syntrophic

adjective
syn·​troph·​ic | \ (ˈ)sin‧¦träfik, sən‧ˈt-\

Definition of syntrophic

: associated or mutually dependent upon one another with reference to food supply syntrophic cells

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International Scientific Vocabulary syn- + -trophic

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