Two species of grasshoppers live in the same area. They both feed on plants, but the presence of one

Two species of grasshoppers live in the same area. They both feed on plants, but the presence of one species does not affect either the survival or the reproduction of the other. What type of competition is this?

A. This is not an example of competition.
B. Interference
C. Asymmetrical
D. Exploitative

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  1. Pure Competition - Online Auctioning

    Monopolistic - Gas Stations

    Oligopoly - Airline

    Monopoly - Cable Company

    Explanation:

  2. your answer is c, because musk ox have a thick skin, and fat 2 protect them from predation & weather, they also adapted to available food sources. caribou have less body fat, and thinner fur which makes them more vulnerable to the environment also could only digest a certain kind of plant, therefore, restricting diet.hope this helps...

  3. This is not an example of competition.

    Explanation:

    a.Interference competition is also known as direct competition when direct competition takes place between individuals via aggregation.One individual interferes with the survival, foraging, food and reproduction  of another individual by their physical appearance.

    b.Exploitative competition means when an individual indirectly interferes with the food resource, territory, prey etc.  of another individual.

    c. Allelopathy is a type of phenomena where an individual secrete certain chemicals that induce the growth, germination, reproduction of another individual.

    d.logistic competition is described in Lotka Volterra model of inter specific competition.

  4. Option A, This is not an example of competition.

    Explanation:

    Competition between two species occur when they strive for the same limited resources in a given habitat Or when they compete to attract the opposite gender mate for reproduction. Competition can be between two organisms of the same or different species.  

    In this case, the two grasshopper species are not competing at all. If they would have competed, then the  survival of one species would have been definitely affected by the presence of other species.  

    Hence, option A is correct

  5. A. Pure competition =  Online auctioning

    B. Monopoly  = Video rental stores

    C. Monopolistic competition = Water and sewer service

    D. Oligopoly =  Digital camera makers

    Explanation:

    Perfect competition or pure competition is a state of the market in which there is a relatively large number of buyers and sellers who sell the same or similar goods with complete knowledge of products and services. In fact, this sector provides free entry and exit

    Monopolistic competition is a state of the industry that deals with several businesses that are closely connected to each other but offer distinct goods. In fact, this sector provides free entry and exit

    There will be only one seller in the monopoly market that controls the entire market. The seller demanded the high price and there's no rivalry because of this. This business is not free to enter and exit

    There are few sellers in the oligopoly industry who trade in a single market. This business is not free to enter and exit

    Based on this, the classification is as follows

    A. Pure competition =  Online auctioning

    B. Monopoly  = Video rental stores

    C. Monopolistic competition = Water and sewer service

    D. Oligopoly =  Digital camera makers

  6. In the Arctic, caribou and musk ox eat different kinds of plants, but the plants they eat typically grow in the same area. Therefore, these two species often require the same space in which to feed. In one part of the Arctic, caribou numbers have decreased and musk ox numbers have increased. This is an example of competition, and the musk ox were better adapted to the environment.

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