Diversity of habitats over the total geographical area is
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avatarAsked on November 22, 2019 by Anwar Rajvanshi

Diversity of habitats over the total geographical area is

A

Alpha diversity

B

Beta diversity

C

Gamma diversity

D

Delta diversity

E

Omega diversity

Answer

A) The diversity of organisms sharing the same habitat is known as alpha diversity.
B) The rate of replacement of species along a gradient of habitats is known as beta diversity. 
C) The diversity of habitats over the total landscape or geographical area is known as gamma diversity.
D) Delta diversity includes the differentiation of diversity over wide geographic areas.
So, the correct answer is 'Gamma diversity'.

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