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This is a list of terms used in biological and medical research. Source: public domain CRISP Thesaurus maintained by the Office of Extramural Research at the National Institutes of Health [1] (http://crisp.cit.nih.gov/). Biology studies the variety of life (clockwise from top-left) E. coli, tree fern, gazelle, Goliath beetle Biology is the science of life (from the Greek words bios = life and logos = word). ... See drugs, medication, and pharmacology for substances that are used to treat patients. ... The public domain comprises the body of all creative works and other knowledge—writing, artwork, music, science, inventions, and others—in which no person or organization has any proprietary interest. ...

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A 2371 -- A kinase anchoring protein -- AAF -- abacavir -- abalone -- ABC test -- ABC transporter -- abdomen -- abdomen neoplasm -- abdominal cancer -- abdominal dropsy -- abdominal neoplasm -- abdominal pressure -- Abelson leukemia virus -- Abelson murine leukemia virus -- Abelson's virus -- abetalipoproteinemia -- abnormal cardiovascular bypass -- abnormal intracardiac heart bypass -- abnormal involuntary movement -- abnormal psychology -- abnormal pulmonary shunt -- abnormal respiratory airway resistance -- abnormal systemic shunt -- ABO blood groups -- ABO H blood groups -- ABO hemolytic disease of newborn -- ABO(H) blood groups -- abortifacient -- abortion -- ABP -- abrin -- abruptio placentae -- abscess -- absenteeism -- absorptive endocytosis -- abstaining from sex -- abstracting -- abzyme -- AC globulin -- academic achievement -- acamprosate -- Acanthamoeba -- Acanthocephala -- acanthocytosis -- acantholysis bullosa -- acanthosis nigricans -- acapnia -- acarbose -- acaricide -- accelerated particle -- accelerin -- accessory cell -- accessory digestive gland -- accessory digestive organ -- accident -- accident proneness -- accidental fall -- acclimatization -- accommodation for handicapped -- Accutane -- ACE -- ACE inhibitor -- acetal -- acetaldehyde -- acetamide -- acetaminophen -- acetate -- acetazolamide -- acetoacetate -- acetoacetyl coA thiolase -- Acetobacter -- Acetobacter aurantius -- acetone -- acetophenetidin -- acetophenone -- acetrizoate -- acetyl coA -- acetyl coA acetyltransferase -- acetyl coA carboxylase -- Acetyl Coenzyme A -- acetylaminofluorene -- acetylation -- acetylcholine -- acetylcholine acetylhydrolase -- acetylcholinesterase -- acetylcysteine -- acetylene -- acetylmethadol -- acetylsalicylate -- AChE -- achlorhydria -- Achlya -- achondroplasia -- achromatopsia -- Achromobacteraceae -- achylia gastrica -- acid -- acid aminoacid ligase -- acid anhydride hydrolase -- acid base balance -- acid base equilibrium -- acid fast bacteria -- acid labile sulfide protein -- acid maltase -- acid maltase deficiency -- acid phosphatase -- acid sphingomyelinase -- acid thiol ligase -- Acidianus -- acidic sphingomyelinase -- acidity -- acidosis -- acinar cell -- Acinetobacter -- acinus -- acivicin -- ackee poison -- aclarubicin -- acne -- Acomys -- aconine -- aconitase -- aconitate hydratase -- aconite -- aconitine -- acoustic nerve -- acoustic neuroma -- ACP -- ACPD -- ACPD (1 aminocyclopentyl 1,3 dicarboxylate) -- acquired aminoacid metabolism disorder -- acquired hemochromatosis -- acquired immunity -- acquired immunodeficiency -- acquired immunodeficiency syndrome -- acquired renal aminoaciduria -- Acremonium -- acridine -- acrodermatitis -- acrodermatitis enteropathica -- acroencephalosyndactyly III -- acroencephalosyndactyly V -- acrolein -- acromegaly -- acroosteolysis -- acrosin -- acrosome -- acryaldehyde -- acrylamide -- acrylic aldehyde -- actascan -- ACTH -- ACTH inhibitor -- ACTH releasing factor -- ActiDione -- actigraphy -- actin -- actin binding protein -- actin filament -- acting out -- actinide -- actinium -- Actinobacillus -- Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans -- actinobolin -- Actinomyces -- Actinomycetales -- Actinomycetales infection -- actinomycin -- actinomycin D -- actinotherapy -- action potential -- activated aminoacid -- activating transcription factor -- activation analysis -- activation of latent virus -- activation product -- active immunization -- active sensitization -- active site -- active transport -- activin -- activin binding protein -- activin receptor -- activity of daily living -- actobindin -- actomyosin -- actomyosin ATPase -- actophorin -- acupressure -- acupuncture -- acute ascending spinal paralysis -- acute bronchiolitis -- acute bronchitis -- acute chest syndrome -- acute chorea -- acute coryza -- acute disease -- acute disorder -- acute disseminated encephalitis -- acute granulocytic leukemia -- acute idiopathic polyneuritis -- acute infectious nonbacterial gastroenteritis -- acute intermittent porphyria -- acute laryngotracheobronchitis virus -- acute leukemia -- acute lymphatic leukemia -- acute lymphoblastic leukemia -- acute lymphocytic leukemia -- acute lymphogenous leukemia -- acute monocytic leukemia -- acute myeloblastic leukemia -- acute myelocytic leukemia -- acute myelogenous leukemia -- acute myeloid leukemia -- acute nonlymphocytic leukemia -- acute phase protein -- acute postinfectious polyneuropathy -- acute promyelocytic leukemia -- acute renal failure -- acute respiratory failure -- acute T cell leukemia -- acute tubular necrosis -- acyclovir -- acyl carrier protein -- acyl coA -- acyl coA dehydrogenase -- acyl dehydrogenase -- acyl group -- acylamidase -- acylamide amidohydrolase -- acylase -- acylating agent -- acylation -- acylphosphate -- acyltransferase -- AD -- adamantane -- ADAMTS -- adapter protein -- ADCC -- ADCC (antibody dependent cell mediated cytotoxicity) -- ADDH -- Addison's disease -- adduct -- adefovir -- Adelaide River virus -- adenase -- adenine -- adenine aminase -- adenine aminohydrolase -- adenine analog -- adenine arabinoside -- adenine deaminase -- adenine nucleoside -- adenine nucleotide -- adenine phosphoribosyltransferase -- adeno associated virus group -- adenocarcinoma -- adenocarcinoma of kidney -- adenoid -- adenoidectomy -- adenoma -- adenomatous polyp -- adenoreceptor -- adenosine -- adenosine 3'5' monophosphate -- adenosine aminohydrolase -- adenosine deaminase -- adenosine deaminase deficiency -- adenosine diphosphate -- adenosine kinase -- adenosine monophosphate -- adenosine phosphate -- adenosine receptor -- adenosine triphosphate -- adenosinetriphosphatase -- adenosylcobalamin -- Adenoviridae -- Adenoviridae vaccine -- Adenovirus -- adenyl cyclase -- adenylate -- adenylate cyclase -- adenylate deaminase -- adenylate kinase -- adenylated aminoacid -- adenylcyclase -- adenylic acid deaminase -- adenylosuccinate synthase -- adenylyl cyclase -- ADH -- ADH (antidiuretic hormone) -- ADHD -- ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) -- adherent junction -- adhesin -- adhesion -- adipex P -- adipocyte -- adipogenesis -- adipose fat body -- adipose tissue -- adiposity -- adipsia -- adjunct health personnel -- ADL -- administrative personnel -- adnexitis -- adolescence (12-20) -- AdoMet -- adopted child -- adoptive cell immunotherapy -- adoptive immunotherapy -- ADP -- ADP ribosyl cyclase -- ADP ribosylation -- ADP ribosyltransferase -- adrenal circulation -- adrenal cortex hormone -- adrenal disorder -- adrenal ferredoxin -- adrenal gland -- adrenal hyperplasia -- adrenal hypertension -- adrenal insufficiency -- adrenal medulla -- adrenal medulla hormone -- adrenal medulla neoplasm -- adrenal neoplasm -- adrenal transplantation -- adrenalectomy -- adrenalin oxidase -- adrenaline -- adrenergic -- adrenergic agent -- adrenergic block -- adrenergic blocking agent -- adrenergic receptor -- adrenocorticotropic hormone -- adrenodoxin -- adrenogenital syndrome -- adrenoleukodystrophy -- adrenomedullin -- adriamycin -- adseverin -- adsorption -- adult animal -- adult foster care -- [[adult human (21+)]] -- adult hypothyroidism -- adult onset diabetes mellitus -- adult progeria -- adult respiratory distress syndrome -- adult stem cell -- adult T cell leukemia -- advanced glycation end products -- advanced glycosylation end products -- Aedes -- aequorin -- Aerobacter aerogenes -- aerobe -- aerobic bacteria -- aerobic exercise -- aerobic glycolysis -- aerobiosis -- aerolysin -- Aeromonas -- aerophagia -- aerosol -- aerosol beam -- aerosol therapy -- AFDC -- AFDC (Aid to Families with Dependent Children) -- affect -- affection -- affective disorder -- affective psychosis -- afferent nerve -- affinity chromatography -- affinity labeling -- affinity purification -- aFGF -- afibrinogenemia -- aflatoxin -- AFM -- aformed phenomenon -- Africa -- African -- African American -- African Caribbean -- African green monkey -- African horse sickness -- African horse sickness virus -- African lymphoma -- African sleeping sickness -- Afroamerican -- afterpotential -- agammaglobulinemia -- Agaricales -- age associated immune deficiency -- age at marriage -- age at pregnancy -- age difference -- age discrimination -- age group -- age of onset -- age related bone loss -- age related hearing loss -- age related macular degeneration -- agenerase -- agent -- agent orange -- ageusia -- agglutination reaction -- agglutinin -- aggrecan -- aggression -- aging -- agitation -- Agnatha -- agnosia -- agonist -- agoraphobia -- agoraphobia without history of panic disorder -- agouti protein -- agranulocytosis -- agriculture -- agriculture worker -- agrin -- Agrobacterium -- Agrobacterium tumefaciens -- AH receptor -- AHR -- Aid to Families with Dependent Children -- AIDS -- AIDS chemotherapy -- AIDS dementia complex -- AIDS diagnosis -- AIDS education -- AIDS neuropathy -- AIDS pharmacotherapy -- AIDS prevention -- AIDS related cancer -- AIDS related complex -- AIDS related neoplasm -- AIDS test -- AIDS therapy -- AIDS vaccine -- AIDS virus -- AIDS wasting syndrome -- air bladder -- air cleaner -- air embolism -- air filter -- air filtration -- air microbiology -- air monitoring -- air pollution -- air pollution control -- air sampling -- air treatment -- airborne allergen -- ajmaline -- AKAP -- akinetic epilepsy -- alanine -- alanine aminotransferase -- alanine racemase -- alanine transaminase -- alaryngeal speech -- alaryngeal voice production -- Alaska -- Alaskan Native American -- Albers Schoenberg disease -- albinism -- albino mouse -- albino rat -- Albright's hereditary osteodystrophy -- albumin -- albuminuria -- albuterol -- alcalase novo -- Alcaligenes -- alcohol -- alcohol abstinence -- alcohol abuse -- alcohol abuse chemotherapy -- alcohol abuse education -- alcohol abuse information system -- alcohol abuse pharmacotherapy -- alcohol abuse prevention -- alcohol abuse therapy -- alcohol craving -- alcohol dehydrogenase -- alcohol induced liver disorder -- alcohol influenced driving -- alcohol oxidoreductase -- alcohol phosphotransferase -- alcoholic beverage -- alcoholic beverage consumption -- alcoholic fatty liver -- alcoholic hepatitis -- alcoholic liver cirrhosis -- alcoholic psychosis -- Alcoholics Anonymous -- alcoholism -- alcoholism abuse -- alcoholism abuse chemotherapy -- alcoholism abuse education -- alcoholism abuse information system -- alcoholism abuse pharmacotherapy -- alcoholism abuse prevention -- alcoholism abuse therapy -- alcoholism antagonist -- alcoholism chemotherapy -- alcoholism education -- alcoholism information system -- alcoholism pharmacotherapy -- alcoholism prevention -- alcoholism therapy -- ALD -- aldehyde -- aldehyde dehydrogenase -- aldehyde lyase -- aldehyde oxidase -- aldehyde oxidoreductase -- aldehyde reductase -- Aldesleukin -- ALDH -- aldolase -- aldose reductase -- aldosterone -- aldosterone hypertension -- aldosterone inhibitor -- aldosterone receptor -- aldosterone stimulant -- aldosteronism -- Aldrich syndrome -- aldrin -- alendronate -- alentemol -- alertness -- Aleut -- Aleutian mink disease -- Aleutian mink disease parvovirus -- Alexander technique -- Alexander's disease -- alfalfa -- alfalfa mosaic virus -- alfentanil -- Alferon -- algae -- algicide -- alginate -- algorithm -- alimentary tract -- alkali metal -- alkaline earth metal -- alkaline phosphatase -- alkaline phosphomonoesterase -- alkalinity -- alkaloid -- alkalosis -- alkane -- alkene -- alkyl group -- alkyl nitrile -- alkyl substitution -- alkylating agent -- alkylation -- alkylguanine DNA alkyltransferase -- alkylphosphate -- alkyltransferase -- alkyne -- ALL -- all trans retinol -- allantoic fluid -- allantoin -- allele -- allelic frequency -- allergen -- allergen registry -- allergen resource -- allergic arthritis -- allergic conjunctivitis -- allergic dermatitis -- allergic eczema -- allergic pneumonitis -- allergic thyroiditis -- allergy -- allied health education -- allied health personnel -- alligator -- alloantibody -- alloantigen -- allogeneic disease -- allogeneic transplantation -- allograft -- alloimmunity -- Allomyces -- allopurinol -- allosteric site -- alloxan -- alloy -- allyl compound -- allylamine -- alopecia -- Alouatta -- Alouattinae -- alpha 1 acid glycoprotein -- alpha 1 antitrypsin -- alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency -- alpha 1 proteinase inhibitor -- alpha 1,4 glucosidase deficiency -- alpha 2 agonist -- alpha actinin -- alpha adrenergic agent -- alpha adrenergic receptor -- alpha adrenergic receptor agent -- alpha aminoisobutyrate -- alpha amylase -- alpha antiadrenergic agent -- alpha benzopyrone -- alpha blocker -- alpha carboxylase -- alpha catenin -- alpha caveolin -- alpha fetoprotein -- alpha fucosidase deficiency -- alpha galactosidase -- alpha galactosidase deficiency -- alpha globulin -- alpha glucosidase -- alpha helix -- alpha hydroxyketone -- alpha ketoacid carboxylase -- alpha ketoglutarate -- alpha ketoglutarate dehydrogenase -- alpha L fucosidase -- alpha mannosidase -- alpha methyl p tyrosine -- alpha methyldopamine -- alpha N acetylglucosaminidase -- alpha radiation -- alpha secretase -- alpha synuclein -- alpha synuclein gene -- alpha2 macroglobulin receptor -- Alphaherpesvirinae -- alpharetrovirus -- Alphavirus -- Alport syndrome -- alprazolam -- alprenolol -- ALPS (autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome) -- ALS -- alstonia -- Alstrom syndrome -- Alternaria -- alternative complement pathway -- alternative medicine -- alternatives to animals in research -- altitude -- altitude sickness -- altruism -- aluminum -- aluminum oxide -- ALV -- ALV related virus -- alveolar epithelium -- alveolar macrophage -- alveolar type II cell -- Alzheimer's disease -- amacrine cell -- amanita toxin -- amanitine -- amantadine -- Amapari virus -- amaurosis -- amaurotic familial idiocy -- Amblyomma -- amblyopia -- Ambrosia -- ambulance -- ambulatory care -- ambystoma -- amebiasis -- amebocyte -- ameboid movement -- ameloblast -- ameloblastoma -- amelogenesis imperfecta -- amelogenin -- amenia -- amenorrhea -- American -- American Indian -- American mole -- American trypanosome -- American Type Culture Collection -- americium -- AMES mutagen test -- amethopterin -- amfebutamone -- amidase -- amidation -- amide -- amidine -- amidine lyase -- amidinohydrolase -- amidinotransferase -- amidohydrolase -- amidophosphoribosyltransferase -- amiloride -- aminacrine -- amination -- amine -- amine oxidase (copper) -- amine oxidase (flavin) -- amine oxidase copper -- amine oxidase copper containing -- amine oxidase flavin -- amine oxidase flavin containing -- amine oxidoreductase -- amino 3 hydroxy 5 methylisoxazole 4 propionate -- amino acid -- amino group -- aminoacid -- aminoacid analog -- aminoacid analyzer -- aminoacid biosynthesis -- aminoacid inhibitor -- aminoacid metabolism -- aminoacid oxidase -- aminoacid sequence of peptide -- aminoacid sequence of protein -- aminoacid transport -- aminoacid tRNA ligase -- aminoacridine -- aminoacyl fatty acid -- aminoacyl nucleotide -- aminoacyl tRNA -- aminoacyl tRNA synthetase -- aminoacyladenylate -- aminoacyltransferase -- aminoalcohol -- aminoazobenzene -- aminobutyrate -- aminocyclopentane carboxylate -- aminoformamidine -- aminoglutethimide -- aminoglycoside antibiotic -- aminoguanidine -- aminohydrolase -- aminolevulinate dehydratase -- aminolevulinate hydro lyase -- aminopeptidase -- aminopeptidase N -- aminophosphonate -- aminophylline -- aminopterin -- aminopurine -- aminopyridine -- aminopyrimidine -- aminosugar -- aminosulfonate -- aminothiol -- aminotransferase -- amiodarone -- Amish -- amitosis -- amitriptyline -- AML -- amlodipine -- Ammon's horn -- ammonia -- ammonia lyase -- ammonia poisoning -- ammonium chloride -- ammonium compound -- amnesia -- amniocentesis -- amnion -- amniotic fluid -- amobarbital -- Amoeba -- amorphous solid -- amoxicillin -- AMP -- AMP aminase -- AMP aminohydrolase -- AMP deaminase -- AMP pyrophosphorylase -- AMPA -- AMPA (amino 3 hydroxy 5 methylisoxazole 4 propionate) -- AMPA receptor -- amperage -- amphetamine -- Amphibia -- amphiphilicity -- Amphipoda -- amphiregulin -- Amphiuma -- amphotericin B -- ampicillin -- amplisome -- amprenavir -- amputation -- amygdala -- amygdaloid body -- amygdaloid nuclear complex -- amyl nitrite -- amylase -- amylase inhibitor -- amylin -- amylo 1,4:1,6 transglucosidase deficiency -- amylo 1,6 glucosidase -- amylo 1,6 glucosidase deficiency -- amyloglucosidase -- amyloid disease -- amyloid precursor protein -- amyloid protein -- amyloidosis -- amylopectinosis -- amylophosphorylase -- amyotonia congenita -- amyotrophic lateral sclerosis -- Anabaena -- anabolic steroid -- anabolism -- Anacystisnidulans -- anaerobe -- anaerobic bacteria -- anaerobic glycolysis -- anaerobiosis -- Anafranil -- anal disorder -- anal fissure -- anal neoplasm -- analeptic -- analgesia -- analgesic -- analog -- analytical chemistry -- analytical method -- analytical ultracentrifugation -- anamnestic reaction -- anandamide -- anaphase -- anaphylactic shock -- anaphylatoxin -- anaphylaxis -- Anaplasma -- anaplastic astrocytoma -- anaprilin -- anarthria -- anasarca -- Anathana -- anatomy -- anatomy of plant -- Ancylostomatidae -- Andean potato mottle virus -- Andersen's disease -- andiotenedione 7alpha hydroxylase -- androgen -- androgen analog -- androgen binding protein -- androgen independent prostate neoplasm -- androgen inhibitor -- androgen receptor -- andromedotoxin -- androstane -- androstane compound -- androstanolone -- androstenediol -- androstenedione -- androstenolone -- androsterone -- anemia -- anemometry -- anencephalus -- anergy -- anesthesia -- anesthesia complication -- anesthesia related hyperthermia -- anesthesiology -- anesthesiology nursing -- anesthetic -- anesthetic hypothermia -- aneuploidy -- aneurysm -- Angelman syndrome -- anger -- angiitis -- angina pectoris -- angiocardiography -- angiocardioultrasonography -- angioedema -- angiogenesis -- angiogenesis factor -- angiogenesis inhibitor -- angiography -- angiokeratoma -- angioma -- angiopoietin -- angiopoietin 1 -- angiopoietin 2 -- angiosarcoma -- angiosperm -- angiostatin -- angiotensin -- angiotensin /renin /aldosterone hypertension -- angiotensin converting enzyme -- angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor -- angiotensin forming enzyme -- angiotensin hypertension -- angiotensin II -- angiotensin receptor -- angiotensinogen -- angiotensinogenase -- angiotomography -- ANH (atrial natriuretic hormone) -- anilide -- aniline -- aniline dye -- animal age group -- animal behavior -- animal behavior development -- animal birth weight -- animal breeding -- animal care -- animal cloning -- animal colony -- animal communication behavior -- animal dander allergen -- animal data -- animal developmental psychology -- animal disease transmission -- animal ecology -- animal extract -- animal facility -- animal fatality rate -- animal food -- animal genetic material tag -- animal infant mortality -- animal migration -- animal model -- animal model for other animal -- animal morbidity -- animal mortality -- animal old age -- animal poison -- animal population density -- animal population genetics -- animal population study -- animal puberty -- animal research subject -- animal resource -- animal tissue -- animal viral hepatitis -- animal welfare research -- Animalia -- anion -- Anisakis -- anisometropia -- ankle -- ankylosing spondylitis -- ankylosis -- ankylosis (surgical) -- ankyrin -- ANLL -- annealing of DNA -- annealing of RNA -- Annelida -- annexin -- annulus of the aqueduct -- anode -- anoikis -- anomer -- anomia -- Anopheles -- anophthalmos syndactyly syndrome -- anorectal disorder -- anorectal fistula -- anorexia -- anorexia nervosa -- anorexic agent -- anorexigenic drug -- anosmia -- anosphrasia -- anoxia -- anoxia neonatorum -- ANP -- ANS -- antacid -- antagonist -- Antarctic -- antarctic climate -- antepartum diagnosis -- anterior chamber -- anterior chamber angle congestion -- anterior perforated substance -- anterior uveitis -- anterograde transport -- anthelmintic -- Anthozoa -- anthracene -- anthracosilicosis -- anthracycline -- anthramycin -- anthranilate -- anthrax -- anthrax edema factor -- anthrax lethal factor -- anthrax protective antigen -- anthrax protective factor -- anthrax toxin -- anthrax vaccine -- Anthropoidea -- anthropology -- antiadrenergic agent -- antiAIDS agent -- antialcoholic drug -- antiallergic agent -- antiantibody -- antianxiety agent -- antiarrhythmic agent -- antiarthritic agent -- antiatherogenic agent -- antibacterial agent -- antibacterial antibody -- antibiotic -- antibiotic resistance -- antibody -- antibody binding capacity test -- antibody biosynthesis -- antibody combining site -- antibody conjugate -- antibody deficiency syndrome -- antibody dependent cell mediated cytotoxicity -- antibody dependent killer cell -- antibody diversity -- antibody formation -- antibody hypersensitivity -- antibody inhibitor -- antibody neutralization test -- antibody positive AIDS test -- antibody receptor -- antibody specificity -- antibody titering -- anticholinergic agent -- anticoagulant -- anticonvulsant -- antidepressant -- antidiabetic -- antidiuresis -- antidiuretic -- antidiuretic hormone -- antidiuretic hormone defective syndrome -- antiDNA autoantibody -- antidote -- antidromic impulse -- antiemetic -- antiepileptic -- antiestrogen -- antiestrogenic -- antifibrinolytic agent -- antifoaming agent -- antifreeze -- antifungal agent -- antifungal antibiotic -- antifungal antibody -- antigen -- antigen antibody affinity -- antigen antibody binding -- antigen antibody complex -- antigen antibody reaction -- antigen challenge -- antigen positive AIDS test -- antigen presentation -- antigen presenting cell -- antigen receptor -- antigen registry -- antigen resource -- antigenic determinant -- antigenic peptide transporter -- antiglaucoma drug -- antiglobulin test -- antihemophilic factor A -- antihemophilic factor B -- antihemophilic factor C -- antihistamine -- antihypercholesterolemic agent -- antihyperglycemic -- antihyperkinetic agent -- antihyperlipemic -- antihyperlipoproteinemic agent -- antihypertensive agent -- antiidiotype antibody -- antiinfective agent -- antiinflammatory agent -- antileukemic agent -- antileukocyte isoantibody -- antimalarial agent -- antimetabolite -- antimicrobial agent -- antimicrobial drug -- antimicroorganism antibody -- antimitotic -- antimony -- antimycin -- antinematodal agent -- antineoplastic -- antineoplastic antibiotic -- antinuclear antibody -- antinuclear autoantibody -- antinuclear factor -- antioncogene -- antioxidant -- antiparasitic agent -- antiparasitic drug -- antiparkinson drug -- antiphospholipid antibody syndrome -- antiphospholipid syndrome -- antiplatyhelmintic agent -- antiport -- antiporter -- antiprotozoal agent -- antipsychotic agent -- antipyretic -- antipyrine -- antireceptor antibody -- antiretroviral agent -- antirheumatic agent -- antischizophrenic -- antisense nucleic acid -- antisense oligonucleotide -- antisepsis -- antiseptic sterilization -- antiserum -- antiserum registry -- antiserum resource -- antisocial personality -- antispasmodic agent -- antisperm agent -- antitermination -- antitermination factor -- antithrombin -- antithrombin I -- antithrombin III -- antithrombogenic surface -- antithyroid agent -- antitoxin -- antitubercular agent -- antitumor agent -- antitumor antibody -- antitumor registry -- antitumor resource -- antitussive -- antiulcer drug -- antivenin -- antivenom -- antiviral agent -- antiviral antibody -- antiviral nucleoside analog -- antivitamin -- antrectomy -- Anura -- anus -- anus neoplasm -- anxiety -- anxiety disorder -- anxiolytic -- aorta -- aorta aneurysm -- aorta coarctation -- aorta constriction -- aorta disorder -- aorta obstruction -- aortic balloon pump -- aortic body -- aortic regurgitation -- aortic valve -- aortic valve disorder -- aortic valve insufficiency -- aortic valve stenosis -- Aotal -- Aotus -- AP1 -- AP1 protein -- AP4 -- AP4 (2 amino 4 phosphonobutyrate) -- apatite -- APC -- aphasia -- aphemia -- aphidicolin -- aphthous stomatitis -- aphthous ulcer -- Aphthovirus -- apical membrane -- apicoectomy -- Apicomplexa -- aplastic anemia -- Aplysia -- apnea -- Apo B -- Apo E -- APO1 antigen -- ApoB -- Apoda -- ApoE -- apoenzyme -- apolipoprotein -- apolipoprotein B -- apolipoprotein E -- apolipoprotein J -- apomorphine -- apophysis ossium -- apoplexy -- apoplipoprotein AI -- apoptosis -- aporphine -- APP (amyloid precursor protein) -- appendage -- appendix -- appetite -- appetite depressant -- appetite disorder -- appetite regulation -- appetite regulatory center -- apraxia -- aprotinin -- aptamer -- aptyalism -- APV -- aquaculture -- aquaporin -- Aquareovirus -- aquatic biology -- aquatic bird -- aquatic organism -- aqueous -- aqueous humor -- aqueous humor flow -- aqueous outflow obstruction -- aqueous vein obstruction -- ara C -- Arab -- Arab country -- Arabidopsis -- Arabidopsis thaliana -- arabinonucleoside -- arabinose -- arachidonate -- arachidonic metabolism -- arachidonylethanolamide -- Arachis hypogaea -- arachnicide -- Arachnida -- arachnodactyly -- arachnoid -- arachnoid villi -- Arbacia punctulata -- arbovirus -- arbovirus C -- arbovirus disease -- arbovirus group A -- arbovirus group B -- archacotida -- Archaea -- archaebacteria -- archicortex -- archipallium -- Architeuthis -- archive -- Arctic -- arctic climate -- arcuate nucleus -- arcus senilis -- ARDS -- area postrema -- Areca -- arecoline -- aredia -- Arenaviridae -- Arenavirus group -- Argasidae -- argentaffin cell -- argentaffinoma -- Argentine hemorrhagic fever virus -- Argentinian hemorrhagic fever virus -- arginase -- arginase deficiency -- arginine -- arginine amidinase -- arginine deiminase -- arginine esterase -- arginine kinase -- arginine lysine protease -- arginine vasopressin -- argininemia -- arginosuccinase deficiency -- arginosuccinate lyase -- arginosuccinate lyase deficiency -- arginosuccinate synthase -- arginosuccinate synthetase deficiency -- arginosuccinic aciduria -- argon -- Aricept -- arid climate -- arm -- armadillo -- ARMD -- ARMD (age related macular degeneration) -- AROM -- aromatase -- aromatherapy -- aromatic hydrocarbon receptor -- aromatic L aminoacid decarboxylase -- arousal -- arrestin -- arrhythmia -- arrhythmic agent -- ARS (autonomously replicating sequence) -- arsenic -- art -- art therapy -- Artemia -- arterial stiffness -- arteriography -- arteriole -- arteriosclerosis -- arteriovenous malformation -- arteriovenous shunt surgery -- arteritis -- Arterivirus -- artery -- artery infusion -- artery occlusion -- artery stenosis -- arthritis -- arthritis education -- arthritis nursing -- arthritis therapy -- Arthrobacter -- arthrodesis -- arthropathic -- arthropathy -- arthroplasty -- arthropod -- arthropod borne communicable disease -- arthropod genetics -- arthropod nonpollutant control -- arthropod poison -- arthropod vector -- Arthropoda -- arthropodicide -- arthroscopy -- Arthus phenomenon -- Arthus reaction -- articular cartilage -- artificial abortion -- artificial blood -- artificial chromosome -- artificial endocrine pancreas -- artificial environment -- artificial erythrocyte -- artificial fertilization -- artificial gene amplification -- artificial gene transfer -- artificial hemoglobin -- artificial immunosuppression -- artificial insemination -- artificial intelligence -- artificial kidney -- artificial lens -- artificial limb -- artificial lung -- artificial membrane -- artificial pacemaker -- artificial respiration -- artificial skin -- artificial tear -- artificial tooth socket implant -- Artiodactyla -- artist -- aryepiglotticus -- aryl 4 monooxygenase -- aryl hydrocarbon hydroxylase -- aryl hydrocarbon receptor -- arylsulfatase -- arylsulfatase A deficiency -- arylsulfatase B deficiency -- aryltransferase -- arytenoideus -- asbestinin 6 -- asbestos -- asbestosis -- ascariasis -- Ascaridida -- Ascaridoidea -- Ascaris -- ascending colon -- aschelminth -- ascidian -- ascites -- Ascomycetes -- ascorbase -- ascorbate -- ascotoxin -- asexual -- Ashkenazim -- Asia -- asialism -- asialoganglioside -- Asian -- Asian American -- asparaginase -- asparagine -- aspartase -- aspartate -- aspartate aminotransferase -- aspartate ammonia lyase -- aspartate carbamoyltransferase -- aspartate decarboxylase -- aspartate protease -- aspartate receptor -- aspartate transaminase -- aspartate transcarbamylase -- aspartic endopeptidase -- aspartic protease -- aspartic proteinase -- aspartyl proteinase -- Asperger syndrome -- aspergillosis -- Aspergillus -- Aspergillus flavus -- Aspergillus nuclease S1 -- aspidosperma alkaloid -- aspidospermatine -- aspidospermine -- aspirin -- asplenia syndrome -- ASS deficiency -- assay development -- assimilatory nitrate reductase -- assisted living facility -- assisted reproductive technology -- assistive device -- assistive reproductive technique -- assistive technology -- association -- association cortex -- association learning -- Astacus -- Asteroidea -- asthma -- astigmatism -- astrocyte -- astrocytoma -- Astrovirus -- ASV -- asymmetric septal hypertrophy -- asymptomatic genital herpes -- asymptomatic HIV infection -- ataxia -- ataxia telangiectasia -- atelectasis -- Ateles -- Ateline herpesvirus group -- atenolol -- ATF -- ATF 2 -- atheroma -- atherosclerosis -- atherosclerotic plaque -- athetosis -- athymia -- athymic mouse -- atlas -- atmosphere -- atmospheric pressure -- atomic absorption spectrometry -- atomic absorption spectrophotometry -- atomic energy -- atomic force microscopy -- atomic orbital -- atonic seizure -- atopic dermatitis -- atopy -- atorvastatin -- atovaquone -- ATP -- ATP binding cassette transporter -- ATP biosynthesis (oxidative) -- ATP citrate (pro3s) lyase -- ATP citrate pro3s lyase -- [[ATP phosphohydrolase (Na+ K+ transporting)]] -- ATP receptor -- ATPase -- atrial fibrillation -- atrial natriuretic hormone -- atrial natriuretic peptide -- atrial septal defect -- atrioseptal defect -- atrioventricular block -- atrioventricular node -- atrium -- atrophic gastritis -- atrophy -- atropine -- attacin -- attention -- attention deficit disorder -- attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- attenuated microorganism -- attenuation -- attitude -- attribution -- atypical pneumonia -- Au antigen -- audiogenic epilepsy -- audiogenic seizure -- audiometry -- audiotape -- audiovisual aid -- auditory cortex -- auditory deprivation -- auditory discrimination -- auditory fatigue -- auditory feedback -- auditory nerve -- auditory nerve stimulator -- auditory nuclei -- auditory ossicle -- auditory pathway -- auditory perception -- auditory prosthesis -- auditory recruitment -- auditory reflex -- auditory stimulus -- auditory threshold -- auditory threshold shift -- auditory tracking -- Aujezky's disease virus -- Aura virus -- aural muscle -- aural reading device -- aural vertigo -- auranofin -- Ausduk disease virus -- Australia -- Australia antigen -- Australorbis -- authority -- autism -- autistic psychopathy -- autoantibody -- autoantigen -- autocrine -- autogenic conditioning -- autogenic training -- autoimmune antibody -- autoimmune dermatologic disorder -- autoimmune disorder -- autoimmune encephalomyelitis -- autoimmune endocrine disorder -- autoimmune foreign transplant disease -- autoimmune gastrointestinal and liver disorder -- autoimmune genitourinary disorder -- autoimmune hematologic disorder -- autoimmune hemolytic anemia -- autoimmune inflammatory bowel disease -- autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome -- autoimmune nervous system disorder -- autoimmune respiratory disorder -- autoimmune rheumatologic disease -- autoimmune thyroid disease -- autoimmune thyroiditis -- autoimmune urogenital disorder -- autoimmune vasculitis -- autoimmunity -- autologous transplantation -- automated data processing -- automated health care system -- automated medical record system -- automobile accident -- autonomic agent -- autonomic block -- autonomic conditioning -- autonomic disorder -- autonomic ganglion -- autonomic nervous system -- autonomic neuropathy -- autonomic reflex -- autonomously replicating sequence -- autonomy (emotional) -- autooxidation -- autophagy -- autoprothrombin I -- autoprothrombin II -- autoprothrombin IIA -- autoprothrombin III -- autopsy -- autoradiography -- autosomal dominant trait -- autosomal recessive trait -- autosome -- autotransfusion -- auxiliary health personnel -- auxiliary heart prosthesis -- auxin -- auxotrophy -- Avena sativa -- aversive conditioning -- Aves -- Aviadenovirus -- avian erythroblastosis virus -- avian infectious bronchitis virus -- avian leukemia virus -- avian leukosis -- avian leukosis virus -- avian lymphomatosis -- avian lymphomatosis virus -- avian myeloblastosis virus -- avian paramyxovirus -- avian plasmodia -- avian pneumoencephalitis virus -- avian reticuloendotheliosis virus -- avian sarcoma -- avian sarcoma virus -- avian type C retrovirus group -- aviation -- avidin -- Avihepadnavirus -- Avipoxvirus -- avlocardyl -- avoidance behavior -- avonex -- awake -- awareness -- axenic culture -- axon -- axon chromatolysis -- axon reaction -- axonal flow -- axonal guidance -- axonal pathfinding -- axonal sprouting -- axonal transport -- axoplasm -- axoplasmic flow -- axoplasmic transport -- axotomy -- axotomy response -- aye aye -- ayurveda -- azacitidine -- azacytidine -- azapicyl -- azapurine -- azaserine -- azathioprine -- AZC -- azepine -- azetidine -- azetidine carboxylate -- azetidinone -- azide -- azidodeoxythymidine -- azidothymidine -- azine -- azino compound -- aziridine -- aziridine phosphine -- azithromycin -- azo compound -- azobenzene -- azole -- Azorhizobium caulinodans -- azotemia -- Azotobacter -- Azotobacter vinelandii -- Azotobacteraceae -- AZT -- azulene -- Azupentat -- azurin -- AAF may stand for: Advanced Authoring Format, an industry standard for high-end exchange of video project data. ... Categories: Antivirals | Biology stubs ... A piece of abalone shell Abalone is the Spanish name used in the United States for various species of shellfish (mollusks) from the Haliotidae family (genus Haliotis), with a richly coloured (on the inside__the outside is rough and mostly brown) shell yielding mother_of_pearl. ... The abdomen (from the Latin word meaning belly) is the part of the body between the pelvis and the thorax. ... Abetalipoproteinemia is a rare genetic disorder of fat metabolism that results in poor absorption of dietary fat and vitamin E. There is an absence of betalipoprotein B. On intestinal biopsy, vacoules containing lipid enterocytes are seen. ... Abnormal psychology studies the nature of psychopathology, its causes, and its treatments. ... An abortifacient is a substance that induces miscarriage or abortion. ... Abortion, in its most common usage, refers to the voluntary or induced termination of a pregnancy, generally through the use of surgical procedures or drugs. ... ABP as an acronym has several meanings: Alternating bit protocol Microsoft Address Book Provider This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... An abscess is a collection of pus collected in a cavity formed by the tissue on the basis of an infectious process (usually caused by bacteria or parasites) or other foreign materials (e. ... Absenteeism is a habitual pattern of absence from a duty or obligation. ... An abzyme (from antibody and enzyme), also called catmab (from catalytic monoclonal antibody), is a monoclonal antibody with catalytic activity. ... Acanthamoeba is a genus of amoebae, one of the most common protozoa in soil, and also frequently found in freshwater and other habitats. ... Classes Archiacanthocephala Palaeacanthocephala Eoacanthocephala The Acanthocephala (gr. ... Acanthosis nigricans is a brown to black, poorly defined, velvety hyperpigmentation of the skin, usually present in the posterior and lateral folds of the neck, the axilla, groin, umbilicus, and other areas. ... Hypocapnia, also sometimes known as acapnia, is a state in which the level of carbon dioxide in the blood is lower than normal. ... Acarbose is a drug used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus. ... Alternate meanings: Accident (fallacy), Accident (philosophy), Accident (movie), Accident, Maryland An accident is something going wrong. ... Acclimatization is the physiological adaptations the body undergoes in response to a change in external environments. ... Isotretinoin is a drug used for the treatment of acne. ... Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme (ACE, EC 3. ... ACE inhibitors, or inhibitors of Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme, are a group of pharmaceuticals that are used primarily in treatment of hypertension and congestive heart failure, in most cases as the drugs of first choice. ... An acetal is a functional group or molecule containing the functional group of a carbon bonded to two -OR groups. ... Acetaldehyde, also known as ethanal, is a chemical compound, an aldehyde with formula CH3CHO and structure It is a highly reactive flammable liquid with a strong fruity smell. ... Acetamide (CH3CONH2), the amide of acetic acid, is a white crystalline solid in pure form. ... Acetaminophen (USAN) or paracetamol (INN), is a popular analgesic and antipyretic drug that is used for the relief of fever, headaches, and other minor aches and pains. ... Acetate, or ethanoate, is the anion of a salt or ester of acetic acid. ... Acetazolamide, sold under the trade name Diamox®, is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor that is used to treat glaucoma, epileptic seizures, benign intracranial hypertension and altitude sickness. ... Acetoacetic acid (also known as 3-oxobutanoic acid or diacetic acid) is a beta-keto acid of the keto acid group, its empirical formula is C4H6O3 or CH3COCH2COOH. It is a strong organic acid and can be produced in the human liver under certain conditions of poor metabolism leading to... Acetobacter is a genus of acetic acid bacteria characterized by the ability to convert alcohol (ethanol) to acetic acid in the presence of air. ... In chemistry, acetone (also known as dimethyl ketone, 2-propanone, propan-2-one and beta-ketopropane) is the simplest representative of the ketones. ... Acetophenone (C6H5_C=O-CH3) is a crystalline ketone that is used as an solvent for cellulose ethers and esters in the making of alcohol-soluble resins. ... Acetylation describes a reaction, usually with acetic acid, that introduces an acetyl radical into an organic compound. ... The chemical compound acetylcholine, often abbreviated as ACh, was the first neurotransmitter to be identified. ... In biochemistry, cholinesterase is a term which refers to one of the two enzymes (EC 3. ... N-acetylcysteine is a chemical, commonly called NAC, produced by the body that enhances the production of the co-enzyme glutathione, a powerful United States, it is available as an over the counter supplement in health stores and in an oral solution as Mucomyst® that can be ingested or aerosolized... The chemical compound acetylene, also called ethyne, was discovered in 1836 by Edmund Davy, in England; its chemical formula is C2 H2 and its structure is: Acetylene is a colorless and extremely flammable gas at standard temperature and pressure, with a melting point of -80. ... Achlorhydria is decreased production of gastric acid by the stomach. ... Achondroplasia is a type of genetic disorder that is a common cause of dwarfism. ... Maskun is a medical condition (also called achromatopsia) characterized by a low cone count or lack of function in cone cells; these are the light receptors responsible for colour perception. ... An acid (often represented by the generic formula AH) is typically a water-soluble, sour-tasting chemical compound. ... For alternative meanings see acid (disambiguation). ... In physiology, acidosis is any condition tending to elevate the hydrogen ion concentration of arterial plasma, making the blood more acidic. ... Acinetobacter is a genus of Proteobacteria. ... Acne is an inflammatory disease of the skin, caused by changes in the pilosebaseous units (skin structures consisting of a hair follicle and its associated sebaceous gland). ... Species About 60: see text Aconitum is a genus of plants belonging to the buttercup family Ranunculaceae. ... Categories: Biochemistry stubs | Neurotoxins ... Acoustic neuroma (or Vestibular Schwannoma) is a benign tumor of the acoustic nerve (more properly the vestibulocochlear nerve) just after it has left the brainstem, in the pontine angle. ... ACP may stand for: Africa, Caribbean and Pacific, the countries that are signatories of the Cotonou Agreement. ... AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, sometimes written Aids) is a human disease characterized by progressive destruction of the bodys immune system. ... This article needs cleanup. ... Acrolein is a severe pulmonary irritant and lacrimating agent, historically it has been used as a chemical weapon during World War I. Acrolein is described as having a piercing, disagreeable, acrid odor. ... Acromegaly (from Greek akros high and megalos large - extremities enlargement) is a hormonal disorder that results when the pituitary gland produces excess growth hormone (hGH). ... Acrosin (EC 3. ... In sperm cells of many higher animals, the acrosome develops over the anterior half of its head. ... The chemical compound acrylamide is an amide with chemical formula C3H5NO and structure It is a white odorless crystalline, soluble in water, ethanol and ether. ... Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH or corticotropin) is a polypeptide hormone secreted from corticotropes in the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland in response to corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) released by the hypothalamus. ... This article or section should be merged with Microfilament Actin is a contractile protein filament important for cell movements. ... This article or section should be merged with actin Microfilaments or actin filaments are made up of two twisted monomeric actin subunits. ... The actinide series encompasses the 14 chemical elements that lie between actinium and nobelium on the periodic table with atomic numbers 89 - 102 inclusive. ... General Name, Symbol, Number actinium, Ac, 89 Chemical series Actinides Group, Period, Block 3 , 7, f Density, Hardness 10070 kg/m3, n/a Appearance silvery Atomic properties Atomic weight (227) u Atomic radius (calc. ... Actinomyces naeslundii are Gram positive rod shaped bacteria that occupy the oral cavity. ... Schematic of an electrophysiological recording of an action potential showing the various phases which occur as the wave passes a point on a cell membrane. ... The active site of an enzyme is the binding site where catalysis occurs. ... Active transport is the mediated transport of biochemicals, and other atomic/molecular substances, across membranes. ... Actomyosin is a protein complex composed of Actin and Myosin. ... Acupressure is a traditional Chinese medicine bodywork technique based on the same ideas as acupuncture. ... Acupuncture chart from the Ming dynasty. ... TAE is an inflammation of the bronchi of the lungs, that causes the cilia of the bronchial epithelial cells to stop functioning. ... The porphyrias are inherited or acquired disorders of certain enzymes in the heme biosynthetic pathway (also called porphyrin pathway). ... Acute lymphocytic leukaemia (ALL), also known as acute lymphoblastic leukaemia is a cancer of the white blood cells, characterised by the overproduction and continuous multiplication of malignant and immature white blood cells (referred to as lymphoblasts) in the bone marrow. ... Acute lymphocytic leukaemia (ALL), also known as acute lymphoblastic leukaemia is a cancer of the white blood cells, characterised by the overproduction and continuous multiplication of malignant and immature white blood cells (referred to as lymphoblasts) in the bone marrow. ... Acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), also known as acute myeloid leukemia, is a cancer of the myeloid line of white blood cells. ... Acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), also known as acute myeloid leukemia, is a cancer of the myeloid line of white blood cells. ... Acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), also known as acute myeloid leukemia, is a cancer of the myeloid line of white blood cells. ... Acute phase proteins are a class of proteins that are synthetized in the liver in response to inflammation. ... Acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), also known as acute myeloid leukemia, is a cancer of the myeloid line of white blood cells. ... Acute renal failure (ARF) is a rapid loss of renal function resulting in retention of nitrogenous (urea and creatinine)and non nitrogenous waste products. ... Aciclovir (INN) or aciclovir (USAN), marketed as Zovirax®, is one of the main antiviral drugs. ... Acyl is an organic radical (or functional group) obtained from an organic acid by the removal of the carboxylic hydroxyl group. ... In chemistry, acylation is the process of adding an acyl group to a compound. ... In chemistry, acylation is the process of adding an acyl group to a compound. ... Look up AD in Wiktionary, the free dictionary AD or ad may stand for: ad or advertisement, see advertising ad- prefix Administrative domain Air Defence Andorra, ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code Anno Domini (In the Year of [Our] Lord). This year is A.D. 2005. ... Adamantane (Tricyclo[3. ... Addisons disease (also known as chronic adrenal insufficiency, or hypocortisolism) is a rare endocrine disorder. ... Adefovir dipivoxil, previously called bis-POM PMEA, is an orally-administered nucleotide analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NtRTI), which works by blocking DNA polymerase, an enzyme that is crucial for the hepatitis B virus (HBV) to reproduce in the body. ... Structure of Adenine Adenine is one of the two purine nucleobases used in forming nucleotides of the nucleic acids DNA and RNA. In DNA, adenine (A) binds to thymine (T) to assist in stabilizing the nucleic acid structures. ... In medicine, carcinoma is any cancer that arises from epithelial cells. ... Adenoids, or pharyngeal tonsils, are folds of lymphatic tissue covered by ciliated epithelium. ... Adenoids, or pharyngeal tonsils, are folds of lymphatic tissue covered by ciliated epithelium. ... Adenoma refers to a collection of growths (-oma) of glandular origin. ... The chemical structure of adenosine Adenosine is a nucleoside formed when adenine is attached to a ribose ring (also known as a ribofuranose) via a β-N9-glycosidic bond. ... Adenosine deaminase (sometimes known as ADA) is an enzyme in the purine metabolism. ... Adenosine deaminase deficiency, or ADA deficiency, is an inherited immunodeficiency syndrome accounting for about 25% of all cases of Severe combined immunodeficiency. ... In biochemistry adenosine diphosphate (commonly called ADP) is a participating chemical in the reactions of intracellular energy transfers. ... Adenosine monophosphate, also known as AMP, is the product of adenosine condensation with a single phosphate group: AMP can be produced during ATP synthesis by the enzyme adenylate kinase by combining two ADP molecules: 2 ADP → ATP + AMP Or AMP may be produced by the hydrolysis of one high energy... The adenosine receptors are a class of G_protein coupled receptors with adenosine as endogenous ligand. ... Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is the nucleotide known in biochemistry as the molecular currency of intracellular energy transfer; that is, ATP is able to store and transport chemical energy within cells. ... Genera Mastadenovirus Aviadenovirus Atadenovirus Siadenovirus Adenoviruses are viruses of the family Adenoviridae. ... Genera Mastadenovirus Aviadenovirus Atadenovirus Siadenovirus Adenoviruses are viruses of the family Adenoviridae. ... Adenylate cyclase (EC 4. ... Adenylate cyclase (EC 4. ... Antidiuretic hormone (ADH), or arginine vasopressin (AVP), is a peptide hormone produced by the hypothalamus, and stored in the posterior part of the pituitary gland. ... DISCLAIMER Please remember that Wikipedia is offered for informational use only. ... One of the important factors contributing to the pathogenicity of bacteria is the presence of adhesins on cell surface, which facilitate colonisation in the macroorganism. ... Adhesion is the molecular attraction exerted between bodies in contact. ... Adipocytes are cells present in adipose tissue, specialized in storing energy as fat. ... Adipose tissue is an anatomical term for loose connective tissue composed of energy in the form of fat, although it also cushions and insulates the body. ... ADL can abbreviate several things Action Description Language, a formal language for automatic planning systems Activities of daily living The Anti-Defamation League Adrenoleukodystrophy, a lack of an enzyme required for breaking down fatty acids. ... Automatic Data Processing. ... In mammals, the adrenal glands are the triangle-shaped endocrine glands that sit atop the kidneys. ... In medicine, adrenal insufficiency is the inability of the adrenal gland to produce adequate amounts of cortisol in response to stress. ... In mammals, the adrenal glands are the triangle-shaped endocrine glands that sit atop the kidneys. ... Epinephrine (INN) or adrenaline (BAN) is a hormone and a neurotransmitter. ... The adrenergic receptors (or adrenoceptors) are a class of G_protein coupled receptors that is the target of catecholamines. ... Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH or corticotropin) is a polypeptide hormone secreted from corticotropes in the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland in response to corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) released by the hypothalamus. ... Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) refers to any of several autosomal recessive diseases resulting from defects in steps of the synthesis of cortisol from cholesterol by the adrenal glands. ... Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) is a degenerative disorder of nerve fibers. ... In chemistry, adsorption of a substance is its concentration on a particular surface. ... Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), also known as respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) or adult respiratory distress syndrome (in contrast with IRDS) is a serious reaction to various forms of injuries to the lung, leading to impaired gas exchange and inflammation. ... Species Aedes albopictus Aedes aegypti This page is about the genus of mosquito, for the Roman building see aedes (Roman) Aedes is a genus of yellow fever. ... An aerobic organism or aerobe is an organism that has an oxygen based metabolism. ... Aerobic exercise is a type of exercise in which muscles draw on oxygen in the blood as well as fats and glucose, that increase cardiovascular endurance. ... This article or section should be merged with aerobic metabolism. ... http://visibleearth. ... Aid to Families with Dependent Children is a welfare program administered by the United States Department of Health and Human Services. ... In psychology, affect is an emotion or subjectively experienced feeling, or the involvement of such processes in a psychological system or theory. ... This article is in need of attention. ... Chemical structure of Aflatoxin B1 Aflatoxins are naturally occurring mycotoxins that act as carcinogens and are produced by two types of mold, Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus. ... AFM is a TLA that can stand for several things: Atomic force microscope or microscopy the American Federation of Musicians the American Federation of Motorcyclists the Association Française contre les Myopathies, a French NGO for neuromuscular disease the Association Francaise de Micromineralogie the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba This is a... World map showing location of Africa A satellite composite image of Africa Africa is the worlds second-largest continent in both area and population, after Asia. ... World map showing location of Africa A satellite composite image of Africa Africa is the worlds second_largest continent in both area and population, after Asia. ... African Americans, also known as Afro-Americans or black Americans, are an ethnic group in the United States of America whose ancestors, usually in predominant part, were indigenous to Sub-Saharan and West Africa. ... Families Agarics (also known as gilled mushrooms) are one of the most familiar types of mushrooms. ... Ageism is discrimination against a person or group on the grounds of age. ... Look up Agent in Wiktionary, the free dictionary An agent is an autonomous entity with an ontological commitment and agenda of its own. ... Agent Orange is the code name for a powerful herbicide and defoliant used widely by the U.S. military during the Vietnam War. ... Aggression is defined as The act of initiating hostilities or invasion. ... Ageing or aging is the process of getting older. ... Agitation may have the following special meanings Agitation, an emotional state Agitation, putting into motion (by shaking or stirring) Agitation, a term from the lexicon of Communists: political activities aimed at urging people to do something This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might... Orders Agnatha (Greek, no jaws) is a Super-class of jawless fish in the phylum Chordata, Sub-Phylum Vertebrata. ... Agnosia (a-gnosis, non-knowledge) is a loss of ability to recognize objects, persons, sounds, shapes or smells while the specific sense is not defective nor is there any significant memory loss. ... Agonists An agonist is a substance that binds to a receptor and triggers a response by the cell. ... Agoraphobia is a form of anxiety disorder. ... Agranulocytosis can result in a dangerous reduction in the number of white blood cells within the body. ... Farming, ploughing rice paddy, in Indonesia Agriculture is the process of producing food, feed, fiber and other desired products by cultivation of certain plants and the raising of domesticated animals (livestock). ... Species Agrobacterium tumefaciens Agrobacterium rhizogenes Agrobacterium is a genus of bacteria that cause tumors in plants. ... Binomial name Agrobacterium tumefaciens Agrobacterium tumefaciens is a species of bacteria that causes tumors (commonly known as galls or crown galls) on a wide range of dicots. ... Aid to Families with Dependent Children is a welfare program administered by the United States Department of Health and Human Services. ... AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, sometimes written Aids) is a human disease characterized by progressive destruction of the bodys immune system. ... There is no known cure for AIDS and so the search for a vaccine against the causative agent, HIV, has become part of the struggle against the disease. ... The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a frequently mutating retrovirus that attacks the human immune system and which has been shown to cause acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). ... The gas bladder (also fish maw, less accurately swim bladder or air bladder) is an internal organ that contributes to the ability of a fish to control its buoyancy, and thus to stay at the current water depth, ascend, or descend without having to waste energy in swimming. ... Description An air embolism, or more generally gas embolism, is a medical condition caused by gas bubbles in the bloodstream. ... This power plant in New Mexico releases sulfur dioxide and particulate matter into the air. ... Chemical structure Alanine is one of the 20 most common natural amino acids. ... Alanine transaminase or ALT is (mostly) a liver enzyme (EC 2. ... Alanine transaminase or ALT is (mostly) a liver enzyme (EC 2. ... State nickname: The Last Frontier, The Land of the Midnight Sun Other U.S. States Capital Juneau Largest city Anchorage Governor Frank Murkowski Official languages English Area 1,717,854 km² (1st)  - Land 1,481,347 km²  - Water 236,507 km² (13. ... Albinism is a genetic condition resulting in a lack of pigmentation in the eyes, skin and hair. ... You may be looking for albumen, or egg white. ... Albuminuria is a pathological condition where albumin is present in the urine. ... Salbutamol (INN) or albuterol (USAN) is a short-acting β2-adrenergic receptor agonist used for the relief of bronchospasm in conditions such as asthma and COPD. It is marketed by the Allen & Hanburys respiratory division of GlaxoSmithKline under the trade name Ventolin. ... In general usage, alcohol (from Arabic al-khwl الكحول, or al-ghawl الغول) refers almost always to ethanol, also known as grain alcohol, and often to any beverage that contains ethanol (see alcoholic beverage). ... This article needs cleanup. ... Alcohol Dehydrogenase Alcohol dehydrogenases are a group of dehydrogenase enzymes that occur in many organisms and facilitate the conversion between alcohols and aldehydes or ketones. ... Alcoholic beverages are drinks containing ethanol, popularly called alcohol. ... In medicine (gastroenterology), hepatitis is any disease featuring inflammation of the liver. ... Alcoholics Anonymous (known commonly as A.A.) is a world-wide fraternal society of alcoholics who seek to get sober and stay sober. ... Alcoholism is an addictive dependency on alcohol characterized by craving (a strong need to drink); loss of control (being unable to stop); physical dependence and withdrawal symptoms; and tolerance (increasing difficulty of becoming drunk). ... An aldehyde is either a functional group consisting of a terminal carbonyl group, or a compound containing a terminal carbonyl group. ... Interleukin-2 (IL-2) is an interleukin, a type of biological response modifier, a substance that can improve the bodys natural response to disease. ... Aldosterone is a steroid synthesized in the mid-section of the adrenal cortex of the adrenal gland. ... Alendronate (Fosamax) is a bisphosphonate drug used for the treatment of osteoporosis (see Maturitas 2004; 48: 179-192). ... The Aleuts (self-denomination: Unangax) are the indigenous people of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, U.S.A.. The homeland of the Aleuts includes the Aleutian Islands, the Pribilof Islands, the Shumagin Islands, and the far western part of the Alaska Peninsula. ... The Alexander Technique is a study of freeing response that is taught by studying ones own mannerisms of posture. ... Species Medicago arabica Medicago heldreichii Medicago hybrida Medicago laciniata Medicago littoralis Medicago lupulina Medicago minima Medicago monantha Medicago monspeliaca Medicago orbicularis Medicago polymorpha Medicago praecox Medicago rigidula Medicago rugosa Medicago ruthenica Medicago sativa Medicago scutellata Medicago secundiflora Medicago truncatula Medicago turbinata Ref: ITIS 183622 as of 2002-07-31 Alfalfa... Alfentanil (Alfenta) is a parenteral short-acting opioid painkiller, used for anaesthesia in surgery. ... The algae (singular is alga) comprise several different groups of living things that produce energy through photosynthesis. ... Alginate is a linear copolymer with homopolymeric blocks of (1-4)-linked ß-D-mannuronate (M) and its C-5 epimer α-L-guluronate (G) residues, respectively, covalently linked together in different sequences or blocks. ... Flowcharts are often used to represent algorithms. ... For the Physics term GUT, please refer to Grand unification theory The gastrointestinal or digestive tract, also referred to as the GI tract or the alimentary canal or the gut, is the system of organs within multicellular animals which takes in food, digests it to extract energy and nutrients, and... The alkali metals are a chemical series. ... The alkaline earth metals are the series of elements in Group 2 of the periodic table: beryllium, magnesium, calcium, strontium, barium and radium (not always considered due to its very short half-life). ... Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is a hydrolase enzyme responsible for removing phosphate groups in the 5- and 3- positions from many types of molecules, including nucleotides, proteins, and alkaloids. ... An alkaloid is a nitrogenous organic molecule that has a pharmacological effect on humans and other animals. ... Alkalosis refers to a condition reducing hydrogen ion concentration of arterial blood plasma. ... An alkane in organic chemistry is a type of hydrocarbon in which the molecule has the maximum possible number of hydrogen atoms and so has no double bonds (they are saturated). ... An alkene is one of the three classes of unsaturated hydrocarbons that contain at least one carbon- carbon double bond and have the general molecular formula of CnH2n (the other two being alkynes and arenes). ... Alkylating agents are so named because of their ability to add alkyl groups to many electronegative groups under conditions present in cells. ... Alkylation is the transfer of an alkyl group from one molecule to another. ... Alkynes are hydrocarbons that have at least one triple bond between carbon atoms. ... ALL is a three-letter acronym that can denote: Albanian Lek (currency) Acute lymphocytic leukemia, a leukemia affecting mostly children. ... Allantoin is a by-product of uric acid used as an anti-irritant in cosmetic products. ... An allele is any one of a number of alternative forms of the same gene occupying a given locus (position) on a chromosome. ... An allergen is any substance (antigen), most often eaten or inhaled, that is recognized by the immune system and causes an allergic reaction. ... Allergic conjunctivitis is irritation of the conjunctiva (the membrane covering the white part of the eye) due to allergy. ... An allergy or Type I hypersensitivity is a immune malfunction whereby a persons body is hypersensitised to react immunologically to typically nonimmunogenic substances. ... This article refers to the large reptile. ... An allograft is a transplanted organ or tissue from a genetically non-identical member of the same species. ... Allopurinol is a drug used for the treatment of gout. ... In biochemistry, an enzyme or other protein is allosteric if its activity or efficiency changes in response to the binding of an effector molecule at a so-called allosteric site. ... An alloy is a combination, either in solution or compound, of two or more elements, at least one of which is a metal, and where the resultant material has metallic properties. ... Baldness (formally alopecia) is the state of lacking hair where it usually would grow, especially on the head. ... Species Alouatta belzebul Alouatta caraya Alouatta coibensis Alouatta fusca Alouatta palliata Alouatta pigra Alouatta sara Alouatta seniculus The howler monkeys (genus Alouatta monotypic in subfamily Mycetinae) are among the largest of the New World monkeys. ... Species Alouatta belzebul Alouatta caraya Alouatta coibensis Alouatta fusca Alouatta palliata Alouatta pigra Alouatta sara Alouatta seniculus The howler monkeys (genus Alouatta monotypic in subfamily Mycetinae) are among the largest of the New World monkeys. ... Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) is a protein that is normally only produced in the foetus during its development. ... A diagram of the alpha helix structure of amino acids In proteins, the α helix is a major structural motif in secondary structure. ... An alpha particle is deflected by a magnetic field Alpha particles or alpha rays are a form of particle radiation which are highly ionizing and have low penetration. ... Alpha-synuclein is a normal protein found in the brain. ... Alport syndrome is a hereditary disease characterized by hematuria. ... Alprazolam is an anxiolytic benzodiazepine used to treat anxiety disorders. ... Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a term used to cover a number of illnesses of the motor neurone. ... This article needs cleanup. ... Alternative medicine broadly describes methods and practices used in place of, or in addition to, conventional medical treatments. ... Altitude is the elevation of an object from a known level or datum, called zero level. ... Altitude sickness (also: acute mountain sickness (AMS) or altitude illness) is a pathological condition that is caused by lack of adaptation to high altitudes. ... Altruism is either a practice or habit (in the view of many, a virtue) as well as an ethical doctrine. ... General Name, Symbol, Number aluminium, Al, 13 Chemical series poor metals Group, Period, Block 13 (IIIA), 3, p Density, Hardness 2700 kg/m3, 2. ... Aluminium oxide (or aluminum oxide) (Al2O3) is a chemical compound of aluminium and oxygen. ... Alzheimers disease (AD) or senile dementia of Alzheimers type is a neurodegenerative disease which results in a loss of mental functions due to the deterioration of brain tissue. ... Amantadine is an antiviral drug that was approved by the FDA in 1976 for the treatment of influenza type A in adults. ... Amblyopia or lazy eye is a disorder of the eyes. ... For other uses, see Ambrosia (disambiguation). ... Ambulance An ambulance is a vehicle designated for the transport of sick or injured people. ... Ambulatory care is any non-emergency medical care; usually the term refers to outpatient care. ... Genera   Ambystoma   Rhyacosiredon Mole salamanders (family Ambystomatidae) are secretive salamanders which spend most of their adult life underground or under cover. ... Amoebiasis is infection by an protozoan, typically Entamoeba histolytica. ... Amenia may refer to: Amenia (town), New York Amenia, North Dakota Amenia (CDP), New York This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Amenorrhoea (BE) or amenorrhea (AmE) is the absence of a menstrual period in a woman of reproductive age. ... American, when used as an adjective, can mean of the United States of America or of or relating to the Americas; when used as a noun, United States citizen, residing in the Americas, or less frequently American English. Immigrants to the United States are usually called first-generation Americans, regardless... Native Americans (also Indians, Aboriginal Peoples, American Indians, First Nations, Alaskan Natives, or Indigenous Peoples of America) are the indigenous inhabitants of The Americas prior to the European colonization, and their modern descendants. ... General Name, Symbol, Number americium, Am, 95 Chemical series actinides Group, Period, Block 7, f Appearance silvery white Atomic properties Atomic weight [243] amu Atomic radius (calc. ... Methotrexate (abbreviated MTX; formerly known as amethopterin) is an antimetabolite drug used in treatment of cancer and autoimmune disease. ... In chemistry, the term amide has several meanings. ... Amiloride is a potassium-sparing diuretic that was first approved for use in 1967 and helps to treat hypertension and congestive heart failure. ... Amination is a reaction involving the addition of an amine group to a metabolite to make an amino acid. ... Ammonia Amines are organic compounds containing nitrogen as the key atom in the amine functional group. ... In chemistry, an amino acid is any molecule that contains both amino and carboxylic acid functional groups. ... In chemistry, especially in organic chemistry and biochemistry, an amino group is an ammonia-like functional group. ... In chemistry, an amino acid is any molecule that contains both amino and carboxylic acid functional groups. ... An aminoacyl tRNA synthetase (abbreviated aaRs) is an enzyme that catalyzes the binding of a specific amino acid to a tRNA to form an aminoacyl-tRNA. The synthetase hydrolyzes ATP to bind the appropriate amino acid to the 3 hydroxyl of the tRNA molecule. ... Methotrexate (abbreviated MTX; formerly known as amethopterin) is an antimetabolite drug used in treatment of cancer and autoimmune disease. ... Amiodarone is a class III antiarrhythmic agent used in the treatment of ventricular arrhythmias and the suppression of atrial and ventricular arrhythmias. ... The Amish are a denomination of Anabaptists related to the Mennonites, most of whom are noted for their avoidance of modern devices such as automobiles and electricity. ... Amitriptyline hydrochloride is an antidepressant drug from the tricyclic antidepressant group, which is sold under the trade names Elavil®, Tryptanol® or Endep®. Its full chemical name is 3-(10,11-dihydro-5H-dibenzo[a,d]cycloheptene-5-ylidene)-N,N-dimethyl-1-propanamine hydrochloride and its empirical formula is C20H23N... Acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), also known as acute myeloid leukemia, is a cancer of the myeloid line of white blood cells. ... Categories: Stub | Calcium channel blockers ... Ammonia is a chemical compound with the formula N H3. ... Ammonium chloride or Sal Ammoniac (chemically ammonium chloride (NH4Cl); also zalmiak, sal armagnac, sal armoniac, and salt armoniack) is, in its pure form, a clear white water-soluble crystalline salt with a biting taste. ... Amnesia is a condition in which memory is disturbed. ... Amniocentesis is a medical procedure used for prenatal diagnosis, in which a small amount of amniotic fluid is extracted from the amnion around a developing fetus. ... The amniotic sac is a tough but thin transparent pair of membranes which holds a developing embryo (and later fetus) until shortly before birth. ... The amniotic sac is a tough but thin transparent pair of membranes which holds a developing embryo (and later fetus) until shortly before birth. ... Alternate meanings: Amoeboid, Amoebozoa, Amoeba distributed operating system Amoeba is a genus of protozoa that moves by means of temporary projections called pseudopods, and is well-known as a representative unicellular organism. ... An amorphous solid is a solid in which there is no long-range order of the positions of the atoms. ... Amoxicillin (formerly amoxycillin in the British Pharmacopoeia) is a moderate_spectrum β_lactam antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections caused by susceptible microorganisms. ... The three-letter abbreviation AMP can refer to the following: In biology, the nucleotide adenosine monophosphate As a flavour enhancer, the nucleotide adenosine monophosphate AngryMutantPenguin, a famous fan of The Elder Scrolls In computing, an audio decoding engine made by Tomislav Uzelac and others, which stood at the basis of... Categories: Chemistry stubs | Biochemicals ... The AMPA receptor (AMPAR) is a non-NMDA-type ionotropic transmembrane receptor for glutamate that mediates fast synaptic transmission in the central nervous system. ... In electricity, current is the rate of flow of charges, usually through a metal wire or some other electrical conductor. