No, Population is not bigger than a community.
|Organism → Population → Community → Ecosystem → Biosphere|
According to the five levels of organisation in an ecosystem, all levels are listed according to their size in increasing order – from small to large. The population, which describes a group of individuals or an organism of a single species living together within a particular geographic area and the community, refers to all the populations in a specific area or region. The community is smaller than an ecosystem, larger than the population. This was a brief introduction to the difference between population and community in the levels of organization in an ecosystem.
Stay tuned with BYJU’S to know more about the ecosystem, its components and the levels of organization in an ecosystem.
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