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Question: Why is the Biosphere important for Living organism?

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Biosphere is the interaction zone between soil, water, and air.

Due to its ideal environment, life exists only in this area. That's why is the Biosphere important for Living organism.


Biosphere refers to the part of the earth and its atmosphere in which living organisms are able to support life. The essential elements of life are air, water, and habitat. These all are provided by the atmosphere, the lithosphere, and the hydrosphere.

It includes the smallest things like microbes, fungus…etc. to the large animals such as elephants and whales.

It provides accommodation in a natural environment. Species and species may exist in a particular area.

It provides the basis for a food chain, a food web where energy and energy are transferred to biodiversity leading to complex structures that help stabilize the environment and survive species.

It provides the human resources that man have used and transformed the physical environment according to his cultural needs.

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