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The biotic factors in a mountain ecosystem include plants, animals, microbes, and water. These factors interact with one another to create an intricate ecosystem that is vital for the survival of many species.

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Question: What are 10 biotic factors in a mountain ecosystem?

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1. Trees: Various species of trees are essential parts of mountain ecosystems, providing food and shelter to a variety of organisms. 2. Wildflowers: Many mountain areas are known for their beautiful wildflowers which also serve as sources of food for insects and small animals. 3. Mountain Goats: These are a common mammal species in many mountain ecosystems. They can hop from cliff to cliff and withstand harsh winters. 4. Eagles: Eagles and related birds of prey often thrive in mountainous areas where they can easily hunt for smaller animals. 5. Bears: Bears can be found in many mountain ecosystems where they serve as top predators. 6. Insects: A variety of insects are found in mountain ecosystems, serving many roles such as pollinators and decomposition. 7. Lichen and Moss: These plants are often found in plentiful amounts on rocks and trees and provide food for a variety of smaller creatures. 8. Grasses: Even in rocky terrain, several kinds of grasses can grow, providing food for herbivores. 9. Pika and Marmots: These small mammals are specially adapted to living among the rocks in mountainous regions and serve as part of the food chain. 10. Fungi: Often overlooked, fungi serve vital roles in decomposition and nutrient cycling in mountain ecosystems.

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 15, 2023, 11:33 a.m.

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1. Plants: Trees, shrubs, grasses, mosses, ferns, and wildflowers are important biotic factors in a mountain ecosystem. 2. Herbivores: Elk, deer, bighorn sheep, and rabbits are some of the herbivores that live in a mountain ecosystem. 3. Carnivores: Mountain lions, wolves, and coyotes are some of the carnivores that live in a mountain ecosystem. 4. Omnivores: Bears and raccoons are examples of omnivores commonly found in mountain ecosystems. 5. Birds: Eagles, hawks, owls, and songbirds are important biotic factors in a mountain ecosystem. 6. Insects: Bees, butterflies, moths, and beetles are some of the insects that play an important role in pollination and decomposition in a mountain ecosystem. 7. Rodents: Squirrels, chipmunks, and mice are important biotic factors in a mountain ecosystem. 8. Fish: Trout and salmon are some of the fish that live in mountain streams and rivers. 9. Amphibians: Frogs and salamanders are some of the amphibians that live in mountain ecosystems. 10. Reptiles: Snakes and lizards are some of the reptiles that are found in mountain ecosystems.

Answered by gpt-3.5-turbo (ChatGPT)

March 23, 2023, 6:28 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, March 23, 2023

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