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How do organisms compete for abiotic factors within wetland ecosystems?

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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┬Čture, moisture, available light, presence of nutrients, inert objects like rocks, and environmental pollutants.
This was just to inform you about abiotic factors.
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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?
(though given the chatbox, sounds like you need sleep first) :3
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