biogeocoenosis

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biogeocoenosis A term equivalent to ‘ecosystem’, often used in Russian and Central European literature, and attributed to V. Sukachaev who is believed to have coined it in 1947. A biogeocoenosis comprises a biocoenosis (the biome, or living community), together with its habitat, which is usually termed an ecotope.

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biogeocoenosis A term equivalent to ecosystem that is often used in Russian and Central European literature, and attributed to V. Sukachaev who is believed to have coined it in 1947. A biogeocoenosis comprises a biocoenosis together with its habitat (the ecotope).

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biogeocoenosis Term equivalent to ‘ecosystem’ that is often used in Central European literature. Comprises a biocoenosis together with its habitat (the ecotope).

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biogeocoenosis See ECOSYSTEM.