The impact on biodiversity of microorganisms living on the soil, with emphasis on the role of fungi, is an important topic for biogeographers and ecologists.
Although there is currently very little evidence about the effects of climate changes on biodiversity, the importance of this issue is well-known.
We need to understand the role that microorganisms play in sustaining our ecosystems.
We also need to know how they have adapted to change and, more generally, the ecological systems they maintain.
Microorganisms play a major role in the natural and human environments and are of fundamental importance for human health and well-being.
However, their presence has been decreasing over the last 50 years due to a number of ecological, biological and economic pressures, mainly in response to human activities such as agricultural production, urbanisation and urbanisation-related pollution.
We have now reached the point where the ecosystem is being seriously threatened by the increasing frequency and severity of extreme events, such as droughts, flooding and extreme heat, which are accompanied by the introduction of new pathogens, parasites and pests.
In addition, there is an increasing emphasis on microbial degradation and degradation of ecosystems.
The importance of microorganists is not only a consequence of the increasing human population and development but also of the increase in the intensity of anthropogenic processes, which include the degradation of soil nutrients, the expansion of the agricultural sector, human consumption of biofuels and the increasing use of synthetic fertilisers and pesticides.
We are in a state of flux and the consequences of this are already beginning to be felt.
In this article, we will focus on the impact of changes in climate on microorganisms on soils and the impact on microorganics living on them.
In order to provide a concise summary, we focus on macroorganism-microorganism interactions, while we shall consider microorganist-microfauna interactions.
In the next section, we also discuss how the relationship between microbes and their inhabitants has changed over time.
For example, the evolution of the microbes in the soil is directly linked to the emergence of microflora and the subsequent invasion of microaeruginos.
For the rest of the article, a brief introduction is given about the microorganisms and their role in ecosystems.
In our next article, which will discuss the importance and importance of microbes for the human diet, we shall discuss the impact that changes in diet have on microfloral communities.