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25 January, 17:28

Interactions between organisms and their environment impact the organism's overall population. Oahu amakihi and Kauai amakihi are two closely related species of Hawaiian honeycreepers. They have a common ancestor, eat small insects and nectar, and like to nest in koa trees. However, one species is found on the island of Oahu, and the other is found on the island of Kauai. Which concept shows the relationship between Oahu amakihi and Kauai amakihi?

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  1. 25 January, 17:48
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    The correct answer for the question that is being presented above is this one: "competitive exclusion principle." Interactions between organisms and their environment impact the organism’s overall population. Oahu Amakihi and Kauai Amakihi are two closely related species of Hawaiian honeycreepers.
  2. 25 January, 19:10
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    The answer is resource partitioning. This occurs when two population compete for resources. Rather than outcompeting the other species in interspecies competition (competitive exclusion principle) which will disadvantage both species, the species evolve by natural selection to adopt partitioning of resources (which in this case, they have partitioned the habitat).
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