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bioacoustics
noun plural but singular in construction Date: 1957 a branch of science concerned with the production of sound by and its effects on living organisms • bioacoustician noun
bioactive
adjective Date: 1965 having an effect on a living organism • bioactivity noun
bioactivity
noun see bioactive
bioassay
noun Date: 1912 determination of the relative strength of a substance (as a drug) by comparing its effect on a test organism with that of a standard preparation • bioassay ...
bioavailability
noun Date: 1971 the degree and rate at which a substance (as a drug) is absorbed into a living system or is made available at the site of physiological activity • ...
bioavailable
adjective see bioavailability
biobehavioral
adjective Date: 1970 of, relating to, or involving the interaction of behavior and biological processes
biocatalysis
noun see biocatalyst
biocatalyst
noun Date: circa 1925 a catalyst (as an enzyme) of biological origin • biocatalysis noun • biocatalytic adjective
biocatalytic
adjective see biocatalyst
biocenosis
or biocoenosis noun (plural biocoenoses) Etymology: New Latin, from 2bi- + Greek koinōsis sharing, from koinoun to make common, from koinos common Date: 1883 an ecological ...
biocentric
adjective Date: circa 1889 considering all forms of life as having intrinsic value • biocentrism noun
biocentrism
noun see biocentric
biochemical
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1851 1. of or relating to biochemistry 2. characterized by, produced by, or involving chemical reactions in ...
biochemical oxygen demand
noun Date: circa 1927 the oxygen used in meeting the metabolic needs of aerobic microorganisms in water rich in organic matter (as water polluted with sewage)
biochemically
adverb see biochemical
biochemist
noun see biochemistry
biochemistry
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1881 1. chemistry that deals with the chemical compounds and processes occurring in organisms 2. the chemical ...
biochip
noun Date: 1981 a hypothetical computer logic circuit or storage device in which the physical or chemical properties of large biological molecules (as proteins) are used to ...
biocidal
adjective Date: 1949 destructive to life
biocide
noun Date: 1947 a substance (as DDT) that is destructive to many different organisms
bioclimatic
adjective Date: 1918 of or relating to the relations of climate and living matter
biocoenosis
noun see biocenosis
biocompatibility
noun Date: 1971 compatibility with living tissue or a living system by not being toxic, injurious, or physiologically reactive and not causing immunological rejection • ...
biocompatible
adjective see biocompatibility
biocontainment
noun Date: 1985 the containment of extremely pathogenic organisms (as viruses) usually by isolation in secure facilities to prevent their accidental release especially during ...
biocontrol
noun Date: 1967 biological control
bioconversion
noun Date: 1960 the conversion of organic materials (as wastes) into an energy source (as methane) by processes (as fermentation) involving living organisms
biodegradability
noun see biodegradable
biodegradable
adjective Date: 1961 capable of being broken down especially into innocuous products by the action of living things (as microorganisms) • biodegradability noun • ...
biodegradation
noun see biodegradable
biodegrade
verb see biodegradable
biodeterioration
noun Date: 1953 the breakdown of materials by microbial action
biodiverse
adjective see biodiversity
biodiversity
noun Date: 1986 biological diversity in an environment as indicated by numbers of different species of plants and animals • biodiverse adjective
biodynamic
adjective Date: 1939 of or relating to a system of farming that uses only organic materials for fertilizing and soil conditioning • biodynamics noun plural but singular in ...
biodynamics
noun plural but singular in construction see biodynamic
bioelectric
also bioelectrical adjective Date: 1914 of or relating to electric phenomena in living organisms • bioelectricity noun
bioelectrical
adjective see bioelectric
bioelectricity
noun see bioelectric
bioenergetic
adjective see bioenergetics
bioenergetics
noun plural but singular in construction Date: 1912 1. the biology of energy transformations and energy exchanges (as in photosynthesis) within and between living things and ...
bioengineer
transitive verb Date: 1951 to modify or produce by bioengineering • bioengineer noun
bioengineering
noun Date: circa 1954 1. biological or medical application of engineering principles or engineering equipment — called also biomedical engineering 2. the application of ...
