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Biotic & Abiotic

Abiotic and Biotic Factors

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biotic factors are living
abiotic factors are nonliving
native species are species that are commonly found in that specific area
nonnative species are species that are commonly NOT found in that specific area
nonnative species are known as what to a different region aliens
a nonnative specie here in louisiana is nutria
a native specie found here in louisiana is crawfish
an example of an abiotic factor is soil,climate,temparature,sunlight,water,air,rock,sand,and sky etc..
an example of a bitoic factor is dogs,turtle,humans,insects,and sharks etc..
what is a limiting factor is anything that restricts the number of individual organiims in a population or in a community
what is carrying capacity it is the largest number of individuals of one species that an ecosystem can support over time
Created by: katelyn504