English: Community / Deutsch: Gemeinschaft / Español: Comunidad / Português: Comunidade / Français: Communauté / Italiano: Comunità /

A Community is In ecology, an assemblage of populations of different species within a specified location in space and time. Sometimes, a particular subgrouping may be specified, such as the fish Community in a lake or the soil arthropod Community in a forest.
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A community is "All of the populations occupying a given area" (Odum 1959, 6); Odum's definition was adapted by the Risk Assessment Forum to read: "an assemblage of populations of different species within a specified location in space and time" (RAF 1992, 37). "In ecology, a group of interacting populations in time and space. Sometimes, a particular subgrouping may be specified, such as the fish community in a lake or the soil arthropod community in a forest" (EPA 1993, 6).
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A Community is all the groups of organisms living together in the same area, usually interacting or depending on each other for existence.
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A community is the whole of the plant and animal population inhabiting a given area.
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A Community is all the groups of organisms living together in the same area, usually interacting or depending on each other for existence.
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A Community is an interacting population of various types of individuals (or species) in a common location; a neighborhood or specific area where people live
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Community is the populations of all species living and interacting in an area at a particular time.

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