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The living organisms that are dominant in a particular ecosystem depends on the ecosystem. In the rainforest for example, plants are the dominant organisms. In the desert,… the animals are the dominant organisms.
Aristotle initially divided living organisms only into two groups which are plants and animals. The system was not proven to be good because there were too many species of… plants and animals. However, the system was used for 2000 until the time of Linnaeus.
Believe it or not, this is a controversial question. There are two general approaches to the question, called cladism and pheneticism. Phenetics is a classification system t…hat groups individuals based on shared characteristics, regardless of the familial, evolutionary or genetic connections among individuals or subgroups in the larger group. This is a characteristic of the system in wide use today, including the classifications of Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus and Species. When today's popular system was devised, there was not a clear concept of the evolutionary history of organisms, and the genetics-based sciences didn't exist. Defenders of phenetics argue that the classification system is not meant to be a literal family tree, but an organized system for grouping living things Cladists do not accept the current popular system of classification. They prefer for several reasons to group organisms together based on actual evolutionary/genetic ancestry. The groups they construct in this manner are called 'clades', hence cladism. Any clade consists only of a given species along with all the descendants of that species including all subgroups of descendants. There are no members of the clade that are not descended from the shared ancestor of the other members. More and more scientists are taking to this approach to classification.
The term Ecosystem refers to all living organisms in that system. From Bacteria all the way up to keystone predators.
Animal and Plant
Plants and Animals
Various types of reptiles, bugs/insects, small (and large) mammals, plants that require no, or little water.
organisms live in anecosystem
all kinds-- fungi, bacteria (both eubacteria and archaebacteria), mammals, plants, insects, animals, birds-- an ecosystem can be anything working together to form a 'cycle' (…ex: Bird->worm>leaves)
Freshwater fish would be a great example...
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You have the individual, the organism, then many of the same organism population, than you have multiple populations, community, and then you have multiple communities and abi…otic factors, ecosystem. If you were to go further you could say multiple ecosystems, biosphere.
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element, compound, inorganic compounds, and organic compounds
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It is called "Biological Classification" The seven main ranks are (from most general to most specific): Kingdom Phylum Class Order …Genus Species