The answer is (c) both living organisms and non-living objects
An ecosystem is a complex of living and nonliving organisms and their interactions. The ecosystem is the structural and functional unit of ecology where the living organisms interact with each other and the surrounding environment. In other words, an ecosystem is a chain of interactions between organisms and their environment. In other words, an ecosystem is a chain of interactions between organisms and their environment.
- An ecosystem is a community of both living and non-living entities of a particular region, that is in constant interaction with each other, maintaining the ecological balance.
- The biotic or living entities are constituted by humans, plants, and animals while the abiotic or non-living entities are the rock, soil, water, air, and other such related components of that region.