biocoenosis

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biocoenosis

the COMMUNITY of organisms which occupies a particular BIOTOPE.
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Even though the concepts, quantities and the explanations found in Orloci's books have a profound potential to serve in assessments of biological community data from ecological point of view, it is likely that the need for revisions and adjustments will come to light as applications progress.
Furthermore, it is not quite the same as measuring the biodiversity of a biological community.
Damage to the ecosystem - a biological community interacting with its nonliving environment - includes water pollution and reduced biological diversity, including the loss of certain plant species.
Historically, databases have arisen to satisfy diverse needs, whether it address a biological question of interest to an individual scientist, to better serve a particular section of biological community, to coordinate data from sequencing projects, or to facilitate drug discovery in pharmaceutical companies.
The processes that lead to the accrual of an unwanted biological community at an interface are examined from perspectives of biological, physical, materials, and environmental sciences.
I use data from a terrestrial environment so that students can see that these parameters are useful for any biological community and are not specific to plankton communities.
No species goes down on its own, not without affecting the larger biological community.
This transformed biological community structure change was accompanied by increased vent fluid temperatures and [S.
Turbidity has been identified as a potential contributing cause of biological community impairment in Tinkers Creek.
While the risks of excessive nutrients are many, too few nutrients may result in insufficient enrichment of the aquatic food chain, which would be detrimental to a healthy aquatic biological community.
ecosystem: a biological community, including plants, animals, and microorganisms, considered together with its environment.
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