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What are the 5 levels of organization of matter in ecology?

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10/18/2008

1. Individual: Individual is any living being. Individuals act reciprocally with the environmental abiotic factors, which limit their distribution. 2. Population: A group of individuals of a given species that live in a specific geographic area. 3. Community: All the living beings distributed into a specific geographical area. A community includes organisms of different species. 4. Ecosystem: The term refers to all the abiotic factors (physical and chemical constituents) and all the communities that established in a specific area. 5. Biosphere: It is the whole portion of Earth colonized by living beings. Biosphere is the sum of all the ecosystems established on Earth. 1. Individual: Individual is any living being. Individuals act reciprocally with the environmental abiotic factors, which limit their distribution. 2. Population: A group of individuals of a given species that live in a specific geographic area. 3. Community: All the living beings distributed into a specific geographical area. A community includes organisms of different species. 4. Ecosystem: The term refers to all the abiotic factors (physical and chemical constituents) and all the communities that established in a specific area. 5. Biosphere: It is the whole portion of Earth colonized by living beings. Biosphere is the sum of all the ecosystems established on Earth.