(redirected from biological significance)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • adj

Synonyms for biological

pertaining to biology or to life and living things


of parents and children


References in periodicals archive ?
Alkaloid Chemistry, Biological Significance, Applications and Ecological Role" to their offering.
Protected areas, now numbering 240 nationwide, are defined as portions of land and water set aside for their unique physical and biological significance, managed to enhance biodiversity and protected against destructive human exploitation as defined under Republic Act 7586, or the National Integrated Protected Areas System (NIPAS) Act of 1992.
Margie Adelman further Stated, "The antioxidant properties of rice bran have important biological significance, as fat-soluble antioxidants can stay longer in the human body than water-soluble antioxidants that get excreted from our body.
She unravels why the microscopic structure of fossil bone remains intact after millions of years and provides a photographic atlas of the kinds of bone tissue found in dinosaurs, with an analysis of their biological significance.
The biological significance of the MAS and their implications on fertilization were recently reviewed (Byskov et al.
It's an interesting motif that requires experimental challenge" to determine its biological significance, says Nadrian C.
The biological significance of ERGO is only now beginning to be understood; this important nutrient plays a dual role in both energy regulation and in protecting cells from oxidative damage.
This dual approach will allow me to uncover novel regulators of pathway crosstalk by which plants steer their immune signalling network upon encounter with multiple stress and to investigate their biological significance.
Wamer says future studies need to evaluate whether the observed reduction of free radicals by antioxidants has biological significance, such as a reduction in cell toxicity, carcinogenesis, or aging effects.
Perhaps the one puzzle that remains is menstruation's biological significance.
Unfortunately like most "omics" analyses, because hundreds or thousands of proteins are examined in a single experiment, it is very difficult to evaluate the biological significance or resolution of any given proteomics analysis.
BioAvenge has coupled these platforms for analytical study of genes and gene expression and genetic sequences of biological significance - into a unified, end-to-end gene discovery, functional analysis and identification of Bio Hazardous agents.
Further evaluation is underway to determine the biological significance of these modifications and to determine the appropriate expression system to use for clinical development.
Because biological significance of experimentally derived effects in birds may be difficult to define, a large research effort is needed to provide a scientific context in which to interpret the regulatory meaning of new end points proposed for the avian testing tier.
Full browser ?