lect 32 - lecture 32 monogamous species - competition for...

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lecture 32 monogamous species - competition for mate by female heram - 1 male (dominant) and are in control of pack of females. drive other males out while tehre are still "sneekers" that come in and mate with a female. \ competition - teh use or attempted use of limited resource by 2 or more populations or members of teh same population. interspecific - between 2 or more species intraspecific - within species gouches princile. competitetive exclusion. competitive exclusion - if 2 species are competing over a limited resource, then one species wil be able to use it more efficiently than the other and the one using it more efficiently will kill off teh other less effiecient species. competitive selection. competitionbetween species is likely intense the more similar then ecological requirements. spcies occupying similar niches will tend to evolve to minimize competition over time. store will use resource better than otehr stores. K - carrying capacity is teh limiting resources. competition
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2010 for the course BIO 1B taught by Professor Carlson,mischel,power during the Spring '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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