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BIOLOGY

UNIT 3 KA 2

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What is a Biotic Factor? And give 3 examples A living factor that can affect the distribution of organisms. Food availability/ Competition/ Grazing/ Disease/ Predators
What would Competition occur? Competition can occur if organisms are competing for the same resources that are in short supply.
What is Grazing? A method of feeding in which a HERBIVORE feeds on plants such as grass.
What are 3 levels of grazing ? High intensity - Moderate - Low intensity
2 Examples plants and animals may be in competition for? Plants - Light intensity/Root space/Moisture Animals - Territory/Mates/Food supply/Water
What is a Abiotic Factor?Give 3 examples Are non-living factor that can affect the distribution of organisms. Temp/PH/Light Intensity/Moisture
Sampling Techniques for Plants and Animals? Plants= Quadrats Animals= Pitfall Traps and Net sampling
What is Indicator Species? Species that by their presence, abundance or absence indicate environmental quality / levels of pollution in the enviroment
Created by: Emilylogue67