Definition of biotic in English:

biotic

Syllabification: bi·ot·ic
Pronunciation: /bīˈätik
 
/

adjective

Of, relating to, or resulting from living things, especially in their ecological relations: the preservation of biotic diversity
More example sentences
  • The organism or biotic factor is essentially vegetation and is the summation of the plant matter reaching the soil.
  • Manipulative experiments have provided some key insights into the abiotic and biotic forces influencing community structure.
  • Living organisms function in the context of the abiotic and biotic worlds.

Origin

mid 19th century: from French biotique, or via late Latin from Greek biōtikos, from bios 'life'.

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