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Why would a diverse population be more resistant to disease, predation, and invasion?
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How do invasive species change the diversity index?
A diverse population would be more resistent because, the number of species can help with the predators, resistent to desiece because of high tolerance, this diversity helps them out-compete other invasive species.
okay thanks.. ill give u a medal if you can answer the second question as well
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Inavasive species invade so in doing so it adds diversity to an ecosystem.
but why does it add diversity.
Because it introduces more living species.
i need a much more explained answer. like u had in the first one.. a good detailed explination is what works with me.
Okay then that is what I will give you. It all depends on the ability of the inavasive species to adopt a new territory. If they adapt well to it then the diversity index species would then decline and the diversity of the inavasive species would increase. Is that better?