[ol-i-goh-trof-ik, -troh-fik] /ˌɒl ɪ goʊˈtrɒf ɪk, -ˈtroʊ fɪk/
(of a lake) characterized by a low accumulation of dissolved nutrient salts, supporting but a sparse growth of algae and other organisms, and having a high oxygen content owing to the low organic content.
(of lakes and similar habitats) poor in nutrients and plant life and rich in oxygen Compare eutrophic
(ŏl’ĭ-gō-trō’fĭk, -trŏf’ĭk, ō’lĭ-)
Lacking in plant nutrients such as phosphates, nitrates, and organic matter, and consequently having few plants and a large amount of dissolved oxygen throughout. Used of a lake, pond, or stream. Compare dystrophic, eutrophic.
oligozoospermia ol·i·go·zo·o·sper·mi·a (ŏl’ĭ-gō-zō’ə-spûr’mē-ə) n. See oligospermia.
[ol-i-go-truh-fee] /ˌɒl ɪˈgɒ trə fi/ noun, Ecology. 1. the state of being , or deficient in nutrients but high in oxygen. n. 1928, from oligo- “small, little” + -trophy “food, nourishment.” Related: Oligotrophic.
[ol-i-gyoo r-ee-uh] /ˌɒl ɪˈgyʊər i ə/ noun, Pathology. 1. scantiness of urine due to diminished secretion. /ˌɒlɪˈɡjʊərɪə/ noun 1. excretion of an abnormally small volume of urine, often as the result of a kidney disorder Compare anuria n. 1843, from oligo- “small, little,” + -uria, from Greek ouron “urine” (see urine). oliguria ol·i·gu·ri·a (ŏl’ĭ-gyur’ē-ə) n. […]
[oh-lin] /ˈoʊ lɪn/ noun 1. a male given name.