- n. limnology, of a lake Having two thermal overturns per year
- n. mycology Exhibiting dimixis, in which mating is governed by two idiomorphs
- di- + mictic (Wiktionary)
“Lake Saanajärvi is a dimictic, ultra-oligotrophic, clear-water lake.”
“As such, many of the presently isothermal lakes are likely to become dimictic as temperatures increase.”
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