A population's distribution can be even, clumped or random. true or false?

Victoria Fowler

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Karen Wright on September 18, 2018

True. Depends on the distance and the environments where organisms are located. When species are moved together or have to take care of each other, then it is a distribution group. If the distribution it is even then it means that organisms need to put some space between them or keep out of reach of each other due to of the competition. If the organisms live independent of each other, then it is random.

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