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Competition in Ecosystems

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What is an interaction between organisms that rely on the same resources? Competition
What is a self-contained living thing? Organism
What do we call a source from which all things benefit? Resource
What is it called when two or more members of the same species live in the same habitat? Population
What is a specific environment in which an organism lives? Ecosystem
What is an example of competition? Lions and coyotes hunting for the same food.
Competition becomes more important as the number of individuals _____________. Increases
Competition becomes more important as the availability of resources _____________. Decreases
In an ecosystem, what do organisms and populations with similar needs compete over? Food, water, shelter
How does competition limit the amount of individuals in populations? Some organisms die off because they can't obtain the resources.
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