Definition of bioindication in US English:

bioindication

noun

  • See bioindicator

    • ‘This paper is based on the first bioindication method.’
    • ‘As a lot of primary and secondary physiological processes are involved, the physiological responses usable for bioindication could be numerous ranging from molecular level to pollen functioning.’
    • ‘We further focus on the conceptual improvement and the development of new approaches in bioindication by using functional groupings and life history traits in assessment procedures.’
    • ‘However, symptomatic bioindication utilising higher plants may not always assist in the protection of vegetation.’
    • ‘To improve the vocational language knowledge of the participants in the field of bioindication and telecommunication.’

Pronunciation

bioindication

/-ˌindiˈkāSHən/