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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abiotic_component

In biology and ecology, abiotic components or abiotic factors are non-living chemical and ... For example, there is a significant difference in access in both water and humidity between temperate rain forests and deserts. This difference in water ...

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May 9, 2015 ... Abiotic factors are any thing in an environment that is non-living. This list is large! rocks soil (pH, nutrients, nitrogen content, etc.) sunlight ...

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Aug 20, 2015 ... When it comes to ecosystems, a mountain, a river, and a cloud have more in common than you might think. Abiotic factors have specific and ...

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Abiotic factors are the factors that are either physical or chemical factors that are ... Below are a few examples of the effects of temperature in plants and animals:.

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biotic means living (ie. insect, bacteria, growth-rate, etc.) abiotic means not-living (ie. sunlight, water, etc ...

biologydictionary.net/abiotic-factors

Abiotic factors are non-living factors in an ecosystem. As part of the ecosystem, these factors do effect the living things in it, but they are not living themselves.

www.diffen.com/difference/Abiotic_vs_Biotic

The significance of abiotic and biotic factors comes in their interaction with each other. For a community or an ecosystem to ...

www.reference.com/science/common-examples-abiotic-factors-c23e4a537d4fcbe2

Common abiotic factors include temperature, light, moisture and pH. In a standard ecosystem, abiotic factors represent any non-living elements of that system.

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Jun 15, 2016 ... Abiotic factors are also known as non living organism or living things. ... The descriptions and examples above are some of the effects of climate ...

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Biotic factors are the living parts of an ecosystem---the animals, plants and microorganisms. Abiotic factors are the non living parts of an ecosystem. For example: ...