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of article quality. ... For other uses, see Amphibian (disambiguation). ... Families about 200 partial list Alpheidae Ampeliscidae Amphilochidae Ampithoidae Anisogammaridae Aoridae Artesiidae Bogideillidae Bosminidae Caprellidae Corophiidae Crangonyctidae Eusiridae Gammaridae Hadziidae Haustoriidae Iphimediidae Ischyroceridae Leucothoidae Liljeborgiidae Lysianassidae Melitidae Phoxocephalidae Sebidae Talitridae Amphipoda (amphipods) include about 4600 different species of small, shrimp_like crustaceans. ... Species  Amphiuma tridactylum  Amphiuma means  Amphiuma pholeter Amphiumas are a genus of salamanders, the only genus within the family Amphiumidae. ... Amphotericin B (Fungilin , Fungizone , Abelcet , AmBisome , Amphocil ) is a polyene antimycotic drug, used intravenously in systemic fungal infections. ... Ampicillin (C16H18N3O4S) Ampicillin (C16H18N3O4S ; CAS No. ... Amputation is the removal of a body extremity by trauma or surgery. ... Location of the amygdala in the human brain Located in the brains medial temporal lobe, the almond-shaped amygdala (in Latin, corpus amygdaloideum) is believed to play a key role in the emotions. ... The chemical compound amyl nitrite (or isoamyl nitrite) is a nitrite with chemical formula C5H11·ONO. It has a characteristic penetrating odour, and produces marked effects on the human body when its vapour is inhaled. ... Amylase (EC 3. ... Amylin or Islet Amyloid Polypeptide (IAPP) is a 37-residue peptide hormone secreted by pancreatic β-cells. ... Amyloid describes various types of protein aggregations that share specific traits when examined microscopically. ... Amyloid describes various types of protein aggregations that share specific traits when examined microscopically. ... Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a term used to cover a number of illnesses of the motor neurone. ... Seven-time Mr. ... Anabolism is the aspect of metabolism that contributes to growth. ... An anaerobic organism or anaerobe is any organism that does not require oxygen. ... An anaerobic organism or anaerobe is any organism that does not require oxygen. ... Anal fissure is an unnatural crack or tear in the anus, usually extending from the anal opening and the midline of the anus. ... For other uses of painkiller, see painkiller (disambiguation) An analgesic (colloquially known as painkiller) is any member of the diverse group of drugs used to relieve pain. ... For other uses of painkiller, see painkiller (disambiguation) An analgesic (colloquially known as painkiller) is any member of the diverse group of drugs used to relieve pain. ... An analog or analogue signal is any continuously variable signal. ... Analytical chemistry is the analysis of material samples to gain an understanding of their chemical composition and structure. ... Anandamide, also known as arachidonylethanolamine or AEA, is a naturally occurring endogenous cannabinoid neurotransmitter found in the brain of animals. ... Anaphase (Greek: ανά = up and φάσις = stage) is the stage of meiosis or mitosis when chromosomes separate each chromatid moves to opposite poles of the cell (opposite ends of the nuclear spindle). ... Anaphylaxis is a severe and rapid systemic allergic reaction to a trigger substance, called an allergen. ... Anaphylaxis is a severe and rapid systemic allergic reaction to a trigger substance, called an allergen. ... Anasarca is a medical symptom characterised by widespread swelling of the skin due to effusion of fluid into the extracellular space. ... Anatomical drawing of the human muscles from the Encyclopédie. ... Androgen is the generic term for any natural or synthetic compound, usually a steroid hormone, that stimulates or controls the development and maintenance of masculine characteristics in vertebrates. ... Grayanotoxin is a toxin found in rhododendrons and other plants of the family Ericaceae. ... Androstenedione is a 19-carbon steroid hormone produced in the adrenal glands and the ovaries as an intermediate step in the biochemical pathway that produces the androgen testosterone and the estrogens estrone and estradiol. ... Categories: Stub | Androgens ... Anemia ( American English) or anaemia ( Commonwealth English), which literally means without blood, is a lack of red blood cells and/or hemoglobin. ... Anergy is a lack of reaction by the bodys defence mechanisms when foreign substances come into contact with the body. ... Anesthesia (AE), also anaesthesia (BE), is the process of blocking the perception of pain and other sensations. ... Anesthesia (AE), also anaesthesia (BE), is the process of blocking the perception of pain and other sensations. ... Anesthesia (AE), also anaesthesia (BE), is the process of blocking the perception of pain and other sensations. ... Aneuploidy is a chromosomal state where abnormal numbers of specific chromosomes or chromosome sets exists within the nucleus. ... An aneurysm (or aneurism) (from Gr. ... Angelman syndrome (AS) is neurological disorder in which severe learning difficulties are associated with a characteristic facial appearance and behavior. ... Anger can be conveyed in many different ways. ... Angina pectoris (Latin for chest constriction) is the result of a lack of oxygen supply to the heart muscle, due to a reduced blood flow around the hearts blood vessels. ... Angioedema (BE: angiooedema), also known by its eponym Quinckes edema and the older term angioneurotic edema, is the rapid swelling (edema) of the skin, mucosa and submucosal tissues. ... Angiogenesis is the physiological process involving the formation of new blood vessels from pre_existing vessels. ... Angiography or arteriography is a medical imaging technique in which an X-ray picture is taken to visualize the inner opening of blood filled structures, including arteries, veins and the heart chambers. ... Angiomas are benign tumors that are made up of small blood vessels. ... Angiosarcoma is a rare, malignant tumor consisting of endothelial and fibroblastic tissue that proliferates and eventually surrounds vascular channels. ... Classes Magnoliopsida - Dicots Liliopsida - Monocots The flowering plants (also angiosperms or Magnoliophyta) are one of the major groups of modern plants, comprising those that produce seeds in specialized reproductive organs called flowers, where the ovulary or carpel is enclosed. ... Angiostatin is a natural angiogenesis inhibitor that is currently underlying clinical trials for its use in anticancer therapy. ... Angiotensinogen, angiotensin I and angiotensin II are peptides involved in maintenance of blood volume and pressure. ... Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme (ACE, EC 3. ... ACE inhibitors, or inhibitors of Angiotensin_Converting Enzyme, are a group of pharmaceuticals that are used primarily in treatment of hypertension and congestive heart failure, in most cases as the drugs of first choice. ... Angiotensinogen, angiotensin I and angiotensin II are peptides involved in maintenance of blood volume and pressure. ... The angiotensin receptors are a class of G protein_coupled receptors with angiotensins as ligands. ... Angiotensinogen, angiotensin I and angiotensin II are peptides involved in maintenance of blood volume and pressure. ... Renin, also known as angiotensinogenase, is a circulating enzyme (EC 3. ... Aniline, phenylamine or aminobenzene (C6H5NH2)is an organic chemical compound which is a primary aromatic amine consisting of a benzene ring and an amino group. ... Ethology is the scientific study of animal behaviour (particularly of social animals such as primates and canids), and is a branch of zoology. ... An animal model usually refers to a non-human animal with a disease or altered health state that is similar to a human condition, these test subjects are often termed as animal models of disease. ... Phyla Subkingdom Parazoa Porifera (sponges) Subkingdom Agnotozoa Placozoa Orthonectida Rhombozoa Subkingdom Metazoa Radiata Cnidaria Ctenophora - Comb jellies Bilateria Protostomia Acoelomorpha Platyhelminthes - Flatworms Nemertina - Ribbon worms Gastrotricha Gnathostomulida - Jawed worms Micrognathozoa Rotifera - Rotifers Acanthocephala Priapulida Kinorhyncha Loricifera Entoprocta Nematoda - Roundworms Nematomorpha - Horsehair worms Cycliophora Mollusca - Mollusks Sipuncula - Peanut worms Annelida - Segmented... ... Anisometropia is a condition in which the lenses of the two eyes have different focal lengths; that is, are in different states of myopia (nearsightedness) and hyperopia (farsightedness). ... The bones in the foot In anatomy, the ankle is the part of the lower limb that is located between the foot and the leg. ... Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a chronic, progressive inflammatory arthritis primarily affecting spine and sacroiliac joints, causing eventual fusion of the spine. ... Ankylosis, or Anchylosis is a stiffness of a joint, the result of injury or disease. ... Classes and subclasses Class Polychaeta (paraphyletic?) Class Clitellata    Oligochaeta - Earthworms and others    Acanthobdellida    Branchiobdellida    Hirudinea - Leeches Class Myzostomida Class Archiannelida (polyphyletic) Class Echiura *Some authors consider the subclasses under Clitellata to be classes The annelids, collectively called Annelida, are a large phylum of animals, comprising the segmented worms, with about... An anode (from the Greek άνοδος = going up) is the positive electrode in an electrolytic system or circuit. ... In sugar chemistry, an anomer is a special type of epimer. ... Nominal aphasia is a form of aphasia (loss of language capability caused by brain damage) in which the subject has difficulty remembering or recognizing names which the subject should know well. ... Species Anopheles funestus Anopheles gambiae Anopheles moucheti Anopheles nili Anopheles ovengensis Anopheles is a genus of mosquito. ... Anorexia (deriving from the Greek word ανορεξία = without appetite (αν = without + όρεξη = appetite)) is the medical name for loss of appetite. ... Anorexia nervosa (commonly shortened to anorexia) is an eating disorder characterised by voluntary starvation and exercise stress. ... Anosmia is the lack of olfaction, or a loss of the sense of smell. ... Asphyxia is a condition of severely deficient supply of oxygen to the body. ... ANP may refer to: American Nazi Party, an American Neo-Nazi political party. ... ANS can be: Algemeen Nederlandse Spraakkunst (Dutch grammar) Algemeen Nijmeegs Studentenblad (student magazine) Astronomische Nederlandse Satelliet X-ray satellite The American Numismatic Society This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... An antacid is any substance that counteracts stomach acidity. ... This article refers to literary antagonists. ... Greek ἀνταρκτικός, opposite the arctic) is a continent surrounding the Earths South Pole. ... Anthelmintics (in the U.S., antihelminthics) are drugs that expel parasitic worms (helminthes) from the body or kill them. ... Orders see text Anthozoa is a class within the phylum Cnidaria that contains the Sea anemones and corals. ... In chemistry, anthracene is a solid polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon consisting of three benzene rings derived from coal-tar. ... Anthrax bacteria. ... Families Tarsiidae Cebidae Nyctipithecidae Pitheciidae Atelidae Cercopithecidae Hylobatidae Hominidae The haplorrhines, the dry-nosed primates, are members of the Haplorrhini clade: the prosimian tarsiers and all of the true simians (the monkeys and the apes, including humans). ... Anthropology (from the Greek word άνθρωπος = human) consists of the study of humankind (see genus Homo). ... Antiarrhythmic agents are a group of pharmaceuticals that are used to suppress fast rhythms of the heart (cardiac arrhythmias), such as atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, ventricular tachycardia, and ventricular fibrillation. ... An antibiotic is a drug that kills or slows the growth of bacteria. ... Antibiotic resistance is the ability of a microorganism to withstand the effects of an antibiotic. ... Schematic of antibody binding to an antigen An antibody is a protein used by the immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects like bacteria and viruses. ... An anticholinergic agent is a member of a class of pharmaceutical compounds which serve to reduce the effects mediated by acetylcholine in the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system. ... An anticoagulant is a substance that prevents coagulation; that is, it stops blood from clotting. ... The anticonvulsants, sometimes also called antiepileptics, belong to a diverse group of pharmaceuticals used in prevention of the occurrence of epileptic seizures. ... Antidepressant - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins/monobook/IE50Fixes. ... An anti-diabetic drug is used to treat diabetes mellitus. ... Antidiuretic hormone (ADH), or arginine vasopressin (AVP), is a peptide hormone produced by the hypothalamus, and stored in the posterior part of the pituitary gland. ... An antidote is a substance which can counteract a form of poisoning. ... An antiemetic is a drug that is effective against vomiting and nausea. ... The anticonvulsants, sometimes also called antiepileptics, belong to a diverse group of pharmaceuticals used in prevention of the occurrence of epileptic seizures. ... An antifoaming agent is a food ingredient intended to curb effusion or effervescence in preparation or serving. ... Antifreeze - motor vehicle coolant Antifreeze protein - fish-related biology This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... An antifungal drug is medication used to treat fungal infections such as athletes foot, ringworm and candidiasis (thrush), as well as serious systemic infections like cryptococcal meningitis. ... An antigen is any molecule that is recognized by antibodies. ... An antigen presenting cell (APC) is a cell that displays foreign antigen complexed with MHC on its surface. ... An antihistamine is a drug which serves to reduce or eliminate effects mediated by histamine, an endogenous chemical mediator released during allergic reactions, through action at the histamine receptor. ... General Name, Symbol, Number antimony, Sb, 51 Series metalloids Group, Period, Block 15 (VA), 5, p Density, Hardness 6697 kg/m3, 3 Appearance silvery lustrous grey Atomic properties Atomic weight 121. ... Antimycin is an antibiotic which inhibits the electron transport chain between cytochrome B and cytochrome C Categories: Biochemistry stubs | Antibiotics ... Antinuclear antibodies (ANAs, also known as antinuclear factor or ANF) are detected in a large group of autoimmune disorders. ... Antinuclear antibodies (ANAs, also known as antinuclear factor or ANF) are detected in a large group of autoimmune disorders. ... An antioxidant is a chemical that prevents the oxidation of other chemicals. ... Antiphospholipid syndrome, or antiphospholipid antibody syndrome, is a disorder of coagulation, and causes thrombosis in both arteries and veins, as well as recurrent miscarriage. ... Antiphospholipid syndrome, or antiphospholipid antibody syndrome, is a disorder of coagulation, and causes thrombosis in both arteries and veins, as well as recurrent miscarriage. ... An antiporter is an Integral Membrane Protein that is involved in facilitated diffusion. ... Antipyretics are drugs that prevent or reduce fever by lowering the body temperature from a raised state. ... An antiseptic is a substance that kills or prevents the growth of bacteria on the external surfaces of the body. ... Antiserum is blood serum containing antibodies. ... Antithrombin is a small molecule that inactivates several enzymes of the coagulation system. ... Antithrombin is a small molecule that inactivates several enzymes of the coagulation system. ... An antitoxin is an antibody with the ability to neutralize a specific toxin. ... A cough medicine or antitussive is a medication given to people to help them stop coughing. ... Antivenom (or antivenin, or antivenene) is a biological product used in the treatment of venomous bites. ... Antivenom (or antivenin, or antivenene) is a biological product used in the treatment of venomous bites. ... Suborders Archaeobatrachia Mesobatrachia Neobatrachia The Anura is the order of animals in the class Amphibia that includes frogs and toads. ... Male Anatomy The anus, in anatomy, is the external opening of the rectum. ... Anxiety is a complex combination of the feeling of fear, apprehension and worry often accompanied by physical sensations such as palpitations, chest pain and/or shortness of breath. ... Anxiety disorder is a blanket term covering several different forms of fear, phobia and nervous condition, that come on suddenly and prevent pursuing normal daily routines including: general anxiety disorder social anxiety, sometimes known as social phobia or social anxiety disorder (SAD) specific phobias obsessive-compulsive disorder agoraphobia claustrophobia panic... An anxiolytic is any drug used in the treatment of anxiety. ... AORTA can also mean always-on real-time access, referring to WAN computer networks. ... Aortic insufficiency (AI), also known as aortic regurgitation (AR), is the leaking of the aortic valve of the heart that causes blood to flow in the reverse direction during ventricular diastole, from the aorta into the left ventricle. ... The aortic valve is one of the valves of the heart. ... Aortic valve stenosis (AS) is a heart condition caused by the incomplete opening of the aortic valve. ... Aotus is both a plant and an animal: It is one of the genera for the golden peas in Fabaceae (bean family) It is the genus for the night monkeys in Nyctipithecidae The name means earless in both cases: the monkey is missing external ears, and the pea is missing... Apatite is a group of minerals, usually referring to: hydroxylapatite, fluorapatite, and chlorapatite, named for high concentrations of OH-, F-, or Cl- ions, respectively, in the crystal lattice. ... APC is an abbreviation of: A Perfect Circle, a rock band with frontman Maynard James Keenan. ... Aphasia is a loss or impairment of the ability to produce or comprehend language, due to brain damage. ... Classes & subclasses Class Conoidasida    Gregarinasina    Coccidiasina Class Aconoidasida    Haemosporasina    Piroplasmasina The Apicomplexa are a large group of protozoa, characterized by the presence of an apical complex at some point in their life-cycle. ... Aplastic anemia is a condition where the bone marrow does not produce enough, or any, new cells to replenish the blood cells. ... Species see text The genus Aplysia belongs to the family Aplysiidae and is a genus of sea hares. ... Apnea (British spelling - apnoea) is the absence of external breathing. ... See also: Caecilian, bishop of Carthage, 312 C.E. Families Rhinatrematidae Ichthyophiidae Uraeotyphlidae Scolecomorphidae Caeciliidae The Caecilians are an order (Gymnophiona or Apoda) of amphibians which resemble worms or snakes. ... An apoenzyme is an enzyme without its cofactor; that is, the protein molecule to which a coenzyme will bind to produce the holoenzyme. ... Apoplexy is an old-fashioned medical term, generally used interchangeably with cerebrovascular accident (CVA or stroke) but having other meanings as well. ... In biology, apoptosis (from the Greek words apo = from and ptosis = falling, pronounced ap-a-tow-sis[1]) is one of the main types of programmed cell death (PCD). ... An appendage is, in general, an external body part that projects from the body, or a natural prolongation or projection from a part of any organism. ... The word appendix refers to the following things: In publishing, an appendix is a short section at the end of a book, often used for supplementary information. ... The appetite is the desire to eat food, felt as hunger. ... Apraxia is a neurological disorder characterized by loss of the ability to execute or carry out learned (familiar) movements, despite having the desire and the physical ability to perform the movements. ... APV chemical structure APV (also called AP5) is a selective NMDA receptor (NMDAR) antagonist that competitively inhibits the active site of NMDAR. Its chemical name is 2-amino-5-phosphonovalerate. ... Aquaculture (sometimes misspelled aquiculture) is the cultivation of aquatic organisms, such as fish, shellfish, algae and other aquatic plants. ... Aquaporins are a class of integral membrane proteins that form pores in the membrane of biological cells and selectively conduct water molecules in and out, while preventing the passage of ions and other solutes. ... Drinking water This article focuses on water as we experience it every day. ... Cytarabine is a shortened form of cytosine arabinoside, a commonly used chemotherapy agent used mainly in the treatment of leukemia and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. ... Arab (disambiguation). ... Species Arabidopsis salsuginea Arabidopsis thaliana Rockcress (Arabidopsis) are a genus of the Brassicaceae family. ... Binomial name Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. ... Fischer projection of L-arabinose Arabinose is a sugar, one of the pentose series of carbohydrates. ... Arachidonic acid is a polyunsaturated fatty acid with four cis double bonds, which are the sources of its flexibility and give it the capacity to react with molecular oxygen. ... Orders Acarina Amblypygi Araneae Opiliones Palpigradi Pseudoscorpionida Ricinulei Schizomida Scorpiones Solifugae Uropygi The arachnids, Arachnida, are a class of invertebrate animals in the subphylum Chelicerata. ... Marfan syndrome is a connective tissue disorder, affecting many structures, including the skeleton, lungs, eyes, heart and blood vessels. ... Arachnoid granulations (and arachnoid villi) are small protrusions of the arachnoid (the thin second layer covering the brain) through the dura (the thick outer layer). ... An Arbovirus (short for Arthropod borne virus) is a virus that is primarily transmitted by arthropods, such as ticks and mosquitoes. ... Phyla / Classes Phylum Crenarchaeota Phylum Euryarchaeota     Halobacteria     Methanobacteria     Methanococci     Methanopyri     Archaeoglobi     Thermoplasmata     Thermococci Phylum Korarchaeota Phylum Nanoarchaeota The Archaea are a major group of prokaryotes. ... Phyla / Classes Phylum Crenarchaeota Phylum Euryarchaeota     Halobacteria     Methanobacteria     Methanococci     Methanopyri     Archaeoglobi     Thermoplasmata     Thermococci Phylum Korarchaeota Phylum Nanoarchaeota The Archaea are a major group of prokaryotes. ... In anatomy of animals, the archipallium the oldest region of the brains pallium. ... Species Architeuthis dux Architeuthis hartingii Architeuthis japonica Architeuthis kirkii Architeuthis martensi Architeuthis physeteris Architeuthis sanctipauli Architeuthis stockii Giant squid are marine mollusks of the class Cephalopoda, represented by the eight species of the genus Architeuthis. ... An archive is a collection of records, charters and other documents belonging to any state, community or family, and the building(s) its kept in. ... The red line indicates the 10°C isotherm in July, commonly used to define the Arctic region border The Arctic is the area around the Earths North Pole. ... Regions with a polar climate are characterized by a lack of warm summers (specifically, no month having an average temperature of 10°C or higher), resulting in the absence of trees in such places, which may also be covered with glaciers or a permanent or semi_permanent layer of ice. ... The arcuate nucleus is a collection of neurons present in the hypothalamus. ... Species (Betel nut palm) and about 50 more Areca is a genus of about 50 species of single-stemmed palms in the family Arecaceae, found in humid tropical forests from Malaysia to the Solomon Islands. ... Argasid or cuddly ticks are ticks of the family Argasidamiousomousoan. ... Arginase (EC 3. ... Arginine Arginine is one of the 20 most common natural amino acids. ... Antidiuretic hormone (ADH), or arginine vasopressin (AVP), is a peptide hormone produced by the hypothalamus, and stored in the posterior part of the pituitary gland. ... General Name, Symbol, Number argon, Ar, 18 Chemical series noble gases Group, Period, Block 18 (VIIIA), 3, p Density, Hardness 1. ... ARM may stand for: Most likely: ARM Ltd (originally Advanced RISC Machines) ARM architecture CPU design or one of its derivatives developed by ARM Ltd (originally called The Acorn RISC Machine) Adjustable rate mortgage Annotated Reference Manual ( C++) Artificial rupture of membranes (see amniotic sac) Others: Accelerated reply mail ( USPS... Genera Chlamyphorus Cabassous Chaetophractus Dasypus Euphractus Priodontes Tolypeutes Zaedyus Armadillo is also the name of an NES video game. ... Aromatase belongs to the group of cytochrome P450 enzymes (EC 1. ... Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils, absolutes, carrier oils and other fragrances from plants to affect someones mood or health, and is commonly associated with alternative medicine. ... Arousal is a physiological and psychological state involving the activation of the reticular activating system in the brain stem, the autonomic nervous system and the endocrine system, leading to increased heart rate and blood pressure and a condition of alertness and readiness to respond. ... A cardiac arrhythmia, also called cardiac dysrhythmia, is a disturbance in the regular rhythm of the heartbeat. ... General Name, Symbol, Number arsenic, As, 33 Series metalloids Group, Period, Block 15 (VA), 4, p Density, Hardness 5727 kg/m3, 3. ... Although today the word art usually refers to the visual arts, the concept of what art is has continuously changed over centuries. ... The application and analysis of modeling perception and life through the arts as an aid in the treatment, assessment or research of mental health issues. ... Species Artemia franciscana Artemia gracilis Artemia monica Artemia parartemia Artemia parthenogenetica Artemia persimilis Artemia salina Artemia sinica Artemia tunesiana Artemia urmiana Brine shrimp (Artemia) are a primitive type of aquatic crustacean. ... Angiography or arteriography is a medical imaging technique in which an X-ray picture is taken to visualize the inner opening of blood filled structures, including arteries, veins and the heart chambers. ... An arteriole is a blood vessel that extends and branchs out from an artery and leads to capillaries. ... Introduction Arteriosclerosis means the hardening of the arteries in Greek. ... Arteriovenous malformation or AVM is a congenital disorder of unknown cause, which produces diffuse or localized vascular lesions consisting of tangle(s) of vessels with abnormal connections and no capillaries. ... Arteritis is inflammation of the walls of arteries, usually as a result of infection or auto-immune response. ... Section of an artery An artery or arterial is also a class of highway. ... Arthritis (from Greek arthro-, joint + -itis, inflammation) is a group of conditions that affect the health of the bone joints in the body. ... Species Arthrobacter is a genus of bacteria that is commonly found in soil. ... Subphyla and Classes Subphylum Trilobitomorpha Trilobita - Trilobites (extinct) Subphylum Chelicerata Arachnida - Spiders, Scorpions, etc. ... Subphyla and Classes Subphylum Trilobitomorpha Trilobita - Trilobites (extinct) Subphylum Chelicerata Arachnida - Spiders, Scorpions, etc. ... Arthroscopic surgery, also known as arthroscopy, is the process where a joint is operated on using an arthroscope, a small fibre optic camera. ... Blood substitutes are used to fill fluid volume and/or carry oxygen and other gases in the cardiovascular system. ... Artificial insemination (AI) is when sperm is placed into a females vagina, uterus or fallopian tubes using artificial means rather than by sexual intercourse. ... Artificial intelligence (also known as machine intelligence and often abbreviated as AI) is intelligence exhibited by any manufactured (i. ... Categories: Medicine stubs ... A pacemaker (or artificial pacemaker, so as not to be confused with the hearts natural pacemaker) is a medical device designed to regulate the beating of the heart. ... Artificial respiration is a technique for providing air for a person who is not drowning and similar situations. ... Families Suidae Hippopotamidae Tayassuidae Camelidae Tragulidae Moschidae Cervidae Giraffidae Antilocapridae Bovidae The even-toed ungulates form the mammal order Artiodactyla. ... An artist is someone who employs creative talent to produce works of art. ... Asbestos (Greek a-, not; sbestos, extinguishable) is a group of fibrous metamorphic minerals. ... Asbestosis is a chronic inflammatory medical condition affecting the parenchymal tissue of the lungs. ... Ascariasis is a debilitating human disease caused by the roundworm Ascaris lumbricoides; other species of Ascaris are parasitic in domestic animals (see Nematode). ... Orders Aplousobranchia Enterogona Phlebobranchia Pleurogona Stolidobranchia Ascidiacea (commonly known as the ascidians) is an order in the Urochordata subphylum of sac-like marine filter feeders. ... In medicine (gastroenterology), ascites is a accumulation of fluid in the peritoneal cavity. ... Classes Archaeascomycetes Hemiascomycetes Euascomycetes Neolectomycetes Pezizomycotina Pneumocystidomycetes Saccharomycotina Schizosaccharomycetes Taphrinomycetes mitosporic Ascomycota Members of the Division Ascomycota are known as the Sac Fungi and are fungi that produce spores in a distinctive type of microscopic sporangium called an ascus (Greek for a bag or wineskin). This monophyletic grouping was formerly... Ascorbic acid is an organic acid with antioxidant properties. ... This article is about human asexuality; asexual reproduction is a separate topic. ... Ashkenazi (אַשְׁכֲּנָזִי, Standard Hebrew Aškanazi, Tiberian Hebrew ʾAškănāzî) Jews or Ashkenazic Jews, also called Ashkenazim (אַשְׁכֲּנָזִים, Standard Hebrew Aškanazim, Tiberian Hebrew ʾAškănāzîm), are Jews who are descendants of Jews from Germany, Poland, Austria and Eastern Europe. ... World map showing location of Asia A satellite composite image of Asia Asia is the central and eastern part of the continent of Eurasia, defined by subtracting the European peninsula from Eurasia. ... The term Asian can refer to something or someone from Asia. ... An Asian American is a person of Asian ancestry or origin who was born in or is an immigrant to the United States. ... Asparagine is one of the 20 most common natural amino acids on Earth. ... Aspartic acid or aspartate is one of the 20 most common natural amino acids which are the building blocks of proteins. ... Aspartate transaminase (AST) also called Serum Glutamic Oxaloacetic Transaminase (SGOT) or aspartate aminotransferase (ASAT) (EC 2. ... Asperger described his patients as little professors. Aspergers syndrome (ASD), is a pervasive developmental disorder commonly referred to as a form of high-functioning autism. ... Aspergillosis is an infection or an allergic response caused by a fungus of the Aspergillus type. ... Species Aspergillus caesiellus Aspergillus candidus Aspergillus carneus Aspergillus clavatus Aspergillus deflectus Aspergillus flavus Aspergillus fumigatus Aspergillus glaucus Aspergillus nidulans Aspergillus niger Aspergillus ochraceus Aspergillus oryzae Aspergillus parasiticus Aspergillus penicilloides Aspergillus restrictus Aspergillus sydowi Aspergillus terreus Aspergillus ustus Aspergillus versicolor Aspergillus is a genus of around 200 fungi (moulds) found worldwide. ... Binomial name Aspergillus flavus Aspergillus flavus is a fungus associated with aspergillosis of the lungs and sometimes believed to cause corneal, otomycotic, and nasoorbital infections. ... A very old bottle of Aspirin Aspirin or acetylsalicylic acid is a drug in the family of salicylates, often used as an analgesic (against minor pains and aches), antipyretic (against fever), and anti- inflammatory. ... 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Astrocytes, also known as astroglia, are characteristic star-shaped cells in the brain. ... Astrocytomas are intracranial tumors derived from astrocytes. ... The Standard American Edition, Revised Version, more commonly known as the American Standard Version (ASV), is a version of the Bible that was released in 1901. ... Ataxia is unsteady and clumsy motion of the limbs or trunk due to a failure of the fine coordination of muscle movements. ... Ataxia-telangiectasia (AT) is a primary immunodeficiency disorder that occurs in an estimated incidence of 1 in 40,000 to 1 in 300,000 births (Lederman, 2000). ... Atelectasis is defined as the collapse of the part of the lung or the whole lung. ... Species Ateles paniscus Ateles belzebuth Ateles chamek Ateles hybridus Ateles marginatus Ateles fusciceps Ateles geoffroyi Spider monkeys are New World monkeys of the family Atelidae, subfamily Atelinae. ... External link Atenolol drug information Categories: Stub | Beta blockers ... 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An atrial septal defect (ASD) is a group of congenital heart diseases that involve the inter-atrial septum of the heart. ... The atrioventricular node (abbreviated AV node) is the tissue between the atria and the ventricles of the heart, which conducts the normal electrical impulse from the atria to the ventricles. ... In Anatomy, atrium refers to a structure of the heart. ... Atrophy is the partial or complete wasting away of a part of the body. ... Atropine is an alkaloid extracted from the deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna) and other plants of the family Solanaceae. ... This article discusses the psychological concept of Attention. ... DISCLAIMER Please remember that Wikipedia is offered for informational use only. ... DISCLAIMER Please remember that Wikipedia is offered for informational use only. ... Attenuation is the decrease of the amount, force, magnitude, or value of something. ... 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Zidovudine (INN) or azidothymidine (abbreviated to AZT) is an anti-retroviral drug, the first antiviral treatment to be approved for use against HIV. It is also sold under the names Retrovir and Retrovis, and as an ingredient in Combivir and Trizivir. ... Categories: Stub ...


