an analytical technique in which organic compounds are separated by chromatography and identified by studying their effects on microorganisms.
the extent to which a nutrient or medication can be used by the body. noun the extent to which a drug or other substance is taken up by a specific tissue or organ after administration; the proportion of the dose of a drug that reaches the systemic circulation intact after administration by a route other […]
- Biobehavioral science
any of the various branches of the life sciences, as neurobiology, neurochemistry, or neuroendocrinology, that deal with biological aspects of behavior.
of or relating to the application of biological methods and ideas to the study of behavior in an attempt to understand emotions and reactions in terms of brain and physiological function.
a bibliography containing biographical sketches of the authors listed.