exclusion principle A principle introduced in 1934 by the Russian ecologist G. F.Gause (1910–86), that two species cannot coexist in the same locality if they have identical ecological requirements.
exclusion principle See COMPETITIVE-EXCLUSION PRINCIPLE.
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