Pioneer Species?

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A Pioneer Species is a species that colonise land that was previously uncolonised, which leads to ecological succession. These organisms are the first to begin the chain of events thus resulting to a liveable ecosystem or biosphere.
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.and the answer is. A pioneer species is a species that is first to establish itself in an area where nothing is growing-or in an area that has been devastated by fire,flood, plowing
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Pioneer species are plants that are the first to inhabit an area after a
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An example of a pioneer species is a lichen. It is able to live in very hostile environment with exteremly minimal amounts of water. It is the first coloniser in a primary succession
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A major component of the Pioneer line-up are its in-dash car CD players. Major features include Bluetooth wireless technology; USB ports to plug in external digital media players
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