Good examples of biotic factors include plants, fungi and animals. Biotic factors are living things that affect or influence an ecosystem either positively or negatively. More »

There are several biotic (living) and abiotic (nonliving) factors that are present in the arctic tundra, including moss, polar bears, frozen soil and wind. Biotic factors also include plants and animals such as grass, li... More »

There are several biotic (living) and abiotic (nonliving) factors that are common to all types of desert biomes, or ecosystems, including cacti, fire ants, high daytime temperatures and sand. Biotic factors also include ... More »

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The biotic, or living, factors in the tropical rainforest include hundreds of thousands of species of plants, animals, bacteria and fungi. Rainforests are noteworthy for the incredible abundance of species that live in t... More »

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The five kingdoms in the classification system of life are animals, plants, fungi, prokaryotes and protoctists. Organisms are classified according to various characteristics that they share, and the kingdom classificatio... More »

Omnivores eat a variety of material such as algae, fungi, animals and plants, and they are an important part of the food web. Humans, most birds, many mammals, fish and some reptiles are omnivorous. Some individual examp... More »

Microbe World indicates that fungi absorb food from their immediate surroundings directly through their cell walls unlike animals, which eat food, and plants, which produce their own food through the process of photosynt... More »