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Ecological Succession

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1/31/11 Ecological Succession Changes in a community over time Primary Succession – change in community which starts with nearly lifeless structure Secondary Succession – starting with soil and other key abiotic factors
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1/31/11 Key processes involved in succession Facilitation – early species may
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Unformatted text preview: contribute to the appearance of later species by making the environment more favorable • Inhibition – early species inhibit later species which thrive in spite of, not because of, early species • Toleration – later species are neither benefited for hindered by early...
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