Biology-Secondary succession (SNAB)

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  • Created by: Ashley
  • Created on: 17-11-10 19:25

this is different to primary succession, because it occurs where an existing community has been cleared. an example of this is when natural plants begin to grow in a ploughed field or after a forest fire. 

in the absence of human interference a secondary succession would lead to the re-establishment of


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