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Countries develop more stable economies when organisms

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Unformatted text preview: pture rate of prey by a predator depends on the abundance of the prey The numbers and relative abundances of species across a region that includes numerous local habitats The sinking and mixing action that occurs in many water systems due to the relationship between density and water temperature The needs and role of a species in a habitat when competition and other biotic interactions are present Regions defined by broad vegetation types determined by patterns of precipitation and temperature The shift from high birth and death rates to low rates, known to occur as countries develop more stable economies When organisms directly prevent others from having access to a limiting resource, thereby increasing their own fitness A measure of the ability of a community to persist in the presence of perturbations A group of several local populations, linked by immigration and extinction An interspecific interaction, where one species gains a benefit such as habitat or shelter while the other species is...
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