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- Created on: 08-05-18 18:49
Aboitic factors: CO2 levels, light intensity, temperature, soil pH levels, moisture levels.
Different organisms are adapted to different abiotic factors.
Changes in Abiotic factors can influenece populations:
1) Decrease in light intensity = plants rate of photosynthesis will decrease, they may die (decreas in the plant population) = animals that consume those plants may die if they are strongly dependant on that plant.
Biotic factors: New preditors, new diseases, more competition, availability of food.
1) Behavioural: Migration to warmer climates during the winter to avoid problems that come with cold weathers.
2) Structural: Features of an organisms body, e.g a snow fox has white fur so they're camouflaged against preditors and they can sneak up on prey.
3) Functional: Inside an organisms body, e.g Desert animals conserve water by producing very little sweat and small amount of concentrated urine.
1) Producers (5000 Plants)
2) Primary consumers (100 Rabits)
3) Secondary consumers ( 1 Fox)
Quadrats: Used to…