habitat

The place and conditions in which an organism lives.
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Habitat

The environment in which a plant is usually found growing, the factors being climate and soil. Microclimates will also play into this.
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Habitat

Environment where a species is normally found.
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Habitat

The place where a population (e.g. human, animal, plant, microorganism) lives and its surroundings, both living and non-living.
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habitat

A place with a particular kind of environment suitable for the growth of an organism.
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Habitat

The place where an organism lives.
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Habitat

A place with a particular kind of environment where plants and animals live.
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habitat

(Living things in their environment) a place where plants, animals and micro-organisms live
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Habitat

An area where plants and animals live.
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Habitat

a location which has a suitable environment for an organism to live in. Caves are natural habitats for bats, trees for birds; oral surfaces and crevices, for some bacteria.
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habitat

[n] - the type of environment in which an organism or group normally lives or occurs
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Habitat

A habitat is the place in which an organism lives; this could range from being a small pond or a rainforest.
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Habitat

is the local surroundings in which an organism normally lives. Other individuals of the same species (i.e. by a population) will share the habitat. There will usually be a community of other populations (i.e. of other species) in the same habitat
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Habitat

UK furnishing company, specializing in modern design, founded in 1964 by Terence Conran. Habitat has had a large influence on British interior decoration, with its emphasis on modern style,...
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habitat

The place or environment where a plant or animal naturally or normally lives and grows.
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Habitat

The environment in which an animal or plant lives, generally defined in terms of vegetation and physical features.
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Habitat

Place where a microorganism, plant or animal lives.
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Habitat

Hab'i·tat (hăb'ĭ*tăt) noun [ Latin , it dwells, from habitare . See Habit , transitive verb ] 1. (Biol.) The natural abode, locality or region of an animal or plant. 2. Place where anything is commonly found. « This
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habitat

<ecology, zoology> The physical location or type of environment in which an organism or biological population lives or occurs. ... The place occupied by an organism, population, or community. It is the physical part of the community structure in which an organism finds its home, and includes the sum total of all the environmental conditions p
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habitat

home ground noun the type of environment in which an organism or group normally lives or occurs; `a marine habitat`; `he felt safe on his home grounds`
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Habitat

• (v. t.) The natural abode, locality or region of an animal or plant. • (v. t.) Place where anything is commonly found.
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habitat

place where an organism or a community of organisms lives, including all living and nonliving factors or conditions of the surrounding environment. A ... [6 related articles]
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Habitat

the place where an animal or plant usually lives, often characterized by a dominant plant form or physical characteristic (Ricklefs 1979:871).
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Habitat

[magazine] Habitat is an American real estate magazine founded in 1982 and aimed at co-op boards, condominium associations, and related professionals such as attorneys and managing agents. The print magazine concentrates on the greater New York City metropolitan area while its Web site contains features for general-interest co-op/condo dire
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HABITAT

The immediate surroundings (in the specific bio-space) of plants or animals (cavernicoles), with everything necessary for life of the organism that normally lives there.
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