gnotobiotic

Organism or environment completely or almost completely depleted of all organisms or all other organisms. Animals that are SPF (specific pathogen free) are gnotobiotic.

Gnotobiotic

Adjective used to describe the condition of being free of microbial contamination e.g. a plant that has been grown from a surface sterilised seed in a sterile environment.

Gnotobiotic

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gnotobiotic

Denoting germ-free or formerly germ-free organisms in which the composition of any associated microbial flora, if present, is fully defined. ... Origin: see gnotobiota ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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gnotobiotic

gnotobiotic 1. A reference to germ-free or formerly germ-free organisms in which the composition of any associated microbial flora, if present, is fully defined. 2. The study of organisms or environmental conditions that have been rendered free of bacteria or contaminants or into which a known microorganism or contaminant has been introduced for r...
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gnotobiotic

Type: Term Pronunciation: nō′tō-bī-ot′ik Definitions: 1. Denoting germ-free or formerly germ-free organisms in which the composition of any associated microbial flora, if present, is fully defined.
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