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trophic

 [trof´ik]
pertaining to nutrition.

troph·ic

(trof'ik, trō'fik),
1. Relating to or dependent on nutrition.
2. Resulting from interruption of nerve supply.
[G. trophē, nourishment]

trophic

/tro·phic/ (tro´fik) (trof´ik) pertaining to nutrition.

trophic

(trŏf′ĭk, trō′fĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to nutrition.
2. Ecology Of or involving the feeding habits or relationships of different organisms in a food chain or food web.

trophic

[trof′ik]
Etymology: Gk, trophe, nutrition
pertaining to a nutritive effect on or quality of cellular activity.

troph·ic

(trō'fik)
1. Relating to or dependent on nutrition.
2. Resulting from interruption of nerve supply.
[G. trophē, nourishment]

trophic

of or relating to nutrition. see FOOD CHAIN. see TROPHIC LEVEL.

trophic

changes in tissues, due to loss/reduction of nerve and/or blood supply

trophic (trōˈ·fik),

adj relating to nutrition.

troph·ic

(trō'fik)
1. Relating to or dependent on nutrition.
2. Resulting from interruption of nerve supply.
[G. trophē, nourishment]

trophic

pertaining to nutrition.
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Stable isotope analyses on dietary reconstructions rely on tissue signatures that provide valuable information on trophic level and potential food source choice in the diet of a given organism (Hobson & Sease, 1998; McCutchan et al.
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We also used trophic levels from the metabase fishbase to our landed species.
30 patients with anesthetic foot with trophic ulcer who full filled the inclusion criteria, (initially there were 28 patients, two patients had relapse and were treated as fresh cases, therefore total cases were 30)
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