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biodiversification

(bī′ō-dĭ-vûr′sə-fĭ-kā′shən, -dī-)
n.
The process by which biodiversity develops or is increased within a region or a group of organisms.

bi′o·di·ver′si·fied adj.
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Labulo et al., "Green synthesis and growth kinetics of nanosilver under biodiversified plant extracts influence," Journal of Nanostructure in Chemistry, vol.
Wasting paper is good for business because it makes the paper and pulp industry grow in double digit figures annually, which leads to the wasting away of biodiversified rainforests transformed to monoculturized, chemical-intensive plantation forests for making pulp for tissue paper, paper sachets, paper cups, and paper plates, of all things.
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