web quiz 23 - Unlike the concept of a species' habitat, the...

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Unlike the concept of a species' habitat, the concept of a species' ecological niche includes: Feedback on your choices will appear here. details of the development of individuals of the species. not just where members of species do live, but also where they might potentially live. not just where the species lives, but how it interacts with and utilizes resources about it. specific adaptations acquired by a species which help it to live in a given area. allopatric interactions, while the concept of habitat deals with sympatric interactions. There is a tree which produces fruits which can only germinate in the open sun and after being exposed to high levels of acid. The trees are long lived and tend to drop their fruits in shaded areas. Rhinos find these fruits to be very delicious and will leave their accustomed grasslands to eat these fruits when they are in season. The seeds are then dropped in the open grasslands in the rhino's dung after passing through their digestive tract. This interaction would best be characterized as a form of: Feedback on your choices will appear here. commensalism. mutualism. predation. parasitism. competition A stable population of a species of deer had existed in an area for dozens of generations. But a fire comes through the area. To describe the changes that the surviving members of this population will next experience the
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