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Structure écosystème

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    Ibrahim M.
    SO
    Ibrahim M.

    it is very nice subject

    Simbararshe C.
    ZW
    Simbararshe C.

    I agree with Ibrahim, it is a nice subject. Very interesting and well presented. I'm puzzled by the answer to the first review question of Topic 1: "What is a re-created ecosystem in a laboratory environment known as? a. mesocosm, b. simulation, c. microcosm, d. reproduction" "Answer. A) Experimental systems involved in partitioning a part of a natural ecosystem that can be used for experiments, is termed a mesocosm." The Glossary (and the body of the course) states: "microcosm - a re-creation of natural ecosystems entirely in a laboratory environment to be used for experiments." "mesocosm - portion of a natural ecosystem to be used for experiments" I think mesocosm might be the right answer for a different question! Anyway thanks again, I'm looking forward to the rest of the course

    Simbararshe C.
    ZW
    Simbararshe C.

    components of its physical and geographic environment and available specie.

    Phil F.
    CA
    Phil F.

    I agree with Ibrahim, it is a nice subject. Very interesting and well presented. I'm puzzled by the answer to the first review question of Topic 1: "What is a re-created ecosystem in a laboratory environment known as? a. mesocosm, b. simulation, c. microcosm, d. reproduction" "Answer. A) Experimental systems involved in partitioning a part of a natural ecosystem that can be used for experiments, is termed a mesocosm." The Glossary (and the body of the course) states: "microcosm - a re-creation of natural ecosystems entirely in a laboratory environment to be used for experiments." "mesocosm - portion of a natural ecosystem to be used for experiments" I think mesocosm might be the right answer for a different question! Anyway thanks again, I'm looking forward to the rest of the course. Phil

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