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Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology

Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology
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Biotic Resources

Biotic and abiotic are the two essential factors responsible for shaping the ecosystem. The biotic factors refer to the living components of an ecosystem, and the abiotic factors refer to the non-living, chemical and physical components of the ecosystem. Therefore, both the abiotic and biotic resources affect survival and reproduction process. Furthermore, both these components are reliant on each other. Suppose if one of the factors is removed or altered, its repercussions will be faced by the entire ecosystem. Without a doubt, abiotic factors directly affect the survival of organisms. Read on to explore what role do abiotic and biotic resources play in the ecosystem. Biotic factors include the living components of an ecosystem. Examples of biotic resources include all flora and fauna. Biotic factors depend on abiotic factors for survival and reproduction. Biotic components originate from the biosphere

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