bioequivalence
noun Date: 1977 the property wherein two drugs with identical active ingredients or two different dosage forms of the same drug possess similar bioavailability and produce the ...
bioequivalent
adjective see bioequivalence
bioethical
adjective see bioethics
bioethicist
noun see bioethics
bioethics
noun plural but singular in construction Date: 1971 a discipline dealing with the ethical implications of biological research and applications especially in medicine • ...
biofeedback
noun Date: 1970 the technique of making unconscious or involuntary bodily processes (as heartbeats or brain waves) perceptible to the senses (as by the use of an oscilloscope) ...
biofilm
noun Date: 1981 a thin usually resistant layer of microorganisms (as bacteria) that form on and coat various surfaces (as of water pipes and catheters)
bioflavonoid
noun Date: 1952 any of various biologically active flavonoids (as hesperidin and quercetin) derived from plants and found especially in fruits and vegetables (as citrus fruits)
biofouling
noun Date: 1943 the gradual accumulation of waterborne organisms (as bacteria and protozoa) on the surfaces of engineering structures in water that contributes to corrosion of ...
biofuel
noun Date: 1970 a fuel (as wood or ethanol) composed of or produced from biological raw materials — compare fossil fuel
biog
abbreviation biographer; biographical; biography
biogas
noun Date: 1971 a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide produced by the bacterial decomposition of organic wastes and used as a fuel
biogenesis
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1870 1. the development of life from preexisting life 2. the synthesis of chemical compounds or structures in the living organism — compare ...
biogenetic
adjective see biogenesis
biogenetic law
noun Date: 1882 the theory of ontogenetic recapitulation
biogenetically
adverb see biogenesis
biogenic
also biogenous adjective Date: 1903 produced by living organisms
biogenous
adjective see biogenic
biogeochemical
noun Date: 1938 of or relating to the partitioning and cycling of chemical elements and compounds between the living and nonliving parts of an ecosystem • biogeochemistry ...
biogeochemistry
noun see biogeochemical
biogeographer
noun see biogeography
biogeographic
adjective see biogeography
biogeographical
adjective see biogeography
biogeography
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1894 a science that deals with the geographical distribution of animals and plants • biogeographer noun • ...
biographee
noun Date: 1841 a person about whom a biography is written
biographer
noun Date: 1715 a writer of a biography
biographic
adjective see biographical
biographical
also biographic adjective Date: 1714 1. of, relating to, or constituting biography 2. consisting of biographies 3. relating to a list briefly identifying persons • ...
biographically
adverb see biographical
biography
noun (plural -phies) Etymology: Late Greek biographia, from Greek bi- + -graphia -graphy Date: 1683 1. a usually written history of a person's life 2. biographical writings ...
biohazard
noun Date: 1967 a biological agent or condition that is a hazard to humans or the environment; also a hazard posed by such an agent or condition • biohazardous adjective
biohazardous
adjective see biohazard
bioinformatic
adjective see bioinformatics
bioinformatics
noun plural but singular in construction Date: 1993 the collection, classification, storage, and analysis of biochemical and biological information using computers especially ...
Bioko
or formerly Fernando Póo or 1973-79 Macías Nguema Biyogo geographical name island Equatorial Guinea in Bight of Biafra area 779 square miles (2018 square kilometers)
biol
abbreviation biologic; biological; biologist; biology
biologic
or biological noun Date: 1921 a biological product (as a vaccine or blood serum) used in medicine
biological
also biologic adjective Date: 1853 1. of or relating to biology or to life and living processes 2. used in or produced by applied biology 3. connected by direct genetic ...
biological clock
noun Date: 1955 an inherent timing mechanism in a living system that is inferred to exist in order to explain the timing or periodicity of various behaviors and physiological ...
biological control
noun Date: 1921 1. the reduction in numbers or elimination of pest organisms by interference with their ecology (as by the introduction of parasites or diseases) 2. an agent ...
