eutrophic


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eu·troph·ic

(yū-trof'ik),
Relating to, characterized by, or promoting eutrophia.

eutrophic

(yo͞o-trŏf′ĭk, -trō′fĭk)
adj.
Rich in mineral and organic nutrients that promote a proliferation of algae and aquatic plants, resulting in a reduction of dissolved oxygen. Used of a lake or pond.

eu·troph′i·ca′tion n.
eu′tro·phy (yo͞o′trə-fē) n.

eu·troph·ic

(yū-trō'fik)
Relating to, characterized by, or promoting eutrophia.

eutrophic

(of a body of water) being rich in organic and mineral nutrients, either naturally or by fertilization.
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