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abiotic and biotic factors

environment everything that surrounds and affects an organisms
biotic factors features of the environment that are alive or once alive
abiotic factors nonliving physical features of the environment including air, water, sunlight, temperature, climate, and soil.
atmoshpere air surrounding the earth that is made of nitrogen and oxygen and carbon dioxide.
soil is a mixture of weathered rock and mineral fragments decayed organic matter, water, and air that can take thousands of years to grow.
climate refers to an area's average weather conditions overtime including temperature, rainfall, or other precipitation, and wind.
how come soil can be considered an abiotic and biotic factor its and abiotic factor because its mostly made up of nonliving material however soil contains decaying organism organic matter as known as humus.
Created by: ammeewing