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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]
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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.
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biocenosis

A group of interdependent organisms living in a particular ecosystem under uniform environmental conditions.
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Modern understanding of ecosystems clearly emphasizes their abiotic components (ecotopes) and biotic (biocenoses) and take into account the impact of solar energy and man.
Phaneropterinae are important pests of agriculture crops while many species are ecologically associated with forest biocenoses, damaging trees and shrubs.
Por fim, a diversidade ecologica envolve os "complexos de especies (ou biocenoses) e seu ambiente fisico [e a biodiversidade] deve ser percebida como um conjunto dinamico e interativo entre os diferentes niveis de hierarquia biologica" (LEVEQUE, 1999, p.
[98] Schafer, A., 1980, "Criterios e Metodos para a Avalicao das Aguas superficias --Analise da Diversidade de Biocenoses," Nideco Serie Taim, no.
Mas, ao longo do processo de ocupacao da regiao, as atividades economicas acompanhadas de desmatamentos indiscriminados da caatinga, associados a fragilidade natural desse ecossistema, acarretou serias consequencias para os geotopos e para as biocenoses dentre estas a reducao da diversidade biologica da vegetacao nativa.
(1997): Biocenoses a triopsides (Crustacea, Branchiopoda) du Permien du Bassin de Lodeve (France).