oligotrophic


ol·i·go·tro·phic

adjective \-ˈtrō-fik\

Definition of OLIGOTROPHIC

:  having a deficiency of plant nutrients that is usually accompanied by an abundance of dissolved oxygen <clear oligotrophic lakes>

Origin of OLIGOTROPHIC

International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1928

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