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Parvovirus B19 (B19 virus) was the first human parvovirus to be discovered, by chance in 1975 by the Australian virologist Yvonne Cossart. ... Babesiosis is a parasitic disease caused by protozoan parasites of the genus Babesia, which belongs to the phylum Apicomplexa. ... Species Papio hamadryas Papio papio Papio anubis Papio cynocephalus Papio ursinus The Baboon is the largest non-hominid member of the primate order. ... A baby boom is any period of greatly increased birth rate within temporal and usually geographical bounds. ... Baby food is any food that is made specifically for infants, roughly between the ages of six months to two years. ... Species Bacillus anthracis Bacillus cereus Bacillus coagulans Paenibacillus larvae Bacillus natto Bacillus subtilis Bacillus thuringiensis The word bacillus is a descriptive term for the appearance of certain bacteria when viewed microscopically. ... Binomial name Bacillus anthracis Bacillus anthracis is a rod-shaped Gram-positive bacterium of size about 1 by 6 micrometres, and is the cause of the disease known as anthrax. ... Binomial name Bacillus cereus Bacillus cereus is a gram-positive and catalase-positive, spore-forming facultative anaerobic rod-shaped bacteria. ... Binomial name Bacillus subtilis Bacillus subtilis is a gram-positive, rod-shaped, aerobic bacterium that is commonly found in soil. ... Bacitracin is a mixture of related cyclic polypeptides produced by organisms of the licheniformis group of Bacillus subtilis var Tracy. ... Wiktionary has a definition of: Back In anatomy, the back usually refers to the posterior side of the torso in humans and other primates. ... NATIONS #1 WORKPLACE SAFETY PROBLEM Preventing back injuries is a major workplace safety challenge. ... Back pain is one of humanitys most frequent complaints and does not usually reflect any underlying disease. ... In general usage, the backbone is a synonym for the spine of an animal. ... Baclofan is a derivative of gamma-aminobutyric acid, and is a specific to GABA-B receptors. ... Bacteremia is the presence of bacteria in the blood, and is the means by which local infections spread hematogenously to distant organs. ... Phyla/Divisions Actinobacteria Aquificae Bacteroidetes/Chlorobi Chlamydiae/Verrucomicrobia Chloroflexi Chrysiogenetes Cyanobacteria Deferribacteres Deinococcus-Thermus Dictyoglomi Fibrobacteres/Acidobacteria Firmicutes Fusobacteria Gemmatimonadetes Nitrospirae Omnibacteria Planctomycetes Proteobacteria Spirochaetes Thermodesulfobacteria Thermomicrobia Thermotogae Bacteria is also the fictional name of a warring nation under Benzino Napaloni as dictator, in the 1940 film The Great Dictator... Pneumonia (the ancient Greek word for lungs) is defined as an infection involving the alveoli of the lungs. ... Bacteriocins are proteinaceous toxins given off by bacteria to inhibit the growth of similar bacterial strain(s). ... A phage (also called bacteriophage) (in Greek phageton = food/consumption) is a small virus that infects only bacteria. ... Enterobacteria phage λ (lambda phage) is a temperate phage that lives in E. coli. ... Bacterioplankton refers to the bacterial component of the plankton that drifts in the water column. ... Bacteriorhodopsin is a photosynthetic pigment used by archaea, most notably halobacteria. ... For other uses, see Badger (disambiguation). ... This article needs cleanup. ... Baldness (formally alopecia) is the state of lacking hair where it usually would grow, especially on the head. ... The Peoples Republic of Bangladesh (Bangla: গনপ্রজাতন্ত্রী বাংলােদশ) is a country in South Asia that forms the eastern part of the ancient region of Bengal. ... Wikipedia encoded in Code 128_B A barcode (also bar code) is a machine-readable representation of information in a visual format on a surface. ... Binomial name Macaca sylvanus (Linnaeus, 1758) The Barbary Ape (Macaca sylvanus) is a tail-less macaque; despite its name, it is a true monkey and not an ape. ... Barbiturates are drugs that acts as central nervous system (CNS) depressants, and by virtue of this they produce a wide spectrum of effects, from mild sedation to anesthesia. ... Barium is also the Latin name for the city Bari in Italy. ... A barium enema, also called a lower gastrointestinal series, is a medical procedure used to examine and dignose problems with the human large intestines. ... Orders Ascothoracica Acrothoracica Thoracica Rhizocephala A barnacle is a type of arthropod belonging to infraclass Cirripedia in the subphylum Crustacea and is hence distantly related to crabs and lobsters. ... Atmospheric pressure is the pressure caused by the weight of air above any area in the Earths atmosphere. ... Baroreceptors (or baroceptors) in the human body detect the pressure of blood flowing though them, and can send messages to the central nervous system to increase or decrease total peripheral resistance and cardiac output. ... Special nerve cells called baroreceptors are located in the wall of the heart auricles, vena cava, aortic arch and carotid sinuses, and are specialized to monitor changes in blood pressure. ... Barretts esophagus is metaplasia of the lower end of the esophagus caused by chronic reflux esophagitis and is present in about 10% of patients who present with reflux. ... Bartonella is a genus of bacterium. ... A bacterial infection of Bartonella henselae causes the cat-scratch disease. ... A basal body is a short cylindrical array of microtubules plus their associated proteins found at the base of a eukaryotic cell cilium or flagellum. ... Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common skin cancer in humans. ... The basal ganglia are a group of nuclei in the brain associated with motor and learning functions. ... The basal lamina (previously called basement membrane) is a layer on which epithelium sits. ... A base is: in mathematics: A number that is raised to a power, or base of an exponential function. ... The basal lamina (previously called basement membrane) is a layer on which epithelium sits. ... Classes Subdivision Teliomycotina    Urediniomycetes Subdivision Ustilaginomycotina    Ustilaginomycetes Subdivision Hymenomycotina    Homobasidiomycetes - mushrooms The Division Basidiomycota is a large taxon within the Kingdom Fungi that includes those species that produce spores in a club_shaped structure called a basidium. ... Classes Subdivision Teliomycotina    Urediniomycetes Subdivision Ustilaginomycotina    Ustilaginomycetes Subdivision Hymenomycotina    Homobasidiomycetes - mushrooms The Division Basidiomycota is a large taxon within the Kingdom Fungi that includes those species that produce spores in a club_shaped structure called a basidium. ... Categories: Wikipedia cleanup | Biology stubs | Blood and immune system cells ... Families Pteropodidae Emballonuridae Rhinopomatidae Craseonycteridae Rhinolophidae Nycteridae Megadermatidae Vespertilionidae Molossidae Antrozoidae Natalidae Myzopodidae Thyropteridae Furipteridae Noctilionidae Mystacinidae Mormoopidae Phyllostomidae Bats are flying mammals in the order Chiroptera with forelimbs developed as wings. ... Kids bathing in a small metal tub Bathing is the immersion of the body in fluid, usually water, or an aqueous solution, such as the asses milk favored by Cleopatra VII of Egypt. ... batrachotoxin structure Batrachotoxins are extremely potent cardiotoxic and neurotoxic steroidal alkaloids found in certain species of frogs ( poison dart frog) Melyridae beetles and birds ( Pitohui, Ifrita kowaldi). ... The word battery has a number of senses, most of which are discussed in Wikipedia articles cited below. ... BBB is a three letter acronym (TLA). ... Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is exactly as it states; a neurotrophic factor usually derived in the brain. ... Beamlines at synchrotrons are facilities at which researchers get access to synchrotron light, the tunable and high-energy X-ray beams used in synchrotron research. ... Green beans Bean is a common name for large plant seeds of several genera of Fabaceae (formerly Leguminosae) used for food or feed. ... Insert: Á á É é Í í Ó ó Ú ú À à È è Ì ì Ò ò Ù ù Â â Ê ê Î î Ô ô Û û Ä ä Ë ë Ï ï Ö ö Ü ü ß Ã ã Ñ ñ Õ õ Ç ç... Species C. canadensis C. fiber Beavers are semi-aquatic rodents native to North America and Europe. ... Bedding is a generic term that refers to all types of material which make up a bed (generally excluding the mattress and frame, which are less portable). ... Bedouin resting at Mount Sinai Bedouin, derived from the Arabic badawi بدوي, a generic name for a desert-dweller, is a term generally applied to Sahara via the Western Desert, Sinai, and Negev to the eastern coast of the Arabian desert. ... Bedsores, also called pressure sores or decubitus ulcers, are ulcers (sores) caused by prolonged pressure or rubbing on vulnerable areas of the body. ... Bedwetting (or enuresis) is involuntary urination while asleep in bed. ... Families Andrenidae Anthophoridae Apidae Colletidae Ctenoplectridae Halictidae Heterogynaidae Megachilidae Melittidae Oxaeidae Sphecidae Stenotritidae bee or bees, see bee (disambiguation). ... Beef is meat obtained from a bovine. ... This article is about the drink; for the village in Devon, England, see Beer, Devon. ... Suborders Adephaga Archostemata Myxophaga Polyphaga many subgroups: see Subgroups of the order Coleoptera Beetles (order Coleoptera) are one of the main groups of insects. ... Behavior (U.S.) or behaviour (U.K.) refers to the actions or reactions of an object or organism, usually in relation to the environment. ... Behaviorism (or behaviourism) is an approach to psychology based on the proposition that behavior is interesting and worthy of scientific research. ... The process of burping, also known as a belching or eructation, is an often audible release through the mouth of gas that has accumulated in the stomach or esophagus. ... Belief is assent to a proposition. ... Bells palsy (facial palsy) is characterised by facial drooping due to malfunction of the facial nerve (VII cranial nerve), which controls the muscles of the face. ... The bends is usually understood to refer to Decompression sickness. ... Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is the increase in size of the prostate in middle-aged and elderly men. ... In marine geology and biology, benthos are the organisms and habitats of the sea floor; in freshwater biology they are the organisms and habitats of the bottoms of lakes, rivers, and creeks. ... Benzene, C6 H6, PhH, or benzol is a colorless and flammable liquid with a pleasant, sweet smell. ... Benzodiazepine tablets The benzodiazepines are a class of drugs with hypnotic, anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, amnestic and muscle relaxant properties. ... Benzophenone, also known as diphenylmethanone, phenyl ketone, diphenyl ketone, or benzoylbenzene. ... Categories: Chemistry stubs | Carcinogens | Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons ... Benztropine (Cogentin) is a drug used to treat muscle-rigidity, restlessness, and stiffness. ... Sad redirects here; for the three letter acronym, see SAD. Suffering is any unwanted condition and the corresponding negative emotion. ... Berylliosis is a chronic lung disease caused by prolonged exposure to beryllium, a chemical irritant to the lungs. ... General Name, Symbol, Number Beryllium, Be, 4 Series Alkaline earth metals Group, Period, Block 2 (IIA), 2, s Density, Hardness 1848 kg/m3, 5. ... Beta blockers or beta-adrenergic blocking agents are a class of drugs used to treat a variety of cardiovascular conditions and some other diseases. ... Lactase (or β-galactosidase) is the enzyme involved in the hydrolysis of lactose to galactose and glucose. ... Beta-lactamase is a type of enzyme responsible for bacterial resistance to penicillin_type antibiotics. ... Beta particles are high-energy electrons emitted by certain types of radioactive nuclei such as potassium-40. ... A betatron is a type of induction particle accelerator; it uses constant magnetic flux waves to accelerate electrons inside to millions of electron volts Categories: Physics stubs | Nuclear physics | Electromagnetism ... Binomial name Areca catechu Linnaeus Areca nut, or pinang, more commonly known as betel nut, is the seed of the betel palm or Areca catechu, a species of palm tree which grows throughout the Pacific, Asia, and parts of east Africa. ... Categories: Medicine stubs | Choline esters ... Binomial name Betta splendens (Regan, 1910) The Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens) is one of the most popular species of freshwater aquarium fish. ... The word drink is primarily a verb, meaning to ingest liquids, see Drinking. ... BHT is the common abbreviation for butylated hydroxytoluene, a fat-soluble compound used as an antioxidant food additive, and as an antioxidant in rubber and petroleum products. ... Bias has several different meanings, most relating to an offset or prejudice of some sort. ... Bicarbonate is a polyatomic ion whose formula is HCO3-. It is the intermediate form in the deprotonation of carbonic acid: removing the first proton from carbonic acid forms bicarbonate; removing the second proton leads to the carbonate ion. ... Bicuculline (BIC) is an antagonist of GABA receptors. ... Bile (or gall) is a bitter, greenish-yellow alkaline fluid secreted by the liver of most vertebrates. ... A bile duct is any of a number of long tube-like structures that carry bile. ... Bile is also another name for Belenus, a god in Brythonic mythology. ... Biliary atresia is a rare condition of no known cause in which the biliary tract between the liver and the intestine is blocked or absent. ... A bile duct is any of a number of long tube-like structures that carry bile. ... The term bilingualism (from bi meaning two and lingua meaning language) can refer to rather different phenomena. ... Bilirubin is a yellow breakdown product of haem (heme in American English). ... A binding site is a region on a protein to which specific ligands bind. ... Binge eating disorder is a medical syndrome in which, according to currently accepted definitions, people: feel their eating is out of control; eat what most people would think is an unusually large amount of food; eat much more quickly than usual during binge episodes; eat until so full they are... Binocular vision (also referred to as stereoscopic vision) is a type of visual system common in many kinds of animals where both the eyes produce only a single image in the brain. ... Binswangers disease is a rare form of multi-infarct dementia caused by damage to deep white brain matter. ... To bioaccumulate literally means to accumulate in a biological system. ... Also known as a biological assay, a bioassay is a measurement of the effects of a substance on living organisms. ... Biochemistry is the chemistry of life. ... Protein arrays (also biochip, proteinchip) are measurement devices used in biomedical applications to determine the presence and/or amount (referred to as quantitation) of proteins in biological samples, e. ... Biocompatibility is the ability of a material to perform with an appropriate host response in a specific application. ... Biodefense refers to short term, local, usually military measures to restore biosecurity to a given group of persons in a given area — in the civilian terminology, it is a very robust biohazard response. ... Biodegradation is the decomposition of material by microorganisms. ... Bioelectromagnetism (sometimes equated with bioelectricity) refers to the static voltage of biological cells and to the electric currents that flow in living tissues, such as nerves and muscles, as a result of action potentials. ... Bioenergetic Analysis is a body-orientated psychotherapy based on the expression of feelings and the re-establishment of energy flow in the body. ... Biological engineering (a. ... Bioethics is the ethics of biological science and medicine. ... The word biofeedback was coined in the late 1969 to describe laboratory procedures (developed in the 1940s) that trained research subjects to alter brain activity, blood pressure, muscle tension, heart rate and other bodily functions that are not normally controlled voluntarily. ... Longest raised mat area is about half a meter long. ... A biogenic amine is a biogenic substance involved in chemical signalling. ... Gerontology is the study of the elderly, and of the aging process itself. ... Sir Thomas Malory wrote the most famous fictional biography of the Middle Ages with Le Morte dArthur about the life of King Arthur. ... Bioinformatics or computational biology is the use of techniques from applied mathematics, informatics, statistics, and computer science to solve biological problems. ... The gene gun is a device for injecting cells with genetic information, originally designed for plant cells. ... A biological clock enables an organism to anticipate periodical changes in their environment. ... Biology is the science of life (from the Greek words bios = life and logos = reasoned account). ... Bioluminescence is the production and emission of visible light by a living organism as the result of a chemical reaction during which chemical energy is converted to light energy. ... A Biosignature, generally, is a measurable phenomenon that indicates the presence of life. ... In surgery, a biomaterial is a synthetic material used to replace part of a living system or to function in intimate contact with living tissue. ... Mathematical biology or biomathematics is an interdisciplinary field of academic study which models natural, biological processes using mathematical techniques. ... Biomechanics is the study of the mechanics and other physical aspects of living organisms and their parts. ... Biomedical engineering is a discipline concerned with the development and manufacture of prostheses, medical devices, diagnostic devices, drugs and other therapies. ... This page is a candidate to be moved to Wiktionary. ... This article or section should be merged with Bionics (engineering) Biomimetics (also known as bionics and biognosis) is the application of methods and systems found in nature to modern technology. ... Bionics is a term which refers to flow of ideas from biology to engineering and vice versa. ... Biopharmaceuticals are medical drugs (see pharmacology) produced by biotechnology. ... Biophysics (also biological physics) is an interdisciplinary science that applies theories and methods of the physical sciences to questions of biology. ... A biopolymer is a polymer found in nature. ... A biopsy (in Greek: bios = life and opsy = look/appearance) is a medical test involving the removal of cells or tissues for examination. ... This article or section should be merged with biological psychology Psychobiology, also called biopsychology, is the scientific study of mental functioning and behavior in relation to other biological processes, or put another way, of the effects of cognition, emotions, and experience on animal physiology. ... A bioreactor is a vessel in which is carried out a chemical process which involves organisms or biochemically active substances derived from such organisms. ... Bioremediation can be defined as any process that uses microorganisms or their enzymes to return the environment altered by contaminants to its original condition. ... A biosensor is a device for the detection of an analyte that combines a biological component with a physicochemical detector component. ... Biosynthesis is a phenomenon where chemical compounds are produced from simpler reagents. ... Biotechnology is technology based on agriculture, food science, and medicine. ... Bioterrorism is terrorism using germ warfare, an intentional human release of a naturally_occurring or human_modified toxin or biological agent. ... Biotin, also known as vitamin H or B7 and C10H16N2O3S (Biotin; Coenzyme R, Biopeiderm), is a water-soluble B-complex vitamin which is important in the catalysis of essential metabolic reactions to synthesize fatty acids, in gluconeogenesis, and to metabolize leucine. ... Biological warfare, also known as germ warfare, is the use of any organism (bacteria, virus or other disease_causing organism) or toxin found in nature, as a weapon of war. ... Bipolar Affective Disorder, also known as manic depression, BPAD, or BP is a mood disorder resulting in unusually extreme highs and lows of an individuals mood, i. ... Bipolar Affective Disorder, also known as manic depression, or BPAD is a disorder of the brain resulting in unusually extreme highs and lows of an individuals mood, i. ... Orders Many - see section below. ... A calcite crystal laid upon a paper with some letters showing the double refraction Birefringence, or double refraction, is the division of a ray of light into two rays (the ordinary ray and the extraordinary ray) when it passes through certain types of material, such as calcite crystals, depending on... Birth is the process in mammals by which a fetus is expelled from the body of its mother. ... Birth control is the practice of preventing or reducing the probability of pregnancy without abstaining from sexual intercourse; the term is also sometimes used to include abortion, the ending of an unwanted pregnancy, or abstinence. ... Oral contraceptives are contraceptives which are taken orally and inhibit the bodys fertility by chemical means. ... A congenital disorder is a medical condition or defect that is present at or before birth (for example, congenital heart disease). ... In human sexuality, bisexuality describes people who are sexually and/or romantically attracted to both males and females. ... General Name, Symbol, Number Bismuth, Bi, 83 Chemical series Poor metals Group, Period, Block 15 (VA), 6, p Density, Hardness 9. ... In pharmacology, bisphosphonates (also called: diphosphonates) is a class of drugs that inhibits the resorption of bone. ... Orders Subclass Protobranchia Solemyoida Nuculoida Subclass Pteriomorphia - oysters Arcoida Mytiloida Pterioida Subclass Paleoheterodonta - mussels Trigoinoida Unionoida Subclass Heterodonta - clams, zebra mussels Veneroida Myoida Subclass Anomalosdesmata Pholadomyoida Animals of the Class Bivalvia are known as bivalves because they typically have two-part shells, with both parts being more or less symmetrical. ... Orders Subclass Protobranchia Solemyoida Nuculoida Subclass Pteriomorphia - oysters Arcoida Mytiloida Pterioida Subclass Paleoheterodonta - mussels Trigoinoida Unionoida Subclass Heterodonta - clams, zebra mussels Veneroida Myoida Subclass Anomalosdesmata Pholadomyoida Animals of the Class Bivalvia are known as bivalves because they typically have two-part shells, with both parts being more or less symmetrical. ... African Americans, also known as Afro-Americans or black Americans, are an ethnic group in the United States of America whose ancestors, usually in predominant part, were indigenous to Sub-Saharan and West Africa. ... This article concerns the world wide pandemic starting in the mid- 14th century, with a focus on material available from European records and accounts. ... This article is about a musical project. ... This article is about the color black; for other uses, see Black (disambiguation). ... Cystoscopic view of a papillary bladder tumor (top); the bladder wall is visible on the bottom right Bladder cancer refers to any of several types of malignant growths of the urinary bladder. ... Blastomycosis is a fungal infection caused by the organism Blastomyces dermatitidis History It was first described by Thomas Casper Gilchrist [1] in 1894 and sometimes goes by the eponym Gilchrists disease [2]. It is also sometimes referred to as Chicago Disease. ... Embryogenesis is the process of cell division and cellular differentiation which leads to the development of an embryo. ... Bleeding is the loss of blood from the body. ... Bleomycin is an anti-cancer agent. ... Blepharitis is a medical condition relating to the inflammation of eyelids and eyelashes. ... Blindness can be defined physiologically as the condition of lacking sight. ... A blister or bulla is a defense mechanism of the human body. ... Red blood cells (erythrocytes) are present in the blood and help carry oxygen to the rest of the cells in the body Blood is a circulating tissue composed of fluid plasma and cells ( red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets). ... Blood Alcohol Content (or Blood Alcohol Concentration), often abbreviated BAC, is the concentration of alcohol in blood, measured, by volume, as a percentage. ... A blood bank is a cache or bank of blood or blood components, gathered as a result of blood donation, stored and preserved for later use in blood transfusions. ... The blood-brain barrier is a physical barrier between the blood vessels in the central nervous system, and the central nervous system itself. ... Leukemia (leukaemia in Commonwealth English) is a group of blood diseases characterized by malignancies (cancer) of the blood-forming tissues. ... A blood cell is any cell of any type normally found in blood. ... A blood cell count is a measurement of the levels of a persons haemoglobin, white cell count and platelets. ... The circulatory system or cardiovascular system is the organ system which circulates blood around the body of most animals. ... Coagulation is the thickening or congealing of any liquid into solid clots. ... Blood donation is a process by which a blood donor voluntarily has blood drawn for storage in a blood bank for subsequent use in a blood transfusion. ... Blood flow is the flow of blood in the cardiovascular system. ... Arterial blood gas measurement is a test that can be done to determine the amount of oxygen, carbon dioxide and bicarbonate in the blood, as well as the pH of the blood. ... In medicine, blood sugar is glucose in the blood. ... A blood type is a description an individuals characteristics of red blood cells due to substances (carbohydrates and proteins) on the cell membrane. ... Bloodletting (or blood-letting, in modern medicine referred to as phlebotomy) was a popular medical practice from antiquity up to the late 19th century, involving the withdrawal of often considerable quantities of blood from a patient in the belief that this would cure or prevent illness and disease. ... Blood poisoning, also known as septicaemia, is a bacterial infection that occurs when bacteria get into the bloodstream and multiply rapidly. ... Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by the blood on the walls of the blood vessels. ... ... In medicine, blood sugar is glucose in the blood. ... Blood tests are laboratory tests done on blood to gain an appreciation of disease states and the function of organs. ... Blood transfusion is the taking of blood or blood-based products from one individual and inserting them into the circulatory system of another. ... The blood urea nitrogen (BUN) test is a measure of the amount of nitrogen in the blood that comes from urea. ... The blood vessels are part of the circulatory system and function to transport blood throughout the body. ... Bloom syndrome is a genetic condition characterized by prenatal growth delay and a butterfly rash in the mid-face region. ... Subfamilies Calliphorinae Chrysomyiinae The Blowflies are members of the family Calliphoridae of flies (Diptera). ... Binomial name Cercopithecus mitis Wolf, 1822 The Blue Monkey or Diademed Monkey (Cercopithecus mitis) is a species of guenon native to various parts of east, central and southern Africa, including the Congo River basin. ... BMI can mean one of the following: Body Mass Index - a measurement of ideal weight range Broadcast Music Incorporated - a music-related organization Bmi British Midland - an airline based at Heathrow airport Bank Melli Iran - a public bank in Iran This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists... BMP is an abbreviation for: Basic Multilingual Plane, the 16-bit base of the Unicode character set. ... BMT disambiguation: Bachelor of medical technology degree Bone marrow transplant medical procedure Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation subway A BMT is also the name of a Subway sandwich, named after the Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation subway. ... Boating is the activity of travelling by boat. ... A body cavity is an aspect of a number of basic animal body plans (phyla) that incorporate a central body cavity, known as a coelom. ... Bodily fluids are fluids, which are generally excreted or secreted from the human body. ... A persons body image is their perception of their physical appearance. ... The body mass index (BMI) is a calculated number, used to compare and analyse the health effects of weight on human bodies of all heights. ... Thermoregulation is the ability of an organism to keep its body temperature within certain boundaries, even when temperature surrounding is very different. ... A significant fraction of the human body is water. ... ... The Bohr effect is an adaption in animals to reduce the affinity of hemoglobin for oxygen as a response to an increase in blood carbon dioxide levels and a decrease in pH. It was first described by the Danish physiologist Christian Bohr in 1904. ... Bombesin is a gastrointestinal tract neuroendocrine hormone, and it stimulates gastrin release from G cells. ... Grays illustration of a human femur, a typically recognized bone. ... There are three types of bone cells. ... A fractured bone in a living person is treated by immobilization with a plaster or fiberglass cast, and in some cases surgical nails, screws, plates and wires to supplement a cast. ... Bone marrow is the tissue comprising the center of large bones. ... Bone marrow transplantation is a medical procedure that involves stem cell transplantation. ... Subclasses Actinopterygii Sarcopterygii Osteichthyes are the bony fish, a group paraphyletic to the land vertebrates, which are sometimes included. ... A book is a collection of leaves of paper, parchment or other material, bound together along one edge within covers. ... A borane is an inorganic chemical compound of boron and hydrogen. ... Borborygmus is the rumbling noise produced by the movement of gas through the intestines. ... In psychiatry, borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a personality disorder characterised by extreme black and white thinking, mood swings, emotional reasoning, disrupted relationships and difficulty in functioning in a way society accepts as normal. ... Binomial name Bordetella bronchiseptica Bordetella bronchiseptica is a bacterium that can cause infectious bronchitis. ... Children commonly exhibit the emotion of boredom. ... Boric acid, also called boracic acid, is a chemical compound, a mild acid often used as an antiseptic, insecticide, flame retardant, and a component of other chemical compounds. ... The Borna disease virus is the causative agent of borna disease in horses and other animals. ... General Name, Symbol, Number Boron, B, 5 Series Metalloids Group, Period, Block 13 (IIIA), 2, p Density, Hardness 2460 kg/m3, 9. ... Borreliosis is a disease caused by the spirochete Borrelia Burgdorferi. ... Bosnia and Herzegovina (also variously written Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Bosnia-Hercegovina) is a mountainous country in the western Balkans. ... Botulin toxin or botox is the toxic compound produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. ... Botulin toxin or botox is the toxic compound produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. ... Botulin toxin or botox is the toxic compound produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. ... Botulism (from Latin botulus, sausage) is a rare but serious paralytic illness caused by a nerve toxin, botulin, that is produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. ... Subfamilies Bovinae Cephalophinae Hippotraginae Antilopinae Caprinae A bovid is any of almost 140 species of cloven-hoofed mammals belonging to the family Bovidae. ... Tribes Bovini Boselaphini Strepsicerotini The biological subfamily Bovinae includes a diverse group of about 24 medium-sized to large ungulates, including domestic cattle, bison, the Water Buffalo, the Yak, and the four-horned and spiral-horned antelopes. ... Defecation or feceation (known colloquially as pooping or shitting) is the act of eliminating solid or semisolid waste material from the digestive tract. ... In psychiatry, borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a personality disorder characterised by extreme black and white thinking, mood swings, emotional reasoning, disrupted relationships and difficulty in functioning in a way society accepts as normal. ... Classes Lingulata Paterinata (extinct) Craniforma Chileata (extinct) Obolellata (extinct) Kutorginata (extinct) Strophomenata (extinct) Rhynchonellata Brachiopods (from Latin bracchium, arm + New Latin -poda, foot) make up one of the major animal phyla, Brachiopoda. ... Sealed source radiotherapy or brachytherapy is the application of radiation from close range and is used for techniques where the radioactive source is placed inside the area requiring treatment. ... Bradycardia, as applied in adult medicine, is defined as a heart rate of under 60 beats per minute (BPM), though it is seldom symptomatic until the rate drops below 50 bpm [1]. It is also less commonly known as brachycardia. ... In medicine (neurology), bradykinesia denotes slow movement (etymology: brady = slow, kinesia = movement). ... Bradykinin is a physiologically and pharmacologically active peptide of the kinin group of proteins, consisting of nine amino acids. ... In the anatomy of animals, the brain, or encephalon, is the supervisory center of the nervous system. ... A cerebral or brain aneurysm is a cerebrovascular disorder in which weakness in the wall of a cerebral artery or vein causes a localized dilation or ballooning of the blood vessel. ... A brain tumor is any mass created by an abnormal and uncontrolled growth of cells either found in the brain (neurons, glial cells, epithelial cells, myelin producing cells, etc. ... Brain Cell is a mail art project begun by Ryosuke Cohen in June 1985. ... Brain damage or brain injury is the destruction or degeneration of brain cells. ... Brain death is defined as a complete and irreversible cessation of brain activity. ... Edema (BE: oedema, formerly known as dropsy) is swelling of any organ or tissue due to accumulation of excess fluid. ... Brain imaging is a fairly recent discipline within medicine and neuroscience. ... Brain damage or brain injury is the destruction or degeneration of brain cells. ... The brain stem is the stalk of the brain below the cerebral hemispheres. ... Brainwashing or thought reform is the application of coercive techniques to change a persons beliefs and behavior for political purposes, as supposedly carried out by the Communist Chinese during the Korean War. ... Orders not necessarily a complete list: Anostraca Notostraca Cladocera Conchostraca Branchiopoda is a group of primarily fresh water crustaceans, mostly resembling shrimp. ... Binomial name Brassica oleracea L. See also cabbage Brassica oleracea or Wild Cabbage, is a species of Brassica native to coastal southern and western Europe, where its resistance to salt and lime but intolerance of competition from other plants typically restricts is natural occurrence to limestone sea cliffs. ... The Federative Republic of Brazil (República Federativa do Brasil in Portuguese) is the largest and most populous country in South America, and fifth largest in the world. ... Also known as 5-bromo-2-deoxyuridine, this chemical is a base analog of thymidine, with the thymine substituted by bromouracil. ... The term breast can refer to the upper ventral region of the human torso. ... Breast cancer is cancer of breast tissue. ... A breastfeeding infant Breastfeeding is the practice of a woman feeding an infant (or sometimes a toddler or a young child) with milk produced from her mammary glands, usually directly from the nipples. ... Breast implant diagram Silicone gel-filled breast implants Saline-filled breast implants A breast implant is a prosthesis used in cosmetic surgery to enhance the size and shape of ones breasts or to reconstruct the breast (for example, after a mastectomy, or during male-to-female sex reassignment surgery). ... Drunk driving (drink driving in the UK) or drinking and driving is the act of operating a motor vehicle after having consumed alcohol (i. ... For the play Breath by Samuel Beckett, see Breath (play). ... Brights Disease is a historical classification of kidney diseases that would be described in modern medicine as acute or chronic nephritis. ... Species Artemia franciscana Artemia gracilis Artemia monica Artemia parartemia Artemia parthenogenetica Artemia persimilis Artemia salina Artemia sinica Artemia tunesiana Artemia urmiana Brine shrimp (Artemia) are a primitive type of aquatic crustacean. ... The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a country in western Europe, and member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the G8, the European Union, and NATO. Usually known simply as the United Kingdom, the UK, or (inaccurately) as Great Britain or Britain, the UK has four constituent... British Isles is also an old name for the Great Britain, Great Britain Ireland The Isle of Man The Isle of Wight The Northern Isles, including Orkney, Shetland and Fair Isle The Hebrides, including the Inner Hebrides, Outer Hebrides and Small Isles Rockall The islands of the lower Firth of... Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI), commonly known as brittle bone disease, is a group of genetic bone disorders. ... Brittle stars are echinoderms, closely related to starfish. ... ... Brocas area is the section of the human brain (in the opercular and triangular sections of the inferior frontal gyrus of the frontal lobe of the cortex) which is involved in language processing, speech production and comprehension. ... Bromelain is not a single substance, but rather a collection of enzymes and other compounds. ... General Name, Symbol, Number bromine, Br, 35 Series halogens Group, Period, Block 17 (VIIA), 4, p Density, Hardness 3119 kg/m3 (300 K), NA Appearance Gas: red-brown solid: metallic luster Atomic properties Atomic weight 79. ... Bromocriptine is an ergoline derivitave dopamine agonist that is used in the treatment of amenorrhea, female Parkinsons disease, and acromegaly. ... Bronchiectasis is a condition in which the bronchi of the lungs become dilated in response to obstruction. ... The bronchioles are the first airway branches that no longer contain cartilage. ... A bronchodilator is a medication intended to improve bronchial airflow. ... In medicine, bronchoscopy is the visualization of the lower airways using a flexible or rigid endoscope. ... Difficulty in breathing caused by a sudden constriction of the muscles in the wall of the bronchi. ... A bronchus (plural bronchi, adjective bronchial) is a caliber of airways in the respiratory tract that conducts air into the lungs. ... A brother is a male sibling. ... Brown fat is a type of adipose tissue present in many newborn or hibernating mammals. ... Orders Dictyotales Desmerestiales Fucales Laminariales (kelps) etc. ... Brown fat is a type of adipose tissue present in many newborn or hibernating mammals. ... Genera Brucella Mycoplana Ochrobactrum The Brucellaceae are a family of Rhizobiales. ... Bruxism (derived from Greek βρυγμός, male noun - grinding [teeth]) is grinding of the teeth. ... Classes Musci Marchantiopsida (formerly Hepaticae) Anthocerotae The division Bryophyta comprises the nonvascular complex plants: complex plants without vascular tissue to circulate liquids around their tissues. ... Several meanings of the initialism BSA are: Bank Secrecy Act Basic Skills Agency Birmingham Small Arms Company (motorcycles etc. ... The abbreviation BSE could stand for Bovine spongiform encephalopathy, also known informally as mad cow disease. ... BSP can refer to any of the following topics: Bahujan Samaj Party (political party in India) Bulgarian Socialist Party Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Central Bank of the Philippines) Binary space partitioning (data structure) Board support package (embedded systems) Boy Scouts of the Philippines British Standard Pipethread This is a disambiguation... Bubonic plague is an infectious disease that is believed to have caused several epidemics or pandemics throughout history. ... Budesonide is a corticosteroid for the treatment of asthma, non-infectious rhinitis (including hay fever and other allergies), and for treatment and prevention of nasal polyposis. ... Buffer can have various meanings: In chemistry, the term buffer refers to a buffer solution, usually used to stabilize the acidity (pH) of a liquid. ... Species See text. ... Bufotenin, also spelled bufotenine, is also known under the names 5_hydroxy_DMT (5-OH-DMT) or dimethyl-serotonin and is a tryptamine related to the neurotransmitter serotonin. ... Building design is the design of architectural exterior/interior spaces, engineered elements and shelter design. ... Bulimia nervosa, an eating disorder more commonly known as bulimia, is a psychological condition in which the subject engages in recurrent binge eating followed by intentionally doing one or more of the following in order to compensate for the intake of the food and prevent weight gain: vomiting inappropriate use... Bulla can refer to: The English anime name of Bra, a Dragon Ball GT character. ... Binomial name Rana catesbeiana Shaw, 1802 The Bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) is an amphibian, a member of the family Ranidae of true frogs. ... Bumetanide is a loop diuretic of the sulfamyl category. ... The bundle of His is a bundle of heart tissues that transmits the electrical impulses from the AV node to the ventricles, causing cardiac muscles in the ventricles to contract. ... Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist and also an opioid antagonist. ... Bupropion (amfebutamone) is an antidepressant of the aminoketone class, chemically unrelated to tricyclics or SSRIs. ... Species Burkholderia andropogonis Burkholderia brasilensis Burkholderia caledonica Burkholderia caribensis Burkholderia caryophylli Burkholderia cepacia Burkholderia fungorum Burkholderia gladioli Burkholderia glathei Burkholderia glumae Burkholderia graminis Burkholderia hospita Burkholderia kururiensis Burkholderia mallei Burkholderia phenazinium Burkholderia phymatum Burkholderia phytofirmans Burkholderia plantarii Burkholderia sacchari Burkholderia singaporensis Burkholderia sordidicola Burkholderia terricola Burkholderia tropica Burkholderia tuberum Burkholderia... Burkitts lymphoma is a type of cancer that is associated with the Epstein-Barr virus, also the cause of mononucleosis as well as other cancers. ... The Union of Myanmar, also known as Burma, is a country in Southeast Asia. ... This page deals with the type of injury called burns; for other meanings of burn see burn (disambiguation) In medicine, a burn is a type of injury to the skin caused by heat, electricity, chemicals, or radiation (an example of the latter is sunburn). ... Genera  Otolemur  Euoticus  Galago Galagos, also known as bushbabies or bush babies, are small, nocturnal primates native to continental Africa, and make up the family Galagonidae. ... Buspirone (Ansial®; Ansiced®; Anxiron®; Axoren®; Bespar®; Buspar®; Buspimen®; Buspinol®; Buspisal®; Narol®) is an anxiolytic drug. ... Butanol is a higher alcohol with a 4 carbon atoms and a general formula of C4H10O. There are 4 different isomeric structures for butanol: butan-1-ol CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-OH butan-2-ol CH3-CH2-CH(OH)-CH3 sec-butanol CH3-CH-CH3 | CH2OH OH | tert-butanol CH3... Families Superfamily Hesperioidea: Hesperiidae Superfamily Papilionoidea: Papilionidae Pieridae Nymphalidae Lycaenidae Riodinidae A butterfly is a flying insect of the order Lepidoptera belonging to one of the superfamilies Hesperioidea (the skippers) and Papilionoidea (all other butterflies). ... BHT is the common abbreviation for butylated hydroxytoluene, a fat-soluble compound used as an antioxidant food additive, and as an antioxidant in rubber and petroleum products. ... n-Butyric acid, IUPAC name n-Butanoic acid, or normal butyric acid, is a carboxylic acid with structural formula CH3CH2CH2_COOH. It is notably found in rancid butter, parmesan cheese, or vomit and has an unpleasant odor and acrid taste, with a sweetish aftertaste (similar to ether). ...


