biotically

biotically

(baɪˈɒtɪkəlɪ)
adv
from a biotic point of view
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2008), for example, found that seedling density and the proportion of seedlings dispersed biotically was higher at sites with greater mammal density.
Plant reproductive structures are often defended morphologically, chemically, or biotically (Levin, 1976; Whitehead et al.
So it is vital that we partner with comA[degrees] panies who can work with us symA[degrees] biotically, to deliver new services and innovations for the continued evolution of the Omantel 3.
These will operate more sym- biotically with the lead agencies' account teams.
That these emotional states arise involuntarily as a result of a person's situation reflects the wonder of God's creativity (Theos) in that a person's emotional processes reflect the interaction between two aspects of our creatureliness: emotions are biotically embedded within the person, and humans are ontologically relational in nature.
Eighty-one percent of insect-pollinated, biotically dispersed tree species display a male biased sex ratio.
Yet, TNC had no plans to keep the biotically vital ranch and wished to transfer it to the federal government to become a vast national wildlife refuge where cattle would be removed.
It seems almost inevitable that our efforts, should we opt for translocation, will focus on charismatic species, who may or may not qualify as being biotically significant.
Others have also observed a continuous increase in amount of carbonyl compounds with exposure in an abiotic environment as against a decrease in the biotically aged samples [28, 29, 2, 30] also observed that the amount of carbonyl groups decreased with prolonged exposure to a biotic environment.
continually changing, biotically driven environment.