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1.Turtle8. Clouds 2.Water9. Wind 3.Leaves10. Bacteria 4.Sunlight11. Bones 5.Mushroom12. Butterfly 6.Aluminum13. Snow 7.Hay14. Apples LIVING OR NONLIVING???
ABIOTIC VS. BIOTIC FACTORS ANOTHER RELATIONSHIP IN ECOSYSTEMS WHAT ARE THE OTHER RELATIONSHIPS?
WHAT IS AN ECOSYSTEM? The living and non-living components of an environment But… What is living? What is non-living?
BIOTIC FACTORS The living or once-living components in an ecosystem. Examples:
STILL NOT SURE???? LIVING THINGS ALL HAVE 7 THINGS IN COMMON:
CHARACTERISTICS OF LIVING THINGS 1.Growth 2.Movement 3.Sensitivity 4.Nutrition 5.Reproduction 6.Respiration 7.Excretion
ABIOTIC FACTORS The non-living components in an ecosystem. Examples:
WHY ARE ABIOTIC FACTORS IMPORTANT? Because they help the biotic factors survive. Examples:
LIMITING FACTORS A factor that controls populations in its environment. ~ can be living or non-living Examples:
CARRYING CAPACITY The number of organisms an environment can support
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