(5) Consequences of overproduction

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Explain the consequences of the potential overproduction of offspring is a struggle for survival

Individuals in a population are not idential. 

The differences between them make some more suited to their environment at a particular time than others. 

When there are too many individuals in a population, there will be competition for resources such as food (for animals) or light (for plants) 

This competitions means the more successful individuals will grow faster and produce offspring. This offspring…


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