Variation of ecological habitats within a species is characteristic of which type of diversity? a. Genetic diversity b. Ecosystem diversity c. Species diversity d. Regional diversity.

2 Answer

  • The answer is letter B. ecosystem diversity. The marine biome is the largest of all the ecosystems. Ecological diversity is one of the type of biodiversity. It is the different kind of the ecosystems found in a region or the variation in ecosystems over the whole planet.
  • Answer:

    The correct answer is option b. "Ecosystem diversity".


    Ecosystem diversity is a term used to describe the variations of abiotic and biotic conditions that could be present within a geographical location. This type of diversity is characteristic of species that live in different ecological habitats, such as deserts, forests, oceans, steppe, among others. For instance, rats are small mammals that have adapted to live in most habitats in the world.