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Climax (biology)
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Climax (biology)

In biology, a climax is the presumed end point of a successional sequence, at which a biological system, a community, or a soil has reached a steady state. However, in ecology, Clements's climax theory has been largely replaced by disturbance and gap-phase theories.

See also ecosystem.

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