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Related to in vivo: in vivo fertilization
adv. & adj.
Within a living organism: metabolic studies conducted in vivo; in vivo techniques.
[New Latin in vīvō : Latin in, in + Latin vīvō, ablative of vīvus, living, a living body.]
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in vivo(ɪn ˈviːvəʊ)
(Biology) (of biological processes or experiments) occurring or carried out in the living organism
[New Latin, literally: in a living (thing)]
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in vi•vo(ɪn ˈvi voʊ)
(of a biological entity or process) being or occurring within a living organism or in a natural setting.Compare in vitro.
[1900–05; < Latin: in (something) alive]
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in vi·vo(ĭn vē′vō)
Inside a living organism rather than in an artificial environment: test a new drug in vivo. Compare in vitro.
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|Adj.||1.||in vivo - within a living organism; "in vivo techniques"|
|Adv.||1.||in vivo - in the living organism; "studies conducted in vivo"|
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a. L. in vivo, en el cuerpo vivo.
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