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bi·o·ce·no·sis

(bī'ō-se-nō'sis),
An assemblage of species living in a particular biotope.
Synonym(s): biotic community
[bio- + G. koinos, common]

biocenosis

(bī′ō-sĭ-nō′sĭs)
n. pl. bioceno·ses (-sēz)
A group of interacting organisms that live in a particular habitat and form an ecological community.

biocenosis

[-sənō′sis]
Etymology: Fk, bios, life, koinos, common
an ecological community.

biocenosis

A group of interdependent organisms living in a particular ecosystem under uniform environmental conditions.
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In today's ecology the growing attention is attracted to the problem of determining the ecological status of species and biocenoses in relation to particular abiotic factors.
1997): Biocenoses a triopsides (Crustacea, Branchiopoda) du Permien du Bassin de Lodeve (France).
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These 3 main approaches to a certain extent reflect the history of the development of research into estimation of the functional role of moose in forest biocenoses.
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