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Competition, predation, and parasitism are _______ factors influencing population growth. A. statistic B. logistic C. density independent D. density dependent
Competition, predation, and parasitism are density dependent factors influencing population growth.
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Competition, predation, and parasitism are density dependent factors influencing population growth.
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In biology, taxonomy means A. animals competing for resources. B. displaying hunted animals as a trophy. C. paying a tax on animal based products. D. identifying and naming organisms.
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In biology, taxonomy means identifying and naming organisms.
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