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c abl -- C cadherin -- C elegans -- c erbA -- c erbB -- C fiber -- c fms -- c fos -- c fps -- c int2 -- c jun -- c JUN kinase -- c K ras -- c kit -- c mas -- c myb -- c myc -- c new -- C pylori -- C reactive protein -- C section -- c sis -- c src -- C1 inhibitor deficiency -- C10 -- C11 isotope -- C13 isotope -- C14 isotope -- C19 steroid -- C21 steroid -- CA virus -- [[Ca++ ion]] -- CA1 /CA2 /CA3 /CA4 brain regions -- [[Ca2+ transporting ATPase]] -- Ca42 isotope -- Ca44 isotope -- Ca45 isotope -- Ca46 isotope -- Ca47 isotope -- cabbage -- cachectin -- cachexia -- cactinomycin -- CAD (coronary artery disease) -- cadaver -- cadherin -- cadmium -- cADPR hydrolase -- Caenorhabditis elegans -- caesarian section -- Caesium -- CAEV -- caffeine -- cage molecule -- caged molecule -- caiman -- calbindin -- calcidiol -- calcifediol -- calciferol -- calcification -- calcification inhibitor -- calcification stimulant -- calcimedin -- calcineurin -- calcitonin -- calcitonin gene related peptide -- calcitriol -- calcitriol receptor -- calcium -- calcium acetylhomotaurine -- calcium antagonist -- calcium ATPase -- calcium binding protein -- calcium binding troponin C -- calcium carbonate -- calcium channel -- calcium channel blocker -- calcium disorder -- calcium flux -- calcium indicator -- calcium ion -- calcium metabolism -- calcium metabolism disorder -- calcium mobilization -- calcium phosphate -- calcium pump -- calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate crystal deposition disease -- calcium transporting ATPase -- calculi (biliary) -- calculi (dental) -- calculi dissolving agent -- caldesmon -- calelectrin -- Caliciviridae -- Calicivirus -- California encephalitis virus -- californium -- Callimico -- Callimiconinae -- Calliphoridae -- Callithricidae -- Callithrix -- Callitrichidae -- Callitrichinae -- callosititis -- Calmette Guerin bacillus -- calmodulin -- calmodulin dependent protein kinase -- calnexin -- caloric dietary content -- caloric stimulation -- calorie (nutrition) -- calorie (physics) -- calorigenesis -- calorimetry -- calpactin -- calpain -- calpastatin -- calponin -- calreticulin -- calretinin -- calsequestrin -- calvarium -- calyculin -- Calymmatobacterium granulomatis -- CAM -- Cambarus -- Cambodia -- camel -- camelpox virus -- CaMK -- cAMP -- cAMP response element binding protein -- Campanularia -- camphor -- Campral -- camptosar -- camptothecin -- Campylobacter -- Campylobacter coli -- Campylobacter fetus -- Campylobacter jejuni -- Campylobacter pylori -- Canada -- canary -- canarypox virus -- canavanase -- cancer -- cancer blood supply -- cancer care -- cancer cell -- cancer chemotherapy -- cancer classification -- cancer complication -- cancer diagnosis -- cancer education -- cancer epidemiology -- cancer genetics -- cancer immunodiagnosis -- cancer immunology -- cancer immunoradiotherapy -- cancer immunotherapy -- cancer infection complication -- cancer information system -- cancer invasiveness -- cancer location -- cancer nutrition therapy -- cancer pain -- cancer palliative care -- cancer palliative treatment -- cancer pharmacology -- cancer pharmacotherapy -- cancer photoradiation therapy -- cancer prevention -- cancer progression -- cancer radiation therapy -- cancer radiodiagnosis -- cancer radioimmunotherapy -- cancer radioisotope therapy -- cancer radionuclide diagnosis -- cancer radionuclide therapy -- cancer recurrence -- cancer referral center -- cancer registry -- cancer regression -- cancer rehabilitation -- cancer rehabilitation mental health service -- cancer relapse -- cancer remission -- cancer resource -- cancer risk -- cancer seeding -- cancer site -- cancer stage -- cancer staging -- cancer surgery -- cancer therapy -- cancer thermotherapy -- cancer transplantation -- cancer type -- cancer vaccine -- cancer vascular supply -- Candida -- Candida albicans -- candidiasis -- canid herpesvirus -- Canidae -- canine -- canine (dental) -- canine coronavirus -- canine distemper virus -- canine herpesvirus -- canine parvovirus -- canine tooth -- canker sore -- cannabinoid -- cannabinoid receptor -- cannabinol -- Cannabis -- cannulation -- Cano Delgadito virus -- CAP 100 -- CAP Z -- capacitance -- CAPD -- capillary -- capillary bed -- capillary electrophoresis -- Capillovirus -- Capnocytophaga -- capoten -- capping of mRNA -- caprid -- caprine arthritis virus -- caprine encephalitis virus -- Capripox virus -- caprylate -- CAPS deficiency -- capsaicin -- capsid -- capsule (pharmacologic) -- captan -- captopril -- capuchin -- carbachol -- carbamate -- carbamate insecticide -- carbamate kinase -- carbamazepine -- carbamidine -- carbamidoamino acid -- carbamidocarboxylate -- carbamoyl phosphate synthetase deficiency -- carbamoylaspartotranskinase -- carbamoylphosphate synthase -- carbamoyltransferase -- carbamyl phosphate synthetase deficiency -- carbanion -- carbazole -- carbene -- carbidopa -- carbohydrase -- carbohydrate -- carbohydrate analog -- carbohydrate balance -- carbohydrate binding protein -- carbohydrate biosynthesis -- carbohydrate database -- carbohydrate induced hyperlipemia -- carbohydrate metabolism -- carbohydrate receptor -- carbohydrate sequence -- carbohydrate structure -- carbohydrate transport -- carboline -- carbomycin -- carbon -- carbon carbon hydrolase -- carbon carbon ligase -- carbon carbon lyase -- carbon compound -- carbon dioxide -- carbon dioxide ammonia ligase -- carbon dioxide fixation -- carbon dioxide retention -- carbon dioxide tension -- carbon dioxide transport -- carbon fixation -- carbon ion -- carbon monoxide -- carbon monoxide poisoning -- carbon nitrogen hydrolase -- carbon nitrogen ligase -- carbon nitrogen lyase -- carbon oxgen ligase -- carbon oxygen lyase -- carbon sulfur lyase -- carbon tetrachloride -- carbon tetrachloride poisoning -- carbonate -- carbonate dehydratase -- carbonic anhydrase -- carbonic anhydrase inhibitor -- carbonium -- carbonyl compound -- carbonyl group -- carboplatin -- carbopolycyclic compound -- carborane -- carboxy lyase -- carboxyhemoglobin -- carboxyl group -- carboxylate -- carboxylation -- carboxylesterase -- carboxylic ester hydrolase -- carboxyltransferase -- carboxymethylation -- carboxymethylcellulose chromatography -- carboxypeptidase -- carcinoembryonal antigen -- carcinogen -- carcinogen testing -- carcinogenesis -- carcinogenesis (food) -- carcinogenesis inhibitor -- carcinoid syndrome -- carcinoma -- carcinosarcoma -- cardenolide -- cardiac -- cardiac arrest -- cardiac glycoside -- cardiac glycoside aglycone -- cardiac hypertrophy -- cardiac muscle -- cardiac myocyte -- cardiac output -- cardiac sphincter -- cardiogenesis -- cardiogenic shock -- cardiography -- cardiolipin -- cardiomegaly -- cardiomyocyte -- cardiomyopathy -- cardioplegia -- cardiopulmonary bypass -- cardiopulmonary disease -- cardiopulmonary resuscitation -- cardiopulmonary system -- cardiospasm -- cardiotachometry -- cardiotonic agent -- cardiotoxin -- cardiovascular agent -- cardiovascular disorder -- cardiovascular disorder chemotherapy -- cardiovascular disorder diagnosis -- cardiovascular disorder education -- cardiovascular disorder epidemiology -- cardiovascular disorder pharmacotherapy -- cardiovascular disorder prevention -- cardiovascular disorder risk -- cardiovascular disorder therapy -- cardiovascular endothelium -- cardiovascular function -- cardiovascular imaging -- cardiovascular infection -- cardiovascular injury -- cardiovascular neoplasm -- cardiovascular nursing -- cardiovascular pharmacology -- cardiovascular physiology -- cardiovascular prosthesis -- cardiovascular shunt surgery -- cardiovascular stress test -- cardiovascular surgery -- cardiovascular system -- cardiovascular transplantation -- cardiovascular visualization -- Cardiovirus -- Cardura -- care seeking -- career -- caregiver -- Caribbean -- Caribbean island -- caries microorganism -- Carlavirus -- Carmovirus -- carmustine -- carnitine -- carnitine O palmitoyltransferase -- carnitine palmitoyltransferase 1 -- Carnivora -- carnivorous behavior -- carnosine -- carotene -- carotene oxidase -- carotenoid -- carotid artery -- carotid body -- carotid sinus -- carp -- carpal tunnel syndrome -- carrageenan -- carrier (molecular) -- carrier mediated transport -- carrot mottle virus -- cartilage -- cartilage cell -- cartilage circulation -- cartilage development -- cartilage disorder -- cartilage disorder therapy -- cartilage metabolism -- cartilage neoplasm -- cartilage transplantation -- cartilaginous fishes -- carvedilol -- case control -- case control study -- case finding -- case history -- case management -- casein -- casein kinase -- caspase -- cassette mutagenesis -- Cassia yellow blotch virus -- castanospermine -- castor bean tick -- castration -- cat -- CAT (enzyme or gene) -- CAT scan -- cat's cry syndrome -- catabolism -- catalase -- catalepsy -- catalog -- catalysis -- catalyst -- catalytic antibody -- catalytic RNA -- catalytic site -- cataplexy -- cataract -- cataract surgery -- Catarrhine -- catechol -- catechol methyltransferase -- catecholamine -- catecholamine hypertension -- catecholamine inhibitor -- catecholamphetamine -- catfish -- catharanthus alkaloid -- cathartic -- cathepsin -- cathepsin A -- cathepsin B -- cathepsin B1 -- cathepsin B2 -- cathepsin B3 -- cathepsin D -- cathepsin E -- cathepsin G -- cathepsin H -- cathepsin IV -- cathepsin K -- cathepsin L -- cathepsin O -- cathepsin R -- cathepsin S -- cathepsin T -- catheterization -- cathode -- cation -- caucasian -- caucasian American -- Caudata -- caudate nucleus -- Caulimovirus -- Caulobacter -- caveola -- caveola intracellularis -- caveolin -- caveolin 1 -- Cavia -- caviid herpesvirus 1 -- CBC -- CBC (complete blood count) -- CBDCA -- CCC -- CCD camera -- CCK -- CCNU -- CCNU (cyclohexylchloroethylnitrosourea) -- CCR -- CD antigen -- CD molecule -- CD ROM -- CD1 antigen -- CD1 molecule -- CD106 -- CD11 -- CD13 -- CD14 molecule -- CD14 receptor -- CD16 molecule -- CD18 -- CD19 antigen -- CD19 molecule -- CD2 molecule -- CD21 -- CD22 molecule -- CD26 -- CD28 molecule -- CD3 molecule -- CD32 -- CD34 molecule -- CD38 molecule -- CD3AP protein -- CD4 lymphocyte -- CD4 molecule -- CD40 molecule -- CD43 molecule -- CD44 molecule -- CD45 -- CD46 -- CD5 molecule -- CD5 Plus -- CD54 -- CD54 (ICAM 1) -- CD58 -- CD58 (LFA3) -- CD6 -- CD7 -- CD8 lymphocyte -- CD8 molecule -- CD95 -- CD95 molecule -- cdc2 gene product -- cdc25 gene product -- CDC28 -- CDC42 protein -- CDK -- CDK4 -- cDNA -- CDP (cytidine diphosphate) -- CEA -- Cebidae -- Ceboidea -- Cebuella -- Cebus -- cecropin -- cecum -- ceftrixone -- Celebes ape -- celebrex -- celecoxib -- Celexa -- celiac disease -- celiac sprue -- cell -- cell adhesion -- cell adhesion molecule -- cell adhesion protein -- cell age -- cell aggregation -- cell analyzer -- cell assembly -- cell associated matrix -- cell attachment protein -- cell autolysis -- cell bank -- cell biology -- cell capsule -- cell cell interaction -- cell cloning -- cell communication molecule -- cell component -- cell component function -- cell component structure -- cell counting -- cell culture -- cell culture collection -- cell cycle -- cell cycle genetics -- cell cycle protein -- cell damage -- cell death -- cell dedifferentiation -- cell differentiation -- cell dimension -- cell division -- cell division cycle -- cell engineering -- cell envelope -- cell fixation -- cell fixing -- cell free system -- cell fusion -- cell growth -- cell growth regulation -- cell immortalization -- cell injury -- cell junction -- cell killing -- cell line -- cell mediated cytotoxicity -- cell mediated hypersensitivity -- cell mediated immune response -- cell mediated lymphocytolysis test -- cell membrane -- cell migration -- cell morphology -- cell motility -- cell nucleus -- cell osmotic pressure -- cell parasexuality -- cell population study -- cell preparation -- cell proliferation -- cell registry -- cell senescence -- cell separation -- cell separator -- cell shape -- cell size -- cell sorting -- cell stroma -- cell surface -- cell surface receptor -- cell transformation -- cell transplantation -- cell type -- cell viability -- cell volume -- cell wall -- cell wall defective microbial form -- cell water -- cellobiase -- cellular engineering -- cellular immunity -- cellular longevity -- cellular oncology -- cellular pathology -- cellular plasminogen activator -- cellular polarity -- cellular polyp -- cellular respiration -- cellular retinoic acid binding protein -- cellular sensitization -- cellular slime mold -- cellulose -- cementum -- [[centenarian human (100+)]] -- centipede -- Central America -- Central American -- central gray matter -- central nervous system -- central nervous system depressant -- central nervous system disorder -- central nervous system neoplasm -- central nervous system processing -- central nervous system stimulant -- central pattern generator -- centrally acting drug -- centrifugation -- centriole -- centromere -- centrosome -- centrum ovale -- cephalalgia -- cephalexin -- cephalgia -- cephalochordate -- cephalodynia -- Cephalomannine -- cephalometry -- Cephalopoda -- cephalosporin -- cephalosporinase -- cephalotaxine -- cephalothin -- ceramic -- ceramide -- ceramide tetrahexoside -- ceramide trihexoside -- ceramide trihexosidosis -- Cercocebus -- Cercopithecid herpesvirus 1 -- Cercopithecidae -- cercopithecine herpesvirus 1 -- Cercopithecine herpesvirus 2 -- Cercopithicus -- cerea flexibilitas -- cerebellar amydgdala -- cerebellar ataxia -- cerebellar circulation -- cerebellar cortex -- cerebellar disorder -- cerebellar dyskinesia -- cerebellar nuclei -- cerebellar Purkinje cell -- cerebellar tonsilla -- cerebellectomy -- cerebellum -- cerebral aneurysm -- cerebral artery -- cerebral atrophy diffuse -- cerebral blood flow -- cerebral circulation -- cerebral cortex -- cerebral death -- cerebral degeneration -- cerebral dominance -- cerebral hemorrhage -- cerebral hypoxia -- cerebral ischemia -- cerebral lateralization -- cerebral lipoidosis -- cerebral palsy -- cerebral sclerosis -- cerebral spastic infantile paralysis -- cerebral thrombosis -- cerebral vascular accident -- cerebral ventricle -- cerebral ventricle neoplasm -- cerebroangiography -- cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia -- cerebrohepatorenal syndrome -- cerebrooculorenal syndrome -- cerebroside -- cerebroside sulfate -- cerebrospinal fluid -- cerebrospinal fluid flow -- cerebrospinal fluid pressure -- cerebrospinal fluid shunt -- cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis -- cerebrovascular accident -- cerebrovascular disorder -- cerebrovascular disorder diagnosis -- cerebrovascular imaging -- cerebrovascular occlusion -- cerebrovascular surgery -- cerebrovascular system -- cerebrovascular visualization -- cerebrum -- ceredase -- cerium -- ceroid -- ceruloplasmin -- cerumen -- cervical cancer -- cervical neoplasm -- cervical smear -- cervical vertebrae -- cervid -- cervix -- cervix cancer -- cervix disorder -- cervix neoplasm -- cesarean section -- Cestoda -- cestode antigen -- Cetacea -- cevadine -- cevine -- CFS -- CFTR -- CFTR (cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator) -- CGH -- CGHP -- cGMP -- cGMP dependent protein kinase -- cGMP kinase -- CGRP -- Chagas' disease -- chalastodermia -- chalazodermia -- chalone -- chancroid -- Chandipura virus -- Changuinola virus -- channel catfish virus -- chaperonin -- charcoal -- Charcot Marie Tooth disease -- Charcot Marie Tooth muscular atrophy -- Charcot's syndrome -- charge coupled device camera -- charge transfer complex -- Charleville virus -- ChAT -- CHD (coronary heart disease) -- checkup -- Chediak Higashi anomaly -- Chediak Higashi syndrome -- cheek -- cheek pouch technique -- Cheirogaleidae -- chelating agent -- chelation -- chelation therapy -- Chelonia -- chemical -- chemical addition -- chemical aggregate -- chemical allergen -- chemical association -- chemical binding -- chemical bond -- chemical bond resonance -- chemical burn -- chemical carcinogen -- chemical carcinogenesis -- chemical chain length -- chemical cleavage -- chemical condensation -- chemical conjugate -- chemical dehydration -- chemical depression -- chemical dissociation -- chemical elimination -- chemical fingerprinting -- chemical function -- chemical genetics -- chemical group -- chemical hydration -- chemical hypersensitivity -- chemical informatics -- chemical information system -- chemical kinetics -- chemical library -- chemical model -- chemical property -- chemical reaction -- chemical registry -- chemical related cancer -- chemical related neoplasm -- chemical resource -- chemical stability -- chemical standard -- chemical standardization -- chemical stimulation -- chemical structure -- chemical structure function -- chemical substitution -- chemical synthesis -- chemical transfer reaction -- chemical warfare -- cheminformatics -- chemistry -- chemoattractant -- chemoattractant cytokine -- chemokine -- chemokine receptor -- chemopotentiating agent -- chemoprevention -- chemoreceptor -- chemosensitizer -- chemosensitizing agent -- chemotactic cytokine -- chemotactic factor -- chemotaxis -- chemotherapy -- chenodeoxycholate -- Chenopodiaceae -- chest -- chest injury -- chest radiography -- chest X ray -- chewing -- chewing tobacco -- CHF -- chick embryo -- chicken -- chickenpox -- chickenpox virus -- chigger -- chikungunya -- Chikungunya virus -- child (0-11) -- child abuse -- child adoption -- child behavior -- child behavior disorder -- child care -- child care personnel -- child development disorders -- child developmental psychology -- child foster adoption -- child foster care -- child health care personnel -- child health care service -- child mental development -- child mental disorder -- child mental health service -- child mortality -- child nutrition -- child physical development -- child psychology -- child rearing -- child sexual abuse -- child welfare -- child with disability -- childbed fever -- childbirth -- childhood schizophrenia -- childrearing -- children -- Chile -- Chilopoda -- chimera -- chimeric antibody -- chimeric gene -- chimeric protein -- chimpanzee -- chimpanzee herpesvirus -- China -- chinchilla -- Chinese -- Chinese American -- Chinese bean -- Chinese hamster ovary cell -- ChIP -- ChIP (chromatin immunoprecipitation) -- CHIP assay -- CHIP28 -- chipmunk -- chiral molecule -- Chironomidae -- Chironomus -- chiropractic -- chiropractor -- Chiroptera -- chitin -- Chlamydia -- chlamydia infection -- Chlamydia pneumoniae -- Chlamydia psittaci -- Chlamydia trachomatis -- Chlamydiaceae -- chlamydiaceae infection -- chlamydial disease -- Chlamydobacteriales -- Chlamydomonas -- Chlamydophila pneumoniae -- Chlamydophila psittaci -- chloral hydrate -- chlorambucil -- chloramphenicol -- chloramphenicol acetyltransferase -- chloramphenicol o-acetyltransferase -- chloranemia -- chlordane -- chlordiazepoxide -- Chlorella minutissima -- chlorhexidine -- chloride channel -- chloride ion -- chlorin -- chlorination -- chlorine -- chlorobenzene -- chlorodeoxyadenosine -- chloroethylnitrosourea -- chloroform -- chlorohydrocarbon -- chlorohydrocarbon insecticide -- chlorophenoxyacetate -- Chlorophycota -- chlorophyll -- Chlorophyta -- chloroplast -- chloroplast ATPase -- chloroprocaine -- chloroquine -- chlorosis -- chlorothiazide -- chlorozotocin -- chlorphenamine -- chlorpheniramine -- chlorpromazine -- chlorpropamide -- chlortetracycline -- chlorthalidone -- chlorzoxazone -- CHO cell -- Choanichthyes -- choice -- cholagogue -- cholanate compound -- cholangiography -- cholangiole -- cholangitis -- cholate -- choleate -- cholecalciferol -- cholecalciferol receptor -- cholecystectomy -- cholecystitis -- cholecystokinin -- cholecystolithiasis -- choledocholithiasis -- cholelith -- cholelithiasis -- cholera -- cholera toxin -- cholera vaccine -- choleragen -- choleretic -- cholestane compound -- cholestanol -- cholestasis -- cholesteatoma -- cholesterol -- cholesterol 7alpha hydroxylase -- cholesterol analog -- cholesterol biosynthesis -- cholesterol ester -- cholesterol ester storage disease -- cholesterol esterase -- cholesterol inhibitor -- cholesterol oxide -- cholesteryl ester synthase -- cholestyramine -- choline -- choline acetylase -- choline acetyltransferase -- choline analog -- choline deficiency -- choline esterase I -- choline esterase II -- choline inhibitor -- choline phosphatase -- cholinergic -- cholinergic agent -- cholinergic blocking agent -- cholinergic nerve differentiation factor -- cholinergic neuronal differentiation factor -- cholinergic receptor -- cholinesterase -- cholinesterase inhibitor -- Chondrichthyes -- chondroblastoma -- chondrocalcinosis -- chondrocalcinosis articularis -- chondrocyte -- chondrodystrophia fetalis calcificans -- chondrodystrophy -- chondrogenesis -- chondroitin -- chondroitin ABC lyase -- chondroitin AC lyase -- chondroitin sulfate -- chondroitin sulfate B -- chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan -- chondroitinase -- chondroosteodystrophy -- chorda tympani -- Chordata -- chordate locomotion -- chordocarcinoma -- chordoepithelioma -- chordoma -- Chordopoxvirinae -- chorea -- chorea minor -- choreoathetosis -- chorioallantoic membrane -- chorioblastoma -- choriocarcinoma -- chorioepithelioma -- chorion -- chorionic gonadotropin -- chorionic growth hormone -- chorionic villus sampling -- chorioretinitis -- choroid disorder -- choroid plexus -- choroid uvea -- choroidal circulation -- choroideremia -- choroiditis -- Christmas disease -- Christmas factor -- chromaffin cell -- chromaffin system -- chromaffinoma -- chromatin -- chromatin immunoprecipitation -- chromatin protein -- Chromatium -- chromatography -- chromatophore -- chromium -- chromium release assay -- chromoblastomycosis -- chromogenic bacteria -- chromogranin -- chromomycin -- chromophore -- chromosomal synapse -- chromosomal synapsis -- chromosome -- chromosome 21 -- chromosome aberration -- chromosome complement -- chromosome deletion -- chromosome disorder -- chromosome inversion -- chromosome loss -- chromosome mapping -- chromosome marker -- chromosome microdissection -- chromosome movement -- chromosome mutation -- chromosome number abnormality -- chromosome replication -- chromosome segregation -- chromosome translocation -- chromosome walking -- chronic brain damage -- chronic bronchitis -- chronic care -- chronic chorea -- chronic disease -- chronic disorder -- chronic drug maintenance -- chronic fatigue syndrome -- chronic granulocytic leukemia -- chronic granulomatous disease -- chronic leukemia -- chronic lymphatic leukemia -- chronic lymphocytic leukemia -- chronic lymphogenous leukemia -- chronic lymphoid leukemia -- chronic myelocytic leukemia -- chronic myelogenous leukemia -- chronic myeloid leukemia -- chronic obliterative cholangitis -- chronic obstructive lung disease -- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -- chronic pain -- chronic renal failure -- chronic renal insufficiency -- chronic spontaneous abortion -- chronic wasting disease of elk and deer -- chronobiology -- chronopsychophysiology -- chronotherapy -- chronotropic -- chrysene -- chub reovirus -- chum salmon virus -- chyle -- chylomicron -- chyloperitoneum -- chymase -- chymosin -- chymotrypsin -- chymotrypsin inhibitor -- chymotrypsinogen -- Chysophyta -- Chytridromycetes -- CI991 -- cidofovir -- cigarette -- cigarette smoking -- ciguatera fish poisoning -- ciguatoxin -- ciliary epithelium -- ciliary ganglion -- ciliary neurotrophic factor -- Ciliophora -- cilium -- cilium motility -- cimetidine -- cineangiocardiography -- cineangiography -- cinefluorography -- cinematography -- cinemicrography -- cineradiography -- cingulate cortex -- cingulate gyrus -- cingulotomy -- cinnamate -- Ciprinol -- Cipro -- ciprofloxacin -- circadian rhythm -- circular dichroism -- circular DNA -- circular magnetic dichroism -- circulating cancer cell -- circulating neoplastic cell -- circulatory assist -- circulatory shock -- circumcision -- circumsporozoite protein -- Cirripedia -- cis acting element -- cis diamminedichloroplatinum -- cis dichlorodiammineplatinum -- cis platinum compound -- cis trans isomerization -- cisapride -- cisplatin -- cistron -- citalopram -- Citellus -- citrase -- citrate -- citrate (pro3s) lyase -- citrate (re) synthase -- citrate (si) synthase -- citrate pro3s lyase -- citrate re synthase -- citrate si synthase -- citrate synthase -- citric acid cycle -- citrovorum -- citrulline -- citrulline phosphorylase -- citrullinemia -- citrullinuria -- citrus stubborn disease agent -- city -- city planning -- civil rights -- CJD (Creutzfeldt Jakob disease) -- Cl- ion -- Cladosporium -- Claisen rearrangement -- clam -- clam shrimp -- clarithromycin -- clasmotocytic lymphoma -- class II associated invariant chain -- classical complement pathway -- classical conditioning -- classification -- clastogen -- clastogenesis -- clathrate -- clathrin -- claudication -- Claviceps -- claw -- clawed frog -- clay -- clearance rate -- clearing factor lipase -- cleft lip -- cleft palate -- cleft palate prosthesis -- climate -- clindamycin -- clinical anxiety -- clinical biomedical equipment -- clinical chemistry -- clinical depression -- clinical research -- clinical trial -- clinical trial phase I -- clinical trial phase II -- clinical trial phase II /III /IV -- clinical trial phase III -- clinical trial phase IV -- clinical trials in animals -- CLL -- CLN -- clofibrate -- clomiphene -- clomipramine -- clonal anergy -- clonal deletion -- clonazepam -- clone cell -- clonidine -- cloning vector -- clopidogrel -- clorazolam -- Closterovirus -- clostridial infection -- clostridial tetanus -- clostridiopeptidase A -- Clostridium -- Clostridium botulinum -- Clostridium difficile -- Clostridium perfringens -- Clostridium perfringens epsilon toxin -- Clostridium tetani -- Clostridium welchii -- clot retraction -- 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cornea disorder -- cornea edema -- cornea opacity -- cornea ulcer -- corneal ablation -- corneal dystrophy -- corneal endothelium -- corneal epithelium -- corneal sculpting -- corneal stroma -- corneal surgery -- corneal topography -- Cornelia de Lange syndrome -- cornification -- cornu ammonis -- coronary -- coronary angioplasty -- coronary artery -- coronary artery disease -- coronary bypass -- coronary disorder -- coronary fibrosis -- coronary heart disease -- coronary intensive care -- coronary occlusion -- coronary sinus -- coronary thrombosis -- coronary vasodilator -- coronary vein -- coronary vessel -- Coronaviridae -- Coronavirus -- coronin -- corpora quadrigemina -- corpus allatum -- corpus callosum -- corpus cardiacum -- corpus luteum -- corpus striatum -- corpus striatum spinal degeneration -- correctional -- correctional institution -- correctional system -- corrinoid -- Corriparta virus -- corrosion -- cortactin -- corticofugal fiber -- corticofugal system -- 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courtship -- covalent bond -- covert modeling therapy -- cow -- Cowdria -- cowpea chlorotic mottle virus -- cowpea mosaic virus -- cowpea virus -- cowpox -- cowpox virus -- COX -- coxa plana -- Coxiella burnetii -- coxsackie virus -- Coxsackievirus -- CPAP -- CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) -- CpG dinucleotide -- CpG island -- CPR -- CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) -- CPS I -- CPT 1 -- CPV (cytoplasmic polyhedrosis virus) -- CR2 -- CR3 -- Cr51 isotope -- crab -- crab eating macaque -- CRABP -- CRABP (cellular retinoic acid binding protein) -- crack cocaine -- cranial nerve -- cranial nerve I -- cranial nerve II -- cranial nerve III -- cranial nerve V -- cranial nerve VII -- cranial nerve VIII -- cranial nerve X -- cranial nerve XII -- craniofacial -- craniofacial dysostosis -- craniosynostosis -- cranium -- craver -- craving -- crawdad -- crawfish -- crayfish -- CRBP I -- CRBP II -- creatine -- creatine kinase -- creatine phosphate -- creatinine -- creativity -- CREB -- creeping eruption -- Crenarchaeota -- Creon -- CreonR20 -- cresolase -- CREST syndrome -- cretinism -- cretinoid idiocy -- Creutzfeldt Jakob disease -- CRF -- CRH (corticotropin releasing hormone) -- cri du chat syndrome -- crib death -- Cricetus -- cricket -- cricket paralysis virus -- cricoarytenoideus -- cricothyroideus -- Crigler Najjar syndrome -- crime victim -- Crimean Congo hemorrhagic fever virus -- Crimean hemorrhagic fever virus -- criminal behavior -- criminology -- crinan alkaloid -- crinine -- crista ampulla -- cristae -- Crithidia -- critical care -- critical care nursing -- crixivan -- cRNA -- crocodile -- Crocodilia -- Crocodylus -- Crohn's disease -- cromoglycic acid -- cromolyn -- cross circulation -- cross dresser -- cross dressing -- cross immunity -- cross modal transfer -- cross reactivity -- crossed eyes -- crossing over inducer -- crosslink -- croton oil -- croup associated virus -- Crouzon's disease -- crowding -- crown (dental) -- crown gall -- CRP (cysteine rich protein) -- Cruciferacae -- cruciferous vegetable -- Crush syndrome -- Crustacea -- crutch -- cruzain -- crying -- crying cat syndrome -- cryobiology -- cryoelectron microscopy -- cryoEM -- cryofixation -- cryogenics -- cryoglobulin -- cryopreservation -- cryoprotective agent -- cryoscience -- cryoscopy -- cryostat -- cryosurgery -- cryotherapy -- Crypotovirus -- crypt cell -- cryptdin -- cryptococcosis -- Cryptococcus -- Cryptococcus neoformans -- cryptomycosis -- cryptorchidism -- cryptosporidiosis -- Cryptosporidium -- crypts of Lieberkuhn -- crystal healing -- crystallin -- crystalline lens -- crystallization -- cs protein -- [[Cs+ ion]] -- CSF -- CSF (cytostatic factor) -- CT scan -- CTGF -- CTL -- CTL assay -- CTLA 4 -- CTP (cytidine triphosphate) -- Cubozoa -- Cucumovirus -- cue -- Culex -- Culicidae -- culture -- culture media -- culture plates -- cumulative trauma disorder -- cuneate nucleus -- cuprein -- Curanderismo -- curare -- curiosity -- curriculum -- Cushing's basophilism -- Cushing's syndrome -- cusp (dental) -- cuspid -- cutaneous drug administration -- cutaneous papilloma -- cutaneous sense -- cutaneous sensory nerve -- cutaneous T cell lymphoma -- cutaneous tag -- cutis elastica -- cutis hyperelastica -- cutis laxa -- cuttlefish -- CVA (cerebral vascular accident) -- CVS -- CXCR -- CY 208 243 -- cyanamide -- cyanate -- cyanein -- cyanide -- cyanine -- cyanobacteria -- Cyanobacterium -- cyanocobalamin -- cyanogen bromide -- cyanogenic glycoside -- Cyanophyta -- cyanosis -- cybernetics -- Cycad -- cycasin -- cyclazocine -- cyclic acid -- cyclic alcohol -- cyclic amine -- cyclic aminoacid -- cyclic AMP -- cyclic AMP dependent protein kinase -- cyclic AMP receptor -- cyclic compound -- cyclic GMP -- cyclic ketone -- cyclic nucleoside monophosphate -- cyclic peptide -- cyclin -- cyclin dependent kinase -- cyclization -- cycloaddition -- cycloalkene -- cyclodextrin -- cyclodialysis -- cycloheptane -- cyclohexadiene -- cyclohexadienone -- cyclohexane -- cyclohexane carboxylate -- cyclohexanone -- cyclohexene carboxylate -- cycloheximide -- cyclohexylamine -- cyclohexylchloroethylnitrosourea -- cycloid personality -- cyclooxygenase -- cyclopentane -- cyclophilin -- cyclophosphamide -- cycloplegic -- cyclopropane -- cyclopropene -- cyclosarin -- cyclosis -- Cyclospora -- cyclosporin A -- cyclosporine -- Cyclostomata -- cyclothymia -- cyclothymic personality -- cyclotron -- cynomolgus monkey -- Cypovirus -- Cypridina luciferin 2 monooxygenase -- Cyprinus -- cyproheptadine -- cyproterone -- cystathionase deficiency -- cystathionine -- cystathionine beta synthase -- cystathionine gamma lyase -- cystathionine synthase deficiency -- cystathioninuria -- cystatin -- cysteamine -- cystectomy -- cystein protease -- cystein proteinase -- cysteine -- cysteine endopeptidase -- cysteine rich protein -- cystic duct -- cystic fibrosis -- cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator -- cystic kidney -- cystic mole -- cystine -- cystine storage disease -- cystinosis -- cystinuria -- cystisine -- cystocele -- cystolith -- cystoscopy -- Cystoviridae -- cytidine -- cytidine diphosphate -- cytidine monophosphate -- cytidine triphosphate -- cytidylate -- cytidylate kinase -- cytochalasin -- cytochemistry -- cytochrome -- cytochrome a -- cytochrome a3 -- cytochrome aa3 -- cytochrome b -- cytochrome b2 -- cytochrome b5 reductase -- cytochrome c -- cytochrome c oxidase -- cytochrome c peroxidase -- cytochrome c reductase -- cytochrome c6 -- cytochrome cd -- cytochrome f -- cytochrome oxidase -- cytochrome P450 -- cytocuprein -- cytodiagnosis -- cytogenetics -- cytokeratin -- cytokine -- cytokine receptor -- cytokine therapy -- cytokinesis -- cytokinin -- cytology -- cytolysin -- cytolysis -- cytomatrix -- cytomegalovirus -- cytomegalovirus group -- cytomegalovirus infection -- cytomegalovirus retinitis -- cytopenia -- cytoplasm -- cytoplasmic polyhedrosis virus -- cytoplasmic receptor -- cytoprotection -- cytosine -- cytosine analog -- cytosine arabinoside -- cytosine deaminase -- cytosine nucleoside -- cytosine nucleotide -- cytoskeletal protein -- cytoskeleton -- cytosol -- cytosolic receptor -- cytospectrophotometry -- cytostatic factor -- cytotoxic lymphocyte reaction -- cytotoxic T lymphocyte -- cytotoxicity -- cytotoxicity test -- Cytoxan -- Binomial name Caenorhabditis elegans Wild-type C. elegans hermaphrodite stained to highlight the nuclei of all cells Caenorhabditis elegans () is a free-living nematode (a roundworm), about 1 mm in length, which lives in a temperate soil environment. ... C-reactive protein (CRP) is a plasma protein, an acute phase protein produced by the liver. ... A caesarean section (cesarean section AE), is a surgical incision through a mothers abdomen (laparotomy) and uterus (hysterotomy) to deliver one or more fetuses. ... Cultivar Group Brassica oleracea Capitata Group The cabbage ( Brassica oleracea Capitata Group) is an edible plant of the Family Brassicaceae (or Cruciferae). ... Cachexia is loss of weight, muscle wasting, fatigue, weakness and decrease of appetite in someone who is not actively trying to lose weight. ... Cadaver is a euphemism for a corpse or body. ... Cadherins are a class of proteins which are expressed on the surface of cells. ... General Name, Symbol, Number Cadmium, Cd, 48 Chemical series Transition metals Group, Period, Block 12, 5, d Density, Hardness 8650 kg/m3, 2 Appearance Silvery gray metallic Atomic properties Atomic weight 112. ... Binomial name Caenorhabditis elegans Caenorhabditis elegans () is a free_living nematode (a roundworm), about 1 mm in length, which lives in a temperate soil environment. ... A caesarean section (cesarean section AE), is a surgical incision through a mothers abdomen (laparotomy) and uterus (hysterotomy) to deliver one or more fetuses. ... General Name, Symbol, Number Caesium, Cs, 55 Series Alkali metals Group, Period, Block 1(IA), 6, s Density, Hardness 1879 kg/m3, 0. ... Caffeine molecular structure Caffeine, also known as coffeine, theine, mateine, guaranine, and methyltheobromine, is an alkaloid found naturally in such foods as coffee beans, tea, kola nuts, Yerba maté, guarana, and (in small amounts) cacao beans. ... Genera Alligator Caiman Melanosuchus Paleosuchus Alligators and caimans are reptiles closely related to the crocodiles and forming the family Alligatoridae (sometimes regarded instead as the subfamily Alligatorinae). ... Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that contributes to the maintenance of normal levels of calcium and phosphorus in the bloodstream. ... Calcineurin (CN) is a protein phosphatase also known as protein phosphatase 2B (PP2B). ... Calcitonin is a hormone which participates in calcium and phosphorus metabolism. ... See also Calcium, New York, United States. ... Calcium carbonate is a chemical compound, with chemical formula CaCO3. ... Calcium channel blockers are a class of drugs with effects on the muscle of the heart and the muscles of the rest of the body. ... Calcium metabolism or calcium homeostasis is the mechanism by which the body maintains adequate calcium levels. ... Calcium phosphate Ca3(PO4)2 is found in nature as a rock in Morocco, Israel, Egypt, Kola (Russia) and in smaller quantities in some other countries. ... Known properties Name, Symbol, Number Californium, Cf, 98 Chemical series Actinides Period, Block 7, f Appearance unknown; probably metallic, silvery white or gray Atomic weight [251] amu Electron configuration [Rn]5f107s2 e-s per energy level 2,8,18,32,28,8,2 State of matter solid Most stable isotopes... Binomial name Callimico goeldii Thomas, 1904 Goeldis Marmoset or Goeldis Monkey (Callimico goeldii) is a small, South American New World monkey that lives in the upper Amazon Basin region of Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. ... Subfamilies Calliphorinae Chrysomyiinae The Blowflies are members of the family Calliphoridae of flies (Diptera). ... Species 18 species, see text The Marmosets are the genus Callithrix of New World monkeys. ... Genera Callithrix Leontopithecus Saguinus Callimico The Hapalinae are a subfamily within the family Cebidae, one of the four families of New World monkeys. ... Genera Callithrix Leontopithecus Saguinus Callimico The Hapalinae are a subfamily within the family Cebidae, one of the four families of New World monkeys. ... Calmodulin 3D structure Calmodulin (CaM) is a Ca2+-binding protein that is a key component of the Ca2+ second_messenger system and is involved in controlling many of the biochemical processes of cells. ... Calorimetry is the science of measuring the heat of chemical reactions or physical changes. ... Calreticulin is a protein that binds Ca2+ ions (a second messenger molecule in signal transduction), rendering it inactive. ... Granuloma inguinale or Donovanosis is a bacterial disease caused by the organism Calymmatobacterium granulomatis. ... Epirus (Greek Ήπειρος, Albanian ria), a province in northwestern Greece (a Greek periphery) bounded by West Macedonia and Thessaly to the east, by the Ambracian Gulf and the province of West Greece to the south, the Ionian Sea and the Ionian Islands to the west and Albania to the north. ... Cambarus is a genus of American crayfish. ... National motto: Nation, Religion, King National anthem: Nokoreach Capital Phnom Penh Largest city Phnom Penh Official languages Khmer Government King Prime Minister Democratic const. ... For other uses, see Camel (disambiguation). ... The term camp—normally used as an adjective, even though earliest recorded uses employed it mainly as a verb—refers to the deliberate and sophisticated use of kitsch, mawkish or corny themes and styles in art, clothing or conversation. ... CREB (top) is a transcription factor capable of binding DNA (bottom) and regulating gene expression. ... Camphor, also known as 1,7,7-trimethyl-bicyclo(2,2,1)heptan-2-one, d-camphor, d-(+)-camphor, (+)-2-bornanone, d-2-bornanone, 1,7,7-Trimethylnorcamphor, 2-Camphanone, 2-camphonone, Bornan-2-one, or Caladryl has the chemical formula C10H16O. Camphor is a white transparent waxy crystalline solid... Species see text Campylobacter is a genus of Gram_negative bacteria. ... Binomial name Campylobacter jejuni Campylobacter jejuni is a species of curved, rod-shaped bacterium commonly found in animal faeces. ... Canada is a sovereign state in northern North America, the northern-most country in the world, and the second largest in total area. ... Binomial name Serinus canaria (Linnaeus, 1758) The Canary (Serinus canaria) is a small songbird which is a member of the finch family. ... When normal cells are damaged or old they undergo apoptosis; cancer cells, however, avoid apoptosis. ... For other uses, see Cancer (disambiguation). ... The term cancer vaccine is often used to describe a process whereby a person can be conferred immunity or protection from cancers, similar to how people are currently vaccinated against diseases such as polio, influenza, and tuberculosis. ... Candida is a genus of yeasts. ... Binomial name Candida albicans Candida albicans, a diploid sexual fungus (a form of yeast) is the causal agent of opportunistic infections in humans, the most common being oral and vaginal infections. ... Candidiasis, commonly called yeast infection or thrush, is a fungal infection of any of the Candida species, of which Candida albicans is probably the most common. ... Genera Alopex Atelocynus Canis Cerdocyon Chrysocyon Cuon Dusicyon Fennecus Lycalopex Lycaon Nyctereutes Otocyon Pseudalopex Speothos Urocyon Vulpes Canidae is the family of carnivorous and omnivorous mammals commonly known as canines. ... A canine may refer to: a canine tooth. ... Canine distemper is a disease affecting animals in the families Canidae, Mustelidae, Mephitidae, Procyonidae, and possibly Felidae (though not domestic cats). ... The Canine teeth are the long, pointed teeth used for grabbing hold of and tearing apart foods, also called cuspids, dogteeth or fangs. Species that feature them, such as humans and dogs, usually have four, two in the top jaw, two in the lower, on either side of the Incisors. ... A mouth ulcer or canker sore is a painful open sore inside the mouth caused by a break in the mucous membrane. ... Cannabinoids are a group of chemicals which activate the bodys cannabinoid receptors. ... The cannabinoid receptors are a class of receptors under the G_protein coupled receptor superfamily. ... Cannabinol, also known as CBN, is a non_psychoactive cannabinoid found in the hemp plant Cannabis sativa. ... Cannabis is a plant also known as Cannabis sativa, hemp, or marijuana. ... Capacitance is the ability of a capacitor to store potential difference or voltage for a given amount of stored charge. ... Capillaries are the smallest of a bodys blood vessels. ... Capillary electrophoresis (CE) can be used to separate ionic species by their charge and frictional forces. ... Captopril is an ACE inhibitor used for the treatment of hypertension and some types of chronic heart failure. ... The skeletal formula of the capsaicin molecule. ... The outer shell of a virus is called the capsid. ... Captopril is an ACE inhibitor used for the treatment of hypertension and some types of chronic heart failure. ... For other uses, see Capuchin (disambiguation). ... Clinical Info Chemistry and pharmacokinetics Carbachol is a choline ester and a positively charged quaternary ammonium compound. ... The Carbamate functional group is formed when a carbon dioxide molecule reacts with the amino terminus of a peptide chain or an amino group of an amino acid, adding a COO- group to it and releasing a proton (H+ ion). ... Carbamazepine (Biston®; Calepsin®; Carbatrol®; Epitol®; Finlepsin®; Sirtal®; Stazepine®; Tegretol®; Telesmin®; Timonil®) is an anticonvulsant and mood stabilizing drug, used primarily in the treatment of epilepsy and bipolar disorder; but also used to treat schizophrenia and Trigeminal Neuralgia. ... A carbanion is an anion in which carbon has an unshared pair of electrons and bears a negative charge usually with three substituents for a total of eight valence electrons). ... In chemistry a carbene is a short-lived and highly reactive organic molecule with a divalent carbon atom with only 6 valence electrons and the general formula: R1R2C:. The carbon atom is sp2 hybridised with a empty p-orbital extending above and below a plane containing R1 and R2 and... The subject of this article might not be notable enough for inclusion in Wikipedia. ... Carbohydrates (literally hydrates of carbon) are chemical compounds that act as the primary biological means of storing or consuming energy, other forms being fat and protein. ... The smooth endoplasmic reticulum is responsible for some carbohydrate metabolism. ... General Name, Symbol, Number Carbon, C, 6 Chemical series Nonmetals Group, Period, Block 14 (IVA), 2, p Density, Hardness 2267 kg/m3 0. ... Carbon dioxide is an atmospheric gas composed of one carbon and two oxygen atoms. ... Carbon fixation is a process found in photosynthesis in autotrophic plants. ... Carbon monoxide, chemical formula CO, is a colourless, odourless, flammable and highly toxic gas. ... Carbon monoxide, chemical formula CO, is a colourless, odourless, flammable and highly toxic gas. ... Tetrachloromethane (carbon tetrachloride)CCl4 is a synthetic chemical compound formerly widely used in fire extinguishers and refrigeration, but now largely abandoned due to its toxicity. ... Carbonate is an anion with a charge of -2 and an empirical formula of CO32-. An aqueous solution of carbon dioxide contains a minute amount of H2CO3, called carbonic acid, which dissociates to form hydrogen ions and carbonate ions. ... Carbonic anhydrase (EC 4. ... In chemistry, a carbonyl group is a functional group composed of an atom of carbon double-bonded to an atom of oxygen. ... In chemistry, a carbonyl group is a functional group composed of an atom of carbon double-bonded to an atom of oxygen. ... Carboplatin is a clinically used anticancer drug against some form of cancers. ... A carborane is a cluster composed of boron and carbon atoms. ... Carboxyhemoglobin (COHb) is a stable complex of carbon monoxide and hemoglobin that forms in red blood cells when carbon monoxide is inhaled, and hinders delivery of oxygen to the body. ... A carboxyl or carboxylic group is a functional group consisting of a carbon atom and an oxygen atom doubly bonded to each other. ... In pathology, a carcinogen is any substance or agent that promotes cancer. ... In medicine, carcinoma is any cancer that arises from epithelial cells. ... This page is about the muscular organ, the Heart. ... A cardiac arrest is the cessation of normal circulation of the blood due to failure of the ventricles of the heart to contract effectively during systole. ... Cardiac glycosides are drugs used in the treatment of congestive heart failure (CHF) or cardiac arrhythmia, by inhibiting the Na+/K+ pump. ... Cardiac muscle is a type of striated muscle found within the heart. ... Cardiac output is the volume of blood being pumped by the heart in a minute. ... Cardiogenic shock results from the inability of the heart to pump blood through the body. ... This article needs to be wikified. ... Cardiomyopathy is the deterioration of the cardiac muscle of the heart wall. ... CPR on adult Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), is emergency first aid for an unconscious person on whom breathing and pulse cannot be detected. ... The circulatory system or cardiovascular system is the organ system which circulates blood around the body of most animals. ... A career is a course of successive situations that make up some activity. ... The Caribbean or the West Indies is a group of islands in the Caribbean Sea. ... Categories: Amino acids | Biochemistry stubs ... Families Canidae Felidae Herpestidae Hyaenidae Mephitidae Mustelidae Nandiniidae Odobenidae Pinnipedia Procyonidae Ursidae Viverridae The diverse order Carnivora includes over 260 placental mammals. ... Carnosine (beta-alanyl-L-histidine) is a dipeptide of the amino acids beta-alanine and histidine. ... Carotene is a terpene, an orange photosynthetic pigment, important for photosynthesis. ... Carotenoids are organic pigments naturally occurring in plants and some other photosynthetic organisms like algae, some types of fungus and some bacteria. ... The carotid artery is a major artery of the head and neck that supplies blood to the head and neck. ... The carotid body is a small cluster of chemoreceptors, baroreceptors, and supporting cells located near the bifurcation of the carotid artery. ... The carotid sinus is a dilated area of vasculature at the bifurcation of the carotid artery. ... CARP can mean: Club Atl tico River Plate, a soccer club in Argentina the Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles the Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panel of the U.S. Library of Congress the Companion Animal Recovery Program, using implanted RFID chips to identify lost pets the Common Address Redundancy... Carpal tunnel syndrome is a disorder in which the median nerve is compressed at the wrist causing symptoms like tingling, pain, and sometimes weakness in parts of the hand. ... Carrageenan, is a family of linear sulphated polysaccharides typically obtained by alkali extraction from red seaweeds. ... Cartilage is type of dense connective tissue. ... See Casein paint for information about casein usage in artistic painting. ... Caspases are a group of cysteine proteases, enzymes that can cleave other proteins. ... Castration, gelding, neutering, orchiectomy or orchidectomy is any action, surgical or otherwise, by which a biological male loses use of the testes. ... Cat or CAT may have several different meanings: Animals Cat, the common name for the domestic cat (Felis silvestris catus). ... CAT apparatus in a hospital Computed axial tomography (CAT), computer-assisted tomography, computed tomography, CT, or body section roentgenography is the process of using digital processing to generate a three-dimensional image of the internals of an object from a large series of two-dimensional X-ray images taken around... Anabolism is the aspect of metabolism that contributes to growth. ... Catalase Catalase (human erythrocyte catalase: PDB 1DGF, EC 1. ... Catalepsy is a condition characterized most often by rigidity of the extremities and by decreased sensitivity to pain. ... There are various forms of catalog or catalogue, each organized registers of some set of objects. ... In chemistry and biology, catalysis (in Greek meaning to annul) is the acceleration of the rate of a chemical reaction by means of a substance, called a catalyst, that is itself unchanged chemically by the overall reaction. ... A catalyst (Greek: καταλύτης) is a substance that accelerates the rate of a chemical reaction, at some temperature, but without itself being transformed or consumed by the reaction (see also catalysis). ... Cataract is also used to mean a waterfall or where the flow of a river changes dramatically. ... Cataract surgery is the removal of the lens of the eye that has developed a cataract. ... Catecholamines are chemical compounds derived from the amino acid tyrosine that act as hormones or neurotransmitters. ... Families Akysidae Amblycipitidae Amphiliidae Ariidae Aspredinidae Astroblepidae Auchenipteridae Bagridae Callichthyidae Cetopsidae Chacidae Clariidae Claroteidae Cranoglanididae Diplomystidae Doradidae Hypophthalmidae Ictaluridae Loricariidae Malapteruridae Mochokidae Nematogenyidae Pangasiidae Parakysidae Pimelodidae Plotosidae Schilbeidae Scoloplacidae Siluridae Sisoridae Trichomycteridae Catfish (order Siluriformes) are a diverse group of fish. ... Catharsis is a sudden emotional breakdown or climax that constitutes overwhelming feelings of great pity, sorrow, laughter, or any extreme change in emotion that results in the renewal, restoration and revitalization for living. ... Catheter disassembled In medicine, a catheter is a tube that a health professional may insert into part of the body. ... Diagram of a copper cathode The electrode of an electrochemical cell at which reduction occurs is referred to as the cathode (from the Greek word κάθοδος = going down). In an electrolytic cell the cathode is negatively charged and in a galvanic cell the cathode is positively charged. ... ... Caucasian is originally a geographical term, meaning relative or pertaining to the Caucasus region of Eastern Europe and West Asia. ... Families Salamander is the common name applied to approximately 350 amphibian vertebrates with slender bodies, short legs, and long tails (order Caudata or Urodela). ... The caudate nucleus is a telencephalic nucleus, one of the input nuclei of the basal ganglia; involved with control of voluntary movement in the brain. ... Categories: Proteobacteria | Bacteria stubs ... Species Cavia porcellus Cavia aperea Cavia tschudii Cavia guianae Cavia anolaimae Cavia nana Cavia fulgida Cavia magna Guinea pigs (also called cavies) are rodents belonging to the family Cavidae and the genus Cavia. ... CBC redirects here, as this is the most common use of the abbreviation. ... CCC stands for: California Conservation Corps Campus Crusade for Christ Canadian computing competition Cardiff County Council Carlito Caribbean Cool Carmarthenshire County Council Cartesian closed category Catechism of the Catholic Church - an exposition of Roman Catholic Church teachings Chaos Computer Club Civilian Conservation Corps Clean Clothes Campaign Clear Channel Communications China... A charge-coupled device (CCD), is an integrated circuit containing an array of linked, or coupled, capacitors. ... Cholecystokinin (CCK, previously pancreozymin) is a peptide hormone of the gastrointestinal system responsible for stimulating the digestion of fat and protein. ... Creedence Clearwater Revival is the name of an American rock band, fronted by John Fogerty. ... The CD-ROM (an abbreviation for Compact Disc Read-Only Memory ( ROM)) is a non-volatile optical data storage medium using the same physical format as audio compact discs, readable by a computer with a CD-ROM drive. ... The CD32 in action The AmigaCD32 was the worlds first 32bit CD_ROM based game console. ... In genetics, complementary DNA (cDNA) is single-stranded DNA synthesized from a mature mRNA template. ... CEA is an abbreviation the may refer to the following: Carcinoembryonic antigen - a tumour marker for colorectal cancer. ... Genera Callithrix Leontopithecus Saguinus Callimico Cebus Saimiri The Cebidae form one of the four familes of New World monkeys now recognised. ... Species Cebus capucinus Cebus albifrons Cebus olivaceus Cebus kaapori Cebus apella Cebus libidinosus Cebus nigritus Cebus xanthosternos The capuchins are the group of New World monkeys classified as genus Cebus. ... In anatomy of the digestive system, the cecum or caecum is a pouch connected to the large intestine between the ileum and the colon. ... Celecoxib is a medicinal drug best known as a Pfizer product with the brand name Celebrex. ... Celecoxib is a medicinal drug best known as a Pfizer product with the brand name Celebrex. ... Citalopram (nitalapram, CelexaTM, CipramilTM) is a medication that acts as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor or SSRI. It is typically used as an antidepressant to treat the depression associated with mood disorders although also may be used in the treatment of body dysmorphic disorder and anxiety. ... Coeliac disease (also termed non-tropical sprue, celiac disease and gluten intolerance) is an autoimmune disease characterised by chronic inflammation of the proximal portion of the small intestine caused by exposure to certain dietary gluten proteins. ... Coeliac disease (also termed non-tropical sprue, celiac disease and gluten intolerance) is an autoimmune disease characterised by chronic inflammation of the proximal portion of the small intestine caused by exposure to certain dietary gluten proteins. ... A cell is a single unit or compartment, enclosed by a border or wall. ... Schematic of cell adhesion The study of cell adhesion is part of cell biology. ... Cell biology (cellular biology) is an academic discipline which studies the physiological properties of cells, as well as their behaviours, interactions, and environment; this is done both on a microscopic and molecular level. ... A cell capsule (or simply capsule) is an organelle in some prokaryotic cells, such as bacterial cell. ... Cell culture is the technique of growing cells in an artificial environment. ... The cell cycle is the cycle of events in a eukaryotic cell from one cell division to the next. ... Programmed cell death (PCD) is the deliberate suicide of an unwanted cell in a multicellular organism. ... Cellular differentiation is a concept from developmental biology describing the process by which cells acquire a type. The morphology of a cell may change dramatically during differentiation, but the genetic material remains the same, with few exceptions. ... Cell division is the process of a biological cell (called a mother cell) dividing into two daughter cells. ... The cell envelope is the cell membrane and cell wall plus an outer membrane, if one is present. ... The term cell growth is used in two different ways in biology. ... Drawing of a cell membrane A component of every biological cell, the cell membrane (or plasma membrane) is a thin and structured bilayer of phospholipid and protein molecules that encapsulate the cell. ... In cell biology, the nucleus (from Latin nucleus or nuculeus, kernel) is an organelle, found in the majority of eukaryotic cells, which contains most of the cells genetic material. ... The term cell growth is used in two different ways in biology. ... A cell type is a distinct morphological or functional form of cell. ... A cell wall is a more or less solid layer surrounding a cell. ... Cellular pathology is the study of the cellular basis of disease. ... Cellular respiration is, in its broadest definition, the process in which the chemical bonds of energy-rich molecules such as glucose are converted into energy usable for life processes. ... Cellulose ( C6 H10 O5)n is a long-chain polymer polysaccharide carbohydrate, of beta-glucose. ... Types of teeth Molars are used for grinding up foods Carnassials are used for slicing food. ... For the arcade game called Centipede see Centipede (video game). ... Central America is the region of North America located between the southern border of Mexico and the northwest border of Colombia, in South America. ... Central America is the region of North America located between the southern border of Mexico and the northwest border of Colombia, in South America. ... The human central nervous system consists of the brain and spinal cord. ... Centrifugation involves the use of the centrifugal force for the separation of mixtures. ... A centriole in biology is a hollow cylindrical organelle found in most animal cells, and cells of fungi and algae though not frequently in plants. ... The centromere is a region of a eukaryotic chromosome where the kinetochore is assembled. ... A centrosome, the connecting point of a centriole, an organelle, is the portion of a cell where microtubules are manufactured. ... A headache is a condition of mild to severe pain in the head; sometimes upper back or neck pain may also be interpreted as a headache. ... Categories: Stub | Cephalosporin antibiotics ... Orders Sepiida Sepiolida Spirulida Teuthida Octopoda Vampyromorphida Nautilida The Cephalopods (head-foot) are the mollusc class Cephalopoda characterized by bilateral body symmetry, a prominent head, and a modification of the mollusc foot into the form of arms or tentacles. ... The cephalosporins, are a class of ß-lactam antibiotics. ... The word ceramic is derived from Greek, and in its strictest sense refers to clay in all its forms. ... Subfamilies Cercopithecinae - 11 genera Colobinae - 9 genera The Old World monkeys or Cercopithecidae are a group of primates, falling in the superfamily Cercopithecoidea in the clade Catarrhini. ... Cerebellum (in blue) of the human brain General Features Location: It is found at the bottom rear of the head (the hindbrain), directly above the brainstem. ... A cerebral or brain aneurysm is a cerebrovascular disorder in which weakness in the wall of a cerebral artery or vein causes a localized dilation or ballooning of the blood vessel. ... Cerebral circulation refers to the blood vessels, arteries and veins, carring blood to and away from the brain, respectively. ... The cerebral cortex is a brain structure in vertebrates, including humans. ... A cerebral hemorrhage is a condition in the brain in which a blood vessel leaks. ... Cerebral palsy or CP is a group of disorders associated with developmental brain injuries that occur during fetal development, birth, or shortly after birth. ... Cerebrospinal fluid, CSF in short, is the clear fluid that occupies the subarachnoid space (the space between the skull and cortex of the brain). ... A stroke or cerebrovascular accident (CVA) occurs when the blood supply to a part of the brain is suddenly interrupted by occlusion (an ischemic stroke- approximately 90%of strokes) or by hemorrhage (a hemorrhagic stroke - approximately 10% of strokes). ... For other articles about other subjects named brain see brain (disambiguation). ... General Name, Symbol, Number Cerium, Ce, 58 Chemical series Lanthanides Group, Period, Block _ , 6, d Density, Hardness 6689 kg/m3, 2. ... Ceruloplasmin Ceruloplasmin (or caeruloplasmin), officially known as ferroxidase or iron(II):oxygen oxidoreductase, is a copper transport protein found in the blood. ... Cerumen, commonly known as earwax, is a yellowish, waxy substance secreted in the ear canal of humans and many other mammals. ... Cervical cancer is malignancy of the cervix; it is one of the more common cancers affecting women of reproductive age. ... A cervical vertebra Cervical vertebrae (Vertebrae cervicales) are the smallest of the true vertebrae, and can be readily distinguished from those of the thoracic or lumbar regions by the presence of a foramen (hole) in each transverse process. ... Genera About 15 in 4 subfamilies. ... Categories: Anatomy stubs | Reproductive system | Gynecology ... A caesarean section (cesarean section AE), is a surgical incision through a mothers abdomen (laparotomy) and uterus (hysterotomy) to deliver one or more fetuses. ... Orders Subclass Cestodaria    Amphilinidea    Gyrocotylidea Subclass Eucestoda    Aporidea    Caryophyllidea    Cyclophyllidea    Diphyllidea    Lecanicephalidea    Litobothridea    Nippotaeniidea    Proteocephalidea    Pseudophyllidea    Spathebothriidea    Tetraphyllidea    Trypanorhyncha In biology, the Cestoda is the class of tapeworms, parasitic flatworms that live as adults in the digestive tracts of vertebrates. ... Suborders Mysticeti Odontoceti (see text) The order Cetacea includes whales, dolphins and porpoises. ... CFS is an acronym for: Canadian Forces Station - see Canadian Forces Base. ... CFTR is also abbreviation for cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator. ... Cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) is a second messenger derived from GTP. Cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) is a cyclic nucleotide derived from guanosine triphosphate (GTP). ... Binomial name Trypanosoma cruzi Chagas, 1909 Chagas disease (also called American trypanosomiasis) is a mammalian disease occurring only in the Americas. ... Binomial name Haemophilus ducreyi A chancroid is an STD characterized by painful sores on the genitalia. ... Charcoal is the blackish residue consisting of impure carbon obtained by removing water and other volatile constituents of animal and vegetable substances. ... A charge transfer complex is defined over a pair of a molecular groups, where one is electron donating and the other is electron accepting, where there is a partial transfer of electronic charge from the acceptor to the donor in an excited molecular state(excited state). ... The word cheek can mean several things. ... Genera Cheirogaleus Microcebus Mirza Allocebus Phaner Cheirogaleidae is the family strepsirrhine primates that contains the various dwarf lemurs and mouse-lemurs. ... Chelation (from Greek, claw like) describes the reversible binding of an organic ligand, the chelator or chelating agent, to a metal ion, forming a metal complex, the chelate. ... Chelation (from Greek, claw like) describes the reversible binding of an organic ligand, the chelator or chelating agent, to a metal ion, forming a metal complex, the chelate. ... Chelation therapy is a process involving the use of chelating agents such as EDTA to remove heavy metals from the body. ... An order of Reptiles, called the Crown Group. Its distinctive characteristic is that part of its vertebrae, ribs, and sternum unite with its dermal plates so as to form a firm shell. ... A chemical substance is any material substance used in or obtained by a process in chemistry: A chemical compound is a substance consisting of two or more chemical elements that are chemically combined in fixed proportions. ... In chemistry, a chemical bond is the force which holds together atoms in molecules or crystals. ... A chemical burn occurs when living tissue is exposed to an extremely reactive chemical substance such as a strong acid or base. ... This article is in need of attention. ... The phrase Chemical property is context driven, but generally refers to the materials behaviour at standard conditions ( room temperature, 1 atmosphere pressure, oxygen bearing atmosphere). ... This article is in need of attention. ... Chemical structure is the arrangement of atoms within a molecule, usually linked by covalent bonds. ... In chemistry, the phrase chemical synthesis appears to have one of two meanings. ... Dressing the wounded during a gas attack by Austin O. Spare, 1918. ... Cheminformatics is the use of computer and informational techniques, applied to a range of problems in the field of chemistry. ... -1... Chemokines are a class of chemotactic cytokines, or small secreted protein signals. ... A Chemosensor, also known as chemoreceptor, is a cell or group of cells that transduce a chemical signal into an action potential. ... Chemotaxis is the phenomenon in which bacteria, other organisms, or single cells of multicellular organisms direct their movements according to certain chemicals in their environment. ... Chemotherapy (pronounced keem-o-therapy) is the use of certain drugs to treat disease, as distinct from other forms of treatment, such as surgery. ... Genera See text The family Amaranthaceae, the Amaranth family, is a taxon of dicotyledon flowering plants included among the Caryophyllales and containing about 65 genera and 900 species. ... This article is in need of attention. ... Chewing is the process by which food is torn and/or crushed by teeth. ... Species N. acuminata N. alata N. attenuata N. bigelovil N. clevelandii N. debneyi N. excelsior N. exigua N. forgetiana N. glauca N. glutinosa N. kawakamii N. knightiana N. langsdorffii N. longiflora N. obtusifolia N. otephora N. paniculata N. plumbagifolia N. quadrivalvis N. repanda N. rustica N. × sanderae N. suaveolens N... CHF is: The ISO 4217 code for the Swiss franc. ... Alternate uses: Chicken (disambiguation) Binomial name Gallus gallus ( Linnaeus, 1758) A chicken is a type of domesticated bird which is usually raised as a type of poultry. ... Chicken pox, also spelled chickenpox, is a common childhood disease caused by the varicella_zoster virus (VZV), also known as human herpes virus 3 (HHV_3), one of the eight herpesviruses known to affect humans. ... The term chigger (or jigger) can refer to either of two distinct parasitic arthropods with similar behaviors. ... Chikungunya is a rare form of viral fever caused by an alphavirus that is spread by mosquito bites from the Aedes aegypti mosquito. ... Child abuse is the physical or psychological mistreatment of a child by his or her parents (including adoptive parents), guardians, or other adults. ... Childcare is the act of caring for and supervising minor children. ... Developmental psychology is the scientific study of age related changes in behavior across the life span. ... Sexual abuse is physical or psychological abuse that involves crimes in most countries. ... Childbirth in a hospital. ... A male Caucasian toddler child A child (plural: children) is a young human. ... The Republic of Chile is a country in South America occupying a long coastal strip between the Andes mountains and the Pacific Ocean. ... For the arcade game called Centipede see Centipede (video game). ... Chimera can mean the following: In mythology In Greek Mythology, the Chimera is a monstrous creature with three heads/ fire-breathing she-monster with a lions head and a goats body and a serpents tail; daughter of Typhon In music In heavy metal music, Chimaira is a... A Chimera (or chimeric protein) is a human-engineered protein that is encoded by a nucleotide sequence made by a splicing together of two or more complete or partial genes. ... Species Pan troglodytes Pan paniscus Chimpanzees, also called chimps, are the common name for two species in the genus Pan. ... The Great Wall of China, stretching over 6,700 km, was erected beginning in the 3rd century BC to guard the north from raids by men on horses. ... Genera  Chinchilla  Lagidium  Lagostomus Chinchillas and their relatives viscachas are small, nocturnal mammals native to the Andes mountains in South America and belonging to the family Chinchillidae. ... When used as an adjective, Chinese refers to anything that originates from China, , Chinese cuisine. ... A Chinese American is an American who is of ethnic Chinese descent. ... This article is about the animal. ... The term chiropractic is used to refer to: Doctors of chiropractic medicine other known as chiropractic physicians. ... Chiropractic treatment uses manipulative therapy to correct subluxation, which has been shown to have some efficacy in treating back and neck pain, headache, and other symptoms of spinal-related conditions. ... This article is about mammals. ... In biology, chitin is one of the main components in the cell walls of fungi, the exoskeletons of insects and other arthropods, and in some other animals. ... Chlamydia is currently one of the most common USA each year. ... Binomial name Chlamydia trachomatis Busacca, 1935 Chlamydia trachomatis is a gram-negative obligate intracellular bacterium. ... Species see text Chlamydomonas is a genus of green alga. ... Chloral hydrate is a sedative and hypnotic drug, also known as trichloroacetaldehyde monohydrate, 2,2,2-trichloro-1,1-ethanediol, and the tradenames Aquachloral, Novo-Chlorhydrate, Somnos, and Noctec. ... Chloramphenicol is an antibiotic that was derived