Concept of production - ecosystems, Biology

Concept of Production - Ecosystems

The ecosystems are unable to function, unless there is a constant input of energy from an external source that is sun. Solar energy enters the biotic components of the ecosystem through primary producers. And you know that the plants store solar energy in the form of chemical bond energy through the process of photosynthesis.

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