dystrophic[dis träf′ik, -trō′fik]
dystrophic definition by Webster's New World
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- of or caused by dystrophy
- of a lake or pond derived from a bog and characterized by brown, humic matter, high acidity, and poorly developed fauna and flora
dystrophic definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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- Medicine Of, relating to, or afflicted with dystrophy.
- Ecology Having brownish acidic waters, a high concentration of humic matter, and a small plant population. Used of a lake or pond.
- dysˌtro·phi·caˈtion noun
dystrophic - Science Definition