Biotic means relating to, produced by, or caused by living
The term biotic may also refer to:
Life, the condition of living organisms,
Biology, the study of life
Biotic factorin ecology,
Biotic material, which is derived from living organisms,
Biotic potential, an organism's reproductive capacity, or
Biotic.ro, a new media agency established in Bucharest, Romania.
Biotic Baking Brigade, an unofficial group of pie-throwing activists.
*In the world of Mass Effect Biotics are people capable of using their minds to manipulate mass effect fields.
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biotic — BIÓTIC, Ă, biotici, ce, adj. Referitor la viaţă, de viaţă. [pr.: bi o] – Din fr. biotique. Trimis de paula, 21.06.2002. Sursa: DEX 98 Biotic ≠ abiotic Trimis de siveco, 03.08.2004. Sursa: Antonime biótic adj. m. (sil. bi o ) … Dicționar Român
-biotic — [bī ät′ik, bēät′ik] combining form forming adjectives of or having a (specified) way of living [photobiotic] * * * biotic suff. A mode of living: endobiotic. [Probably New Latin biōticus, from Greek biōtikos. See … Universalium
Biotic — Bi*ot ic, a. [Gr. biwtiko s pert. to life.] 1. (Biol.) Relating to life; as, the biotic principle. [1913 Webster] 2. produced by or caused by living things. [PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
biotic — pertaining to life, 1847, in the medical sense, from L. bioticus, from Gk. biotikos pertaining to life, from bios life (see BIO (Cf. bio )). Biotic factor was in use by 1907. Related: Biotical … Etymology dictionary
biotic — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ relating to living things and the effect they have on each other. ORIGIN Greek bi tikos, from bios life … English terms dictionary
-biotic — [bī ät′ik, bēät′ik] combining form forming adjectives of or having a (specified) way of living [photobiotic] … English World dictionary
biotic — [bī ät′ik] adj. [Gr biōtikos < bios: see BIO ] of life or living things, or caused by living organisms: sometimes biotical … English World dictionary
biotic — adjective Etymology: Greek biōtikos, from bioun Date: 1868 of, relating to, or caused by living organisms < biotic diversity > … New Collegiate Dictionary
-biotic — (ˌ) ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ adjective combining form Etymology: probably from New Latin bioticus, from Greek biōtikos 1. : relating to life : life antibiotic 2. : having a (specified) mode of life aero … Useful english dictionary
-biotic — adjective combining form Etymology: probably from New Latin bioticus, from Greek biōtikos having a (specified) mode of life < endobiotic > … New Collegiate Dictionary