Difference between revisions of "Environment"

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[[Environment]]
  
(Science: biology, zoology) The sum total of all the conditions and elements which make up the surroundings and influence the development and actions of an individual.
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(Science: [[biology]], zoology) The [[sum]] [[total]] of all the [[conditions]] and [[elements]] which [[make]] up the [[surroundings]] and [[influence]] the [[development]] and [[actions]] of an [[individual]].
The totality of surrounding conditions; ''he longed for the comfortable environment of his livingroom''.The external surroundings of an organism, consisting of biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living) factors which will affect the life of all the organisms within it.The environmental conditions of earth are ideal for life to exist and steadily evolve within.
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The totality of surrounding conditions; ''he longed for the comfortable [[environment]] of his livingroom''.The [[external]] [[surroundings]] of an [[organism]], consisting of [[biotic]] (living) and [[abiotic]] (non-living) [[factors]] which will [[affect]] the [[life]] of all the [[organisms]] within it.The environmental [[conditions]] of [[earth]] are [[ideal]] for [[life]] to [[exist]] and steadily evolve within.

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Environment

(Science: biology, zoology) The sum total of all the conditions and elements which make up the surroundings and influence the development and actions of an individual. The totality of surrounding conditions; he longed for the comfortable environment of his livingroom.The external surroundings of an organism, consisting of biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living) factors which will affect the life of all the organisms within it.The environmental conditions of earth are ideal for life to exist and steadily evolve within.