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What do you call a pattern of population distribution where the population is dispersed with equal density throughout its habitat? A. Uniform dispersion B. Random dispersion C. Clumped dispersion D. Scattered dispersion
A pattern of population distribution where the population is dispersed with equal density throughout its habitat is known as uniform dispersion.
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