microflora

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microflora

 [mi´kro-flor″ah]
bacteria present in the large intestine.

mi·cro·flo·ra

(mī'krō-flō'ră),
The bacteria and fungi that inhabit an area.

microflora

The constellation of microorganisms which are found on or in, or characteristic of, a special location of a host organism or the environment.

mi·cro·flo·ra

(mī'krō-flōr'ă)
The bacteria and fungi that inhabit an area.

microflora

the community of microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi and algae, that live in a particular habitat or in or on another living organism.

Microflora

The bacterial population in the intestine.
Mentioned in: Gastroenteritis

mi·cro·flo·ra

(mī'krō-flōr'ă)
Bacteria and fungi that inhabit an environment.