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Mass of living matter at a trophic level in an area at any time is called :
  1. Standing crop
  2. Standing state
  3. Detritus
  4. Humus


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The correct option is A Standing crop
The total amount or number of living things or of one kind of living thing/trophic level (such as an uncut farm crop, the fish in a pond, or organisms in an ecosystem) in a particular area at any given time. Option B is correct. 
Detritus, in ecology, matter composed of leaves and other plant parts, animal remains, waste products, and other organic debris that falls onto the soil or into bodies of water from surrounding terrestrial communities. Microorganisms (such as bacteria or fungi) break down detritus,
Humus, in ecology, the organic component of soil, formed by the decomposition of leaves and other plant material by soil microorganisms.

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