Relating to life; as, the biotic principle.
produced by or caused by living things.
Living; usually applied to the biological aspects of an organism's environment, i.e. the influences of other organisms.
having to do with life or living things, or biology, as opposed to non-living things, like geology or climate.
All of the natural living organisms in a planning area and their life processes. A resource classification category which subdivides the natural resources and properties into either the biotic or the abiotic (nonliving) entities and characteristics. Human activities are not usually grouped with either of these categories because they are not considered to be a part of a planning area's natural entities or characteristics. Nevertheless, native cultures have been actively influencing the course of biotic activity in some areas for centuries.
of or relating to living organisms. The biotic elements of an ecosystem consist of its organisms.
Pertaining to living organisms in their ecological rather than physiological relation Anton. Abiotic.See Biotic factors. ( BCFT)
The influence of animals and plants on associated plant or animal life as contrasted with climatic influences and edaphic (soil) influences. See also abiotic
Living or derived from living organisms.
Factors of the environment due to living things eg predation, food supply, competition.
Pertaining to life; environmental factors created by living organisms.
Pertaining to any aspect of life, especially to characteristics of entire populations or ecosystems.
Something that is living, or pertaining to living things.
living organisms on the planet Earth (e.g. vegetation, humans, bacteria)
living part of the environment, including plants, animals and microbes.
The living part of the environment; pertaining to living organisms.
Biotic means living. A biotic community includes plants and animals. Biotic communities are named for the main plants that grow in them. An example from Sabino Canyon is the saguaro-paloverde community.
the living parts of the environment
Living organisms, i.e., plants and animals.
Refers to living components of the environment such as plants and animals. Compare with Abiotic.
The living factors in an environment.
Of or relating to the living components of a habitat or ecosystem
Relating to life or living things
the living parts of an ecosystem such as plants and animals.
The living components of an ecosystem.
living things in the environment including animals, plants, fungi and single-celled organisms
The living components in a habitat (e.g., plants, vertebrates, invertebrates, etc.).
pertaining to life or living organisms.
Of or relating to living factors in the environment; plants and animals.
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associated with living organisms BP before present
refers to the living components of the environment (such as plants, animals, and fungi) that affect ecological functions
Pertaining to life; concerning the living component of the environment.
living, biological. Biotic factors that affect organisms include predation, symbiosis, competition, etc.
Having to do with living things. Something that is caused by, or produced by living things. Having to do with the biological aspects of an environment (as opposed to geological, etc. aspects).
Pertaining to life and living organisms.
pertaining to, produced, or influenced by living organisms, especially as related to an ecosystem
pertaining to life or living things.
caused by living organisms
Living. Green plants and soil microorganisms are biotic components of ecosystems. ( FS People's Glossary of Eco Mgmt Terms)
living organisms make up the biotic parts of ecosystems. Compare abiotic.
A biotic environment refers to living organisms in the environment.
Pertaining to plants and animals.
Relating to living things (as opposed to abiotic).