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Competition for Biotic and Abiotic Factors

A presentation on competition for biotic and abiotic factors.

Matthew Edge

on 11 December 2012

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Transcript of Competition for Biotic and Abiotic Factors

Competition for biotic and abiotic factors. Competition Definition - a living thing, as an animal or plant, that influences or affects an ecosystem

Examples - grass, fish, trees, ants, bushes, mircoorganisms, lions, ANYTHING LIVING

Biotic factors help humans by providing us with food, clothing, shade, and even shelter. They help animals in virtually the same way - food, shelter, shade Biotic Factors Abiotic Factors What is competition? Competition is when two or more competitiors physically or mentally out do the others. Like in a 400m race two or more competitiors run fourhundred meters and the fastest person wins the next fastest comes in second and the third fastest comes in third. It is a competition between two or more people and the top three fastest runners come out on top which means they outdid the other competitiors physically. Or when two or more kids go to a U.I.L competition and try to write the best story the top three best stories get chosen and those kids come in first, second, and third place. There are many types of competition there is fun competition like sports an U.I.L but there is also competition for survival between animals. They have to fight or outsmart each other to get to the top of the food chain where they can survive without predators. Definition - abiotic components that are non-living chemical and physical factors in the environment

Examples - Clouds, water, rocks, mountains, houses, dirt,
the sun

Abiotic factors help humans by serving as building material, providing us with water, and heating our planet. They serve animals by providing vital water, the sun gives plants energy, and heating our planet so all animals don't freeze to death.
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