Ecology chp. 5 (4)
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The gradual change in species composition in a given area
Involves the gradual establishment of biotic communities in lifeless areas where there is no soil in a terrestrial ecosystem or no bottom sediment in an aquatic ecosystem
In which a series of communities or ecosystems with different species develop in places containing soil or bottom sediment
Intense natural selection pressure between predator and prey populations
A stable group of plants and animals that is the end result of the succession process
The arrival of living things such as lichens that do not need soil to survive
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