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andreasphd 28-01-2013
"The biodiversity of an ecosystem contributes to the sustainability of that ecosystem. The higher the biodiversity of an ecosystem, the more sustainable it is. Conversely, lower biodiversity equals less sustainability. The biodiversity of an ecosystem contributes to the sustainability of that ecosystem. • Higher/more biodiversity = more sustainable. • Lower/less biodiversity = less sustainable. • High biodiversity in an ecosystem means that there is a great variety of genes and species in that ecosystem. A great variety of genes and species means that the ecosystem is better able to carry out natural processes in the face of external stress. • Thus, the ecosystem is more sustainable."
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hrithik 26-03-2013
"The difference is large compare offers to a greater extent black and also low line has far more white colored. "
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