biological oxygen demand
noun Date: 1930 biochemical oxygen demand
biological warfare
noun Date: 1946 warfare involving the use of biological weapons; also warfare involving the use of herbicides
biological weapon
noun Date: 1947 a harmful biological agent (as a pathogenic microorganism or a neurotoxin) used as a weapon to cause death or disease usually on a large scale
biologically
adverb see biological
biologism
noun Date: 1920 the use of biological explanations in the analysis of social situations • biologistic adjective
biologist
noun see biology
biologistic
adjective see biologism
biology
noun Etymology: German Biologie, from bi- + -logie -logy Date: 1819 1. a branch of knowledge that deals with living organisms and vital processes 2. a. the plant and ...
bioluminescence
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1916 the emission of light from living organisms; also the light so produced • bioluminescent adjective
bioluminescent
adjective see bioluminescence
biomarker
noun Date: 1982 a distinctive biological or biologically derived indicator (as a metabolite) of a process, event, or condition (as aging, disease, or oil formation)
biomass
noun Date: 1934 1. the amount of living matter (as in a unit area or volume of habitat) 2. plant materials and animal waste used especially as a source of fuel
biomaterial
noun Date: 1966 a natural or synthetic material (as a metal or polymer) that is suitable for introduction into living tissue especially as part of a medical device (as an ...
biomathematical
adjective see biomathematics
biomathematician
noun see biomathematics
biomathematics
noun plural but usually singular in construction Date: 1923 mathematics of special use in biology and medicine • biomathematical adjective • biomathematician noun
biome
noun Etymology: 2bi- + -ome Date: 1916 a major ecological community type (as tropical rain forest, grassland, or desert)
biomechanical
adjective see biomechanics
biomechanically
adverb see biomechanics
biomechanics
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Date: circa 1933 the mechanics of biological and especially muscular activity (as in locomotion or exercise); also the ...
biomedical
adjective Date: 1926 1. of or relating to biomedicine 2. of, relating to, or involving biological, medical, and physical science
biomedical engineer
noun see biomedical engineering
biomedical engineering
noun Date: 1961 bioengineering 1 • biomedical engineer noun
biomedicine
noun Date: 1923 medicine based on the application of the principles of the natural sciences and especially biology and biochemistry
biometeorological
adjective see biometeorology
biometeorologist
noun see biometeorology
biometeorology
noun Date: 1946 a science that deals with the relationship between living things and atmospheric phenomena • biometeorological adjective • biometeorologist noun
biometric
also biometrical adjective Date: 1901 of, relating to, or utilizing biometrics or biometry
biometrical
adjective see biometric
biometrician
noun see biometry
biometrics
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Date: 1902 1. biometry 2. the measurement and analysis of unique physical or behavioral characteristics (as fingerprint or ...
biometry
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1901 the statistical analysis of biological observations and phenomena • biometrician noun
biomimetic
adjective see biomimetics
biomimetics
noun plural but singular in construction Date: 1974 the study of the formation, structure, or function of biologically produced substances and materials (as enzymes or silk) ...
biomineral
noun see biomineralization
biomineralization
noun Date: 1973 the formation or accumulation of minerals by organisms especially into biological tissues or structures (as bones, teeth, and shells) • biomineral noun
biomolecular
adjective see biomolecule
biomolecule
noun Date: 1901 an organic molecule and especially a macromolecule (as a protein or nucleic acid) in living organisms • biomolecular adjective
biomorphic
adjective Date: 1895 resembling or suggesting the forms of living organisms
Bion
biographical name flourished 100 B.C. Greek bucolic poet
bionic
adjective Date: 1963 1. of or relating to bionics 2. having normal biological capability or performance enhanced by or as if by electronic or electromechanical devices
bionics
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Etymology: 2bi- + -onics (as in electronics) Date: 1960 a science concerned with the application of data about the ...
bionomic
adjective see bionomics
bionomics
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Etymology: bionomic, adjective, probably from French bionomique, from bionomie ecology, from bi- + -nomie -nomy Date: 1888 ...
biopesticide
noun Date: 1980 a pesticide consisting of naturally occurring or genetically engineered microorganisms (as bacteria)
biopharmaceutical
noun Date: 1985 a pharmaceutical derived from biological sources and especially one produced by biotechnology • biopharmaceutical adjective
biophilia
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1979 a hypothetical human tendency to interact or be closely associated with other forms of life in nature
biophysical
adjective see biophysics
biophysicist
noun see biophysics
biophysics
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Date: 1892 a branch of science concerned with the application of physical principles and methods to biological problems • ...
