In What Ways Is Food Part Of An Organism`s Niche?


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In short, a niche is comprised of the conditions and resources required for the survival and reproduction of an organism (following G.Evelyn Hutchinson's definition). Another way of thinking about a niche is an organism's relationship to its environment -- what does it need to survive, and how does it make a living?

Food is required for an organism's survival and reproduction, so it can be considered a 'niche dimension'.
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