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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.