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- Pollination may be biotic or abiotic. Biotic pollination relies on living pollinators to move the pollen from one flower to another. Abiotic pollination relies on wind, water or even rain.
- Experiments have been performed to see if the massive abiotic carbonate is possible in extreme environments.
- An ecosystem consists of both the biotic and abiotic components of an environment.
- Foldamers are classified into three different categories: peptidomimetic foldamers, nucleotidomimetic foldamers, and abiotic foldamers.
- This stage occurs when the material is exposed to abiotic factors in the outdoor environment and allows for further degradation by weakening the material's structure.
- Increases in toxicity can also be caused by abiotic chemical reactions.
- Abiotic factors serve as the first filter of invasive species within a respective habitat.
- Occurrences of abiotic petroleum in commercial amounts in the oil wells in offshore Vietnam are sometimes cited, as well as in the Eugene Island block 330 oil field, and the Dnieper-Donets Basin.
- These different elements can be separated into Abiotic (Non-living things) and Biotic (living things).
- Abiotic drivers of across-year synchrony has been investigated more thoroughly, as many early studies of flowering synchrony were concerned with determining the role of abiotic cues in interannual flowering synchrony.
- Some abiotic factors that may affect this species is that they are very limited in geographic distributions and/or in characteristics of their environments, especially with respect to water temperature, dissolved oxygen concentration, and salinity.
- Some smaller marine organisms maximize their own dispersal by attaching to a raft - a biotic or abiotic object that is being moved by the ocean’s currents.
- This idea leads into the understanding of how abiotic stress and endangered species are related.
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