What are biotic factors, Biology

Assignment Help:

What are biotic factors?

The Biotic factors are living beings (plants, microorganisms and animals) that are part of a given environment.

 


Related Discussions:- What are biotic factors

Chloroplasts , Chloroplasts Like mitochondria, chloroplasts are also di...

Chloroplasts Like mitochondria, chloroplasts are also distinctive organelles of eucaryotic cell. But they are found only in plant cells. Chloroplasts contain membranes forming

State the basic properties of light, Question 1 State the basic propert...

Question 1 State the basic properties of light. Discuss the special features of ultra-microscopy and phase contrast microscopy Question 2 What are ultrasonic waves.

Point out some guidelines for breast-feeding, Point out some Guidelines for...

Point out some Guidelines for breast-feeding? 1) Follow demand feeding of the baby instead of a fixed schedule. 2) Initiate breast-feeding within 2 h after a normal delivery

Find a chemically gated protein, You have identified a protein in a cell th...

You have identified a protein in a cell that you know that comes from the human body. With respect to that protein you have also determined that it allows sodium ions to go through

What are neurons, Question 1 Give the definition and describe the mechanis...

Question 1 Give the definition and describe the mechanism of Active transport. Passive transport with suitable examples Question 2 What are neurons? List out the

How can nutrients are classified, According to their functions how can nutr...

According to their functions how can nutrients are classified? One possible and utile functional classification for nutrients is the one that divides them into energetic, struc

Management and nutritional intervention using mna, Define Management and Nu...

Define Management and Nutritional Intervention using MNA - Undernutrition? A. For those categorized as well-nourished They need only be reminded of the importance

Illustrate the stages of contact osteogenesis, Stages of Contact Osteogenes...

Stages of Contact Osteogenesis Osteoconduction: This is the first and the most important healing phase and relies on the recruitment and migration of osteogenic cells to the

Air pollutants - effects on plants, Air pollutants - Effects on plants ...

Air pollutants - Effects on plants Particulate matter such as cement, coal, petro coke, dust, and fly-ash screen the light and thus change its quantity and quality. Dust plug

Root - plant growth substances, Root - Plant Growth Substances Inducti...

Root - Plant Growth Substances Induction of roots by auxins in stem cuttings is a well known phenomenon. The concentrations needed are much lower as compared to that which pro

Write Your Message!

Captcha
Free Assignment Quote

Assured A++ Grade

Get guaranteed satisfaction & time on delivery in every assignment order you paid with us! We ensure premium quality solution document along with free turntin report!

All rights reserved! Copyrights ©2019-2020 ExpertsMind IT Educational Pvt Ltd