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help How are populations, ecosystems, and communities related? (1 point) A community consists of an ecosystem and its physical environment, and an ecosystem is made up of many different populations of organisms. A population consists of a community of organisms and its physical environment, and a community is made up of many different ecosystems. An ecosystem consists of a community of organisms and its physical environment, and a community is made up of many different populations of organisms. An ecosystem consists of a population of organisms and its physical environment, and a

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  1. CDluver(;
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    population is made up of many different communities of organisms.

  2. TranceNova
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    So each is a subset of each other, a populations is within a community which is within an ecosystem. Population - a particular group of animals (same species) that occur in the same area (wiki). Community - a group of interacting organisms, or populations. Ecosystem - This is both the living (biotic) and non-living (abiotic) parts of the environment interacting in a system - hence "eco" "system". Let me know which answer you think it is and I'll tell you if you are right.

  3. CDluver(;
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    @TranceNova um idk is it c?

  4. lovesummer
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    i need help too!!!! im stuck on this one

  5. TranceNova
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    You are correct CDLuver

  6. CDluver(;
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    thank you bunches!!(:

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