NEED OF ECOLOGICAL BALANCE FOR THE WIDESPREAD BIODIVERSITY
The ecological equilibrium is a stable state between all plants and animals in an ecosystem and destabilization of this stable state is ecological imbalance that in turn exerts serious threats to widespread existence of biodiversity. An ecosystem constitutes a system of abiotic and biotic components together. An ecosystem requires three forms of diversity in order to sustain this system: biological, genetic and functional.The ecological equilibrium is maintained by the cyclic transfer of resources to the biosphere from the abiotic ecosystem and then back to the abiotic environment and preserving the balance of interaction within food webs. In the ecosystem, all these mechanisms must be maintained and any interaction with these cycles disrupts the ecological equilibrium and affects it.In order to preserve the rich and varied diversity of animals, plants and microbial life, which is necessary for the mutual survival and existence of all living beings, including humans, ecological equilibrium is currently a requirement.