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Living things and their environment

Suppose disease spreads through all the red oak trees in a forest ecosystem.

a. explain how the change in the ecosystem affects the biodiversity of this forest ecosystem. provide an example that supports your reasoning.

b. explain how to change in the biodiversity contribute to the sustainability of this forest ecosystem. provide an example that supports your reasoning

I don’t really understand this question :/

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    You have been given a statement, and then there are two assignments, both of which must be in essay format. No one will write your assignments for you, but someone might be able to critique your work if you post what you write.

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