Eutrophy Eu"tro*phy, n. [Gr. ?, fr. ? nourishing, healthy; e'y^ well + ? to nourish.] (Med.) Healthy nutrition; soundless as regards the nutritive functions. [1913 Webster]

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  • eutrophy — noun see eutrophic …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • eutrophy — the condition of a lake which is highly productive and hence the hypolimnion becomes depleted of oxygen (through decay of organic products). Usually having a shallow wide basin with coloured water and abundant littoral vegetation …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • eutrophy — /yooh treuh fee/, n. 1. Med. healthy or adequate nutrition or development. 2. Ecol. the state of being eutrophic. [1715 25; < Gk eutrophía. See EU , TROPHO , Y3] * * * …   Universalium

  • eutrophy — SYN: eutrophia …   Medical dictionary

  • eutrophy — n. proper development, proper nutrition …   English contemporary dictionary

  • eutrophy — n. Healthy nutrition …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • eutrophy — eu·tro·phy …   English syllables

  • eutrophy — /ˈjutrəfi/ (say yoohtruhfee) noun 1. good nutrition. 2. Ecology the quality or state of being eutrophic. {German eutrophie, from Greek eutrophia thriving condition} …   Australian English dictionary

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