Physical changes that allow organisms to survive in a given environment.
The mechanism for evolutionary change in which environmental pressures cause certain genetic combinations in a population to become more abundant; genetic combinations best adapted for present environmental conditions tend to become predominant.
Limited resources or adverse environmental conditions than tend to favor certain adaptations in a population. Over many generations, this can lead to genetic changes, or evolution.
competitive exclusion principle
net primary productivity
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