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Copy of Biotic & Abiotic Factors [ 12E ]
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12E: Describe biotic and abiotic parts of an ecosystem in which organisms interact.
Biotic, means related to life. Biotic factors in and environment, are the factors/organisms that are alive. This includes formerly living things.
Abiotic & Biotic Organisms
Abiotic factors are non-living or once-living things. Abiotic factors affect biotic factors.
Definition:Physical rather than biological; not derived from living organisms.
In this Prezi you will learn to differentiate the Abiotic and Biotic Organisms of an ecosystem, and what happens when they interact.
By: Katelyn, Kelly, Rachael, & Gaby hi kelly
This is a brief video explaining biotic and abiotic factors.
Anything that isn't or was, alive!
Interaction in the ecosystem
Interactions in the ecosystem occur when both Abiotic and Biotic organisms affect and "interact" with each other.
You see biotic & abiotic things every day! You may not even realize it!
Biotic and abiotic factors combine
to create an ecosystem.
An ecosystem is a community
of living and nonliving things.
If a factor is changed the
whole system could be altered.
Think you're an expert on biotic and abiotic organisms? Take the quiz!
In your ISN, write down as many biotic and abiotic organisms you see in this video.