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Biotic

Definition - What does Biotic mean?

Biotic is defined as anything relating to living organisms. It is often used to explain influencing factors or conditions in the environment of a living organism, that are caused by another living organism or biological entity. Biotic factors are contrasted with abiotic factors which are factors not caused by other living organisms. Abiotic is defined as anything non-related to living organisms.

Safeopedia explains Biotic

Biotic factors and abiotic factors have less to do with biological organisms themselves, and more to do with how different organisms, or parts of an ecosystem, affect one another. Biotic factors include animals that consume the creature in question, and animals the creature in question consumes, as well as human influence etc.. Abiotic factors include non-living components of environment, such as temperature, light, moisture etc..

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