The correct option is C Statement I is correct and statement II is incorrect
An ecosystem is a stable self-sustained, functional unit of the nature formed by the interactions between the biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living) components that are comprised in it.
The abiotic components include the non-living factors like the water, temperature, light and soil.
The biotic components include producers, consumers and decomposers.
Hence, an ecosystem is a dynamic unit and the different components of an ecosystem work as a unit to perform basic functions that help in the sustenance of the ecosystem
Hence, statement I is correct.
Ecosystems vary greatly in size such as a tree to a large forest.
Ecologists consider the entire biosphere (whole living zone of the Earth) as a global ecosystem, as a composite of all local ecosystems on Earth. This global ecosystem is further divided into terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
So, statement II is incorrect.