Definition of microflora in English:

microflora

noun

Biology
  • Bacteria and microscopic algae and fungi, especially those living in a particular site or habitat.

    • ‘In areas where soils are infertile, native plants and soil microflora that are critical to plant survival often rely on intact biological crusts to provide sufficient water and nutrient flow.’
    • ‘Only use newspaper text pages (black ink); color dyes may be harmful to soil microflora and fauna if composted and used.’
    • ‘‘The problem is, these microflora are very difficult to replace in the current environment,’ says Trenev.’
    • ‘Similarly, the relationship between the overall diet and composition of the microflora awaits further clarification using modern microbiological techniques.’
    • ‘In a preferred embodiment, the process produces microflora having a cell aggregate size less than about 150 microns useful for the production of food products for use in aquaculture.’

Pronunciation:

microflora

/ˈmīkrōflôrə/