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What are some abiotic & biotic factors that affect a population?

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  • 1 month ago

    The abundance of organisms in an ecosystem is dependent upon biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living) factors.

    The abundance is the number of organisms in an ecosystem and their distribution is affected by abiotic factors.

    They include:Light intensity , temperature , moisture levels , soil pH content , soil mineral content , carbon dioxide levels for plants , wind intensity and direction , oxygen levels for aquatic animals  

    Biotic factors : New predators , availability of foood , new pathogens , out-competition -The introduction of a new species into an ecosystem can result in it out-competing another native species.

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  • 1 month ago

    Oh who knows.

    Abiotic:

    Presence and amount of liquid water

    Water quality (salinity, pH, other dissolved stuff - nitrates & phosphates, iron, ...)

    Partial pressure of oxygen gas

    Temperature

    Regolith type

    Certain pollutants

    Biotic:

    What lives there now

    What has died and enriched the soil or water

    What has died and provides nesting spots / living area

    What has died and contaminates the area for some while enriching it for others

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