Biotic factors — alive elements in an ecosystem — exist in three main groups, split into five groups total: producers, consumers (herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores) and decomposers. In aquatic systems, examples of these include algae, dugongs, sharks, turtles and anaerobic bacteria .
The table below shows the differences between biotic and abiotic factors. Sunlight Water Humidity Air Temperature Salinity Precipitation Minerals Altitude Wind More items...
State a few examples of biotic resources. Plants Animals Fungi Bacteria
Common examples of abiotic factors include: Wind. Rain. Humidity. Latitude. Temperature. Elevation. Soil composition. Salinity (the concentration of salt in water)
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