What are the features of water, ground-air, soil and organismic environments.

In the ground-air environment, there are significant changes in temperature, uneven distribution of light and moisture, and the constant movement of air masses. Air has a low density, pressure, high oxygen content.
In the aquatic environment there are no sharp fluctuations in temperature during the day, seasons. Due to this, more stable living conditions for living organisms are created than in other environments. The aquatic environment has mobility, high viscosity, density. It is characterized by an increase in pressure with depth. The amount of oxygen in the water is limited, and the carbon dioxide content is higher than in the atmosphere.
Soil environment – a thin layer of land surface, transformed by the activity of living organisms. The main feature of the soil environment is the constant presence of a complex of organic substances – humus, resulting from the destruction of organic matter. Humus defines a loose structure, solid particles penetrated by pores and cavities that hold water and air.
Organizational habitat – an environment formed by the living organisms themselves, in which other organisms live and use their master as a place to live and a source of food resources. The body environment has its own characteristics: – lack of light and atmospheric air; constancy of temperature, osmotic, salt regime; high humidity; an abundance of nutrients, the presence of easily digestible food; hostile reaction of the host; limited living space.

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