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English noun: biological process

1. biological process (process) a process occurring in living organisms


Synonymsorganic process


Broader (hypernym)physical process, process


Narrower (hyponym)absorption, activity, adaptation, adaption, adjustment, ageing, ageing, agglutination, aging, aging, anovulation, antisepsis, asepsis, assimilation, autoregulation, bacteriostasis, birth, birthing, blistering, bloom, blooming, bodily function, bodily process, body process, carbon cycle, catabolism, cell division, cellular division, citric acid cycle, crossing over, crossover, cytokinesis, defoliation, deossification, destructive metabolism, development, digestion, dissimilation, eburnation, ecchymosis, effacement, epistasis, erythropoiesis, eutrophication, evolution, expression, extravasation, folding, gastrulation, giving birth, glycogenesis, growing, growth, haematogenesis, haematopoiesis, haemogenesis, haemopoiesis, hematogenesis, hematopoiesis, hemogenesis, hemopoiesis, heredity, humification, hypostasis, implantation, infolding, inhibition, introversion, intussusception, invagination, involution, karyokinesis, katabolism, keratinisation, keratinization, Krebs citric acid cycle, Krebs cycle, lymphopoiesis, lysogenisation, lysogenization, maturation, maturation, maturement, metabolic process, metabolism, metabolism, metamorphosis, nidation, nitrogen cycle, nitrogen fixation, nondevelopment, nutrition, ontogenesis, ontogeny, organic evolution, organification, ossification, ovulation, oxidative phosphorylation, parturition, pathologic process, pathological process, perennation, phylogenesis, phylogeny, preservation, protein folding, quellung, quellung reaction, quickening, reabsorption, regeneration, regulation, replication, reproduction, resorption, ripening, ripening, sanguification, secernment, secretion, segregation, senescence, shedding, sloughing, summation, symphysis, synapsis, synezesis, synizesis, transcription, transduction, translation, translocation, translocation, transpiration, tricarboxylic acid cycle, tumefaction, ulceration, vascularisation, vascularization, vesication, vesiculation









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