[kee-moh-ther-uh-pyoo-tiks, kem-oh-] /ˌki moʊˌθɛr əˈpyu tɪks, ˌkɛm oʊ-/
noun, (used with a singular verb)
[kee-moh-tak-son-uh-mee, kem-oh-] /ˌki moʊ tækˈsɒn ə mi, ˌkɛm oʊ-/ noun, Biochemistry, Biology. 1. the identification and classification of organisms by comparative analysis of their biochemical composition.
[kee-moh-ther-uh-pyoo-tiks, kem-oh-] /ˌki moʊˌθɛr əˈpyu tɪks, ˌkɛm oʊ-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. .
[kee-moh-ther-uh-pee, kem-oh-] /ˌki moʊˈθɛr ə pi, ˌkɛm oʊ-/ noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. the treatment of disease by means of chemicals that have a specific toxic effect upon the disease-producing microorganisms or that selectively destroy cancerous tissue. /ˌkiːməʊˈθɛrəpɪ; kiːmə-/ noun 1. treatment of disease, esp cancer, by means of chemical agents Compare radiotherapy n. 1906, from German […]
[kee-muh-trof, -trawf, -trohf, kem-uh-] /ˈki məˌtrɒf, -ˌtrɔf, -ˌtroʊf, ˌkɛm ə-/ noun, Bacteriology, Biology. 1. any organism that oxidizes inorganic or organic compounds as its principal energy source. chemotroph (kē’mō-trŏf’) An organism that manufactures its own food through chemosynthesis (the oxidation of inorganic chemical compounds) as opposed to photosynthesis. The sulfur-oxidizing bacteria found at deep-sea hydrothermal […]