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16 October, 19:18

What is the difference between a community and a population?

A community has only one organism, while a population has many organisms.

A population has only one ecosystem, while a community has many ecosystems.

A community has only one biome, while a population has many biomes.

A population has only one species, while a community has many species.

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  1. 16 October, 21:13
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    D. A population has only one species, while a community has many species.
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