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Would a pond or garden be an abiotic factor in a neighborhood?

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  1. No.

  2. Oh,then what would be?

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  3. Our homework is to make a list of at least 3 things within our home/neighborhood of- Abiotic factor ,Biotic factor, Organisms,population and community. I have examples of all of them but no examples or in the neighborhood for the first two.

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  4. Water is considered an abiotic factor because it isn't living. However, ponds have plants and living organisms in them. Gardens are biotic because they contain living organisms.

  5. oh so what about oxygen,sunlight and...a pool that contains water?

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  6. Biotic Resources: are based on living organisms.
    Examples are animals, birds, forests.

    Abiotic Resources: are based on non-living organisms. Examples are water, air, minerals. They cannot reproduce themselves.

    Did this help? :-)

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  7. Yes it did a bit thank you!

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  8. Your welcome! :-)

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