biological balance

biological balance

[¦bī·ə¦läj·ə·kəl ′bal·əns]
(ecology)
Dynamic equilibrium that exists among members of a stable natural community.
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This decline disturbs the biological balance and is a serious threat to the natural environment.
They represent a substantial risk to the biological balance of nature", Lercher warns.
Understanding and controlling the biological balance in the nutrient solution may be the biggest challenge.
So trogloraptor - an impressive specimen, measuring about an inch across including legs - plays a role in maintaining biological balance.
Director of Animal Protection Project in Syria, SPANA, Darm Tabba, said forests in Syria have maintained their sustainability for thousands of years, adding they are rich biological atmosphere, containing a big number of diversified types of creatures which achieve a sort of biological balance.
Now the brand will actively support projectsselected by the GEF to safeguard or protect the endangered crocodile, alligator, caiman or gavial species,whose loss would jeopardize the biological balance of their natural habitats.
The embedded LCD control panel manages the tank's settings for filtration, temperature, oxygen, and lighting to maintain the correct biological balance for thriving fish automatically.
In addition, the company says the silver ions in the fabric inhibit bacterial growth and maintain the biological balance of the skin and neutralize unpleasant odors.
This crime also has the possibility of affecting the biological balance of the countryside.
Healthy Fish - even at -20oC degrees KEEP your fish safe with the the new Ice Guard - proven to encourage perfect biological balance in ponds.
This, in turn, represents a real threat to human and animal health, as well as to the natural biological balance.
We have no way of knowing which of the species we are eliminating are essential actors in the biological balance of an area or of the world as a whole.

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