ecosystem

(Living things in their environment) a community of animals, plants and micro-organisms, together with the habitat where they live

Ecosystem

A community of species together with the surrounding environment that function together as a coherent unit to maintain a flow of energy and to acquire, store, and recycle nutrients.
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Ecosystem

a portion of territory bounded naturally and made up of animal and plant organisms (biocoenoses) that interact with one another and with the surrounding environment (water, light, air, climate).
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ecosystem

(e´ko-sis″tәm) the fundamental unit in ecology, comprising the living organisms and the nonliving elements interacting in a certain defined area.
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ecosystem

(Gk: oikos house; syn with, together, alike; histemi=to set up; organisation, structure) a biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment. The biological community consists not only of producers (grazers), predators and scavengers but also of cleaners and decomposers such as bacteria and fungi. Every ecosystem has clos...
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ecosystem

[n] - a system formed by the interaction of a community of organisms with their physical environment
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ecosystem

<ecology> An ecosystem is the dynamic and interrelating complex of plant and animal communities and their associated non-living environment. ... The physical and climactic features and all the living and dead organisms in an area that are interrelated in the transfer of energy and material. ... An interacting complex of a community and its en...
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ecosystem

noun a system formed by the interaction of a community of organisms with their physical environment
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ecosystem

Click images to enlargeIn ecology, a unit consisting of living organisms and the environment that they live in. A simple example of an ecosystem is a pond. The pond ecosystem includes all the pond plants and animals and also the water and other substances that make up the pond itself. Individual organisms interact with ea...
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Ecosystem

A biological community considered in relation to its physical environment.
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Ecosystem

A biological system consisting of many organisms from different species.
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Ecosystem

A collection of plants and animals integrated as a result of the exchange of energy and nutrients between them
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Ecosystem

a community of living and non-living things that interact by exchanging matter and energy
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ecosystem

a community of living things and its environment; for example, a coral reef is an ecosystem
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Ecosystem

A community of living things together with their environment. See also: Ecology.
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Ecosystem

a community of organisms and their physio-chemical environment interacting as an ecological unit.
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Ecosystem

A community of organisms and their surrounding environment interacting and interconnected with each other.
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Ecosystem

A community of plant and animal species that interact together along with their physical and chemical environment.
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Ecosystem

A community of plants, animals and other organisms that are linked by energy and nutrient flows and
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Ecosystem

A complex interacting system that includes all plants, animals, and their environment within a particular area.
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ecosystem

A complex interacting system, involving many interconnected feedback loops, that includes both organisms and their nonliving environment.
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ECOSYSTEM

A complex, interwoven community of plants, animals, and their environment, linked by natural processes and geography.
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Ecosystem

A comunnity of animals, plants, and microorganisms.
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Ecosystem

A comunnity of animals, plants, and microorganisms.
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Ecosystem

A dynamic and complex system of plant, animal and microorganism communities and their non-living environment all interacting as a functional unit within a defined physical location. The term may be applied to a unit as large as the entire ecosphere, but usually refers to a division thereof.
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