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sem•i•par•a•sit•ic



Pronunciation: (sem"ē-par"u-sit'ik, sem"ī-), [key]
adj.
1. Biol.commonly parasitic but also capable of living on dead or decaying animal matter.
2. Bot.partly parasitic and partly photosynthetic.

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