For more details, the following will explain the factors that influence the distribution of flora and fauna in the world. The growth and development of flora and fauna in the world cannot be separated from biotic and abiotic factors. Biotic factors here are physical factors such as humans, animals and plants while abiotic factors are non-physical factors such as climate, weather, humidity, rainfall and others. The following is an explanation of the factors that influence the distribution of flora and fauna:
This climate factor also consists of rainfall, sunshine, humidity and wind. There are some plants that can only live in the presence of sunlight throughout the year, require a lot of water so rainfall is very important, humidity is related to how plants grow and wind is useful for the pollination process, so this climatic factor has more influence on the growth process than the flora or fauna itself. If the flora and fauna match the climate of the area then they will survive. But if they don’t match, they will lose to natural selection.
The division of climate in Indonesia, for example in tropical climates, is found in green plants that contain lots of chlorophyll. This … Read More