By –Shreyansh nayak’s group
Biotic components are the living things that
shape an ecosystem. Ex : plants animals and
human beings. Each biotic factor ...
Producers: Plants are primary producers of food.
Consumers: Organisms which depend for food on
others are consumers. Ex: a...
In ecology and biology, abiotic components (also
called abiotic factors) are non -
living chemical and physical factors in...
Abiotic factors:
Abiotic and biotic factors are present in every
ecosystem and community. They work together to
provide a working environme...
EG:
Abiotic components
Abiotic components
Abiotic components
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Abiotic components

  1. 1. By –Shreyansh nayak’s group
  2. 2. Biotic components are the living things that shape an ecosystem. Ex : plants animals and human beings. Each biotic factor needs energy to do work and food for proper growth. Biotic components are those that can produce, consume or decompose food depending on their nature and role in natural process.
  3. 3. Producers: Plants are primary producers of food. Consumers: Organisms which depend for food on others are consumers. Ex: animals and humans. Decomposers: Organisms that survive on dead and decaying matter are decomposers. Ex: bacteria and fungi.
  4. 4. In ecology and biology, abiotic components (also called abiotic factors) are non - living chemical and physical factors in the environment, which affect ecosystems. EX: sunlight, soil, air, etc.
  5. 5. Abiotic factors:
  6. 6. Abiotic and biotic factors are present in every ecosystem and community. They work together to provide a working environment that is best for all living things. Abiotic factors are very diverse, but each one plays its own role in ecosystem maintenance.
  7. 7. EG:

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