cryophylactic

cryophylactic

 [kri″o-fĭ-lak´tik]
resistant to very low temperatures; said of bacteria.
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cry·mo·phy·lac·tic

(krī'mō-fi-lak'tik),
Resistant to cold, said of certain microorganisms that are not destroyed even by freezing temperatures.
Synonym(s): cryophylactic
[crymo- + G. phylaxis, a guarding against]
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cry·mo·phy·lac·tic

(krī'mō-fi-lak'tik)
Resistant to cold, said of certain microorganisms that are not destroyed even by freezing temperatures.
Synonym(s): cryophylactic.
[crymo- + G. phylaxis, a guarding against]
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