macrobiota


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macrobiota

/mac·ro·bi·o·ta/ (-bi-ōt´ah) the macroscopic living organisms of a region.macrobiot´ic

macrobiota

From the Greek macro (large) and bio (life), a generic term for living organisms (e.g., flora and fauna of a region) that are large enough to be seen with the naked eye.

macrobiota

(măk″rō-bī-ō′tă)
The macroscopic living organisms, flora and fauna, of an area.
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Green spaces can also enhance the biodiversity of the living environment at both macrobiota and microbiota scales, which in turn has been inversely associated with dysfunctions of the immune system such as atopy (Hanski et al.
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