to undergo biological magnification.
a distinct biochemical, genetic, or molecular characteristic or substance that is an indicator of a particular biological condition or process: a blood test to measure protein biomarkers for cancer. noun another name for biological marker
Ecology. the amount of living matter in a given habitat, expressed either as the weight of organisms per unit area or as the volume of organisms per unit volume of habitat. Energy. organic matter, especially plant matter, that can be converted to fuel and is therefore regarded as a potential energy source. Contemporary Examples Dominion […]
a synthetic material, usually a plastic, suitable for implanting in a living body to repair damaged or diseased parts.
Biology. the application of mathematical methods to the study of living organisms. noun (functioning as sing) the study of the application of mathematics to biology