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Sore51

  • one year ago

6. Why would decaying logs in the woods not be an abiotic factor? (5 points)

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  1. InYourHead
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    ABIOTIC factors are NON-LIVING factors. When we're talking about decaying logs, we're talking about LIVING, and organic things. Two facts here: 1. Logs were once part of trees. Trees are living. 2. BACTERIA are what causes logs to decay. And bacteria are also living. LIVING factors are called BIOTIC factors.

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