constructive ; the synthesis in living organisms of more complex substances from simpler ones (opposed to ).
The owner of anabolic had paid a pretty penny for this location.
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anabolic steroids, hailing from the world of male sex hormones—androgens like testosterone—are the second PED.
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Hooton said that the foundation would continue reaching out to young people about the dangers of anabolic steroids.
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As stated by its authors the theory is, that the female is everywhere “anabolic,” as compared with the male, which is “katabolic.”
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For money is the sinews of anabolic and Katabolic warfare also.
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Menstruation, reproduction, and lactation are at once the cause of an anabolic surplus and the means of getting rid of it.
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Amory called these fiends and angels the anabolic and the Katabolic forces in human progress.
Gray youth Oliver Onions
anabolic: the constructive change from food material to animal tissue: see katabolic.
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Both katabolic and anabolic changes share in the depression, and though less energy is used up, still less energy is generated.
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These two classes of external forces, disruptive and constructive, are called katabolic and anabolic.
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of or relating to anabolism
a metabolic process in which complex molecules are synthesized from simpler ones with the storage of energy; constructive metabolism Compare catabolism
“pertaining to the process of building up (especially in metabolism),” 1876, from Greek anabole “that which is thrown up; a mound,” from anaballein “to throw or toss up,” from ana “up, upward” (see ana-) + ballein “to throw” (see ballistics).
1886; see anabolic + -ism.
anabolism a·nab·o·lism (ə-nāb’ə-lĭz’əm)
The phase of metabolism in which simple substances are synthesized into the complex materials of living tissue.
an’a·bol’ic (ān’ə-bŏl’ĭk) adj.
The phase of metabolism in which complex molecules, such as the proteins and fats that make up body tissue, are formed from simpler ones. Compare catabolism.
The chemical reactions that synthesize molecules in metabolism. (Compare catabolism.)
Note: Athletes often attempt to improve their performance by speeding up this molecule-building process through the use of drugs called anabolic steroids, despite the potential health risks involved. This use is outlawed in many athletic competitions, such as the Olympic Games.
- Anabolic steroid
a synthetic derivative of testosterone, sometimes used by athletes to help increase weight and strength. noun any of a group of synthetic steroid hormones (androgens) used to stimulate muscle and bone growth for therapeutic or athletic purposes anabolic steroid n. A group of synthetic hormones that promote the storage of protein and the growth of […]
- Anabolic steroids
a synthetic derivative of testosterone, sometimes used by athletes to help increase weight and strength. Contemporary Examples Hooton said that the foundation would continue reaching out to young people about the dangers of anabolic steroids. A-Rod Let Us Down Ben Jacobs August 6, 2013 anabolic steroids, hailing from the world of male sex hormones—androgens like […]
constructive ; the synthesis in living organisms of more complex substances from simpler ones (opposed to ). Contemporary Examples In this way, anabolism and catabolism exist in balance with each other and are the ying and the yang of metabolism. 5 Metabolism Myths Debunked Sarah Whitman-Salkin August 24, 2009 anabolism requires the input of energy, […]
a product of anabolic action. noun a product of anabolism anabolite a·nab·o·lite (ə-nāb’ə-līt’) n. A substance formed as a result of anabolism.