Aeroplankton

Aeroplankton (or aerial plankton) are tiny lifeforms that float and drift in the air, carried by the current of the wind; they are the atmospheric analogue to oceanic plankton. Most of the living things that make up aeroplankton are very small to microscopic in size, and many can be difficult to identify because of their tiny size. Scientists can ...
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aeroplankton

aeroplankton 1. An organism or a substance carried by air, e.g., bacterium, pollen grain, etc. 2. Those organisms freely suspended in the air and dispersed by wind; aerial plankton.3. A collective name for all the forms of minute organic life drifting in the air.
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aeroplankton

An organism or a substance carried by air, e.g., bacterium, pollen grain. ... Origin: aero-+ G. Planktos, ntr. -on, wandering ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Aeroplankton

The atmospheric equivalent to oceanic plankton, the term literally means 'air wanderer' because aeroplankton, tiny plants and animals and bacteria that live -- eating, excreting, even reproducing -- on the air are ever at the mercy of the wandering wind.
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aeroplankton

Type: Term Pronunciation: ār-ō-plank′tŏn Definitions: 1. An organism or a living substance carried by air, a bacterium, pollen, or grain.
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