Abiotic and Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors: rocks, and water
Biotic Factors: trees, leaves, moss, and grass
1. Describe the difference between abiotic and biotic factors- abiotic factors are nonliving and biotic factors are living
2. Explain how abiotic and biotic factors interact with each other- without abiotic factors biotic factors wouldn't be able to basically live
3. A desert is an example of an of an ecosystem. Give an example of another ecosystem and list five examples of abiotic/biotic factors thet might exist there- an ecosystem could be a rainforest which has one, rocks, two water, three monkeys, four fungus, and five trees
4. What would happen if five of the abiotic/biotic factors disappeared from this ecosystem, explain- the rainforest wouldn't be a rainforest any more, because what's a rainforest without rain.