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1. A reference to populations or species that occupy different macrohabitats.
2. Pertaining to the existence of an element in two or more distinct forms with different physical properties.
3. Altered by digestion so as to be changed in its nutritive value.
4. Indicating someone who is concerned with the welfare and interests of others; such as, a person who is not self-centered.
This entry is located in the following units: allo-, all- (page 10) topo-, top-, -topia, -topy, -topism, -topic (page 1)