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Ecosystem Class 12 Notes

Ecosystem Class 12 Notes

Class 12 Biology Chapter 14 Ecosystem Notes – PDF Download

Ecosystem Class 12 Notes offer students with a simple way to study or revise for the chapter since it is prepared by our panel of qualified teachers strictly according to the NCERT Syllabus. This not only reduces the pressure on the students but also, offer them a simple way to study or revise the chapter. CBSE Class 12 Biology Chapter 14 Ecosystem Notes would fuel your exam preparation and increase your self-confidence which would help you score maximum marks in the exam.

How do you define an Ecosystem?

An ecosystem can be defined as a functional unit of nature, where living organisms interact among themselves and also with the surrounding physical environment. An ecosystem is divided into two basic categories: Terrestrial ecosystem. Example- forest, desert. Aquatic ecosystem. Example- pond, lake, wetland. The various components of the environment are abiotic and biotic. Interaction of biotic and abiotic components result in a physical structure that is characteristic for each type of ecosystem. Biotic components are the living beings and abiotic components are the nonliving things of the ecosystem.

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