(of a detergent or other cleaning product) Containing enzymes to assist the process of cleaning
A therapeutic substance, such as a vaccine or drug, derived from biological sources
an international biotechnology company with interests in biologicals, agriculture, and pharmaceutical products
pertaining to biology or to life and living things
of parents and children; related by blood; "biological child"
(biologically) with respect to biology; "biologically related"
(biologist) (biology) a scientist who studies living organisms
(biology) characteristic life processes and phenomena of living organisms; "the biology of viruses"
(biology) biota: all the plant and animal life of a particular region
Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy. Biology is a vast subject containing many subdivisions, topics, and disciplines. ...
(Biology (band)) Biology was a rock/indie band that was signed up to Vagrant Records.
(Biology (song)) "Biology" is a song performed by British all-female pop group Girls Aloud, taken from their third studio album Chemistry (2005). The song was written by Miranda Cooper, Brian Higgins and his production team Xenomania, and produced by Higgins and Xenomania. ...
(Biology (textbook)) Neil A. Campbell (April 17, 1946–October 21, 2004) was an American scientist known best for his textbook Biology. ...
(biologicals) Vaccines, cultures and other preparations made from living organisms and their products, intended for use in diagnosing, immunizing, or treating humans or animals, or in related research.
(Biologicals) Products that detect, stimulate or enhance an animal’s immunity to infection, and that are generally derived from living organisms.
(biologicals) Medicinal products used primarily to prevent disease, including serums, vaccines, antigens, antitoxins, etc.
(Biologists) Any matter eaten by man to nourish the body and sustain life.
(Biology) A close, prolonged association between two or more different organisms of different species that may, but does not necessarily, benefit each member.
(Biology) Biographical information on over 18,000 people from ancient times to the present.
(Biology) Genes and proteins, genomics and proteomics are just molecular biological starting points. ...
(Biology) Most inhabitants of Fifine's world appear to be mammals, with a small sprinkling of reptiles. ...
(Biology) P. jiroveci is a non-motile unicellular eukaryote, traditionally described in two different forms. The small trophic forms 1 μm (micrometres) to 5 μm in size are pleomorphic and ameboid in shape, generally represent the majority of organisms identified in the lungs of animals with P. ...
(Biology) Refers to the entire living component of an ecosystem and includes the fish community, organisms upon which fish may feed (e.g., insects and periphyton), riparian vegetation and other organisms both large and small.
(Biology) Sixth Edition by Solomon, Berg and Martin. ISBN 0-534-39175-3.
(Biology) Work is being conducted at institutes of the Academy of Sciences of the Georgian SSR—botany, zoology, physiology, experimental morphology, and paleobiology: the Institute of Plant Biochemistry; the Central. ...
(Biology) [Greek bios – life and logos – word, doctrine] – a science about living nature a subject of which is knowledge of essence, origin, development and diversity of life. B. includes a combination of various scientific disciplines (zoology, botany, physiology, biogeocenology, etc. ...
(Biology) is ordered by the attempt to know the causes of being and change within and among living things.
(biology) B-SCIENCE. For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - biology.