microbiotic


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mi·cro·bi·ot·ic

(mī'krō-bī-ot'ik),
1. Short lived.
2. Synonym(s): microbial

microbiota

(mi?kro-bi-o'ta)
Microscopic organisms within a defined area, organism, or physiological environment.
See: macrobiotamicrobiotic (mi?kro-bi-ot'ik), adjective
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