The biotic factors in an ecosystem are physio-chemical or nonliving parts of an environment, while abiotic factors are living components of an environment. More »

Abiotic factors in a lake ecosystem include non-living components such as light, temperature, pH of the water and oxygen content. Biotic factors include living components of a lake such as bacteria, phytoplanktons, aquat... More »

Trees, grass and cattle are examples of biotic factors in most savannas, while temperature, sunlight and soil composition are major abiotic factors. Specific factors are what determine the impact of biotic relationships ... More »

Abiotic factors are the non-living parts of an ecosystem. The abiotic factors of Antarctica are its low temperatures, small amount of precipitation and polar ice sheet. Abiotic factors work with the biotic, or living, fa... More »

Nonliving parts of an ecosystem are called abiotic components or abiotic factors. These include parts of the ecosystem that are non-living but still affect it. Examples include water, soil, air, temperature and sunlight. More »

A grassland ecosystem is the collection of plants, animals and micro-organisms that live within an environment where grasses are the primary form of vegetation. Examples of grassland ecosystems include the prairies of we... More »

Four abiotic factors in the prairie ecosystem include the climate, the topography, the soil and natural disturbances. Abiotic factors are the nonliving things or conditions that affect an ecosystem as well as the organis... More »