Ecosystem

A habitat in which different organisms interact and support one another.

Ecosystem

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

The interacting system of a biological community and its non-living environmental surroundings.
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Ecosystem

The organisms in a plant population and the biotic and abiotic factors which impact on them. See abiotic factors; Biotic factors.
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Ecosystem

The living organisms and the nonliving environment interacting in a given area.
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ecosystem

The interacting system of a biological community and its nonliving environmental surroundings.
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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

the system composed of the interaction of all living organisms and their natural environment
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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

The unit consisting of a community of living organisms and their environment.
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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 term used to describe a natural unit that consists of living and non-living parts which interact to form a stable system. The ecosystem idea can be applied at different scales in the same way e.g. a pond or an ocean
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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

The interacting system of biological community and its nonliving 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

An ecosystem is a system where populations of species group together into communities and interact with each other and the abiotic environment.
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ecosystem

ecosystem: see ecology.
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ecosystem

a unit in ecology consisting of the community of organisms and the environment in which it lives.
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ecosystem

The community living in an area and its physical environment.
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ecosystem

all living and non
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Ecosystem

The biological community considered together with the land and water that make up its environment. Or a unit comprising interacting organisms considered together with their environment.
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Ecosystem

a local biological community and its pattern of interaction with its environment (Morris 1992).
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Ecosystem

A more or less discrete system or community formed by the interaction of living organisms with each other and with the physical factors found in their environment.
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