17th October 2019

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How do populations and communities differ?

A group of organisms of the same species living in the same place at the same time is called a population. If we put populations of different species together, that's called a community. When we add in the abiotic factors, or non-living things in an environment, we get an ecosystem.

Also, which is bigger a population or a community?

A population comprises all the individuals of a given species in a specific area or region at a certain time. Its significance is more than that of a number of individuals because not all individuals are identical. Community refers to all the populations in a specific area or region at a certain time.
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