biopic
noun Etymology: 2bi- + 1pic Date: 1951 a biographical movie
biopolymer
noun Date: 1961 a polymeric substance (as a protein or polysaccharide) formed in a biological system
bioprospect
transitive verb Date: 1996 to search for substances that are produced by living organisms and may be of medicinal or commercial value • bioprospector noun
bioprospector
noun see bioprospect
biopsy
noun (plural -sies) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary 2bi- + -opsy (as in autopsy) Date: 1895 the removal and examination of tissue, cells, or fluids from the ...
biopsychological
adjective see biopsychology
biopsychologist
noun see biopsychology
biopsychology
noun Date: 1909 psychobiology • biopsychological adjective • biopsychologist noun
bioreactor
noun Date: 1974 a device or apparatus in which living organisms and especially bacteria synthesize useful substances (as interferon) or break down harmful ones (as in sewage)
bioregion
noun Date: 1978 a region whose limits are naturally defined by topographic and biological features (as mountain ranges and ecosystems) • bioregional adjective
bioregional
adjective see bioregion
bioregionalism
noun Date: 1981 an environmentalist movement to make political boundaries coincide with bioregions • bioregionalist noun or adjective
bioregionalist
noun or adjective see bioregionalism
bioremediation
noun Date: 1986 the treatment of pollutants or waste (as in an oil spill, contaminated groundwater, or an industrial process) by the use of microorganisms (as bacteria) that ...
biorhythm
noun Date: 1960 an innately determined rhythmic biological process or function (as sleep behavior); also the internal mechanism that determines such a process or function • ...
biorhythmic
adjective see biorhythm
BIOS
abbreviation Basic Input/Output System
biosafety
noun Date: 1977 safety with respect to the effects of biological research on humans and the environment
bioscience
noun Date: 1941 biology 1; also life science • bioscientific adjective • bioscientist noun
bioscientific
adjective see bioscience
bioscientist
noun see bioscience
biosensor
noun Date: 1962 a device that monitors and transmits information about a life process; especially a device consisting of a biological component (as an enzyme or bacterium) ...
biosocial
adjective Date: 1897 of, relating to, or concerned with the interaction of the biological aspects and social relationships of living organisms • biosocially adverb
biosocially
adverb see biosocial
biosolid
noun Date: 1990 solid organic matter recovered from a sewage treatment process and used especially as fertilizer — usually used in plural
biosphere
noun Date: 1899 1. the part of the world in which life can exist 2. living organisms together with their environment • biospheric adjective
biospheric
adjective see biosphere
biostatistical
adjective see biostatistics
biostatistician
noun see biostatistics
biostatistics
noun plural but singular in construction Date: 1949 statistics applied to the analysis of biological data • biostatistical adjective • biostatistician noun
biostratigraphic
adjective see biostratigraphy
biostratigraphy
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1926 1. the identification of fossils found within sedimentary rock strata as a method of determining the relative ...
biosynthesis
noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1930 the production of a chemical compound by a living organism • biosynthetic adjective • biosynthetically adverb
biosynthetic
adjective see biosynthesis
biosynthetically
adverb see biosynthesis
biosystematic
adjective see biosystematics
biosystematics
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Date: 1945 taxonomy especially as based on cytogenetics and genetics • biosystematic adjective • biosystematist noun
biosystematist
noun see biosystematics
biota
noun Etymology: New Latin, from Greek biotē life; akin to Greek bios Date: 1901 the flora and fauna of a region
biotech
noun Date: 1974 biotechnology 1
biotechnical
adjective Date: 1938 of or relating to biotechnology
biotechnological
adjective see biotechnology
biotechnologically
adverb see biotechnology
biotechnologist
noun see biotechnology
biotechnology
noun Date: 1941 1. the manipulation (as through genetic engineering) of living organisms or their components to produce useful usually commercial products (as pest resistant ...
