An individual is one plant in a species. A population is a group of those same individual plants. A community is made up of more than one population of different species.
Just like animals and other organisms, plants are classified by Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Species. That is the standard taxonomy for all living things. Here is a website for an example of how this works in the case of wheat. However, in this case the word “Division” is substituted for “Phylum” and Genus is omitted from the diagram. Some botanists develop slightly different systems that make sense to them for the group of plants that they are studying.
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