acclimated microorganism

acclimated microorganism

[ə′klīm·əd·əd ‚mī·krō′ȯr·gə·niz·əm]
(ecology)
Any microorganism that is able to adapt to environmental changes such as a change in temperature, or a change in the quantity of oxygen or other gases.
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Figure 1 displays the pH range for bacteria and fungi (which includes yeast and mold), as well as acclimated microorganisms in the manufacturing environment.