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How do organisms compete for abiotic factors within wetland ecosystems?

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  1. Juicypassion13
    • 3 years ago
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    Factors exist in nature which are living, referred to as biotic, and those which are not living, called abiotic. [ Abiotic factors include elements such as tempera¬ture, moisture, available light, presence of nutrients, inert objects like rocks, and environmental pollutants.

  2. Juicypassion13
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    This was just to inform you about abiotic factors.

  3. Juicypassion13
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    Okay, Thank You for trying! :)

  4. TranceNova
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    Okay, well when organisms compete they usually compete for things that they both need, so which of those factors that you listed do you think many organisms might need?

  5. TranceNova
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    (though given the chatbox, sounds like you need sleep first) :3

  6. Juicypassion13
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    hah yeah, Thank you! :)

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