Biotic and Abiotic Affects on Ecosystems
Non-living element that influences and ecosystem
Living element that affects an ecosystem
Maximum amount of organisms an environment can support
Relationship where one affected person is benefitted while the additional is unaffected Competition
Marriage where the microorganisms compete for the same services of the environment Density Dependent Element
Factor that depends on the initial density and size of the citizenry Density Independent Factor
Element that does not be based upon the original denseness and scale the population Ecological Relationship
Romantic relationship between the people of two (or more) different species. Mutualism
Marriage where both equally organisms are benefitted
Selection of abiotic circumstances within the threshold range in which a species is most beneficial adapted. Parasitism
Relationship wherever one patient (parasite) benefits at the price of the other (host) Predation
Romance where one organism (predator) feeds in another (prey) Tolerance Range
The abiotic conditions in a species can easily sustain and survive
Biotic factors - plants, animals, bacteria, fungi, etc .
Abiotic factors - water, landforms, temperature, sunshine, soil, vapors in the atmosphere etc . Density dependant factor is also one factor that influences the delivery rate or mortality rate of a human population. A disease included within a dense population. In the event the organisms live close together, in that case each affected person will have a greater probability rate of receiving the disease, rather than if the persons lived separate. The density dependant component would be the distributing disease. Disease, predation, food shortage, competition, lack of space, etc . Density independent element is also a factor that affects the beginning rate or perhaps mortality price of a populace. A severe storm or perhaps flood passing through an area can simply wipe out a sizable population as a small one particular. The density...