What are some interactions between biotic and abiotic factors in the oceans?
well first thing I know is that the fish and other animals breathe underwater so the fish or other sea animals are interacting with the oxygen or the carbon dioxide. Next, the coral reefs or the sea sponge need the sunlight and the water to grow. I think these are pretty much I know...and I hope this will help(?)
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The biotic factors are basically anything that is a living organism e.g. animals and plants. Whereas abiotic factors are non-living things such as carcasses, feces, urine, rocks, sand, etc......
Aboitic factors are not living things. Biotic factors are living things. Parts of the ecosystem that are not alive like the sun, water, orrocks are known as abiotic factors. Living things like grass,animals, trees are known as biotic factors.
Abiotic factors in the Tundra are physical or non-living factors.They include strong winds, short days, and poor soil quality.Biotic factors are biological influences like wildlife and plants.
Abiotic factors are those that affect living organisms in freshwater systems, and biotic factors affect species in the surrounding area. Although crustaceans, woodlice do not live in water. Rather, they thrive in damp areas that provide moisture as woodlice rapidly lose hydration through excretion.
\nNot completely wrong, only partially correct.\n. \n. \nFrom Wikipedia : ... In biology, abiotic components are non-living chemical and physical factors in the environment. These may be classified as light, temperature, water, atmospheric gases, and wind as well as soil and animal (edaphic) and p…hysiographic (nature of land surface) factors. \n. \n"All the living organisms that inhabit an environment are called biotic factors"\n. \n- usually organized as prey and predators subcategories\n. \n. \n. \n clown anemonefish \n. \n blue marlin \n. \n great barracuida \n. \n poroupine fish \n. \n skipjack tuna \n. \n smooth hammer head \n. \n stonefish \n. \n reptiles \n. \n green turtle \n. \n hawksbill \n. \n birds \n. \n brown booby \n. \n mammals \n. \n dugong \n. \n finless porpoise \n. \n invertebrates ( some live in kelp) \n. \n cnidarians \n. \n crustarears \n. \n echinoderms \n. \n mollusks \n. \n sponges (MORE)
Biotic- the animals are adapted to the cold. abiotic- the weather is very cold with very little precipitation.
Abiotic Factors:water salt chemicals minerals, rocks, air, sunshine, temperature, climate Biotic Factors: fish, plankton, plants, phytoplankton, zooplankton, bird, otters, seals
Biotic - living. Abiotic - non-living. (in short). Biotic - all marine animals and plants- dolphins, fish, stingrays, starfish, shellfish, shrimps, seaweed, seagrasses, phytoplankton, zooplankton, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, nudibranchs, cunjevoi, coral, sea sponges etc. (the list is endless). A…biotic - all minerals, chemicals and substances - water, rocks, gases (i can't specify). I think that just about sums it up. Hope its helpful! (MORE)
The soil (abiotic) will grow plants (biotic) for the living organizums like fish (biotic) to eat and live in.
Biotic means of, relating to, or resulting from living things,especially in their ecological relations. Abiotic is not derivedfrom living organisms. So biotic factors include plants andanimals, while abiotic factors include rocks and water.Literally life and death. Biotic = Living, like plants and a…nimals Abiotic = Non-living, like rocks and wind and temperature (MORE)
Abiotic - nonliving things in an ecosystem - soil,sand, water, rocks, air Biotic - anything alive, such as plants andanimals, bacteria, fungi
a biotic factor is a living organisms in the environment and a abortic factor is a non-living thing in the environment
biotic factors are living things that are alive or once were alive (bones, dead leaves, etc). abiotic are things that are not alive, like the sun, temperature, climate, precipitation,etc.
A Biotic Factor is a living thing and an Abiotic Factor is a non-living thing.
Abiotic means not living. Abiotic factors include temperature,soil, light, aspect, atmospheric gases present, sunlight, wind,wind patterns, precipitation, habitat, season, cloud cover,altitude and location of the ecosystem. The seasons, cloud cover,altitude and aspect and location of the ecosystem w…ill determinehow much sunlight plants receive and therefore will governphotosynthesis. Biotic factors are the living things in theecosystem. They need air to breath and light to photosynthesize,for example. (MORE)
Nothing, nothing at all so just leave me alone Well, biotic means living things, and abiotic is non-living things. Does that help? :)
Some abiotic factors in a desert would be sand, rocks, water,stones and climate. Some biotic factors would include cacti,bushes, snakes, rodents and bugs.
the interactions of abiotic and biotic factors in the desert include things like a snake having a home under a rock a rabbit drinking from a stream things of that nature really any interaction of a nonliving thing (rocks, water, wind, even temp), abiotic factor, with any living thing (rabbits, snake…s, plants), biotic factors. (MORE)
Every environment has both biotic and abiotic components within them. Biotic organisms rely on many abiotic substances to be able to survive. Like water, water is not living, but yet it helps keep many organisms alive. It is a substance needed to most organisms to stay alive, as well it provides a h…ome. Another example would be rocks. Again, they are abiotic, but can provide a shelter or home. Or for birds, are used to help keep them healthy and their systems working. (MORE)
interactions between biotic and abiotic factors are the things that shape the environment around you for example. more trees=more shade=lower temperature
Well , abiotic means the environment which consists of nonliving natural objects as rocks,water,etc..Biotic means living organisms. They have a very,very,very,very,very nice interaction.
some abiotic factors are the temperature, salinity and oxygen. . some biotic factors are competition, human intervation, dispersal and predators.
biotic factors are things that are living; describes living factors in the environment like trees, animals, etc. Aboitic factors describe the nonliving part of the environment, including water, rocks, light, and temperature
An example of an interaction between a biotic and abiotic element is a Tree(biotic) interacts with soil( abiotic). Tree needs soil to grow
Abiotic and biotic factors interact directly in an ecosystem tokeep it alive. This is the interaction of living things and nonliving things with a good example being organisms using water whichis essential to life but has no life.
