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Biotic describes a living or once living component of a community; for example organisms, such as plants and animals.
Biotic may refer to:
- Life, the condition of living organisms
- Biology, the study of life
- Biotic material, which is derived from living organisms
- Biotic components in ecology
- Biotic potential, an organism's reproductive capacity
- Biotic community, all the interacting organisms living together in a specific habitat
- Biotic energy, a vital force theorized by biochemist Benjamin Moore
Biotic may also refer to:
- Biotic Baking Brigade, an unofficial group of pie-throwing activists
- Antibiotics are agents that either kill bacteria or inhibit their growth
- Prebiotics are non-digestible food ingredients that stimulate the growth and/or activity of bacteria in the digestive system
- Probiotics consist of a live culture of bacteria that inhibit or interfere with colonization by microbial pathogens
- Synbiotics refer to nutritional supplements combining probiotics and prebiotics
- Postbiotics are the probiotic metabolic products that stimulate the growth and/or activity of bacteria in the digestive system
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