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Related topics: Chemistry, Biology
biochemistrybi‧o‧chem‧is‧try /ˌbaɪəʊˈkeməstri $ ˌbaɪoʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  HCHBthe scientific study of the chemistry of living thingsbiochemical adjective
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biochemistryIt was still a long way from biochemistry, i.e. the understanding of how these substances functioned in the living organism.The science may be old and well established as in mechanics, or novel as in biochemistry.Applicants should have a degree in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology or a similar background.The small intestinal mucosa was studied by histology, morphometry, biochemistry, and electron microscopy.Social anthropology is not just a branch of biochemistry.By contrast with such complexities, the rest of the biochemistry is relatively straight forward.By form here is meant anything from their biochemistry and internal structure to their behaviour.Animals and human volunteers will be maintained at various atmospheric pressures and oxygen concentrations while their biochemistry is monitored.
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