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Genetic Diversity and its Conservation.

Author(s): John Watson

Biological diversity is the variance found in all plant and animal species, as well as their genetic material and the habitats in
which they live. There are three types of diversity: genetic diversity, species diversity, and ecosystem diversity. Biodiversity’s value
to humanity has been widely recognized in recent decades, and many would argue that diversity is necessary for the long-term
development of various human activities. Biological diversity can help social and economic institutions thrive in ways that help the
world’s poorest people satisfy their food and nutritional needs while also preserving the cultural diversity of countries throughout
the world.