How Wheat Affects The Community

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Wheat is a crop that is used worldwide and feeds millions of people. However, the household product does a lot more than just that. Wheat affects the whole community directly and indirectly and has a greater impact than imaginable on the world as a whole. This paper will discuss the importance of wheat, the abiotic and biotic factors that affect it, the impact on the community both positively and negatively, and the overall benefits of the existence of the crop.
Wheat is also known as Triticum has a very large impact on biodiversity, which can be seen through the direct and indirect relationships between communities. Communities are groups of interacting species that live in the same area and within the same time period. Wheat can be affected

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