"Abiotic" means "non-living." So you've got your water, everything the water carries with it including minerals and sediment, and rocks.
Abiotic factors in a deciduous forest biome would include water, soil, and climate. These all effect the organisms that live in the forest.
fish, algae, plants
Organisms can't live without abiotic factors. Example of Abiotic Factors: Water Temperature Water depth Amount of sunlight that passes through the water
It is known that trout live in the freshwater biome .
They live in a freshwater biome.
The soil (abiotic) will grow plants (biotic) for the living organizums like fish (biotic) to eat and live in.
Crocodiles live in freshwater biomes.
yes,organisims need abiotic factors to live
Frogs live in the freshwater biome. Frogs prefer a moist environment and they are very important part of this biome.
Fish are, of course, aquatic creatures living solely in the water. Fish either live in the freshwater biome or the marine biome depending on if they are freshwater fish or saltwater fish.
seaweed and lilies
Abiotic means not alive and biotic means alive. So lemmings and polar bears and moss would be biotic. Rocks, water, and sun would be abiotic.
animals that can take the salt in the marine water. Animals from a freshwater biome can't live in a marine biome cause it does not have the adaptation to live in the salty marine biome
no are u stupid jk they live in a water biome which is either freshwater or saltwater, but they could live in both.
what are the abiotic oceanic zones
frogs,and certain types of fish
None! Abiotic factors are non-living. Biotic is living
No, abiotic factors do not live forever. One reason, abiotic factors are non-living, or used to be living. If you mean biotic, those can't live forever either. Nothing on Earth lasts forever.
Animals that live in freshwater aremusselscrayfishturtlesottersmuskratsnailsshrimpbeaveralligators
Yes they live in the freshwater region of the aquatic biome because they adapt to freshwater since it has a low concentration of salt and also has more species that are easy to have a "preditor-prey" relationship with because alligators are opportunistic when it comes to catching their prey.
Abiotic factors such as water effect the biotic factors such as humans and plants because living things need abiotic factors 2 live. Also, abiotic factors can kill us, like natural disasters and stuff
Abiotic factors are things such as temperature. If a certain ecosystem's temperature is very high, then only organisms who can live in those conditions would be there. So basically the abiotic factors are the conditions to live in an environment.
they help living things and determine what biotic factors will live in the area or biome. for example, fertile soil is abiotic. however, since it is fertile, it will allow certain plants to live in it. and of course the result, living things, are things we need to survive. abiotic factors are very important!
Some abiotic factors in a coral reef are rocks and sand. An abiotic factor is an object that has never lived and will never live.