In-vivo



[in vee-voh] /ɪn ˈvi voʊ/

adverb, adjective
1.
(of a biological process) occurring or made to occur within a living organism or natural setting.
/ɪn ˈviːvəʊ/
adverb, adjective
1.
(of biological processes or experiments) occurring or carried out in the living organism

Latin; “within a living organism” (see viva).

in vivo in vi·vo (vē’vō)
adj.
Within a living organism.
in vivo adv.
in vivo
(ĭn vē’vō)
Inside a living organism. Compare in vitro.
in vivo [(in vee-voh)]

In nature; literally, “in life.” In vivo conditions are distinguished from those that might exist only in a laboratory. (Compare in vitro.)

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