biotelemetric
adjective see biotelemetry
biotelemetry
noun Date: 1963 the remote detection and measurement of a human or animal function, activity, or condition (as heart rate or body temperature) • biotelemetric adjective
bioterror
noun Usage: often attributive Date: 1996 bioterrorism
bioterrorism
noun Date: 1991 terrorism involving the use of biological weapons • bioterrorist adjective or noun
bioterrorist
adjective or noun see bioterrorism
biotic
adjective Etymology: Greek biōtikos, from bioun Date: 1868 of, relating to, or caused by living organisms
biotic potential
noun Date: 1928 the inherent capacity of an organism or species to reproduce and survive
biotin
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, from Greek biotos life, sustenance; akin to Greek bios Date: 1936 a colorless crystalline growth vitamin C10H16N2O3S of ...
biotite
noun Etymology: German Biotit, from Jean B. Biot died 1862 French mathematician Date: 1862 a generally black or dark green form of mica that is a constituent of crystalline ...
biotitic
adjective see biotite
biotope
noun Etymology: 2bi- + Greek topos place Date: 1927 a region uniform in environmental conditions and in its populations of animals and plants for which it is the habitat
biotoxin
noun Date: 1927 a toxic substance of biological origin
biotransformation
noun Date: 1955 the transformation of chemical compounds within a living system
bioturbated
adjective see bioturbation
bioturbation
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1967 the restructuring of sedimentary deposits (as in a lake bottom or seabed) by moving organisms (as worms and ...
biotype
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1906 the organisms sharing a specified genotype; also the genotype shared or its distinguishing peculiarity • ...
biotypic
adjective see biotype
biowarfare
noun Date: circa 1966 biological warfare
bioweapon
noun Date: 1973 biological weapon
biparental
adjective Date: 1900 of, relating to, involving, or derived from two parents • biparentally adverb
biparentally
adverb see biparental
bipartisan
adjective Date: 1895 of, relating to, or involving members of two parties ; specifically marked by or involving cooperation, agreement, and compromise between two major ...
bipartisanism
noun see bipartisan
bipartisanship
noun see bipartisan
bipartite
adjective Etymology: Latin bipartitus, past participle of bipartire to divide in two, from bi- + partire to divide, from part-, pars part Date: 1574 1. a. being in two ...
bipartitely
adverb see bipartite
bipartition
noun see bipartite
biped
noun Etymology: Latin biped-, bipes, from bi- + ped-, pes foot — more at foot Date: 1646 a two-footed animal • bipedal adjective • bipedally adverb
bipedal
adjective see biped
bipedalism
noun Date: 1907 the condition of having two feet or of using only two feet for locomotion
bipedality
noun Date: 1847 bipedalism
bipedally
adverb see biped
biphasic
adjective Date: circa 1909 having two phases
biphenyl
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1923 a white crystalline hydrocarbon C6H5•C6H5 used especially as a heat-transfer medium and in organic ...
bipinnate
adjective Date: 1760 twice pinnate • bipinnately adverb
bipinnately
adverb see bipinnate
biplane
noun Date: 1874 an aircraft with two main supporting surfaces usually placed one above the other
bipod
noun Etymology: bi- + -pod (as in tripod) Date: 1922 a 2-legged support
bipolar
adjective Date: 1810 1. having or marked by two mutually repellent forces or diametrically opposed natures or views 2. a. having or involving the use of two poles or ...
bipolar disorder
noun Date: 1980 any of several psychological disorders of mood characterized usually by alternating episodes of depression and mania — called also manic depression, ...
bipolarity
noun see bipolar
bipolarization
noun see bipolar
bipolarize
transitive verb see bipolar
bipropellant
noun Date: 1947 a rocket propellant consisting of separate fuel and oxidizer that come together only in a combustion chamber
bipyramid
noun Date: 1897 a crystal consisting of two identical pyramids base to base • bipyramidal adjective
bipyramidal
adjective see bipyramid
biquadratic
adjective or noun Date: 1668 quartic
biracial
adjective Date: 1922 of, relating to, or involving members of two races • biracialism noun
biracialism
noun see biracial
biradial
adjective Date: circa 1909 having both bilateral and radial symmetry
biradical
noun Date: 1943 a free radical or compound with two unpaired electrons
biramous
adjective Etymology: 1bi- + Latin ramus branch Date: 1877 having two branches
birch
I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English beorc; akin to Old High German birka birch, Old English beorht bright, and probably to Latin fraxinus ash tree — more at ...
