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  • Exploitative competition competitive exclusion principle

    Ecology Reader- Ecology for Teachers

  • Exploitative competition is probably the most common mechanism of competition in nature.

    Competition

  • Exploitative competition occurs when consumption of a limiting resource by one species makes that resource unavailable for consumption by another.

    Exploitative competition

  • Exploitative competition within species can play an important role in limiting population sizes (see logistic growth).

    Exploitative competition

  • Exploitative competition may occur withing species (intraspecific competition) or between species (interspecific competition).

    Exploitative competition

  • Exploitative competition, a type of indirect ecological interaction, is the most common mechanism of competition in nature, and it is found in all terrestrial, aquatic, and marine communities.

    Exploitative competition

  • Exploitative competition among taxonomically diverse species

    Exploitative competition

  • Exploitative competition occurs via the consumption of resources.

    Community ecology

  • Exploitative competition is an example of an indirect effect.

    Community ecology

  • Exploitative competition is more common in nature.

    Community ecology

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