what are the two parts of an organism's habitat
it is when you divide a line into two equal parts.
To bisect is to divide into 2 equal parts.
Two equal parts.
if u divide it into 2 equal parts its a half
The right habitat provides adequate food for the species, and adequate shelter from predators and weather.
There is no particular habitat. Two-headed snakes are not a species. They are an abnormailty that can happen in a variety of species in different habitats. A two-headed snake usually does not live very long.
One way that happens is called speciation. Usually thi shappens when a part of the species is seperated from the other into a different habitat. In about every generation, some genes mutate slightly. In the different habitat, different traits are more likely to help the species, and so more of a certain type live. After a while, with all the mutation and adaptation to the new habitat, that part of the species become so different that even if the two parts of the original species were put back together, they coud not have offspring. And that is when they are considered two different species.
When you divide something into two equal parts you are halving it. This process is often used to teach fractions in school.
I'm assuming you mean "What does dividing into two congruent parts mean?". It means to divide into two identical halves.
Yes. There are different niches in the same habitat.
to cut int 2 parts
The habitat is where an organism lives and has many different organisms within it. The niche is the purpose that organism fulfills in that habitat. No two species can occupy the same niche in the same habitat due to competition for that role.
habitat and extinct
Bi- means two. Bisect means divide into two parts.
There wouldn't be enough for both of the species so they would die
You have bisected it.
A habitat is divided into two parts.
divide the rectangle into 5 equal parts. Shade two of those parts.
To "bisect" something is to divide it into two parts. Usually these parts are equal.