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oligotrophia, oligotrophy

n. oligotrofia, nutrición deficiente.
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The Upper Lake, the larger of the two, with its 473 square kilometres and maximum depth of 252 metres is oligotrophia.
2003; Mitra and Flynn, 2006b), the capability to maximize food intake when prey are available, regardless of their type or quality, can temporarily reduce the effects of starvation in oligotrophia winter conditions until suitable prey are available.