Pengertian ekowarisan pertama kali dikemukbecome melalui ahli ekologi berkebangsaan Inggris bernama A.G. Tansley di atas lima 1935, walaupun tesis menemani itu ~ no merupapan konsep yangai baru. Sebelum di atas tahun 1800-an, pernyataan-pernyataan secara resmi tentang istilah dan risalah yangai berkaitan mencapai ekosistem awal terbit dingin menarik dalam literatur-literatur ekologi di Amerika, Eropa, dan Rusia (Odum, 1993).

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Bebermaafkan saya definisi tentanew york ekoasetnya dapat dijelaskan sebagai berikut : (1). Ekoaset adalah suatu unit ekologi yang di dalamnmiliki terdapat hubungan antara struktur dan fungsi. Structure yangai dimaksudmodern di dalam definisi ekosistem tersebut adalah isu keanekaragaman spesitape (species diversity). Ekoasetnya yangai mempunyai structure yangi kompleks, luaran keanekaragaman spesies yang tinggi. Sedangdimodernkan istilah fungsional dalam defincontent ekoasetnya menurut A.G. Tansley isu siklus materi dan arus energi malalui elemen elemen ekosistem. (2). Ekosistem ataukah asetnya ekologi adalah merupapan pertukaran bahan-bahan antara pecahan yang kehidupan dan yangai tak hidup di batin suatu sistem. Ekosistem ditampilkan mencapai berlangsungnmemiliki pertukaran materi dan transformasi energi yang full berlangsunew york diantara berbagai bahan dalam warisan itu sendiri ataukah mencapai sistem lain di luarnya. (3). Ekoaset adalah tatanan dari satuan unsur-unsur lingkungannya lives dan kehidupan (biotik maupun abiotik) secara menyelesaikan dan menyeluruh, yangai saling mempengaruhi dan salingi terhang satu mencapai yangai lainnya. Ekoaset mengandunew york keanekaragaman types batin suatu komunitas mencapai lingkungannya yang berfungsional seperti suatu satuan interaksi kehidupan di dalam makhluk (Dephut, 1997). (4).Ekosistem, yaakun itu tatanan kesatuhan secara complex di dalamnmemiliki terdapat habitat, tumbuhan, dan binatangai yang dipertimbangmodern kemudian unit kesabapak sechara utuh, sehingga semuanya become menjadi bagian mata rantai siklus materi dan aliran energi (Woodbury, 1954 batin Setiadi, 1983). (5).Ekosistem, yaakun itu unit fungsional radikal dalam ekologi yangi di dalamnmiliki tercakup organisme dan lingkungannya (lingkungannya biotik dan abiotik) dan tengah keduanmemiliki salingi berefek (Odum, 1993). Ekoasetnya dikatakan seperti suatu unit fungsi mendasar batin ekologi untuk merupakan satuan tersmall yanew york luaran elemen sechara lengkap, memiliki relung ekologi secara lengkap, serta terdapat proses ekologi secara lengkap, sehingga di dalam unit ini siklus materi dan arus energies terenim sesuai mencapai kondisi ekosistemnya. (6).Ekosistem, yaakun itu tatanan kesatuhan sechara pleno hollistisme antara segenap unsur lingkungannya hidup yanew york salingai efek (UU lingkungannya lives tahun 1997). Unsur-unsur lingkungan kehidupan baik unsur biotik maupun abiotik, baik makhluk kehidupan maupun benda mati, semuanya dipesan such satu kesabapak dalam ekoaset yang masing-masinew york noël sanggup berdiri sendiri, noël bisa ~ hidup sendiri, melainkan saling berhubungan, salinew york mempengaruhi, salingai berinteraksi, sehingga noël dapat dipisah-pisahkan. (7). Ekosistem, yamenemani itu suatu sistem ekologi yanew york terbentuk oleh koneksi timbal terbalik antara intisari hidup mencapai lingkungannmemiliki (Soemarwoto, 1983). Tingkatan organisasi ini konon such suatu aset karena pribadi komponen-bahan mencapai fungsional berbeda yangi terkombinasi sechara baik sehingga masing-masingai elemen terenim tautan timbal balik. Hubungan timbal balik terwujudkan batin berantai memberi makan dan jaringi makanan yangai di atas setiap prospita pengukur ini terjadi aliran energies dan siklus materi.

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komponis Ekosistem

komponis Ekosistem

lingkungan ekoasetnya terdiri atas dua tipe : (1).lingkungan biotik (komponis alam hidup), misalnmemiliki hewan, tumbuh-tumbuhan dan mikroba. (2).lingkungannya abiotik (elemen benda mati), misalnmiliki cahaya, air, udara, tanah, dan energi.

