Biotic factors in a forest ecosystem are living things that are necessary to ensure that life is sustained within the forest. The word biotic is translated to mean "things that have life" or "living things." More »

The biotic factors in an ecosystem are physio-chemical or nonliving parts of an environment, while abiotic factors are living components of an environment. More »

The biotic parts of an ecosystem, also called biotic factors, are all of the living things in the ecosystem. These organisms must interact with each other, or they risk extinction. More »

An ecosystem refers to the living and non-living things that make up a specific location, such as a pond, forest, river grassland, desert or tundra. Ecosystems are often confused with biomes, which are regions of the wor... More »

The biotic parts of an ecosystem, also called biotic factors, are all of the living things in the ecosystem. These organisms must interact with each other, or they risk extinction. More »

An environment generally refers to the surroundings of various living residents, while an ecosystem is a community consisting of both living and non-living things that work together. In general, an ecosystem is defined b... More »

An ecosystem is a location where living things such as plants and animals live with each other in a community among non-living things such as rocks and water. An ecosystem is part of a larger area known as a biome. Examp... More »