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BOD

Abbreviation for biochemical oxygen demand.

BOD

abbr.
1. biochemical oxygen demand
2. board of directors

BOD

Abbreviation for:
bacterial oxygen demand
Bcl-2-related Ovarian Death gene (Bim)
biochemical oxygen demand
biological oxygen demand

BOD

See BIOCHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND.
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