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In Situ

  • By: Justin Corfield
  • In: Encyclopedia of Global Health
  • Edited by: Yawei Zhang
  • Subject:Public Health (general), Public Health Education & Health Promotion

The term in situ comes from the Latin and means “in the/its place.” In biology, the term usually refers to the study of an organism where it naturally occurs, such as in arid and desert conditions or at the bottom of ...

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