Origin of biotic
Examples from the Web for biotic
The major part of this biotic area lies within the Lower Sonoran Life-zone.Birds from Coahuila, Mexico|Emil K. Urban
In our literature survey we found records of biotic associations for about 400 species.
The Tropical barrier separates the Tamaulipan and Veracruzian biotic provinces.The Recent Mammals of Tamaulipas, Mexico|Ticul Alvarez
These contact zones are, in a special sense, the province of geography in both its physical and its biotic aspects.College Teaching|Paul Klapper
In classifying the biotic associates of cockroaches, we were immediately confronted with a problem in semantics.
British Dictionary definitions for biotic
Word Origin for biotic
Word Origin and History for biotic
"pertaining to life," 1847, in the medical sense, from Latin bioticus, from Greek biotikos "pertaining to life," from bios "life" (see bio-). Biotic factor was in use by 1907. Related: Biotical.