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17 July, 07:48

How is an organism related to a population? A. The same species of organisms from one geographic area make up a population. B. Symbiotic relationships between organisms make up one population. C. Different organisms from the same geographic area make up a population. D. All of the organisms from one species in the whole world make up a population.

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  1. 17 July, 08:15
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    A. The same species of organisms from one geographic area make up a population.

    Explanation:

    Population refers to a group of organisms of the same species living in the same geographical area at the same time. Therefore organisms of similar species make up a population. Several populations in turn make up a community. This explains why a community refers to groups of different species living in the same geographical area or an ecosystem.
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