When two organisms occupy the identical ecological area of interest, competition for assets can occur. The interaction of organisms of various species is known as interspecific relations and can embrace symbiotic interactions, competitors, parasitism, and infectious illness. When the number of organisms in a species becomes too small, inbreeding reduces the genetic diversity inflicting weak spot within the species and possible extinction.
A grouping of populations of plant, animal, or microscopic organisms is known as a biocenose. Biocoenosis is the life in the space and the biotope is the setting by which life is influenced.