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1. Ecosystem structure
The physical and spatial aspects of an ecosystem that are contributed by the biotic composition. Biotic composition is generally determined by the collective physiognomy of the dominant plants, including life forms, vertical stratification, and size.

2. Physiognomy
* An anatomy term referring to a person's general physical appearance and shape, particularly the person's face. * A psychology term for a subfield which studied how one can tell the personality traits and attitudes of a person based on the shape of the person's head, face and other physical traits. (This is not a modern area of study).

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