How are seral stages when there is an increase in the number of species, change in the diversity of species and an increase in the total biomass?

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Editor">Editor Staff asked 3 months ago

How are seral stages when there is an increase in the number of species, change in the diversity of species and an increase in the total biomass?
 
(a) Disordered
 
(b) Random
 
(c) Alternative
 
(d) Successive
 
This question was addressed to me by my school teacher while I was bunking the class.
 
My question is based upon Ecological Succession in division Ecosystem of Biology – Class 12

1 Answers
Editor">Editor Staff answered 3 months ago

The correct choice is (d) Successive
 
The best explanation: The successively changing sequence of communities in a given area is known as a sere. The seral stages are successive when there is an increase in the number of species, change in the diversity of species and an increase in the total biomass.