Seston

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Seston is the organisms (bioseston) and non-living matter (abioseston or tripton) swimming or floating in a water body.[1] Bioseston can be often regarded as plankton, although it includes nekton as well. Abioseston comprises detritus as well.

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  1. ^ Allaby, A. & M. Macmillan. 1994. Dictionary of the Environment. 4th Edition. Macmillan Reference Books