Living systems are organized at different levels of biological hierarchy. An individual is considered to be an organism of a particular species. A group of inidviduals of the same species residing in a common area is known as a population.
A community is best described as the collection of:
A. ecosystems found in a particular area
B. populations of different species that live in a particular area.
C. abiotic resources found in a particular area.
D. biotic interactions that occur in a particular area.
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