biocoenosis


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Related to biocoenosis: biocenosis, taphocoenosis

biocoenosis

, biocenosis
a diverse community inhabiting a single biotope

biocoenosis

[‚bī·ō·sə′nō·səs]
(ecology)
A group of organisms that live closely together and form a natural ecologic unit.
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If environmental factors like temperature, carbon dioxide concentration, or light intensity change in the future, it is important to know which genomic potentials polar biocoenosis have to resist the climatic change.
We are pleased to see the technology of 454 Sequencing being applied to the important field of polar biocoenosis research," said Chris McLeod, President and CEO of 454 Life Sciences, a Roche company.