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Matter and energy necessary for life are conserved as they move through ecosystems.
Variation between individuals results from genetic and environmental factors.
Evidence of common ancestry and diversity between species can be determined by examining variations including genetic, anatomical and physiological differences.
Organisms interact in groups to benefit the species.
Humans have complex interactions with ecosystems and have the ability to influence biodiversity on the planet.