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İspanyolca - İngilizce
Deep, clear lakes with low nutrient supplies that contain little organic matter and have a high dissolved-oxygen level
from the Greek for "poorly nourished" Describes a lake with low plant growth and high clarity Oligotrophic lakes contain little organic matter and have high dissolved oxygen content Organic compound - naturally occurring (animal or plant-produced or synthetic) substances containing mainly carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen
refers to a lake that has a low supply of nutrients Oligotrophic lakes have low productivity as a result
having a low supply of plant nutrients
Clear waters with little organic matter or sediment and minimum biological activity
Descriptive of crystal-clear lakes characterized by cold water fish species, low nutrient content and generally pristine features
An oligotrophic lake or reservoir is low in nutrients and organic productivity Oligotrophic lakes are usually deep, with nutrient poor sediments, few macrophytes and large amounts of dissolved oxygen
Condition of rivers and lakes that have clear water and low biological productivity (oligo = little; trophic = nutrition); are usually clear, cold, infertile headwater lakes and streams
Waters that are nutrient poor and have little organic production
low in nutrients and in primary production
A lake condition characterized by a low supply of nutrients and consequent support of very little organic production Dissolved oxygen is present at or near saturation throughout such lakes during all seasons of the year Characteristic of waters that are poor in dissolved inorganic or mineral nutrient materials
Term applied to a body of water low in nutrients and in productivity Mirror Lake is oligotrophic
Reservoirs and lakes which are nutrient poor and contain little aquatic plant or animal life
{s} characterized by malnutrition, of or pertaining to inadequate nutrition; (of a body of water) lacking plant nutritious substances and high oxygen content in the deeper parts (Ecology)
refers to water bodies with low concentrations of nutrients
describes a body of water in which nutrients are in low supply ombrotrophic: rain-fed organochlorines: Any of various hydrocarbon pesticides, such as DDT, that contain chlorine orthogonal: at right angles; on an independent dimension Two structures which each express an independent dimension oscillation: 1 a periodic motion backward and forward 2 vibration or variance above and below a mean value oxic: containing oxygen; aerobic Usually used in reference to a microbial habitat P
Describing a body of water in which nutrients are in low supply
deficient in nutrients needed for plant growth
Underfed or with low nutrient levels
Oligotrophic waters are nutrient poor