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Ecosystems

Basic knowledge about ecosystems

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Ecosystem An ecosystem is composed of a community of living beings and a habitat where they are found.
Habitat Is a certain area of ​​the earth that has certain factors such as water, air, soil, temperature or rocks that makes it propitious and appropriate for certain living beings to develop
Population Set of living beings of the same class that live in an area
Living beings They are plants, animals, algae, fungi and bacteria
Physical environment of an ecosystem Place where living beings live. It is formed by soil, water, rocks, air, light, temperature, wind and humidity.
Types of ecosystems On Earth there are many different types of ecosystems. We can classify them into two groups: terrestrial ecosystems and aquatic ecosystems.
Terrestrial ecosystems The living beings are on the ground and surrounded by air. There are several types of terrestrial ecosystems, among them forests, meadows and deserts.
The aquatic ecosystems The living beings are surrounded by water. There are two types of aquatic ecosystems: those of salt water and freshwater.
Created by: AndreaDG