biocenosis[bī′ō si nō′sis]
Origin: Modern Latin ; from bio- plush Classical Greek koinōsis, a mingling ; from koinoun, to share ; from koinos, common: see coeno-
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also bi·o·coe·no·sis or bi·o·ce·nosenoun pl. bi·o·ce·no·ses
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