Xenobiotic meaning

zĕnə-bī-ŏtĭk, zēnə-
Not a natural component of a particular organism or biological system. Used of chemical compounds.
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A xenobiotic chemical, such as a pesticide.
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Designating or of a chemical substance that is foreign, and usually harmful, to living organisms.
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Such a substance.
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Not a natural component of a particular organism or biological system. Used of chemical compounds.
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A xenobiotic chemical, such as a pesticide.
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Of or pertaining to xenobiosis.
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(biology) Relating to a substance foreign to the body or ecological system.
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(biology) Any foreign compound not produced by an organism's metabolism.
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Origin of xenobiotic

  • xeno- +"Ž biotic

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