what are the abiotic and biotic factors of a desert biome?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Abiotic factors are nonliving things that shape an organism's environment. These can include temperature, light, moisture, air currents, etc. In a desert biome: hot temperature, amounts of sun, little precipitation, lack of humidity, wind.

    Biotic factors, however, are living things that shape an organism's environment. These will be things such as predators and prey. In a desert...predators: rattlesnakes, coyotes, owls, hawks. prey: quails, lizards, tarantula, jackrabbit

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  • 1 decade ago

    the abiotic factors would be anything not living such as the sand, temb., wind, etc. and the biotic factors would be the living things such as catai, lizards, desert plants, bugs, etc.

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