Biotic



pertaining to life.
Historical Examples

The Recent Mammals of Tamaulipas, Mexico Ticul Alvarez
The Recent Mammals of Tamaulipas, Mexico Ticul Alvarez
The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches Louis M. Roth
Birds from Coahuila, Mexico Emil K. Urban
The Breath of Life John Burroughs
Birds from Coahuila, Mexico Emil K. Urban
A Distributional Study of the Amphibians of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Mexico William E. Duellman
American Weasels E. Raymond Hall
The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches Louis M. Roth
Mammals of the San Gabriel Mountains of California Terry A. Vaughan

adjective
of or relating to living organisms
(of a factor in an ecosystem) produced by the action of living organisms Compare edaphic
adj.

biotic
(bī-ŏt’ĭk)

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    the capacity of a population of organisms to increase in numbers under optimum environmental conditions. biotic potential The maximum capacity of an individual or population to reproduce under optimal environmental conditions. Populations rarely reproduce at their biotic potential because of limiting factors such as disease, predation, and restricted food resources.

  • Biotical

    pertaining to life. adjective of or relating to living organisms (of a factor in an ecosystem) produced by the action of living organisms Compare edaphic adj. biotic (bī-ŏt’ĭk)



  • Biotin

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