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A primary succesion is an area that has not been previously occupied by a community.
A fault line.
This area is called the fault line.
Since a tornado destroys existing vegetation but leaves the soil mostly intact the area will regrow by secondary succession.
Primary Succession :)
Pioneer plants are usually present in an area where primary succession begins.
Primary succession occurs in an area with no soil or organic matter, like an area after a volcanic eruption. Secondary succession occurs where there is already soil.
Primary succession is when development of an area that has not had a community begins. Secondary succession is when a community starts to rebuild itself after a disturbance(Like a hurricane or tornado). Hope this helps :D
Things in nature are not black and white, and there are intermediate stages so this makes this question somewhat difficult.Succession that begins in new habitats, uninfluenced by preexisting communities is called primary succession, whereas succession that follows disruption of a preexisting community is called secondary succession.Primary succession: the development of plant and animal life in an area without topsoil; the development of biotic communities in a previously uninhabited and barren habitat with little or no soil.Pioneer succession doesn't exist as a succession term, but pioneer species do.The definition of primary succession fits as the answer to your question.
Soil nutrients remain in the area which enables plants to grow.
the lava and ash deposited during a volcanic eruption breaks down to provide valuable nutrients for the soil