[mahy-kroh-bahy-ohm] /ˌmaɪ kroʊˈbaɪ oʊm/

Biology. the totality of microorganisms and their collective genetic material present in or on the human body or in another environment:
The wide diversity of species that make up the microbiome is hard to fathom.


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