systemic ADJECTIVE 1) relating to a system as a whole. 2) Physiology referring to the non-pulmonary part of the circulatory system. 3) (of an insecticide, fungicide, etc.) entering the plant via the roots or shoots and passing through the tissues.
DERIVATIVES systemically adverb.

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