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Which of the following descriptions about the organization of an ecosystem is correct? a. Communities make up species, which make up populations. b. Populations make up species, which make up communities. c. Species make up communities, which make up populations. d. Species are grouped in populations, which make up communitie
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Species are grouped in populations, which make up communities is the correct description about the organization of an ecosystem.
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