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Primary and Secondary Succession
How does primary succession differ from secondary succession?
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Primary succession takes a long time for completion, 1000 years or more.
Secondary succession takes a less time for comepletion, 50-200 years.
Primary succession it occurs in an area which is barren or lifeless.
secondary succession occurs in an area which has been denuded recently and previously inhabited.
Primary succession soil is absent at the beginning of primary succession and the environment is not suitable for sustaining normal life forms.
Secondary succession soil is presented in the beginning of a secondary succession with some organisms.
Primary succession there is no humus in the begging as soil is absent.
Secondary succession humus is present from the very beginning by the decomposition of previous occupants.
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