an ecosystem, one species dying off due to competition for the same resources as another species is an example of: (Points : 5) intraspecific competition. the competitive exclusion principle. character displacement. resource partitioning.

Weegy: the competitive exclusion principle
PinkMummy|Points 160|

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