Pronunciation: mi'kro-ar'o-fil, -fil
- An aerobic bacterium that requires oxygen, but less than is present in the air, and grows best under modified atmospheric conditions.
- Relating to such an organism.
[micro- + G. aer, air, + philos, fond]
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