Biol. able to withstand only a limited range of variations in environmental conditions
Origin of stenotopic; from German stenotop, stenotopic (; from steno-, steno- + -top ; from Classical Greek topos, place: see topic) + -ic
Able to adapt only to a narrow range of environmental conditions.
Origin of stenotopicsteno– + Greek topos, place + –ic.
(comparative more stenotopic, superlative most stenotopic)
From stenotype +"Ž -ic.