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Biodiversity makes the ecosystem more stable.

Factors that affect biodiversity in an ecosystem inculde area,climate,diversity of niches,and keystone species.

Humans need biodiversity ,as biodiversity is related to the ecosystem if there is a shift in biodiversity then there will also be a shift in the ecosystem which will in turn affect human life

The factors that affect biodiversity of an ecosystem are moisture content, organic matter, Simpson's index of diversity and the pH of the soil.

It makes the ecosystem able to survive disturbances.

3 things that can affect a biodiversity is building roads, hunting, and deforestation.

Three factors that affect the biodiversity in an ecosystem include area, diversity of niches, and climate. Keystone species also have a large effect.

It would make the ecosystem less stable

If you loose biodiversity then the types/numbers of organisms that can live in an ecosystem is restricted.

Biodiversity is variety of lifeforms in a specific geographic are in fixed time period . If lifeforms share same ecosystem so in one ecosystem there is a biodiversity. In this way Biodiversity is related with ecosystem

Pollution caused by humans destroys the ecosystem in many ways, that includes killing animals.

The Tundra has the lowest biodiversity.

Ecosystem, genetic and cultural diversity, and the connections between these and all species.

Biodiversity contributes to the sustainability of an ecosystem because different species in a given ecosystem depend on each other.

Changes in Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorous cycles can affect the health and variety of organisms that live in an ecosystem

Pollution results in decreased biodiversity in an ecosystem.

Succession Increases the biodiversity of the ecosystem

biodiversity makes a healthy ecosystem

the types of plants and animals that are located in that ecosystem

You can find biodiversity anywhere that there is a variation of life, whether it be genetic, species, or ecosystem variation. Coral reefs are a great example of ecosystem biodiversity. Rainforests are a great example of species biodiversity.

The ecosystem is sensitive to environmental changes. These environmental changes whether chemical or physical directly affect the species richness and composition, the biodiversity of the area.

Extinction decreases the reproductive power of a biodiversity. The extinction of any species affects the predator/prey relationship in the ecosystem.

Extinction decreases the reproductive power of a biodiversity. The extinction affects the predator-prey relationship, decreasing the predator and increasing the prey, affecting the ecosystem balance.

The rainforests are excellent examples of biodiversity in an ecosystem.