Definition of oligotrophy in English:

oligotrophy

Pronunciation /ˌäliˈɡätrəfē/

noun

Ecology

See oligotrophic

‘This production increase suggests that a shift in the trophic status of the river from oligotrophy to eutrophy accompanied development of New Bedford's commercial economy.’
  • ‘Oligotrophy, the obligate or facultative capacity to live in low-nutrient habitats, has played a major role in the evolution of photosynthetic organisms.’