what is ecosystem and discuss structural features of an ecosystem

Category: Higher Education 7 years ago
Harsha
Asked 7 years ago

Like it on Facebook, +1 on Google, Tweet it or share this question on other bookmarking websites.

This type of question isn't encouraged since it can be had answer to by simply googling. Please do not post such questions again.
Kalyani Nandurkar
Answered 6 years ago
Kalyani Nandurkar

An ecosystem is a community of living organisms (plants, animals and microbes) in conjunction with the nonliving components of their environment (things like air, water and mineral soil), interacting as a system.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecosystem

Components of an Ecosystem

(Organisation or Structural aspect of an ecosystem)

An ecosystem comprises of two basic components

i) Abiotic components and

ii) Biotic components

The relationship between the biotic components and abiotic components of an ecosystem is called 'holocoenosis'.
http://www.tutorvista.com/content/biology/biology-iv/ecosystem/ecosystem-components.php
rambabu
Answered 7 years ago
rambabu

Ecosystem includes living organisms (Biotic) and the nonliving components of their environment ( air, water,soil) (Abiotic).
Components: 1. Biotic 2. Abiotic
V.Arunkumar
Answered 7 years ago
V.Arunkumar

it is place where living organism live
it has abiotic nd biotic components
Aakash Agarwal
Answered 6 years ago
Aakash Agarwal

An ecosystem is an area where life can exist and thrive.

Sheetal Kumar N
Answered one year ago
Sheetal Kumar N

Ecosystem includes everything around us, both living as well as non-living beings. Animals, plants, insects, birds, human beings, air, water, wind, soil, etc. Nature keeps everything in balance proportion on the earth, to provide us good ecosystem. Any disbalance in the system leds to automatic natural disaster. Food chain, life cycle and weather cycle are the main features of the ecosystem.
Devyani Sarkar
Answered 7 years ago
Devyani Sarkar

Ecosystem is the place where we survive and it has two components biotic and abiotic
V.R.JOTHIBASSU
Answered 6 years ago
V.R.JOTHIBASSU

Please register/login to answer this question.  Click here to login