Origin of ecosystemeco- + system
This coral reef is an example of an ecosystem.
The definition of an ecosystem is a group of plants, animals and bacteria that work together to remain healthy.
An example of an ecosystem is a coral reef.
a system made up of a community of animals, plants, and bacteria interrelated together with its physical and chemical environment
A community of organisms together with their physical environment, viewed as a system of interacting and interdependent relationships and including such processes as the flow of energy through trophic levels and the cycling of chemical elements and compounds through living and nonliving components of the system.
ecosystem - Medical Definition
An ecological community together with its environment, functioning as a unit.
- The company prides itself on its use of ethical ingredients (such as rose geranium from South Africa and rose and lavender from Bulgaria), innovative, easy-to-decipher packaging, and support of ecosystem projects around the world.
- It's a by product of tree farms, timber farms, and many places that grow pine trees, and it can be harvested without any harm to the trees or the local ecosystem.
- When industrial plants use water to cool down machines and then pump that water back into the ecosystem, the chemical makeup of the water is changed.
- This created a fair bit of fragmentation within the Nokia smartphone ecosystem, especially since none of the E series phones worked with it.
- Given the much larger and more widely adopted ecosystem of iTunes and the iPod family of media players, Microsoft struggled to get a foothold with its Zune products.