Asked in Earth Sciences, Forests
What are abiotic factors in a deciduous forest biome?
Abiotic factors in a deciduous forest biome would include water, soil, and climate. These all effect the organisms that live in the forest. ...
Asked in Ecosystems
What is the interaction between biotic and abiotic factors in a freshwater ecosystem?
The soil (abiotic) will grow plants (biotic) for the living organizums like fish (biotic) to eat and live in. ...
Asked in Tundra
What abiotic and biotic factors that live in a tundra or tundra biome?
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. ...
Asked in Human and Animal Interaction, Ecosystems
What abiotic factors live in an estuary environment?
None! Abiotic factors are non-living. Biotic is living
Asked in Environmental Issues, Ecosystems, Forests
How are the abiotic and biotic factors interdependent?
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 ...
Asked in Biomes
Do alligators live in the freshwater biome?
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. ...
Asked in Ecosystems
How can abiotic factors disturb biodiversity?
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. ...
Asked in Biology, Ecosystems
Why do we need non living things to survive?
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! ...
Asked in Science
What are biotic and abiotic factor?
Abiotic factors are essentially non-living components that effect the living organisms of the freshwater community. When an ecosystem is barren and unoccupied, new organisms colonising the environment rely on favourable environmental conditions in the area to allow them to successfully live and reproduce. These environmental factors are abiotic factors. When a variety of species are present in such an ecosystem, the consequent actions of these species can affect the lives of fellow species in the area, these factors are deemed biotic factors. ...