birchen
adjective see birch I
Bircher
noun Date: 1961 a member or adherent of the John Birch Society • Birchism noun • Birchist or Birchite noun or adjective
Birchism
noun see Bircher
Birchist
noun or adjective see Bircher
Birchite
noun or adjective see Bircher
bird
I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English brid, bird, from Old English bridd Date: before 12th century 1. archaic the young of a feathered vertebrate 2. ...
bird colonel
noun Etymology: from the eagle serving as insignia for this rank Date: circa 1946 slang colonel 1a
bird dog
noun Date: circa 1854 1. a gundog trained to hunt or retrieve birds 2. a. one (as a canvasser or talent scout) who seeks out something for another b. one who steals ...
bird louse
noun Date: 1826 biting louse
bird of paradise
Date: 1595 any of numerous brilliantly colored plumed oscine birds (family Paradisaeidae) chiefly of New Guinea and neighboring islands
bird of passage
Date: 1678 1. a migratory bird 2. a person who leads a wandering or unsettled life
bird of prey
Date: 14th century a carnivorous bird (as a hawk, falcon, or vulture) that feeds wholly or chiefly on meat taken by hunting or on carrion
bird pepper
noun Date: 1696 chiltepin
bird's nest soup
noun Date: 1818 a soup made with the nest of a swiftlet (especially Collocalia fuciphaga) that builds it using a glutinous secretion from its salivary glands
bird's-eye
I. noun Date: 1597 1. any of numerous plants with small bright-colored flowers; especially a speedwell (Veronica chamaedrys) 2. a. an allover pattern for textiles ...
bird's-eye maple
noun Date: 1793 wood of the sugar maple having a wavy grain that causes markings resembling eyes
bird's-eye view
noun Date: 1762 1. a view from a high angle as if seen by a bird in flight 2. an overall or cursory look at something
bird's-foot trefoil
noun Date: 1833 a yellow-flowered European herb (Lotus corniculatus) of the legume family that has claw-shaped pods and is widely grown especially in the United States for ...
bird's-foot violet
noun Date: 1839 a common violet (Viola pedata) of the eastern United States with deeply cleft leaves and pale blue to purple flowers
bird's-nest fern
noun Date: 1858 a large epiphytic spleenwort (Asplenium nidus) of tropical Asia and Polynesia that has large lance-shaped leaves and is often grown as a houseplant
bird-dog
verb Date: 1943 intransitive verb to watch closely transitive verb to seek out ; follow, detect
bird-dogging
noun Date: circa 1941 1. the stealing of another's date (as at a party) 2. the action of one that bird-dogs
bird-of-paradise
noun Date: circa 1884 an ornamental plant (Strelitzia reginae of the family Strelitziaceae) native to southern Africa that has scapes terminating in a horizontal bract from ...
bird-watch
intransitive verb Etymology: back-formation from bird-watcher Date: 1948 bird
bird-watcher
noun Date: 1891 birder 2
birdbath
noun Date: 1895 a usually ornamental basin set up for birds to bathe in
birdbrain
noun Date: 1933 1. a stupid person 2. scatterbrain • birdbrained adjective
birdbrained
adjective see birdbrain
birdcage
noun Date: 15th century a cage for confining birds
birdcall
noun Date: circa 1625 1. a device for imitating the cry of a bird 2. the note or cry of a bird; also a sound imitative of it
birder
noun Date: 15th century 1. a catcher or hunter of birds especially for market 2. a person who birds
birdhouse
noun Date: 1858 an artificial nesting site for birds; also aviary
birdie
I. noun Date: 1768 1. a little bird 2. a golf score of one stroke less than par on a hole — compare eagle II. transitive verb (birdied; birdieing) Date: 1948 to score a ...

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