the use of living organisms or other biological systems in the manufacture of drugs or other products or for environmental management, as in waste recycling: includes the use of bioreactors in manufacturing, microorganisms to degrade oil slicks or organic waste, genetically engineered bacteria to produce human hormones, and monoclonal antibodies to identify antigens.
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(in industry) the technique of using microorganisms, such as bacteria, to perform chemical processing, such as waste recycling, or to produce other materials, such as beer and wine, cheese, antibiotics, and (using genetic engineering) hormones, vaccines, etc
another name for ergonomics
the study of biorhythms. noun (functioning as sing) the study of biorhythms
a two-footed animal. having two feet. Contemporary Examples The Secret Language of Elephants Bob Simon December 30, 2009 Historical Examples Man And His Ancestor Charles Morris The Forest Exiles Mayne Reid Cradock Nowell, Vol. 1 (of 3) Richard Doddridge Blackmore Lippincott’s Magazine, Vol. 20, August 1877 Various The Races of Man Joseph Deniker The Arena […]
the tracking of a free-ranging animal, or the monitoring of one or more of its physiological conditions, by means of electronic equipment that receives signals from a radio transmitter or similar device attached to or embedded in the animal. noun the monitoring of biological functions in humans or animals by means of a miniature transmitter […]
terrorist acts involving the use of harmful agents and products of biological origin, as disease-producing microorganisms or toxins. noun n.