What effect does abiotic factors have on the population of the Great Barrier Reef?
how does tornados effect abiotic and biotics
Abiotic factors are non-living things that effect living things. Factors like acid rain, earthquakes, fires, hurricanes and even gases can effect animals.
describe two abiotic factors that effect your enviroment
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
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Abiotic factors are essentially non-living components that effect the living organisms of the freshwater community.
Abiotic factors are non-living chemical or physicals factors that will effect the environment. The major abiotic factors that produce the Earth's main climate zones are temperature, precipitation, humidity and winds.
Abiotic factors influence where and how biotic factors live in an ecosystem. Air temperature, climate, and water have an effect on biotic factors. Colder temperatures influence which biotic factors are able to survive in the area.
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Abiotic Components affect the number,distribution,metabolism and behaviour of various organisms in the ecosystem.
There are a number of effects that abiotic factors have on productivity in tropical rain forests. Rain for example will stop productivity in most cases.
Abiotic factors in a deciduous forest biome would include water, soil, and climate. These all effect the organisms that live in the forest.
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your question makes no sense did you mean how can abiotic factors have effects on biotic?
Your mum :P < - mothers cant affect ecosystems
What is the abiotic and biotic factors of the African savanna ecosystem and how they effect the ecosystem?
Abiotic factors are the nonliving things, and biotic factors are the living thing in a ecosystem. These things effects the ecosystem by natural causes, producing to decrease the organisms' resource.
may block out the sun, may block wind
Biotic = COmpetition , Prey , Food , Predator , Disease , Abiotic = Temperature , Light , Humidity , Soil ,
Abiotic factors can affect the population of deer ( s ) by not having enough space for the deer to because if deer ( s ) don't have a place to live then their going to die because people hunt for them. Another abiotic factor that can affect the population of deer ( s ) is the nutrients ( food ) and water because if there's not much food their going to die and if… Read More
Some of the abiotic factors that effect grass growth are minerals, water, carbon dioxide, and many others. Without these and other nutrients, grass will die, and your lawn will look bad.
Biotic factors are living creatures or their remains that have an effect on a given situation. Abiotic factors are nonliving, nonorganic items that have an effect on a given situation. For instance, in describing the loss of frogs from a pond, a biotic factor may be the introduction of a non-native species that hunted the frogs to local extinction. An abiotic factor may be an increase in water pH caused by increased sulfuric acid levels… Read More
Abiotic factors scientifically are the nonliving things in, and that effect an ecosystem. With that definition, the abiotic factors of every ecosystem are: sunlight, water, soil, temperature and oxygen Biotic factors are anything that is living in an ecosystem. plants, animals and humans make up most biotic factors. there must be thousands of different biotic and abiotic factors in just the salt water biome, but some examples would be: Biotic: algae, fungi, seaweed (etc) aquatic… Read More
soil, temperature, sunlight, water effect the saguaro national park.
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… Read More
The term biotic means living or having lived. Examples of biotic factors would include a frog, a leaf, a dead tree, or a piece of wood. The term abiotic means non-living, or never having lived. Examples of abiotic factors would include air, water, soil, sunlight, temperature, and climate. Abiotic factors are essentially non-living components that effect the living organisms of the community. When an ecosystem is barren and unoccupied, new organisms colonizing the environment rely… Read More
rain, sun, etc. get the point? :-)
An anbiotic factor or component is something that is non-living factors in the enviroment that effect ecosystems. They can be physical or chemical.
Biotic factors are derived from the porch monkey, and more specifically the house porch monkey. They are distinguished from abiotic factors because the house mud eater has no soul.
Abiotic factors are the non-living factors in an ecosystem that effect the survival of organisms in the ecosystem. Light, temperature, and atmospheric gases are the examples of Abiotic factors. Another example would be a forest fire. Other examples: An abiotic factor is a non-living thing that affects animals in an ecosystem. It affects the amount of animals that can live in that area.(carrying capacity i think) An example of an abiotic factor would be water… Read More
Dissolved gasses, light intensity, pH level, and water availibility.
i dont know all of them but 2 examples are water temperature and the oceans currents
The term biotic means living or having lived. Examples of biotic factors would include a frog, a leaf, a dead tree, or a piece of wood. The term abiotic means non-living, or never having lived. Examples of abiotic factors would include air, water, soil, sunlight, temperature, and climate. Bioctic factors effect organisms in the ecosystem: competition for food and water competition for shelter availability of food - plants and animals number… Read More
The roots of the plants can break down rocks to form soil particles. They can also prevent erosion by holding the soil. Plants can add humus to the soil as They decompose returning minerals. The presence of plants aerates soil, provides shade and reduces water content as well.
hi a,biotic factors effecting worms are, light, soil pH levels, moisture and humidity, humus levels. if you want more info e,mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food, water, location and competition
fires, earthquakes, temprature decrese, temprature increase, and pollution, ect. fires, earthquakes, temprature decrese, temprature increase, and pollution, ect.
Different abiotic and biotic factors can effect the rate of mitosis. Some chemicals like agricultural fertilizers are there tp speed up mitosis, rather than alcohol which slows it down
What they eat, what eats them, and what they compete with to survive
the main things that effect population growth is weather that species finds a mate wether there is enough food and wether they have safe homes
food, water, population
Snowfall, strong winds, and permafrost!!! -haine-chan <3 Snowfall, strong winds, and permafrost!!! -haine-chan <3
There are many factors that affect photosynthetic rate; temperature happens to be one of them. If temperature has no effect, then some other factor may be in play. This could be a biotic (population density, predation, etc) or abiotic factor (amount of sunlight, soil alkalinity, moisture, etc).
Food Source, Water Source, and Mortality Rate
Population density effects population size through many different factors: predation, spread of disease, competition for resources, and parasites. As such, it has a powerful effect on the carrying capacity of an environment.
There are a few things that can effect population size, some of them are lack of food sources or water sources, mortality rate, natural disasters, wildfires, diseases, and the birth and death rate.
Populations are influenced by fluctuations in any of the abiotic cycles. The fluctuations of seasonal cycles can cause populations to hibernate, migrate, or breed. Organisms breed as a result of seasonal fluctucations that cause them to have a limited resource supply. Fluctuations in the phosphorus cycle can cause changes to aquatic ecosystems, either positive or negative.
The 5 forces that affect a population are limiting factors, natural disasters, climate change, introduction of non-native species, and population changes.
How does a nonliving feature of an ecosystem would effect the growth of dandelions in that ecosystem?
abiotic features of any ecosystem affect every aspect of a living organism. These factors include light, climate, precipitation and nutrient availability etc.
Water, or the lack of water, has the greatest effect on cacti.