Meaning Abiotic
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Non-living; describes a property of an environment that is purely physical or chemical, such as light, air, water, or nutrients. © 2009 Nature Education
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1. Not associated with living organisms.
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Non-living thing. Usually refers to the physical and chemical components of an organism's environment. Also called inorganic.
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[Gk. a, not, without + bios, life] Nonliving; specifically, the nonliving components of an ecosystem, such as temperature, humidity, the mineral content of the soil, etc.
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abiological Not associated with living organisms.
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physical rather than biological; not derived from living organisms
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"without life," 1870, from a- (3) + biotic.
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characterized by the absence of life or living organisms
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lacking or absent of life.
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Refers to nonliving basic elements and compounds of the environment.
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Things that are not and never have been alive. abscission zone:
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 Things that are not and never have been alive.
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Non-living, applied to the physical and chemical aspects of an organism’s environment. Townsend, Begon & Harper 2008 1
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A non-living (physical or chemical) component of the environment. Compare biotic. abomasum
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physical or nonliving factor that shapes an ecosystem
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Non-living.
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  Incompatibility with life, without life
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something that was never alive, such as water or rocks. This term is often used to refer to the physical environment.
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Nonliving chemical and physical factors in an environment.
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Not associated or derived from living organisms. Abiotic factors in an environment include sunlight, temperature and precipitation.
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This is a term used to describe anything which is characterized by the absence of life or incompatible with life. In toxicology and ecotoxicology it refers to physical (e.g. heat, sunlight) or chemica [..]
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Any factor in the environment that is nonliving (soil, weather, water).
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environmental features that are physical rather than biological, and thus characterized by the absence of life; opposite of biotic
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Devoid of life.
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A generic term describing cultivation of marine / freshwater species. This includes both plants and animals. Back to Top Benthic
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of or characterized by the absence of life or living organisms
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Non-living thing. Usually refers to the physical and chemical components of an organism's environment. Also called inorganic
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<biology> Refers to nonliving objects, substances or processes. (06 May 1997)
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Of or pertaining to the nonliving.
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The non-living components of a species' environment.
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describes the nonliving part of the environment, including water, rocks, light, and temperature
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non-living chemical and physical factors of the environment (see also biotic).
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Nonbiological.
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Nonliving, inanimate, characterised by the absence of life; of inorganic matter. Mid 20th century.SOED5|page=4 Tending to inhibit or destroy life; antibiotic; incom [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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The non-living parts of an ecosystem.
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The absence of living systems.
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non-living. However, see Animism.
Source: terrapsych.com

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