mesotrophic

adjective
me·so·tro·phic | \ˌme-zə-ˈtrō-fik, ˌmē-, -sə-, -ˈträ-fik\

Definition of mesotrophic 

of a body of water

: having a moderate amount of dissolved nutrients — compare eutrophic, oligotrophic

First Known Use of mesotrophic

1911, in the meaning defined above

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