A lot of things on our planet hinge on a delicate balance and order brought about by nature. If a part of the community or order is brought into chaos, then an ecological disaster will be brought about. To understand this fact we need to see the totality of all the relationships between organisms through the biosphere.
The biosphere is a specific part and portion of the planet where all the organisms live, survive, reproduce, and thrive. The organisms will be organized into communities based on their biome and subcategorized on their habitat, reproduction, and other descriptors.
People need to know why the biosphere is vital to the survival of all the organisms on the planet. By illustrating the biosphere with all of its contents, we can easily map out how each organism is related to the other specimens in the entire biosphere.
Begin by listing out and researching the various organisms that are on our planet. It is up to you to have an in-depth and comprehensive list of organisms or a more general list of organisms. Just note the more comprehensive and detailed the list, the more organisms you will have to list out.
When you have finished listing out all the organisms, you must categorize them based on their trophic levels, habitat, biome, and species. The amount of details is also highly dependent on your preference for the comprehension and reach of the illustrated biosphere.
After you have listed out and categorized the various organisms that will compose the planet, you must now create a general food web that will range the whole biosphere. This will include the food webs of various biomes and their interconnected interactions.
When you have finished making the food web, you must now indicate the individual relationships of all the organisms in the biosphere. This will include the types of relationships (Commensalism, parasitism, and mutualism), any Coevolution, any Genetic Mutations, and others of the like.
The biosphere refers to a specific region in the planet where people can observe the different organisms that compose our planet. These organisms include terrestrial, aquatic, and aerial organisms. The word biosphere can trace its origins to two greek words called “bio” and “sphaira,” which respectively mean life and sphere in the English language. When fused, both of these words mean the sphere where life is or something to that effect. Scientists and researchers do not only use the concept of the biosphere on our planet Earth, but they also use this concept to describe the biosphere of distant planets like Mars.
Various organisms span from microscopic organisms (like bacteria and viruses) to that oceanic megafauna (like whales and colossal squids) to form the biosphere. These organisms should be a part of the whole ecosystem’s food web, and food chain, as the biosphere is the specific area on the planet where organisms can survive and thrive through a cycle of energy. This begins with the microorganisms creating fertile soil for plant life to flourish and produce both oxygen and food for all the bigger organisms to survive in the biosphere.
The biosphere is the whole reason why life on the planet Earth exists. This is because the biosphere is composed of systems of interconnected relationships of various organisms all to produce energy, oxygen, and other factors that affect the probability of life surviving on the planet.
The biosphere is a portion of the planet that refers to the place where all organisms live and prosper. We need to understand how the biosphere works to be able to holistically protect and enhance its current state. If something in the biosphere is damaged or negatively affected, then the consequences will be dire.