Processes in succession - ecology, Biology

Processes in Succession - Ecology

Whether succession is primary or secondary, in terrestrial or aquatic ecosystems, the basic processes involved in succession are similar. There are a number of sequential steps in succession.

These steps or processes are:

  1. Nudation;
  2. Invasion or migration;
  3. Ecesis;
  4. Aggregation;
  5. Competition,
  6. Reaction; and
  7. Stabilisation - climax.
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