Biology

Question

Which of the following would be considered a benefit of overproduction?

A. The expontential growth of a population
B. The Survival Of the Fittest due to competion for resources
C. The exchange of genetic material between populations
D. The Change in an ecosystem due to the increased population

2 Answer

  • B. The Survival Of the Fittest due to competition for resources┬á

    After Overproduction, due to Natural selection, most fitted organisms just get stable into the ecosystem.

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  • ´╗┐The answer for the above statement is:

    B. The Survival Of the Fittest due to competition for resources

    After Overproduction, due to Natural selection, most fitted organisms just get stable into the ecosystem.


    Explanation:

    Evolution and "survival of the fittest" don't seem to be a constant factor. Evolution refers to the additive changes during a population or species through time. "Survival of the fittest" could be a widespread term that refers to the method of natural action, a mechanism that drives organic process amendment.

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