Biodiversity is the variety of life in the world or in a particular ecosystem.
Biodiversity changes in ecological succession because the variety of life in an ecosystem can change due to many things.
How Biodiversity changes in Ecological succession
Ecological Succession is the change in a species structure of a community overtime.
Examples of primary and secondary succession are forest fires, areas where the soil can not sustain life, and other outside disturbances.
Such things as secondary succession and primary succession can cause a community to change in the species structure.
Consumers are animals who eat another organisms from another population which can connect with biodiversity
Lichen is a fungi that can protect pioneer species which are the first to arrive in an ecosystem and other organisms. Competition can change the number of organisms in a community due to fighting for food, which are usually heterotrophs
A climax community usually has plants, animals and fungi which develop vegetation over time. Producers are usually in a climax community.
Biodiversity can change ecological succession by disturbances in a community and competition between organisms. Autotrophs like bacteria can be a food source for heterotrohs.