Introduction

Biogeocoenosis belongs to a class of ecological concepts such as phytocoenosis, landscape, units, and sites based on the ideas of spatial uniform units that are distinguished in a given area and separated by visible boundaries. The concept originated by realizing the necessity to study and display the interactions among soil-forming rocks, soil (edaphotope), atmosphere (climatope) with vegetation (phytocoenosis), animal population (biocoenosis), and microorganisms (microbocoenosis). The author of this concept is a Russian geobotanist and paleogeographer V. N. Sukachev.

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