i. An ecosystem is a system which consists of abiotic (non-living) things and biotic (living) species in a specific environment.
ii. Non-living things include water, air, sunlight, soil, etc., and living things include plants and animals.
iii. Living things cannot live without non-living things.
iv. Hence, in an ecosystem, there is an interaction between living and non-living things and also among the living things.
v. Forest, grassland, pond, and desert are some examples of ecosystems.
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Define an ecosystAP - Biology