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What is it called when populations share their environment and interact with populations of other species?

What is it called when populations share their environment and interact with populations of other species?<br/>

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This question is part of Quiz: Ecosystems
Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Sep 16, 2020

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Anthony Paul Bonadio

Anthony Paul Bonadio

Its kind of my job to give answers

Anthony Paul Bonadio
Anthony Paul Bonadio, Teacher, MCA, PhD, Toledo

Answered Jan 29, 2019

Out of all of the answers given, "Community" fits the definition best and is most similar to the definition of a population. A biome is a naturally occuring community of flora and fauna in a habitat, such as a forest or jungle.

An ecoprovince includes an area of a one climate, such as a mountain range or plateau. A specifics is a group of living organisms that can breed with each other and exchange genes. An ecotone is the boundary between two distinct biomes, such as the line between a flat meadow and a tree-filled forest.

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John Adney

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Answered May 17, 2017

What does this mean?
explaination wise and also a resonable answer
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John Smith

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Answered Jan 27, 2017

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