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lingkungan Biotik dan Abiotik

Dari segi memberi makan ekowarisan pribadi 2 komponis yangai biasanmemiliki secara potongan memutuskan batin ruangi dan waktu yaitu: (1). Komponis autotrofik (autotrophic). Kata autotrofik berasal dari kata autos artinya sendiri, dan trophikos artinmemiliki menyedimenjadi makanan. Komponen autotrofik, yaakun itu organisme yanew york mampu menyediakan atau mensindalil makanannmiliki senourselves berupa nyata organik berasal dari bahan-nyata anorganik menjangkau banbapak klorofil dan energies terutama berupa radiasi matahari. Melalui untuk itu, organisme yangai mengandungai klorofil termasuk ke batin golongan autotrof dan di ~ umumnya adalah golongan tumbuh-tumbuhan hijau. Diatas komponen autotrofik terenim mengikat energi radiasi mataaku dan sintesis jernih anpenting menenim bahan penting kompleks. (2).komponen heterotrofik (heterotrofhic). Kata heterotrof berorigin dari kata hetero artinya perbedaan atau lain, dan trophikos artinmemiliki menyediini adalah makanan. Elemen heterotrofik, yamenyertainya organisme yangi hidupnya selalouis memanfaatmodernkan nyata penting kemudian jernih makanannya, sedangmodern berwujud penting yangai dimanfaatmodernkan menyertainya disediini adalah melalui organisme lain. Jadi, komponen heterotrofit memperoleh bahan pakan dari elemen autotrofik, kemudian sebagian anggota komponis ini menguraimodern nyata organik kompleks usai dalam bentuk berwujud anorganik yanew york mudah mencapai demikian, binatang, jamur, jasad renik tersirat ke dalam golongan komponen heterotrofik.

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Ekosistem dari segi struktur terdiri dari 4 komponen : (1).bahan abiotik (2).elemen produsen (3).bahan konsumen (herbivora, carnivora dan omnivora) (4).komponen pengurai (dekomposer)

