abiotic factors

abiotic factors
abiotiniai veiksniai statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Fiziniai (temperatūra, aplinkos slėgis, klampumas, šviesos, jonizuojančioji spinduliuotė, grunto granulometrinės savybės) ir cheminiai (atmosferos, vandens, grunto cheminė sudėtis) aplinką ir gyvus organizmus palankiai arba nepalankiai veikiantys veiksniai. atitikmenys: angl. abiotic factors vok. abiotische Faktoren, m rus. абиотические факторы

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