What are interactions between biotic and abiotic components of the biome in rainforest in Central America?
identify and discribe the biotic and the abiotic components of thebiome of the region in central america
one of them is how the Worm eats the Bacteria on/under rocks and logs. Worm = Living Thing Log/Rock = Non-Living (A log is a dead tree, therefore it cant grow. A rock just cant grow)
abiotic means no-living and biotic means living, or existing. Though the interaction of the ecosystem is this: The sex between a boy or a girl in a relationship.And the Biotic is the living though abiotic components of the ecosystem. Examples: A Boy would grow a girl gets develope in itest on t…he boy the get married and have a child. Then the child grows. Qwestion: Why do the boy and girl prepared sex? (MORE)
Distinguish between abiotic and biotic factors. Biotic Factors: relates to the biological parts of the environment features include: Â· All the living organisms Â· How many types there are Â· Their numbers Â· Distribution and Â· Interactions Abiotic Factors relates to the physic…al parts of the environment this includes chemical factors like Â· Temperature Â· Rainfall Â· Type of soil Â· Salinity of water (MORE)
Biotic organisms, anything living, needs to interact with abiotic things, such as water, oxygen, soil, nutrients, etc. to survive.
Which event illustrates the interaction of an abiotic factor with a biotic factor in the environment?
The low light intensity of the forest affects the growth of pine trees. The light intensity is an abiotic factor, the growth of pine trees is the biotic factor. This is your answer.
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Biotic: fish, plankton, sea mammals, coral reefs, shellfish. Abiotic: H2O, salt, sunlight, ocean floor, minerals.
All organisms (living things) need an important abiotic factor, which in this case is water to survive. Most biotic factors need abiotic factors to live. And vise versa.
Biotic factors are living things, like plants and animals. Abioticfactors are non-living things, like rocks and weather.
These are the essential components of the environment. biotic system consists of living things(animals and plants) abiotic system consists of non-living things(air, sun, water etc.). abiotic system is essential for living things to live..
These components, together, create an ecosystem. The abiotic factors are the NONLIVING things (climate, precipitation, type of soil), the biotic factors are the LIVING things...
these are continuous interactions help in maintaining the natural balance in the environment & it's existence
Abiotic factors are the non-living factors in an environment. In a backyard, rocks are abiotic factors. Biotics factors are living factors in an environment. Biotic factors in a backyard are grass, insects, and small animals.
Biotic = COmpetition , Prey , Food , Predator , Disease , Abiotic = Temperature , Light , Humidity , Soil ,
I'll just use an example. A biotic animal(such as a deer) drinks the abiotic substance water to survive. -hayl95
Lakes and ponds have biotic and abiotic factors. Biotic factors arethings that are living, such as plants, animals andmicro-organisms. Abiotic factors are nonliving, such as physicaland chemical interactions.
There are many interactions between biotic and abiotic factors. Animals drinking water is a good example. So is the fact that trees providing shade. Sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide making glucose (for plants), oxygen, and water vapor is also another example. And animals making burrows in the gro…und is a good example, too. By: Celina Smith (MORE)
Biotic = Living Abiotic = Non-Living there is a lot of difference between a thing that is living and a thing that is non living.
A biotic factor is a factor in an ecosystem that is living or once was living. For example, a tree, grass, a bird, people etc. biotic factors also don't currently have to BE alive. A decomposing tree is biotic, oil, natural gas and fossil fuels are biotic because they are basically dead organisms th…at have been squished under pressure for a long time. Abiotic factors never lived and never will live. Rocks are abiotic, air is abiotic, temperature, water, sunlight etc. is all abiotic. So abiotic never lived nor never will live. I hope this helps! :-) (MORE)
Abiotic is everything that isn't alive, so the sun, the water and the rocks on the sea bed. Biotic is everything alive, the fish, their faeces and dead bodies, algae... and so on. The human element is interesting, I suppose it's biotic, but the noise pollution by boats which are obviously not livi…ng ... I don't know, biotic or abiotic? (MORE)
If a organism interacts with a biotic it makes an enviorment for more biotic factors to live in. .
Abiotic factors - water temperature, dissolved oxygen content,water pH, soil type Biotic factors - crabs, fish, algae, seaweed
the biotic is factors are living things in an ecosystem or biome like for a marine biome it would be animals plants and all that stuff abiotic thing are things that are not living like rocks air sunlight temperature and so on
Your question is redundant. Biotic means a living factor and an organism means a living factor.