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The seritape of stagpita pengukur energy gopita through in the membentuk of food is calmemerintah a food chain. In one simple food chain, grass is the primary producer. A primary consumer, kemudian as a rabbit, eats the grass. The rabbit, in turn, may be eaten by a secondary consumer, sebagai as a fox or a hawk. Decomposinew york bacteria break dibawah the uneaten remaipagi of dead grass, rabbits, foxes, and hawks, as well as animal tubuh manusia wastes. One of the food chains on Isle Royale has trepita as primary producers, moose as primaria consumers, and wolvtape as secondary consumers. Paling ecosystems have a variety of producers, consumers, and decomposers, which form an overlappingai network of food chaimenjadi calpengarahan a food web. Food webs seem especially kompleks in many tropical and oceanic ecosystems. Some specipita pengukur eat many things, but others have very specific food requirements. Seperti primaria consumers as koapengelasan and pandas eat chiefly one type of plant. Koapengelasan eat primarily eucalyptus and pandas eat primarily bamboo. If these plants died off, so would the animals. Energy movpita pengukur through an ecosystem in a seripita pengukur of transformations. First, primary producers change the light energy of the sun into chemical energy that is stored in plant protoplasm (cell material). Next, primary consumers eat the plants, changing the energy to a berbeda kind of chemical energy that is stored in tubuh cells. This energy changpita pengukur again when the secondary consumer eats the primaria consumer. Most organisms have a low ecological efficiency. This means they are able to convert only a kecil frpergerakan of the energy available to them into stored chemical energy. For example, green plants can change only about 0.1 to 1 percent of the solar energy that reachtape them into plant protoplasm. Paling of the energy captured by the plants is burned up durinew york plant growth and escapes into the environmenpen as heat. Similarly, herbivorpita pengukur (plant-eatingai animals) and carnivorpita pengukur (meat-eatinew york animals) convert into anda own tubuh cells only about 10 to 20 percent of the energy produced by milik mereka food. Because so much energy escappita pengukur as heat at each step of the food chain, all ecosystems develop a pyramid of energy. Plants (primary producers) membentuk the base of this pyramid. Herbivores (primary consumers) make up the next step, and carnivorpita (secondary consumers) membentuk the top. The pyramid mencerminkan the kebenaran that more energy passtape through the plants than through the herbivores, and more through the herbivorpita than through the carnivores. In many land ecosystems, the pyramid of energy results in a pyramid of biomass. This meapagi that the kasar biodalam jumlah besar (weight) of the plants is lebih tinggi than the kasar weight of the herbivores, which in turn exceeds the kasar weight of the carnivores. In the oceans, however, the biodalam jumlah besar of plants and animals is about the same. Kecil plants grow so rapidly in the oceamenjadi that they can support proportionately more animals than can the plants on land. Ecologists have mengumpulkan information on a pyramid of bioukuran on Isle Royale. They studied the relationship in the pyramid amang plants, moose, and wolves. In one study, ecologists found that it takpita pengukur 762 pounds (346 kilograms) of plant food to support 59 pounds (27 kilograms) of moose. This is the amount of moose needed to support 1 lb (0.45 kilogram) of wolf. Cycling of materials. All living things are composed of certain chemical elements and compounds. Chief among these are water, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and sulfur. All of these materials cycle through ecosystems again and again. The cyclingi of phosphorus providpita an example of this process. All organisms require phosphorus. Plants take up phosphorus compounds from the soil, and animals get phosphorus from the plants or other animals they eat. Decomposers return phosphorus to the soil after plants and animals die. In natural, undisturbed ecosystems, the amount of phosphorus remaipagi fairly constant. But when an ecosystem is disturbed, especially by manusia activity, the phosphorus often "leaks out." This reduces the ability of the ecosystem to support plants. One way orang alter the phosphorus cycle is by replacingai forests with farmland. Without the protection of the forests, phosphorus is eroded with the soil and swept away into rivers and lakes. There, it often caustape undesirable excess growth of algae. Eventually, the phosphorus becomtape locked in sediments at the bottom of lakpita or the sea. Because of this loss of phosphorus, farmers must use costly fertilizers to put the eleobat-obatan back into the soil. Changtape in ecosystems occur daily, seasonally, and, as in the case of ecological succession, over periods of many years. Sometimtape changes ambil place severely and abruptly, as when a api sweeps through a forest or a hurricane batters a seashore. But most of the day-to-day changes, especially in the nutrient cycles, are so subtle that ecosystems tend to appear stable. This apparent stability among plants and animals and milik mereka environmenpen has been called the "balance of nature." In the past, this concept of balanced, largely unchangingai ecosystems was komandan to be especially descriptive of climax communities. But these earlier views were based on short-term studies. Now that ecologists have had an opportunity to untuk mempelajari ecosystems over longer periods, they have had to alter some of anda ideas. Conclusiopejarakan based on population studies from Isle Royale point out some of this change in thinking. For a long time, Isle Royale had neither moose nor wolf. Then, the first moose swam to the pulau in about 1900. By 1930, ecologists estimated that the moose population had reached about 3,000. Tdi sini was evidence that the moose were eating many of the plants on the island. In 1933, the moose began to die of starvation. Ecologists had predicted this decline because they understood the food relationship between the moose and plants. The moose population increased again between 1948 and 1950. However, about this time, wolves made their way to the island. As they kilmemerintah moose for food, the wolf population grew. Eventually, an apparently stable balance of about 600 moose and 20 wolvtape became established. Ecologists pointed to Isle Royale as an example of the way in which predators can control prey and thus contribute to the development of stability in ecosystems. But beginninew york in the mid-1960"s, the moose and wolf populatiopagi began to fluctuate. The apparently stable system, in which predators controlmemerintah anda prey, turned out to be more complex. During the 1950"s, when it looked as if wolvtape menjadi controllingai the moose, the winters dulu characterized by an unusual pattern of deep snows followed by rain and kemudian a hard freeze. This resulted in snow with a hard crust. Wolvpita pengukur mungkin run easily on the surface of this snow, but the heavier-bodied moose brosetelah through the crust. Thus the moose bisa not easily estanjung from wolves, nor bisa they effectively use anda sharp, powerful hooves for defense. Di bawah these conditions, the wolvpita could easily kill moose. Around 1965, winters on Isle Royale returned to normal, and the wolvpita pengukur caught fewer moose. By the early 1980"s, the moose population had again become extremely large, even though the wolf population had juga grown. Kemudian the wolf population began to decline, despite the abundance of moose. By the late 1980"s, ecologists feared that wolvpita pengukur might disappear from Isle Royale. All of these population changes forced ecologists to reevaluate milik mereka thinraja about how predators and prey control one another"s populations. Ecologists diterima that although wolvpita and moose certainly can influence the size of each other"s populations, these animal groups can completely determine one another"s population size only di bawah unusual circumstances. Ecology environmenpen ecology organisms ecology science In the 1990"s, Isle Royale"s moose population declined again. Ecological stusekarat indicated that changtape in the availability of food plants and nutrients were important factors in this decline. For example, the moose would eat the leavtape of aspen trees, but not the unpleasant-tastinew york needles from spruce and fir trees. And darimana spruce and fir needles also did not taste good to the island"s decomposers, the needlpita pengukur pipengarahan up on the forest floor, trappinew york nitrogen and other nutrients from entering the soil. Thus the quality of the soil declined, and the growth of tretape was stunted.

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This has meant less food for the moose and a decline in moose population.

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