The abundance of a species population, within its habitat is called

The Abundance Of A Species Population Within Its Habitat Is Biology Question

The abundance of a species population, within its habitat is called

Options

(a) relative density
(b) niche density
(c) absolute density
(d) regional density

Correct Answer:

niche density

Explanation:

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Topics: Populations and Ecosystem (125)
Subject: Biology (4253)

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