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Sneha RoyChowdhury

Nov 7, 2014

# BIOSPHERE

WHY IS THE BIOSPHERE IMPORTANT FOR LIVING ORGANISMS ?

Mehnaaz

Biosphere is important for living organisms because it is termed as the zone of life on earth.And because it is the ecological system of earth.

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Syeda

Answer. Biosphere is important for living organisms because it is termed as the zone of life on earth.And because it is the ecological system of earth.

There is a very narrow zone on Earth where land, water and air come in contact with each other. This is called biosphere. All the living things such as plants, animals, and human being exist only in this zone. So biosphere is of great significance for all of us. There are ten lakh species of animals in the animal kingdom. It includes microscopic organisms to large animals like the elephant and the whale fish. The organisms in the animal kingdom move from one place to the other. Three lakh species of plants are found in the plant kingdom. It includes microscopic algae to large trees.

Mehar

The biosphere can also be refered to the zone of life on Earth. It cannot be affected by things such as solar and cosmic radiation, and is self-regulating. Without the biosphere, life on Earth as we know it would not exist. It allows for interaction between lifeforms and the environment. Or The continued functioning of the biosphere is dependent not only on the maintenance of the intimate interactions among the myriad species within local communities but also on the looser yet crucial interactions of all species and communities around the globe. The Earth is blanketed with so many species and so many different kinds of biological communities because populations have been able to adapt to almost any kind of environment on Earth through natural selection. Life-forms have evolved that are able to survive in the ocean depths, the frigid conditions of Antarctica, and the near-boiling temperatures of geysers. The great richness of adaptations found among different populations and species of living organisms is the Earthâs greatest resource. It is a richness that has evolved over millions of years and is irreplaceable.

Mehar

The biosphere can also be refered to the zone of life on Earth. It cannot be affected by things such as solar and cosmic radiation, and is self-regulating. Without the biosphere, life on Earth as we know it would not exist. It allows for interaction between lifeforms and the environment. Or The continued functioning of the biosphere is dependent not only on the maintenance of the intimate interactions among the myriad species within local communities but also on the looser yet crucial interactions of all species and communities around the globe. The Earth is blanketed with so many species and so many different kinds of biological communities because populations have been able to adapt to almost any kind of environment on Earth through natural selection. Life-forms have evolved that are able to survive in the ocean depths, the frigid conditions of Antarctica, and the near-boiling temperatures of geysers. The great richness of adaptations found among different populations and species of living organisms is the Earthâs greatest resource. It is a richness that has evolved over millions of years and is irreplaceable.
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