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- flytrap. In the absence of regular fires, shrubs and trees encroach, outcompeting the species and leading to local extirpations. D. muscipola requires...
- The economic problems under Vaudreuil would not allow the French to outcompete the British and resulted in many of Louisiana's Native American revolts...
- "keystone species", keeping its prey po****tions in balance so some do not outcompete the others and destroy the kelp in which they live. The black-footed ferret...
- such as Harmonia axyridis or Coccinella septempunctata in North America outcompete and displace native coccinellids and become pests themselves. The main...
- cells expressing antibodies with a higher affinity for the antigen will outcompete those with weaker affinities for function and survival allowing the average...
- of open space, to increase; the Darwin's fox, subsequently, is being outcompeted. Another problem they face is their inability to fight off diseases transmitted...
- clover; artificial fertilisers encouraged the growth of taller gr****es, outcompeting the meadow flowers. Most of the flowers, and the bumblebees that fed...
- are common in the British Isles, where it is thought they might have outcompeted cave bears (Ursus spelaeus). The species entered Alaska 100,000 years...
- in atmospheric CO2 concentrations, and allowed the flowering plants to outcompete other land plants. The earliest known macrofossil confidently identified...
- shade. Once it has invaded an area, Lonicera ****onica grows rapidly and outcompetes native plants for sunlight and nutrients. It proliferates using both...
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