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Organisms and Population Class 12 Notes

Organisms and Population Class 12 Notes

Class 12 Biology Chapter 13 Organisms and Population Notes – PDF Download

Organisms and Population Class 12 Notes are created by our panel of highly experienced teachers to help students grasp challenging concepts and thus prepare for exams effectively. The pdf offers students with the summary of the chapter, important points to remember and detailed explanation of important concepts and derivations for better understanding and retaining of the chapter. Going through these Biology Chapter 13 Organisms and Populations Notes for CBSE Class 12 would easily help students score maximum marks in their exams. 

What do you mean by Organisms and Population?

Ecology is the study of the interactions among organisms and between the organism and its physical (abiotic) environment. Ecology deals with four levels of biological organization –Organism- a living entity which can function on its own. Populations- sum of all living organisms of the same species living in a particular geographical area. Communities- a group of people living together in one place. Biomes- a large geographical area of various plants and animals.

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