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The most significant way the components of ecosystem can be identified is that, there must be a degree of?

Options

A)
reciprocal inter-relationship existing among them
B)
independent inter-relationship existing among them
C)
complexity
D)
adaptation

The correct answer is B.

Explanation:

The question is asking how the components of an ecosystem can be identified. The options are:

Option A: reciprocal inter-relationship existing among them

Option B: independent inter-relationship existing among them (Correct)

Option C: complexity

Option D: adaptation

To understand this question, we need to know what an ecosystem is. An ecosystem is a community of living organisms (plants, animals, and microorganisms) and their non-living environment (such as soil, water, and air) that interact with each other.

The components of an ecosystem include plants, animals, microorganisms, and the abiotic factors (non-living things) such as sunlight, temperature, and water.

In order to identify the components of an ecosystem, there must be a degree of inter-relationship among them. This means that the different components of the ecosystem depend on each other and interact with each other in some way. They are not independent of each other.

Option B, "independent inter-relationship existing among them," is the correct answer because it correctly describes the relationship between the components of an ecosystem. The components of an ecosystem are not independent of each other, but rather they have inter-relationships and dependencies on each other.

Options A, C, and D are incorrect because they do not accurately describe the relationship between the components of an ecosystem.

So, the correct answer to this question is Option B: independent inter-relationship existing among them.


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