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Succession Facts/ Venn Diagram

Succession that begins in an area with no remnants of an older community
Primary Succession
Erosion needs to occur in order for succession to occur
Primary Succession
Everything is destroyed
Primary Succession
Lichens/moss are pioneer organisms then herbs/shrubs then large trees
Primary Succession
Slowest form of succession
Primary Succession
Succession that is disturbed by things like forest fires or tsunamis that have not completely destroyed the landscape
Secondary Succession
Fastest form of succession because erosion is not needed
Secondary Succession
Vegetation regrows rapidly
Secondary Succession
Starts from herbs/shrubs then large trees
Secondary Succession
Soil is intact
Secondary Succession
Pioneer species are the species that first inhabit barren areas
Both Primary and Secondary Succession
Prediction rates
Both Primary and Secondary Succession
Caused by a disturbance
Both Primary and Secondary Succession
Has a climax community and then becomes a biome
Both Primary and Secondary Succession
Starts from remnants of older communities
Both Primary and Secondary Succession
Series of events in which life comes back
Succession
Organisms hat make a living after a disaster
Pioneer Organisms
After succession (climax organisms)
Climax
Organisms that are dominant and come back later in succession
Climax Organisms
Final stages of both successions
Climax Communities

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Succession that begins in an area with no remnants of an older community
Primary Succession
Erosion needs to occur in order for succession to occur
Prima
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