What is biotic diversity?

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Biotic diversity is A range of diverse living organisms (animals, plants, microorganisms) with a regular stable of biological diversity posed by the ecological complexes.
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Biodiversity
              is the variety of species, their genetic make-up, and the natural
              communities in which they occur. It includes all of the native plants
              and animals in Pennsylvania and the processes that sustain life
              on Earth. Pennsylvania is home to over 25,000 different species
              of organisms, and of this total, over 800 are considered to be rare,
              threatened, or endangered. For many groups of organisms, such as
              insects, fungi, and algae, very little is known about them - not
              even what species occur in Pennsylvania! The need to understand
              the state's rich natural resources has never been more critical.

Source:www.pabiodiversity.org

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