Biotic and abiotic in ecosystem
frog / sun / pond /
fish / water / /
tadpole / air / /
flies / / /
snail / / /
water weeds / / /
woold / / /
bushes / / /
grass / / /
Physiology. the slowest, therefore rate-limiting, step in a process or reaction involving several steps.
Biology. an environmental factor that tends to limit population size.
the number or quantity of people or things that can be conveyed or held by a vehicle or container
Energy in a Ecosystem
An example of the concept of energy flow through trophic levels of a food chain. There are several different factors that control the primary productivity of energy and biomass flow.Energy flow is the amount of energy that moves through a food chain.
Biotic and aAbiotic difference
this is a living animal this animal could still be biotic if the animal dies
this machine is abiotic is has never been alive