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29 August, 20:10

In the desert, saguaro cacti, owls, horned lizards, and fire ants all share the same space. Which example can be considered a population? a. all cacti in the same areab. the lizards and the antsc. all plants in the same aread. all species in the same area

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  1. 29 August, 21:41
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    Answer: all cacti in the area.

    Explanation:

    Population is the total number of organisms of the same specie present in an given area.

    Based on the given area (desert), all the cacti, best describes population.

    Note that whenever different species (lizards, owl etc) are considered like in options B, C and D, you are referring to a community

    Thus, all cacti in the area are considered as population.
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