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Which theorem states that no two species competing for the exact same resources can coexist? which theorem states that no two species competing for the exact same resources can coexist? resource partitioning principle complex community network principle dominance species principle competitive exclusion principle?
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A niche can be defined as the functional role of an organism in an ecosystem to sustain its life. For example, the type of food the organism eats, or the type of habitat chosen.
In general, when two species have the same niche, competition for resources develops between the two species.
According to the principle of competitive exclusion when two or more species compete for the same resource, the best over the other gets the resources and the population of the weakest species decreases.
In some cases the competition between the two mouse species will develop as they demonstrate the same principle of niche and competitive exclusion of two mouse populations.