How Biodiversity changes in Ecological Succession

How Biodiversity changes in Ecological Succession
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  • 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.
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