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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Tıp, İlaç) Canlı organizmalarla ilgisi olmayan ve onlardan türemneyen
(Tıp) Abiosise ait
(Gıda) biyolojik olmayan
abiotic environment
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İngilizce - İngilizce
Nonliving, inanimate, characterised by the absence of life
Of inorganic matter
refers to non-living objects, substances or processes Abyssal Zone: The bottom of the deep ocean Aphotic zone: The zone of the water column where no light reaches
Not caused by or resulting from the activity of living organisms
{s} inanimate, inorganic, not living
Non-living, or caused by a non-living agent, for example, abiotic disease
Non-living things such as rocks, minerals, and land formations
Non-living components of an ecosystem
Non-living parts of the environment, e g , air, water, coal, geological structures, temperature, topography
Independent of life or living things: An ecosystem involves interactions between abiotic and biotic factors The abiotic environment includes physical and chemical factors which affect the ability of organisms to live and reproduce (Dictionary of Science)
Referring to the absence of living organisms
Non-living Climate is an abiotic component of ecosystems
Non-living, e g , the abiotic environment is the nonliving, physical portion of the environment such as rock, soil (excluding microbes), water, and air
Non-living thing Usually refers to the physical and chemical components of an organism's environment Some times called inorganic
nonliving factors in the environment The abiotic factors of the environment include light, temperature, soil, climate and atmospheric gases
devoid of life, non-living, usually applied to environmental features [3: abiotic biosphere ]; [1: biotic ]
non-living or physical and chemical influences, such as temperature and pH
Nonliving factors in the environment; air, water, sunlight, and minerals
Not relating to living things, not alive
adj: Nonliving or not containing any living organisms
nonliving, often applied to the nonliving parts of an ecosystem
The non-living components of the environment, such as air, rocks, minerals, water, coal, peat, plant litter, etc
a nonliving factor in the environment; e g , light, water, temperature
The non-living components of the environment, such as air, rocks, soil, water coal, peat,plant litter, etc
Non-living; of non-biological origin (16)
Refers to nonliving basic elements and compounds of the environment
Nonliving characteristic of the environment; the physical and chemical components that relate to the state of ecological resources (Term added 1993 See related: biotic, condition indicator, indicator )
This is a term used to describe anything which is characterised by the absence of life or incompatible with life In toxicology and ecotoxicology it refers to physical (e g heat, sunlight) or chemical processes (e g hydrolysis) that are capable of modifying chemical structures Thus, abiotic transformation is a process in which a chemical in the environment is modified by non-biological mechanisms





    [ "A-(")bI-'ä-tik ] (adjective.) circa 1893. a-, from Ancient Greek ἀ- + biotic, from Ancient Greek βίος (bios, “life”).

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