Biotic


Ontology type: npg:Subject  | skos:Concept     


Concept Info

NAME

Biotic

DESCRIPTION

Biotic components are the living organisms present in an ecosystem, such as bacteria, fungi, plants and animals, and elements produced by them. A biotic factor is any living component that interacts with another organism and affects it in some way.

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This table displays all metadata directly associated to this object as RDF triples.

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