Caught in the Food Web Complexity Made Simple

Caught in the Food Web Complexity Made Simple

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This article deals with the inter-linkage present between/among diverse ecosystems, need to study the same, and existing complications in the pathway. All of above concepts have been addressed by author via the example of ocean and terrestrial ecosystems. It's a fact that we may jerk while thinking about the numerous bacteria present on our skin and living in a symbiotic way, but according to biological oceanographers, this number is negligible against the number of microbes that are living in each milliliter of ocean and are liable for consumption of maximum quantity of oxygen present in it (Pomeroy, 2001).

In view of the fact that because of increment in population and devastation of resources caused by pollution, our...

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