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Margielyn Aniñon
Laws of ecology 
Application to humans 
society
Everything is connected to 
everything else.
The food chain and 
food web have 
always been used to 
illustrate the 
relationship of the 
different living 
components ...
There is 
strength and 
ability in the 
unity of 
differences
The ecosystem has 
different 
components, and 
each is needed for 
the ecosystem to 
function
Consumption must not exceed 
production
Any ecosystem has the capacity to 
sustain life. This is called its 
carrying capacity. For an 
ecosystem to exist, abilit...
Historical  Aspects   of    ECOLOGY
Historical  Aspects   of    ECOLOGY
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Historical Aspects of ECOLOGY

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Historical Aspects of ECOLOGY

  1. 1. Margielyn Aniñon
  2. 2. Laws of ecology Application to humans society
  3. 3. Everything is connected to everything else.
  4. 4. The food chain and food web have always been used to illustrate the relationship of the different living components of the ecosystem.
  5. 5. There is strength and ability in the unity of differences
  6. 6. The ecosystem has different components, and each is needed for the ecosystem to function
  7. 7. Consumption must not exceed production
  8. 8. Any ecosystem has the capacity to sustain life. This is called its carrying capacity. For an ecosystem to exist, ability to provide for the necessities of life (Carrying capacity) should not be exceed by consumption. In this way homeostasis or balance of future is maintained.

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