What is a community, Biology

What is a community? What is the difference between the concepts of community and population?

A community is a set of populations of living beings that live in the similar region and interact with each other.

In Ecology a population is a set whose members (living in a given place in a given time) are part of the similar species. A community is a set of populations of dissimilar species (living in a given place in a given time).

 

 

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