/ (ˌiːəʊˈbaɪənt) /
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a hypothetical chemical precursor of a living cell
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Word Origin for eobiont
C20: from eo- + Greek biōnt stem of present participle of biōn to live, from bios life
Words nearby eobiont
enzymology, enzymolysis, EO, Eoanthropus, EOB, eobiont, EOC, Eocene, EOD, EOE, EOF
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