According to this principle, no two competitive species can survive together in the same
ecosystem as one species drives the other species to extinction. By being complete
competitors, we mean to say in every way. That is, the available resources such as
Types of Digestive Systems
Single-celled organisms digest their food intracellularly.
Other animals digest their food extracellularly within a digestive cavity.
digestive enzymes released into a cavity
Specialization occurs when the digestive tract, or
One important area of study in Ecology, termed Interspecific Competition, is the
type of competition where groups of different species compete for the same resource
like food water, light, or space -in a given ecosystem. The most common and relatively