Gause's principle

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In ecology (1), the proposition that two or more similar species cannot share the same ecological niche indefinitely. Also called the competitive exclusion principle. [Named after the Soviet biologist Georgyi Frantsevich Gause (1910–86) who propounded it in 1934]

Subjects: Psychology.

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