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Ecology is a branch of biology that examines living organisms and their relations with their environment. Ecological cycle, water, minerals, nitrogen, oxygen and carbon, such as substances, water, air and soil between the transformation into a variety of forms, is the continuous circulation in nature.

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The area of ​​living space for living organisms, the depth of a thousand meters of the oceans and the atmosphere altitude of six thousand meters above sea level is called the biosphere in biology. The biosphere is composed of water, air and soil and is a living space for living things. Biologically, animals living in this area are called fauna and all plants are called flora.

In the biosphere, living beings form a cluster of living things. These living clusters form the ecosystems of the physical environment, in other words, their relationship with the inanimate environment. The ecosystem is a community of living, and there are three groups of living things: producers, consumers and disintegrators. Producers are photosynthetic organisms. Consumers are usually carnivorous and herbivores. The disintegrants consist of bacteria and fungi. Producers make photosynthesis, consumers breathe, decomposers decompose organic residues.

Ecosystems are an energy and food chain and the main source is the sun. Energy and substances create a cycle within the ecosystem. In order to sustain life in nature, some important substances must be reproduced at the rate they are consumed. Nitrogen is very important for all living things. Every living thing must provide nitrogen as organic or inorganic. Likewise, water is an indispensable substance for all living things. These substances must have a cycle. In simple terms, the ecological cycle is a phenomenon that a number of substances used in nature by living beings become reusable and that this process persists.

However, ecological cycles are adversely affected by various pathways, especially human interventions. For example, the rapid rise of the population, the development of technology, urbanization and the advancement of the industry have increased the demand of societies for water. Overuse of water, urbanization and population growth, increased water use in industry, new dams and canals, destruction of vegetation are all factors that disrupt the ecological cycle of water.

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