What Is a Biotic Relationship?

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A biotic relationship is an association between organisms within an ecosystem which are interdependent. In this relationship, autotrophic organisms produce the organic nutrients for the ecosystem using solar energy. Heterotrophic organisms obtain energy from the chemical bonds in the foods that they eat.
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