Opposition to the flow of blood by a blood vessel.
In genetics, the degree of molecular detail on a physical map of DNA. Resolution may range from low to high.
To absorb again, to lose substance. For example, some of a tooth may be resorbed.
The process of losing substance. For example, when bone is surgically reshaped, it undergoes both new formation and resorption.
The act of inhaling and exhaling air in order to exchange oxygen for carbon dioxide.
Having to do with respiration.