A. Population that lives together in an area.
B. Biome that exists in the biosphere.
C. Every organism that can produce offspring together.
D. Every ecosystem that is part of a biome.
(A) Population that lives together in an area. This is what any biologist researching a particular community should describe in their search results. A biologist can include specific details (for clarification) on the various species interacting in the common location they have researched. This kind of description will be complete.
When describing a community, a biologist would debate every population that lives together in an area. From research, different kinds of organisms grow in association with each other. Like a population, a community has a series of features like species diversity, development form and structure, supremacy, trophic configuration, and succession.
A. population that lives together in an area. It comprises both the abiotic and abiotic organisms living and depending on each other in the surrounding environment. This organism can be made of one or more groups. These species of an organism can either reproduce or not. there is genetic variation in the population, so some are capable of reproducing while others are not.