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An ecosystem follows a certain sequence of processes and events through the days, seasons, and
years. The processes include not only the birth, growth, reproduction, and death of biota in that
particular ecosystem, but also the interactions between species and physical characteristics of the
geological environment. From these processes the ecosystem gains a recognizable structure and
function, and matter and energy are cycled and flow through the system. Over time, better
adapted species come to dominate; entirely new species may change, perhaps in a new or altered
ecosystem.

Two and a half million tons of industrial pesticides are used each year around the world to
suppress or destroy a variety of organisms considered a nuisance to human beings. Specifically
formulated to be deadly to living organisms, |    
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most of them end up in our food and water sources.

Of the more than 800,000 species of insects known to exist, very few are harmful to plants,
animals, or human beings. While pesticides offer some benefits, many questions why they are still
so widely used; rather than killing insects, pesticides seem most effective at destroying human
health.

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