Definition of Katharobe

1. Noun. An organism that lives in an oxygenated medium lacking organic matter.

Generic synonyms: Being, Organism



Definition of Katharobe

1. Noun. (biology) An organism that lives in pure water, or water of very low organic content. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Katharobe

katastases
katastasis
katastate
katastates
katasukashi
katathermometer
katchina
katchinas
katcina
katcinas
kate
kathak
kathakali
kathakalis
kathaks
katharobe (current term)
katharobes
katharobic
katharometer
katharometers
katharses
katharsis
kathenotheism
kathetal
kathetometer
kathetometers
kathodal
kathode
kathodes
kathodic

Literary usage of Katharobe

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1. Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich by Naturforschende Gesellschaft in Zürich (1856)
"Sicher ist, dass die Überdüngung des Zürichsees in den Jahren stets zugenommen hat und damit auch die Entfaltung vieler l, die nicht gerade katharobe ..."

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