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biotic and abiotic factors in the biosphere

learn about the various biotic and abiotic factors in the biosphere

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are organisms interact with other living things relate wildlife wing of a place and interactions asus wings are called biotic factors establishing relationships between living things in an ecosystem.

Biotic factors can be classified into:

producers or autotrophs, organisms able to manufacture or synthesize their own food from inorganic substances such as carbon dioxide.

consumers or heterotrophs, organisms incapable of producing their food, so you eat and synthesized. It is a term associated with biology, which refers to that environment in which life is impossible, abiotic factors appear to influence the physical and chemical components of the environment.

Abiotic are: air, water, sunlight, and soil, including for example:

a cow is (biotic) requires air (abiotic), water (abiotic) among other things. biotic biotic and abiotic factors abiotic biosphere is the layer of Earth where life develops. The layer includes heights used by some birds in flight, up to ten kilometers above sea level and the deep sea and the Puerto Rico Trench over 8 kilometers deep. However, these ends are generally Earth layer is thin alive, since the upper layers of the atmosphere with low oxygen and the temperature is very low, while ocean depths greater than 1.000 m are dark and cold. A biome is an ecological space characterized by different geographical characteristics as average temperatures and annual rainfall, as well as plant and animal communities living there. The major terrestrial biomes are: jungle, forest, prairie, savanna, taiga, steppe, desert and tundra. biomes terrestrial biomes

The distribution of major terrestrial biomes by latitude is primarily conditioned by the climate. The aquatic biomes: can be marine (saltwater) or freshwater. Marine biomes are basically two: the ocean or coastal or pelagic and neritic
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