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Journal: Thinks of a pond ecosystem. List the biotic factors you would find on the left and the abiotic factors on the right of your paper.

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Objectives: Describe biotic factors and recognize examples. Describe abiotic factors and recognize examples.

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Which of these best identifies biotic factors in a forest environment? plants, animals, and their surroundings: including wildflowers, birds, rocks, and water The features of the habitat and decaying material: including soil, air, dead trees, and bacteria. The things living plants and animals need: including air, water, soil, and nutrients. Producers, consumers, and decomposers: including wildflowers, deer, songbirds, and mushrooms.

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Which statement describes an abiotic factor in this ecosystem? The sun is shining in the sky. The frog is sitting on a lily pad. The butterfly is searching for food. The plants are growing upright

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Which statement describes only biotic factors in a forest ecosystem? A bird and a squirrel are living in a tree. Birds and clouds are moving in the wind. Sunlight, air, and water are used by the grass. A fish, rocks, and a turtle exist within a stream.

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Abiotic factors in an environment include all of the plants, animals, fungi, and bacteria living in a habitat. Air, water, and food that living organisms use to stay alive. Organisms, including those currently alive and those that were once living. Rocks, water, sunlight, nutrients, climates, and other nonliving characteristics.

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A group of students learned that there are many types of bacteria living inside their bodies. These bacteria are considered part of the biotic environment. Which statement best explain why? They are living organisms They provide nutrients to their host. They exist within other living organisms. They are dependent on other organisms.

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Which answer choice correctly identifies the abiotic items in a pond? fish, plants, and parasites on the fish Plants, water, and rocks at the bottom Fish, dissolved gases, and parasites on the fish Water, dissolved gases, and rocks at the bottom.

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Plants require moisture, oxygen, carbon dioxide, light, and minerals for growth. These requirements are best described as Biotic factors Abiotic factors Climate factors Respiratory factors

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Which statement describes both biotic and abiotic factors in this pond ecosystem? The ecosystem contains aquatic plants and fish. The ecosystem contains flying insects and land plants. The ecosystem contains sand on the pond bottom and plants on the shore. The ecosystem contains the rocks on the pond bottom and oxygenated water.


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