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What are 5 biotic and 5 abiotic factors of desert ecosystem?

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2015-07-27 06:23:17
2015-07-27 06:23:17

Abiotic: Sand, Sunlight, water, air and temperature

Biotic: Scorpions, coyotes, snakes, spiders, lizard, cacti,and cheetah !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Notes: Someone else said that twigs are biotic. Twigs are not biotic. They are either part of an biotic factor, or abiotic fully (like if it fell off a tree). JK HEHEHEHE

Also here are the meanings of the two words:

Abiotic: Nonliving

water simply is Abiotic.

Biotic: Living

humans simply are biotic.

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