Why is the biosphere called an ecosystem?

An ecosystem is a biological system consisting of a community of living organisms (biocenosis), their habitat (biotope), a system of connections that exchange matter and energy between them. The biosphere is the largest ecosystem. A biogeocenosis is also an ecosystem that stands out on a homogeneous land area.

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