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Temperature is considered a(n) _______ limiting factor. biotic A) abiotic B) abiotic and biotic C) natural

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or D) biotic
i believe biotic
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There are no longer any members of a population that are alive. This population is said to be a population ready for evolution adapting to change extinct
extinct, thts easy.
Charles Darwin made observations which lead to the theory of natural selection. evolution. atomic makeup. biological diversity. try this
biological diversity.
Biological diversity has been proven to ________ over time. remain unchanged become greater decrease alternate
or remain unchanged

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