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Newly submerged terrestiral land in water is
a.Pirmary Succession
b.Secondary Succession
c.Xerach Sucession
d.Both b and c
 

Asked by aayush 2nd December 2017, 1:41 PM
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Secondary succession is a series of community changes which take place on a previously colonised but disturbed or damaged habitat. Therefore, newly submerged terrestrial land in water is an example of secondary succession because although the land has been submerged, it was previously terrestrial with life forms surviving on it. It was previously inhabited by terrestrial organisms but now has been submerged in water due to a calamity. 

Answered by Expert 2nd December 2017, 10:43 PM
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