diatomaceous


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di·a·to·ma·ceous

(dī'ă-tō-mā'shŭs),
Pertaining to diatoms or their fossil remains.

diatomaceous

(dī″ăt-ŏ-mā′shŭs) [L. Diatomace(ae)]
Pert. to or consisting of diatoms or their fossilized siliceous remains.
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