from the bacterium Streptomyces venezuelae and is now produced synthetically. ... Chlordane is a manufactured chemical that was used as a pesticide in the United States from 1948 to 1988. ... Chlordiazepoxide (Trade name: Librium) was the first benzodiazepine to be made commercially available. ... The chloride ion is formed when the element chlorine picks up one electron to form the negatively charged ion Cl−. The salts of hydrochloric acid HCl are also called chlorides. ... In organic chemistry, a chlorin is a large heterocyclic aromatic ring consisting, at the core, of 3 pyrroles and one reduced pyrrole coupled through 4 methine linkages. ... Chlorination is the process of adding the element chlorine to water to make it fit for human consumption (potable) or to water intended for swimming or bathing in order to keep it from spreading disease. ... General Name, Symbol, Number chlorine, Cl, 17 Series halogens Group, Period, Block 17 (VIIA), 3, p Density, Hardness 3. ... Chloroform (also known as trichloromethane and methyl trichloride) is a chemical compound with formula CHCl3. ... Chlorophyll Ancient Greek: chlorosCAN FUCK AND FUCK FREE FUCKING!!!!! COME TO GEYLANG FUCKING CENTRE!! = green and phyllon = leaf. ... Classes Chlorophyceae Ulvophyceae Trebouxiophyceae Prasinophyceae The Chlorophyta sensu stricto or chlorophyte algae, comprises most of what are commonly called green algae and includes most members of the grade of putatively ancestral scaly flagellates in Prasinophyceae plus members of Ulvophyceae, Trebouxiophyceae, and Chlorophyceae. ... Chloroplasts are organelles found in plant cells and eukaryotic algae which conduct photosynthesis. ... Chlorosis is a condition in which plant foliage produces insufficient chlorophyll. ... Chlorphenamine (INN) or chlorpheniramine (USAN, former BAN), commonly marketed as its salt chlorphenamine maleate (CPM), is first-generation antihistamine used in the prevention of the symptoms of allergic conditions such as rhinitis and urticaria. ... Chlorpromazine was the first antipsychotic drug, used during the 1950s and 1960s. ... Chlorpropamide is a sulphonylurea drug used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus. ... Choice - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins/monobook/IE50Fixes. ... The testing of the biliary tree (commonly called a bile duct) by radiology. ... Cholecalciferol is a form of Vitamin D. Categories: Stub | Vitamins ... Cholecystectomy (ko´lî-sî-stèk´te-mê), plural cholecystectomies, is the surgical removal of the gallbladder. ... Cholecystitis is inflammation of the gallbladder. ... Cholecystokinin (CCK, previously pancreozymin) is a peptide hormone of the gastrointestinal system responsible for stimulating the digestion of fat and protein. ... Choledocholithiasis is the presence of a gallstone in the common bile duct. ... In medicine, gallstones are crystalline bodies formed within the body by accretion or concretion of normal or abnormal bile components. ... distribution of cholera Cholera (also called Asiatic cholera) is an infectious disease of the gastrointestinal tract caused by the Vibrio cholerae bacterium. ... Cholesteatomas are benign tumors in cases where a perforation of the eardrum (tympanic membrane) does not heal without surgery, but instead grows through the hole into the middle ear and, if infection develops, results in a cyst-like tumor. ... Cholesterol is a steroid lipid, found in the cell membranes of all body tissues, and transported in the blood plasma of all animals. ... Cholestyramine (Questran®, Questran Light®) is a bile acid sequestrant, which binds bile in the gastrointestinal tract to prevent its reabsorption. ... Choline is a chemical with chemical formula (CH3)3N+CH2CH2OH. The neurotransmitter acetylcholine is converted into choline and acetic acid by the enzymes acetylcholinesterase. ... Choline acetyltransferase (EC 2. ... A synapse is cholinergic if it uses acetylcholine as its neurotransmitter. ... An acetylcholine receptor (abbreviated AChR) is an integral membrane protein that responds to the binding of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine by opening a pathway in the membrane for the diffusion of ions across the cell membrane. ... In biochemistry, cholinesterase is a term which refers to one of the two enzymes (EC 3. ... An anticholinesterase is a chemical that inhibits a cholinesterase enzyme from breaking down acetylcholine, so increasing both the level and duration of action of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. ... Orders see text The Chondrichthyes or cartilaginous fishes are jawed fish with paired fins, paired nostrils, scales, two-chambered hearts, and skeletons made of cartilage. ... Categories: Stub ... Chondrocytes are the only cells found in cartilage. ... Chondroitin is an ingredient found commonly in dietary supplements. ... Chondroitin sulfate is a glycosaminoglycan found in connective tissue. ... Typical Classes Subphylum Urochordata - Tunicates Ascidiacea Thaliacea Larvacea Subphylum Cephalochordata - Lancelets Subphylum Myxini - Hagfishes Subphylum Vertebrata - Vertebrates Petromyzontida - Lampreys Placodermi (extinct) Chondrichthyes - Cartilaginous fishes Acanthodii (extinct) Actinopterygii - Ray-finned fishes Actinistia - Coelacanths Dipnoi - Lungfishes Amphibia - Amphibians Reptilia - Reptiles Aves - Birds Mammalia - Mammals Chordates (phylum Chordata) include the vertebrates, together with... Chorea may refer to: Chorea, an ancient Greek round dance accompanied by singing. ... Choreoathetosis is a combination of chorea and athetosis. ... Choriocarcinoma is a rare cancer of the placenta, curable by chemotherapy. ... Chorion can refer to the following things: Chorion is the outer membrane of the amniotic sac. ... Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a peptide hormone produced in pregnancy, that is made by the embryo soon after conception and later by the trophoblast (part of the placenta). ... Chorionic villus sampling (CVS) is a form of prenatal diagnosis to determine genetic abnormalities in the fetus. ... In medicine Chorioretinitis is an inflammation of the choroid and retina of the eye. ... The choroid plexus is the area on the ventricles of the brain where cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is produced. ... Haemophilia B (also spelled Hemophilia B or Hæmophilia B) is a blood clotting disorder caused by a mutation of the Factor IX gene. ... Factor IX (or Christmas factor or Christmas-Eve factor) is one of the serine proteases (EC 3. ... Chromaffin cells are neuroendocrine cells found in the medulla of the adrenal gland and in other ganglia of the sympathetic nervous system. ... Chromatin is the substance of a chromosome and consists of a complex of DNA and protein in eukaryotic cells. ... Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) assay, is an experimental method used in molecular biology. ... Chromatography is a family of analytical chemistry techniques for the separation of mixtures. ... Chromatophores or pigment cells are color changing cells used most notably by Cephalopods such as squid and octopuses. ... General Name, Symbol, Number chromium, Cr, 24 Chemical series transition metals Group, Period, Block 6 (VIB), 4, d Appearance silvery metallic Atomic properties Atomic weight 51. ... Figure 1: Chromosome. ... Chromosome walking is a method in genetics for identifying and sequencing long parts of a DNA strand, e. ... Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchi of the lungs, that causes the cilia of the bronchial epithelial cells to stop functioning. ... Medicine In medicine, a persistent and lasting condition is said to be chronic (from Greek chronos). ... Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a condition of excessive fatigue, cognitive impairment and other varied symptoms. ... In medicine (genetics and pediatrics) chronic granulomatous disease (CGD) is a hereditary disease where neutrophil granulocytes are unable to destroy ingested pathogens. ... Chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or CLL, is a cancer in which too many lymphocytes (white blood cells) are produced. ... Chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or CLL, is a cancer in which too many lymphocytes (white blood cells) are produced. ... Chronic myelogenous leukemia (or CML) is a form of chronic leukemia characterised by increased production of myeloid cells in the bone marrow. ... Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is an umbrella term for a group of respiratory tract diseases that are characterised by airflow obstruction or limitation. ... Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is an umbrella term for a group of respiratory tract diseases that are characterised by airflow obstruction or limitation. ... Chronic pain is medically defined as pain that has lasted 6 months or longer. ... Chronic renal failure (CRF) is a slowly progressive loss of renal function over a period of months or years. ... Chronobiology is a field of biology that examines time-related phenomena in living organisms. ... People who suffer from Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome are generally unable to reset their circadian rhythm by moving their bedtime and rising time earlier. ... This page is a candidate to be moved to Wiktionary. ... Chyle is a milky fluid (bodily fluid) consisting of lymph and emulsified fats. ... Chylomicrons are large lipoprotein particles that are created by the absorptive cells of the small intestine. ... Rennet, also called rennin or chymosin (EC 3. ... Chymotrypsin Chymotrypsin (bovine γ chymotrypsin: PDB 1AB9, EC 3. ... Chymotrypsinogen is a precursor of the digestive enzyme chymotrypsin (zymogen). ... Cidofovir is an injectable antiviral medication for the treatment of cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis in patients with AIDS. It suppresses CMV replication by selective inhibition of viral DNA synthesis. ... A cigarette will burn to ash on one end. ... Tobacco smoking is the act of smoking tobacco products, especially cigarettes and cigars. ... Classes & Subclasses Class Karyorelictea Class Heterotrichea (e. ... cross-section of two motile cilia, showing the 9+2 structure cillia are extensions of the plasma membrane containing doublets of parallel microtubules. ... Cimetidine is a histamine H2-receptor antagonist that inhibits the production of acid in the stomach. ... Cinematography is the art and process of recording visual images for motion pictures. ... The cingulate cortex is part of the brain and situated roughly in the middle of the cortex. ... Cingulate gyrus is a gyrus in the medial part of the brain. ... Ciprofloxacin is the generic international name for the synthetic antibiotic manufactured and sold by Bayer Pharmaceutical under the brand name Cipro® (and other brand names in other markets, e. ... Ciprofloxacin is the generic international name for the synthetic antibiotic manufactured and sold by Bayer Pharmaceutical under the brand name Cipro® (and other brand names in other markets, e. ... The circadian rhythm is a name given to the internal body clock that regulates the (roughly) 24 hour cycle of biological processes in animals and plants. ... Circular dichroism, or CD, is defined as the differential absorption of left and right hand circularly polarized light. ... While the individual strands of a linear double helix represent two distinct and separable molecules, this need not be true for circular DNA. If the strands twist an odd number of times around one another in completing the DNA loop, then they are covalently joined into a single molecule. ... Circumcision is the removal of some or all of the prepuce ( foreskin). ... Orders Ascothoracica Acrothoracica Thoracica Rhizocephala A barnacle is a type of arthropod belonging to infraclass Cirripedia in the subphylum Crustacea and is hence distantly related to crabs and lobsters. ... This stylistic schematic diagram shows a gene in relation to the double helix structure of DNA and to a chromosome (right). ... Citalopram (nitalapram, CelexaTM, CipramilTM) is a medication that acts as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor or SSRI. It is typically used as an antidepressant to treat the depression associated with mood disorders although also may be used in the treatment of body dysmorphic disorder and anxiety. ... Citric acid is a weak organic acid found in citrus fruits. ... The citric acid cycle (also known as the tricarboxylic acid cycle, the TCA cycle, or the Krebs cycle) is a series of chemical reactions of central importance in all living cells that utilize oxygen as part of cellular respiration. ... The chemical compound citrulline is an amino acid whose structure is: H2N-CONH_CH2_CH2_CH2_CHNH2_COOH L_citrulline is made from L_ornithine and carbamoyl phosphate in one of the central reactions in the urea cycle. ... A city is an urban area, differentiated from a town, village, or hamlet by size, population density, importance, or legal status. ... Urban, city, or town planning, deals with design of the built environment from the municipal and metropolitan perspective. ... Civil rights or positive rights are those legal rights retained by citizens and protected by the government. ... Categories: Pages needing attention | Animal stubs ... Clarithromycin is a macrolide antibiotic used to treat pharyngitis, tonsillitis, acute maxillary sinusitis, acute bacterial exacerbation of chronic bronchitis, pneumonia (especially atypical pneumonias associated with Chlamydia pneumoniae or TWAR), skin and skin structure infections, and, in HIV and AIDS patients to prevent, and to treat, disseminated Mycobacterium avium complex or... The classical pathway of activation of the complement system is a group of blood proteins that mediate the specific antibody response. ... Classical conditioning, also called pavlovian conditioning and respondent conditioning, is a type of learning involving animals, caused by the association (or pairing) of two stimuli. ... Classification may refer to: Taxonomic classification Statistical classification Hint: Language use may refer to a taxonomic classification that is used for statistical purposes also as a statistical classification (like International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems). ... A clathrate or clathrate compound is a chemical substance consisting of a Greek klethra, meaning bars (in the sense of a lattice). ... Clathrin is a protein that is the major constituent of the coat of the coated pits and coated vesicles formed during endocytosis of materials at the surface of cells. ... A claw is a curved pointed growth found at the end of a toe or finger, or in arthropods, of the tarsus. ... For the town in the United States, see Clay, New York. ... Clearance rates are used by various criminal justice groups as a measure of crimes solved by the police. ... Cleft lip is a congenital deformity caused by a failure in facial development during pregnancy. ... Cleft palate is a condition in which the two plates of the skull that form the hard palate (roof of the mouth) are not completely joined. ... Map of the climate of the Earth The climate (ancient Greek: κλίμα) is the weather averaged over a long period of time. ... Clindamycin is a lincosamide antibiotic. ... Chemical pathology (also known as clinical biochemistry or clinical chemistry) is the area of pathology that is generally concerned with analysis of bodily fluids. ... In ordinary conversation, nearly any mood with some element of sadness may be called depressed. However, for depression to be termed clinical depression it must reach criteria which are generally accepted by clinicians; it is more than just a temporary state of sadness. ... In medicine, a clinical trial (synonyms: clinical studies, research protocols, medical research) is a research study. ... CLL is an abbreviation that can stand for: chronic lymphocytic leukemia Central Lancashire League This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... The Certificate of Loss of Nationality or CLN is an American form that formally declares that a US citizen has successfully renounced his or her US citizenship. ... Categories: Stub | Selective estrogen receptor modulators ... Chemical structure of the tricyclic antidepressant amitriptyline Tricyclic antidepressants are a class of antidepressant drugs first used in the 1950s. ... Clonazepam (marketed by Roche under the trade-name Klonopin® in the United States and Rivotril® in Canada and Europe) is a anticonvulsant sedative_hypnotic anxiolytic (anti-anxiety drug), and a member of the benzodiazepine class of drugs. ... Clonidine is a centrally acting antihypertensive (to lower high blood pressure) agent, used mainly for this purpose in the past. ... The pGEX-3x plasmid is a popular cloning vector. ... Clopidogrel, which is often prescribed under the brand name Plavix ® (clopidogrel bisulfate; produced by Bristol-Myers Squibb and Sanofi-Synthelabo), is a potent oral antiplatelet agent often used in the treatment of coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease, and cerebrovascular disease. ... Species Clostridium acetobutylicum Clostridium aerotolerans Clostridium botulinum Clostridium colicanis Clostridium difficile Clostridium formicaceticum Clostridium novyi Clostridium perfringens Clostridium tetani Clostridium is a genus of Gram positive anaerobic spore-forming bacteria. ... Binomial name Clostridium botulinum Clostridium botulinum is a spore-forming, anaerobic bacillus which produces a toxin that causes botulism. ... Binomial name Clostridium difficile Clostridium difficile is a species of genus Clostridium which are gram-positive, anaerobic spore_forming rods. ... Binomial name Clostridium perfringens Clostridium perfringens is an anaerobic, gram positive, spore-forming, rod shaped bacterium. ... Binomial name Clostridium tetani Clostridium tetani is a gram positive, spore-forming, obligate anaerobic, rod-shaped bacterium of the phylum firmicutes. ... (See also List of types of clothing) Humans often wear articles of clothing (also known as dress, garments or attire) on the body (for the alternative, see nudity). ... Coagulation is the thickening or congealing of any liquid into solid clots. ... Clozapine (trade names Clozaril®; Leponex®), approved by the FDA in 1989, was the first of the atypical antipsychotics. ... Clusterin is a disulfide-linked heterodimeric protein associated with the clearance of cellular debris and apoptosis. ... Chronic myelogenous leukemia (or CML) is a form of chronic leukemia characterised by increased production of myeloid cells in the bone marrow. ... CMV is an abbreviation and may mean this: Cytomegalovirus, a genus of Herpes viruses Cauliflower Mosaic Virus, a plant virus This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Classes Anthozoa - Corals and sea anemones Cubozoa - Sea wasps or box jellyfish Hydrozoa - Hydroids, hydra-like animals Scyphozoa - Jellyfish Cnidaria is a phylum containing some 10,000 species of relatively simple animals found exclusively in aquatic environments (most species are marine). ... CNS can refer to: in air traffic control, Communication, Navigation, Surveillance often associated with the acronym ATM (Air Traffic Management) as CNS/ATM. the central nervous system This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Carbon dioxide is an atmospheric gas composed of one carbon and two oxygen atoms. ... Categories: Biochemistry stubs | Thiols ... A flocculant is a chemical which causes the particles in a colloidal dispersal to clump together and form flocs. Flocculants are commonly used to facilitate the removal by filtration of particles of impurity from a liquid which would otherwise be too fine to be caught by a filter. ... Coal Coal is a fossil fuel extracted from the ground either by underground mining, open-pit mining or strip mining. ... Wyoming coal mine Coal mining is the mining of coal. ... Cobalamin or vitamin B12 is a chemical compound that is also known as cyanocobalamine. ... General Name, Symbol, Number cobalt, Co, 27 Chemical series transition metals Group, Period, Block 9 , 4, d Density, Hardness 8. ... Cocaine is a crystalline alkaloid that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant. ... Cocarboxylase is the diphosphoric ester of thiamin. ... Coccidia are microscopic, single-celled parasites that infect the intestine. ... Binomial name Coccidioides immitis Coccidioides immitis is a fungus that resides in the soil in certain parts of the southwestern United States, northern Mexico, and a few other areas in the Western Hemisphere. ... Coccidioidomycosis (also known as Valley fever and California valley fever) is a fungal disease caused by Coccidioides immitis. ... Cross section of the cochlea. ... Cochlear implants are hearing devices that can help people with certain kinds of hearing impairment or who are entirely deaf. ... Families Blaberidae Blattellidae Blattidae Cryptocercidae Polyphagidae Ref: ITIS 102427 2002-12-11 A cockroach is an insect of the order Blattodea (or Blattaria). ... Binomial name Cocos nucifera L. The Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera), is a member of the family Arecaceae (palm family). ... Codeine ( INN) is an opioid used for its analgesic, antitussive and antidiarrhoeal properties. ... RNA codons. ... A coenzyme (a. ... Categories: Biochemistry stubs | Thiols ... Coenzyme Q (CoQ), also known as ubiquinone or ubiquinol, is a biologically active quinone with an isoprenoid side chain, related in structure to vitamin K and vitamin E. The oxidized structure of CoQ, or Q, is given here: The various kinds of Coenzyme Q can be distinguished by the number... A cofactor is the following: In mathematics a cofactor is the minor of an element of a square matrix. ... Coffee beans and a cup of coffee Coffee as a drink, usually served hot, is prepared from the roasted seeds (beans) of the coffee plant. ... The term cognition is used in several different loosely related ways. ... Cognitive therapy or cognitive behavior therapy is a kind of psychotherapy used to treat depression, anxiety disorders, phobias, and other forms of psychological disorder. ... The term cognition is used in several different loosely related ways. ... Cognitive therapy or cognitive behavior therapy is a kind of psychotherapy used to treat depression, anxiety disorders, phobias, and other forms of psychological disorder. ... In computer programming, cohesion refers to the degree to which each part of a module is associated with each other part, in terms of functional relation. ... A cohort was a sub-division of the Roman infantry, originally of a Roman legion, consisting of 480 men, itself divided in 6 centurias commanded each by a centurion. ... Colchicine is a highly poisonous alkaloid, originally extracted from plants of the genus Colchicum (autumn crocus, meadow saffron) with the chemical formula C22H25NO6. ... The Herpes simplex virus infection (common names: herpes, cold sores) is a common, contagious, incurable, and in some cases sexually transmitted disease caused by a double-stranded DNA virus. ... For other uses, see Beetle (disambiguation). ... Colitis has been confused with Crohns disease in the past. ... Collagen is the main protein of connective tissue. ... A college ( Latin collegium) can be the name of any group of colleagues; originally it meant a group of people living together under a common set of rules (con-, together + leg-, law). As a consequence members of colleges were originally styled fellows and still are in some places. ... A colloid or colloidal dispersion, is a form of matter intermediate between a true solution and a mixture (suspension). ... Species Colobus satanas Colobus angolensis Colobus polykomos Colobus vellerosus Colobus guereza Black-and-white colobus are the Old World monkeys which bear a striking resemblance to skunks. ... The Republic of Colombia is a country in north-western South America. ... Col n is the currency of Costa Rica (ISO 4217: CRC) and El Salvador (ISO 4217: SVC): Col (currency). ... Diagram of the stomach, colon, and rectum Colorectal cancer includes cancerous growths in the colon, rectum and appendix. ... Colonoscopy is the minimally invasive endoscopic examination of the large colon and the distal part of the small bowel with a fiber optic camera on a flexible tube passed through the anus. ... Color blindness in humans is the inability to perceive differences between some or all colors that other people can distinguish. ... Color vision is a psychophysical phenomenon that exists only in our minds. ... In medicine Colorado Tick Fever is an illness caused by a virus carried by small mammals, such as ground squirrels, porcupines, and chipmunks, and by ticks. ... Colorimetry is the science that describe colors in numbers, or provides a physical color match using a variety of measurement instruments, depending on the desired information about the color or colors the customer requires. ... A colostomy is a surgical procedure that removes most or all of the colon leaving the patient with an opening on their abdominal wall called a stoma. ... Colostrum (occasionally known as beestings) is a form of milk produced by the mammary glands in late pregnancy and the first hours after giving birth. ... A colposcopy or colcoscopy is a diagnostic procedure in which a colposcope is utilized to examine an illuminated, magnified view of the cervix, vagina, and vulva. ... For other meanings of the word coma, especially in astronomy, see coma (disambiguation) In medicine, a coma is a profound state of unconsciousness, which may result from a variety of conditions including intoxication (drug, alcohol or toxins), metabolic abnormalities (hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, etc. ... Combinatorial chemistry involves the rapid synthesis and/or the computer simulation of a large number of different but structurally related molecules. ... In ecology, commensalism is an interaction between two living organisms, where one creature benefits and the other is neither harmed nor helped. ... The common cold is a mild viral infectious disease of the nose and throat, the upper respiratory system. ... The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) (in Russian: Содружество Независимых Государств (СНГ) - Sodruzhestvo Nezavisimykh Gosudarstv) is a confederation or alliance consisting of 12 of the 15 former Soviet Republics, the exceptions being the three Baltic states: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. ... A commune is a system of social and economic organization which involves the common ownership of resources and/or shared obligations. ... In medicine, infectious disease or communicable disease is disease caused by a biological agent (e. ... Communication is the process of exchanging information usually via a common system of symbols. ... A communication disorder is a disease or condition that partially or totally prevents human communication. ... See information theory for information related to electronic communications. ... Community is a set of people (or agents in a more abstract sense) with some shared element. ... In medicine and in psychiatry, comorbidity refers to: The presence of one or more disorders (or diseases) in addition to a primary disease or disorder. ... Image of a recordable compact disc (pencil included for scale) A compact disc (or CD) is an optical disc used to store digital data, originally developed for storing digital audio. ... Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) is a molecular-cytogenetic method for the analysis of regional changes in the DNA content of tumor cells. ... The word complement (with an e in the second syllable, not to be confused with a different word, compliment with an i) has a number of uses. ... In genetics, complementary DNA (cDNA) is single-stranded DNA synthesized from a mature mRNA template. ... A full blood count (FBC) or complete blood count (CBC) is a test requested by a doctor or other medical professional that gives information about the cells in a patients blood. ... Genera many, see list The aster or sunflower family (Family Asteraceae or, alternatively Family Compositae) is a taxon of dicotyledonous flowering plants. ... Compound eye of a dragonfly A compound eye is a visual organ found in certain arthropods (some insects and crustaceans). ... There are several types of compression: physical compression data compression multimedia compression image compression audio compression video compression bandwidth compression audio level compression compression (functional analysis) This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Bioinformatics or computational biology is the use of techniques from applied mathematics, informatics, statistics, and computer science to solve biological problems. ... Computational chemistry is the branch of theoretical chemistry whose major goals are to create efficient computer programs that calculate the properties of molecules (such as total energy, dipole moment, vibrational frequencies) and to apply these programs to concrete chemical objects. ... This article or section should include material from neuro cybernetics Computational neuroscience is an interdisciplinary field which draws on neuroscience, computer science and applied mathematics. ... CT apparatus in a hospital Computed axial tomography (CAT), computer-assisted tomography, computed tomography, CT, or body section roentgenography is the process of using digital processing to generate a three-dimensional image of the internals of an object from a large series of two-dimensional X-ray images taken around... The tower of a personal computer (specifically a Power Mac G5). ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... Computer graphics (CG) is the field of visual computing, where one utilizes computers both to generate visual images synthetically and to integrate or alter visual and spatial information sampled from the real world. ... Hardware comprises all of the physical parts of a computer, as distinguished from the data it contains or operates on, and the software that provides instructions for the hardware to accomplish tasks. ... A computer simulation or a computer model is a computer program which attempts to simulate an abstract model of a particular system. ... A computer network is a system for communication among two or more computers. ... A computer program (often simply called a program) is an example of computer software that prescribes the actions (computations) that are to be carried out by a computer. ... Computer science (academically, CS, CSC or compsci) encompasses a variety of topics that relates to computation, like abstract analysis of algorithms, formal grammars, and subjects such as programming languages, program design, software and computer hardware. ... A computer simulation or a computer model is a computer program which attempts to simulate an abstract model of a particular system. ... Computer software (or simply software) refers to one or more computer programs held in the storage of a computer for some purpose. ... A computer system is a set of hardware and software which processes data in a meaningful way. ... Catechol-O-methyl transferase (COMT) (EC 2. ... Concanavalin A is a lectin protein from Jackbean (Canavalia ensiformis). ... A concept is an abstract, universal psychical entity that serves to designate a category or class of entities, events or relations. ... Head injury is a trauma to the head, that may or may not include injury to the brain (see also brain injury). ... Condensation can refer to: The change in phase of a substance to a denser phase, such as gas to a liquid. ... This article is about the psychological term. ... A condom is a device, usually made of latex, that covers a mans penis during sexual intercourse to avoid pregnancy and/or sexually transmitted diseases (STD) such as gonorrhea, syphilis and AIDS. They are also known as prophylactics, as well as a number of colloquial or slang terms, such... In psychiatry, conduct disorder is a pattern of repetitive behavior where the rights of others or the social norms are violated. ... Local anesthesia is any technique to render part of the body insensitive to pain without affecting consciousness. ... Conductive hearing loss is a failure in the efficient conduction of sound waves through the outer ear, typanic membrane (eardrum) or middle ears (ossicles). ... Genital warts or (or condyloma) is a very contagious sexually transmitted disease. ... Genital warts (or condyloma) is a very contagious sexually transmitted disease. ... Normalised absorption spectra of human cone (S,M,L) and rod (R) cells Cone cells, or cones, are cells in the retina which only function in relatively bright light. ... The term conference can be used to describe any meeting of people that confer about a certain topic. ... Confidentiality has been defined by the International Standards Organization (ISO) as ensuring that information is accessible only to those authorized to have access and is one of the cornerstones of Information security. ... Conflict is a state of opposition between two parties. ... Conformation generally means structural arrangement. ... Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) refers to any of several autosomal recessive diseases resulting from defects in steps of the synthesis of cortisol from cholesterol by the adrenal glands. ... A congenital disorder is a medical condition or defect that is present at or before birth (for example, congenital heart disease). ... The porphyrias are inherited or acquired disorders of certain enzymes in the heme biosynthetic pathway (also called porphyrin pathway). ... Congestive heart failure (CHF) (also called heart failure) is the inability of the heart to pump blood effectively to the body, or requiring elevated filling pressures in order to pump effectively. ... Species  Amphiuma tridactylum  Amphiuma means  Amphiuma pholeter Amphiumas are a genus of salamanders, the only genus within the family Amphiumidae. ... The conjunctiva is a membrane that covers the sclera (white part of the eye) and lines the inside of the eyelids. ... Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the conjunctiva (the outermost layer of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelids), often due to infection. ... Conns syndrome is overproduction of the mineralocorticoid hormone aldosterone by the adrenal glands. ... Connective tissue is any type of biological tissue with an extensive extracellular matrix. ... Connexins are four-pass transmembrane proteins, six of which assemble to form a channel, a connexon. ... In biology, a connexon is an assembly of proteins called connexins that forms a bridge between the cytoplasm of two adjacent cells. ... Conotoxins are toxins from cone snails. ... Conscience is generally thought of as a moral faculty, sense, or consciousness which prompts the individual to make right choices. ... Consciousness is a quality of the mind generally regarded to comprise qualities such as subjectivity, self-awareness, sentience, sapience, and the ability to perceive the relationship between oneself and ones environment. ... Constipation is a condition of the digestive system where a person (or other animal) experiences difficulty in eliminating feces. ... Dermatitis, also known as eczema, is a skin irritation characterized by red, flaky skin, sometimes with cracks or tiny blisters. ... A soft contact lens A contact lens (also known as contact, for short) is a corrective or cosmetic lens placed on the cornea of the eye atop the iris. ... Continuing education, in its most general definition, is education intended for adult learners, especially for those beyond traditional undergraduate college or university age. ... Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is a method of respiratory ventilation used primarily in the treatment of sleep apnea and various lung diseases. ... Birth control is the practice of preventing or reducing the probability of pregnancy without abstaining from sexual intercourse; the term is also sometimes used to include abortion, the ending of an unwanted pregnancy, or abstinence. ... A bruise or contusion or ecchymoses is a kind of injury, usually caused by blunt impact, in which the capillaries are damaged, allowing blood to seep into the surrounding tissue. ... Conversion disorder is a disease that manifests itself in many different ways. ... This article is about the medical condition. ... Cooking is the act of preparing food for consumption. ... Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is an umbrella term for a group of respiratory tract diseases that are characterised by airflow obstruction or limitation. ... Orders Calanoida Cyclopoida Gelyelloida Harpacticoida Misophrioida Monstrilloida Mormonilloida Platycopioida Poecilostomatoida Siphonostomatoida Copepods are small, aquatic animals living in the sea and nearly every freshwater habitat, a form of plankton, specifically zooplankton, some copepods are parasitic. ... Coping (architecture) consists of the capping or covering of a wall. ... A heteropolymer, also called a copolymer, is a polymer formed when two different types of monomer are linked in the same polymer chain. ... General Name, Symbol, Number copper, Cu, 29 Chemical series transition metals Group, Period, Block 11 , 4, d Density, Hardness 8920 kg/m3, 3. ... Copper (II) sulfate (CuSO4) is the most common copper salt, made by the action of sulfuric acid on the base copper oxide. ... Copying is the duplication of information, or an artifact, based only on an instance of that information or artifact, and not using the process that originally generated it. ... Cor pulmonale is a medical term used to describe a failure of the right side of the heart. ... Orders see Anthozoa zsnobordinkid505@aol. ... A plate of sweetcorn Corn is a term that applies to any staple food grain—that is, a fruit of a plant in the Grass Family (oaceae). ... The cornea is the curved, transparent layer that covers the front part of the eye and protects its inner structures. ... Corneal endothelium is the inner most layer of the cornea, the corneal endothelium is actually a monolayer of squamate epithelial cells lining the anterior chamber of the eye. ... A myocardial infarction occurs when an atherosclerotic plaque slowly builds up in the inner lining of a coronary artery and then suddenly ruptures, totally occluding the artery and preventing blood flow downstream. ... The coronary circulation consists of the blood vessels that supply blood to, and remove blood from, the heart. ... Coronary heart disease (CHD), also called coronary artery disease (CAD) and atherosclerotic heart disease, is the end result of the accumulation of atheromatous plaques within the walls of the arteries that supply the myocardium (the muscle of the heart). ... Coronary heart disease (CHD), also called coronary artery disease (CAD) and atherosclerotic heart disease, is the end result of the accumulation of atheromatous plaques within the walls of the arteries that supply the myocardium (the muscle of the heart). ... Thrombosis is the formation of a clot or thrombus inside a blood vessel, obstructing the flow of blood through the circulatory system. ... Species see text Coronaviruses are the viruses belonging to the family Coronaviridae, which is in the order Nidovirales. ... The corpus callosum is the largest white matter structure in the mammalian brain. ... The corpus luteum (Latin for yellow body) is a small, temporary endocrine structure in mammals that develops from an ovarian follicle after it has released a mature egg. ... Corrosion is deterioration of useful properties in a material due to reactions with its environment. ... The corticospinal or pyramidal tract is a massive collection of axons that travel between the cerebral cortex of the brain, and the spinal cord. ... In physiology, corticosteroids are a class of steroid hormones that are produced in the adrenal cortex. ... Corticosterone is a 21 carbon steroid hormone of the corticosteroid type produced in the cortex of the adrenal glands. ... Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH or corticotropin) is a polypeptide hormone secreted from corticotropes in the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland in response to corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) released by the hypothalamus. ... Corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH), also called corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) or corticoliberin, is a polypeptide hormone involved in the stress response. ... Cortisol (hydrocortisone, C21H30O 5 ), is a corticosteroid hormone synthesized in the zona fasciculata of the cortex of the adrenal glands. ... In physiology, corticosteroids are a class of steroid hormones that are produced in the adrenal cortex. ... Binomial name Corynebacterium diphtheriae Corynebacterium diphtheriae is a pathogenic bacterium that causes diphtheria. ... Binomial name Corynebacterium diphtheriae Corynebacterium diphtheriae is a pathogenic bacterium that causes diphtheria. ... Plastic surgery is a general term for operative manual and instrumental treatment which is performed for functional or aesthetic reasons. ... A cosmid is a type of plasmid (often used as a cloning vector) constructed by the insertion of cos sequences enabling them to be packaged into λ phage particles in vitro. ... The Republic of Costa Rica is a republic in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the south-southeast. ... Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), also known as cot death and crib death, is the term for the sudden and unexplained death of an apparently healthy infant aged one month to one year. ... Cotinine is a break-down product of nicotine from cigarette smoke. ... Cotton is a soft fibre that grows around the seeds of the cotton plant, a shrub native to the tropical and subtropical regions of both the Old World and the New World. ... Cough is also the name of a band, see Cough (band) A cough is a sudden, often repetitive, spasmodic contraction of the thoracic cavity, resulting in violent release of air from the lungs, and usually accompanied by a distinctive sound. ... Coulometry is the name given to a group of electroanalytical chemistry techniques that determine the amount of matter transformed during an electrolysis reaction by measuring the amount of electricity (in coulombs) consumed or produced. ... Warfarin (also known under the brand name Coumadin®) is an anticoagulant medication that can be administered orally. ... Coumarin is a chemical substance that is been extracted from many plants, in notably high concentration in woodruff (Galium odoratum, Rubiaceae). ... Psychotherapy is a set of techniques believed to cure or to help solve behavioral and other psychological problems in humans. ... This article is about courts of law. ... Dates romantically sharing a chili cheese dog, in a dream sequence Courtship (sometimes called dating or going steady) is the process of selecting and attracting a mate for marriage. ... Covalent bonding is a form of chemical bonding characterized by the sharing of one or more pairs of electrons between atoms, in order to produce a mutual attraction, which holds the resultant molecule together. ... Cows at a small farm in Maryland. ... Cowpox is a disease of the skin caused by a virus (Cowpox virus) that is related to the Vaccinia virus. ... Cyclooxygenase (COX) is an enzyme that is responsible for formation of important biological mediators called prostanoids (including prostaglandins, prostacyclin and thromboxane). ... Coxiella burnetii is a species of pathogenic bacterium, responsible for Q fever. ... Coxsackie A virus is a cytolytic virus of the Picornaviridae family, a enterovirus (a group containing the polioviruses, coxsackieviruses, and echoviruses). ... Coxsackie A virus is a cytolytic virus of the Picornaviridae family, a enterovirus (a group containing the polioviruses, coxsackieviruses, and echoviruses). ... Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is a method of respiratory ventilation used primarily in the treatment of sleep apnea and various lung diseases. ... CpG islands are regions of DNA near and in the promoter of a eukaryotic gene where a large concentration of CpG sites exist. ... For other meanings of CPR, see CPR (disambiguation). ... Sections Dromiacea Raninoida Heterotremata Thoracotremata The term crab is sometimes applied to several different groups of short (nose to tail) decapods with thick exoskeletons, but only members of the Brachyura are true crabs; other taxa, such as hermit crabs, porcelain crabs, king crabs, and horseshoe crabs are, despite superficial similarities... Cocaine is a crystalline alkaloid that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant. ... Cranial nerves are nerves which start directly from the brainstem instead of the spinal cord. ... The trigeminal nerve is the fifth (V) cranial nerve, and carries sensory information from most of the face, as well as motor supply to the muscles of mastication (the muscles enabling chewing), tensor tympani (in the ear) and other muscles in the floor of the mouth. ... The vestibulocochlear nerve is the eighth of twelve cranial nerves, and also known as the auditory nerve. ... Cranium can mean: The brain and surrounding skull, a part of the body. ... This article needs cleanup. ... This article needs cleanup. ... Crayfish - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins/monobook/IE50Fixes. ... Creatine, or creatine monohydrate [NH2-C(NH)-NCH2(COOH)-CH3], is a naturally occurring compound that helps to supply energy to the muscle cells. ... Creatine Kinase Creatine kinase (CK), also known as phosphocreatine kinase or creatine phosphokinase (CPK) is an enzyme (EC 2. ... Creatine, or creatine monohydrate [NH2-C(NH)-NCH2(COOH)-CH3], is a naturally occurring compound that helps to supply energy to the muscle cells. ... Creatinine is a breakdown product of creatine phosphate in muscle, and is usually produced at a fairly constant rate by the body (depending on muscle mass). ... One can define creativity as a tool to develop innovation. ... CREB (top) is a transcription factor capable of binding DNA (bottom) and regulating gene expression. ... Creeping eruption is the name for a rash caused by the movement of hookworm larvae beneath the surface of the skin. ... Orders Caldisphaerales Cenarchaeales Desulfurococcales Sulfolobales Thermoproteales The Crenarchaeota are a major group of Archaea, containing many extremely thermophilic organisms. ... In Greek mythology, Creon, or Kreon (ruler), son of Menoeceus, was the father of Haemon and husband of Eurydice. ... Cretinism is a congenital form of deficiency of thyroid hormones, retarding mental and physical growth. ... Corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH), also called corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) or corticoliberin, is a polypeptide hormone involved in the stress response. ... 5p- karyotype Cri du chat syndrome, also called deletion 5p syndrome, or 5p minus, is a rare genetic disorder due to a missing portion of chromosome 5. ... Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), also known as cot death and crib death, is the term for the sudden and unexplained death of an apparently healthy infant aged one month to one year. ... Cricket (disambiguation). ... Criminology is a sub-field of sociology dealing with matters related to crime and criminal behavior. ... Cristae are the infoldings of the inner membrane of a mitochondrion. ... Intensive care medicine or critical care medicine is concerned with providing greater than ordinary medical care and observation to people in a critical or unstable condition. ... Genera Crocodylus Osteolaemus Tomistoma A crocodile can be any of the 14 species of large, water-loving reptiles in the family Crocodylidae (sometimes classified instead as the subfamily Crocodylinae). ... Subfamilies Family Crocodylidae    Crocodylinae    Alligatorinae    Gavialinae Crocodylia is an order of large reptiles that scientists believe branched off from class Reptilia about 220 million years ago. ... Crohns disease is a chronic inflammatory disease of the digestive tract and it can involve any part of it - from the mouth to the anus. ... This articles is about cross-dressing in general, that is the act of wearing the clothing of another gender for any reason. ... This articles is about cross-dressing in general, that is the act of wearing the clothing of another gender for any reason. ... Classes Remipedia Cephalocarida Branchiopoda Ostracoda Maxillopoda Malacostraca The crustaceans (Crustacea) are a large group of arthropods (55,000 species), usually treated as a subphylum. ... Tears trickling down the cheeks Lacrimation is the bodys process of producing tears, which are a liquid to clean and lubricate the eyes. ... Cryobiology is the study of living organisms, organs, biological tissues or biological cells at low temperatures. ... 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During male mammalian development, the testes normally descend from their original position in the abdomen to their final home, the scrotum. ... Cryptosporidiosis is a disease affecting the intestines of mammals that is caused by Cryptosporidium, a protozoan parasite in the phylum Apicomplexa. ... Cryptosporidiosis is a disease affecting the intestines of mammals that is caused by Cryptosporidium, a protozoan parasite in the phylum Apicomplexa. ... Crystal healing is the belief that crystals have energies and properties that are able to improve health. ... In biology, a crystallin is a water-soluble structural protein in the lens of the eye, which accounts for the transparency of the structure. ... The lens or crystalline lens is a component of the eye. ... Crystal (disambiguation) Insulin crystals A crystal is a solid in which the constituent atoms, molecules, or ions are packed in a regularly ordered, repeating pattern extending in all three spatial dimensions. ... 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In oral anatomy, the canine teeth, also called cuspids, dogteeth, fangs, or (in the case of those of the upper jaw) eye teeth, are relatively long, pointed teeth, evolved (and used, in most species where they remain prominent) primarily for firmly holding food in order to tear it apart, and... Families Sepiadariidae Sepiidae Cuttlefish are animals of the order Sepiida, and are marine cephalopods, small relatives of squids and nautilus. ... The term CVS can stand for: Antisubmarine aircraft carriers (CVS), United States Navys hull classification symbol. ... Cyanic acid is a colourless poisonous liquid with a boiling point of 23. ... A cyanide is any chemical compound that contains the group C≡N, with the carbon atom triple bonded to the nitrogen atom. ... Cyanobacteria (Greek: cyanos = blue) are a phylum of aquatic bacteria that obtain their energy through photosynthesis. ... Cyanobacteria (Greek: cyanos = blue) are a phylum of aquatic bacteria that obtain their energy through photosynthesis. ... Cobalamin or vitamin B12 is a chemical compound that is also known as cyanocobalamine. ... Cyanobacteria (Greek: cyanos = blue) are a phylum of aquatic bacteria that obtain their energy through photosynthesis. ... Cyanosis refers to the bluish coloration of the skin due to the presence of deoxygenated blood in blood vessels near the skin surface. ... Cybernetics is a theory of the communication and control of regulatory feedback. ... Families Cycadaceae cycas family Stangeriaceae stangeria family Zamiaceae zamia family Cycads are an ancient group of seed plants characterized by a large crown of compound leaves and a stout trunk. ... Structure of cAMP Cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP, cyclic AMP or 3-5-cyclic adenosine monophosphate) is a molecule that is important in many biological processes; it is derived from adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ... Cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) is a second messenger derived from GTP. Cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) is a cyclic nucleotide derived from guanosine triphosphate (GTP). ... Cyclin is a protein involved in the regulation of the cell cycle. ... Cyclin-dependent kinase is a protein kinase involved in regulation of the cell cycle. ... A Cycloaddition is a pericyclic reaction in which the net result is loss of two pi bonds and gain of two sigma bonds. ... A cyclohexane molecule in chair conformation, with hydrogen atoms in axial position in red, equatorial in blue. ... Cyclooxygenase (COX) is an enzyme that is responsible for formation of important biological mediators called prostanoids (including prostaglandins, prostacyclin and thromboxane). ... Cyclophosphamide is a nitrogen mustard alkylating agent, used to treat various types of cancer and some autoimmune disorders. ... Molecule structure formula of cyclopropane Cyclopropane is a cycloalkane molecule with the molecular formula C3H6 consisting of three carbon atoms linked to each other to form a ring, with each carbon atom bearing two hydrogen atoms. ... Cyclopropene is the simplest cycloolefin. ... Cyclosarin or GF (Cyclohexyl methylphosphonofluoridate) is an extrememly toxic substance that is one of the worlds most dangerous weapons of war. ... Cyclosis is the circulation or streaming of the cytoplasm within some living cells. ... Ciclosporin (INN), cyclosporine or cyclosporin (former BAN), is an immunosuppressant drug. ... Cyclothymia is a mild mood disorder which is sometimes seen as more of a personality trait than an illness. ... 60-inch cyclotron, circa 1939, showing beam of accelerated ions (perhaps protons or deuterons) escaping the accelerator and ionizing the surrounding air causing a blue glow. ... 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Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) is an ABC (ATP-binding cassette) transporter-class protein that functions in transporting chloride ions across epithelial cells found in the lung, liver, pancreas, digestive tract, reproductive tract, and skin. ... Cysteine is a naturally occurring hydrophobic amino acid which has a sulfhydryl group and is found in most proteins, however only in small quantities. ... Cystinuria is an inherited autosomal recessive disorder and is characterized by the formation of cystine stones in the kidneys, ureter, and bladder. ... Endoscopy of the urinary bladder via the urethra is called cystoscopy. ... Cytidine is a molecule (known as a nucleoside) that is formed when cytosine is attached to a ribose ring (also known as a ribofuranose) via a β-N1-glycosidic bond. ... Cytidine diphosphate, abbreviated CDP, is a nucleotide. ... Cytidine monophosphate, also known as 5-cytidylic acid and abbreviated CMP, is a nucleotide that is found in RNA. 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Cytokinesis refers to the division of a eukaryotic cell. ... Cytokinins are a class of plant growth substances (plant hormones) active in promoting cell division. ... Cytology (also known as Cell biology) is the scientific study of cells. ... Osmotic lysis is the rupture of a cell caused by the osmotic migration of water into the cell through its cell membrane up to the point where the internal pressure is beyond the strength of the membrane. ... Species see text Cytomegalovirus (CMV), is a genus of Herpes viruses; in humans the species is known as Human herpesvirus 5 (HHV-5). ... Cytoplasm is the viscid, semi-fluid matter contained within the plasma membrane of a cell that helps to hold the cell together. ... Cytosine Cytosine is one of the 5 main nucleobases used in storing and transporting genetic information within a cell. ... Cytarabine is a shortened form of cytosine arabinoside, a commonly used chemotherapy agent used mainly in the treatment of leukemia and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. ... The cytoskeleton is a cellular scaffolding or skeleton contained, as all other organelles, within the cytoplasm. ... The cytosol (as opposed to cytoplasm, which also includes the organelles) is the internal fluid of the cell, and a large part of cell metabolism occurs here. ... Cytotoxicity is the quality of being poisonous to cells. ...


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In telecommunication, the term data integrity has the following meanings: The condition that exists when data is unchanged from its source and has not been accidentally or maliciously modified, altered, or destroyed. ... Data management comprises all the disciplines related to managing data as a valuable resource. ... Data mining, also known as knowledge-discovery in databases (KDD), is the practice of automatically searching large stores of data for patterns. ... Data quality refers to the quality of data. ... A database is a collection of information stored in a computer in a systematic way, such that a computer program can consult it to answer questions. ... Binomial name Phoenix dactylifera L. The Date Palm Phoenix dactylifera is a palm, extensively cultivated for its edible fruit. ... Day care is the care of a child during the day by a person other than the childs parents or legal guardians, often someone outside the childs immediate family. ... Having a daydream, or daydreaming, is a form of consciousness that involves a low level of conscious effort. ... DCM is a TLA which may stand for: British and Commonwealth Distinguished Conduct Medal Deputy Chief of Missions - Working directly under the Ambassador or Consular at American embassies and consulates. ... DDT was developed as the first of the modern insecticides early in World War II. It was initially used with great effect to combat mosquitoes spreading malaria, typhus, and other insect-borne human diseases among both military and civilian populations. ... This article is about hearing impairment in the patholocial sense. ... Deamination is the removal of an amine group from a molecule. ... Death is either the cessation of life in a living organism or the state of the organism after that event. ... A death certificate is a document issued by an official, such as a government registar, that declares the date, location and cause of a persons death. ... Debridement is a surgical term referring to the surgical removal of infected or otherwise non-viable tissue to improve the healing potential of the remaining healthy tissue. ... A Decarboxylation is any chemical reaction in which a carboxyl group (-COOH) is split off from a compound as carbon dioxide (CO2). ... Decision making is the cognitive process of selecting a course of action from among multiple alternatives. ... This surfacing diver must enter a recompression chamber to avoid the bends. ... Decompression sickness, DCS, the bends, dysbarism, or caisson disease describes a condition characterized by a variety of symptoms resulting from exposure to barometric pressure which is getting lower. ... DVT can also refer to Driving Van Trailer Deep venous thrombosis (or DVT) is the occlusion of a deep vein by a blood clot (thrombus). It generally affects the leg veins, such as the femoral vein or the popliteal vein, or occasionally the veins of the arm (Paget-von Schroetter... Deer - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins/monobook/IE50Fixes. ... Typical view of the defibrillator operator. ... A semi-automatic external defibrillator ( AED) A defibrillator is a device that performs defibrillation on the chambers of the heart. ... A Deformity is a major difference in the shape of the body or a body part compared to the average shape for the area in question. ... Swallowing, known scientifically as deglutition is the reflex in the human body that makes something pass from the mouth, through the esophagus. ... Binomial name Octodon degus (Molina, 1782) The Degu (Octodon degus) is a small, caviomorph rodent that is native to Chile. ... Dehydratase is an enzyme that catalyzes the removal of oxygen and hydrogen from organic compounds in the form of water. ... Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a natural steroid hormone produced from cholesterol by the adrenal glands. ... A dehydrogenase is an enzyme that oxidizes a substrate by transferring hydrogen to an acceptor, usually NAD/NADP or a flavin coenzyme. ... Hydrogenation is a chemical reaction in which unsaturated bonds between carbon atoms are reduced by attachment of a hydrogen atom to each carbon. ... Puberty is described as delayed when a boy or girl has passed the usual age of onset of puberty with no physical or hormonal signs that it is beginning. ... This article is about the Christian rock band. ... This article is about the mental state. ... Delirium tremens (colloquially, the DTs) is a condition almost invariably associated with complete alcohol withdrawal in an individual with a reported history of long-term alcohol consumption. ... Childbirth in a hospital. ... A delusion is commonly defined as a false belief, and is used in everyday language to describe a belief that is either false, fanciful or derived from deception. ... Dementia (from Latin demens) is progressive decline in cognitive function due to damage or disease in the brain beyond what might be expected from normal aging. ... Schizophrenia is a psychiatric diagnosis denoting a persistent, often chronic, mental illness variously affecting behaviour, thinking, and emotion. ... Demethylation is the chemical process, resulting in the removal of methyl groups (CH3) often speeded up as a result of a biological enzyme. ... In demography, the term demographic transition is used to describe the transition from high birth rates and death rates to low birth and death rates that occurs as part of the economic development of a country from a pre-industrial to a post-industrial economy. ... Demography is the study of human population dynamics. ... In neuroscience, myelin is an electrically insulating fatty layer that surrounds the axons of many neurons, especially those in the peripheral nervous system. ... In biology, a dendrite is a slender, typically branched projection of a nerve cell, or neuron, which conducts the electrical stimulation received from other cells to the body or soma of the cell from which it projects. ... Dendritic cells (DC) are immune cells and form part of the mammal immune system. ... A dendritic spine is a mushroom-shaped bud that protrudes from a dendrite and forms one half of a synapse, especially in synapses of the cortex. ... For music group see Dengue Fever (rock band) Dengue and dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) are acute febrile diseases, found in the tropics, with a geographical spread similar to malaria. ... For music group see Dengue Fever (rock band) Dengue and dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) are acute febrile diseases, found in the tropics, with a geographical spread similar to malaria. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... Denitrification is the process of reducing nitrate, a form of nitrogen available for consumption by many groups of organisms, into gaseous nitrogen, which is far less accessible to life forms but makes up the bulk of our atmosphere. ... The Kingdom of Denmark is geographically the smallest Nordic country and is part of the European Union. ... Density (symbol: ρ - Greek: rho) is a measure of mass per unit of volume. ... An amalgam is an alloy of mercury. ... Dental cavities, tooth decay, or caries is a disease of the teeth resulting in damage to tooth structure. ... A dental implant is used in restorative dentistry. ... Dental sealants are a dental treatment consisting of a plastic material to one or more teeth, for the purpose of preventing dental caries (cavities) or other forms of tooth decay. ... Dental Surgery is any number of medical procedures which involve artificially modifying the dentition. ... The dentate gyrus is part of the hippocampal formation. ... Dentin (BE: dentine) is the name of substance between the enamel (crown) or cementum (root) of a tooth and the pulp chamber. ... X-rays can reveal if a person has cavities Dentistry is the practical application of knowledge of dental science (the science of placement, arrangement, function of teeth) to human beings. ... X-rays can reveal if a person has cavities Dentistry is the practical application of knowledge of dental science (the science of placement, arrangement, function of teeth) to human beings. ... Dentition is the development of teeth and their arrangement in the mouth. ... Categories: Stub | Dentistry ... The chemical structure of adenosine Adenosine is a nucleoside formed when adenine is attached to a ribose ring (also known as a ribofuranose) via a β-N9-glycosidic bond. ... Cytidine is a molecule (known as a nucleoside) that is formed when cytosine is attached to a ribose ring (also known as a ribofuranose) via a β-N1-glycosidic bond. ... Guanosine is a molecule (known as a nucleoside) that is formed when guanine is attached to a ribose ring (also known as a ribofuranose) via a β-N9-glycosidic bond. ... A deoxyribonuclease (DNase, for short) is any enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolytic cleavage of phosphodiester linkages in the DNA backbone. ... DNA replication Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a nucleic acid which carries genetic instructions for the biological development of all cellular forms of life and many viruses. ... Deoxyribose Deoxyribose (more precisely 2-deoxyribose) is a five-carbon sugar (a pentose) derived from the pentose sugar ribose by the repacement of the hydroxyl group at the 2 position with hydrogen, leading to the net loss of an oxygen. ... Uridine is a molecule (known as a nucleoside) that is formed when uracil is attached to a ribose ring (also known as a ribofuranose) via a β-N1-glycosidic bond. ... Selegiline/l-Deprenyl Selegiline (l-deprenyl, Eldepryl® or Anipryl® [veterinary]) is a drug used for the treatment of early-stage Parkinsons disease and senile dementia. ... The word depression can mean: A decrease of functional activity in behavior patterns. ... This page is a candidate to be moved to Wiktionary. ... Deprotonation is the removal of a proton from an atom, molecule, or ion. ... Dermabrasion involves the removal of the surface of the skin with specialist equipment and usually involves a general anaesthetic. ... Dermatitis, also known as eczema, is a skin irritation characterized by red, flaky skin, sometimes with cracks or tiny blisters. ... Dermatitis herpetiformis, or DH, is a skin disorder often associated with celiac disease. ... X-Ray of the knee in a patient with dermatomyositis. ... Dermatophytes, also called dermatophytoses, are a common label for a group of three types of fungus that commonly cause skin disease in animals and humans. ... A dermoid cyst, or benign cystic teratoma, is a cyst lined by epidermal cells, and can contain all the elements of the dermis, including epideris, hair follicles and sweat glands. ... This article is about the DES encryption algorithm. ... A dune in the Egyptian desert In geography, a desert is a landscape form or region that receives little precipitation. ... Desipramine is a tricyclic antidepressant (TCA) that inhibits the reuptake of norepinephrine. ... Desire can refer to preference, on which microeconomic theory is based a thought that leads to an action a concept of lack in Lacanian psychoanalytic theory (for now, refer to the Oedipus complex) the concept of tanha in Buddhist psychology, as described in the Four Noble Truths. ... Intermediate filaments are one component of the cytoskeleton - important structural components of living cells. ... Cell adhesion in desmosomes A desmosome is a cell structure specialized for cell-to-cell adhesion. ... In telecommunication, the term detector has the following meanings: A device that is responsive to the presence or absence of a stimulus. ... A detergent is a compound, or a mixture of compounds, intended to assist cleaning. ... The major metabolites formed from most drug metabolism are detoxication products. ... Detox, short for detoxification, in general is the removal of toxic substances. ... Deuterium (symbol 2H) is a stable isotope of hydrogen with a natural abundance of one atom in 6500 of hydrogen. ... Heavy water is dideuterium oxide, or D2O or 2H2O. It is chemically the same as normal water, H2O, but the hydrogen atoms are of the heavy isotope deuterium, in which the nucleus contains a neutron in addition to the proton found in the nucleus of any hydrogen atom. ... The Deuteromycota are a form division, including those fungi in which sexual reproduction is unknown. ... Deuterium (symbol 2H) is a stable isotope of hydrogen with a natural abundance of one atom in 6500 of hydrogen. ... Development has meaning in several contexts: Biological development of embryos in the context of developmental biology Child development or post-natal human development (pediatrics, etc) Personal development (New Age self improvement) Economic development in economics and international relations Human development - to improve the health, education and range of choices of... Developmental biology or embryology (Greek εμβρυολογία) is the study of the process by which organisms grow and develop. ... Mental retardation (abbreviated as MR), is a term for a pattern of persistently slow learning of basic motor and language skills (milestones) during childhood, and a significantly below-normal intellectual capacity as an adult. ... Developmental disorders are disorders that occur at some stage in a childs development, often retarding the development. ... Developmental biology or embryology (Greek εμβρυολογία) is the study of the process by which organisms grow and develop. ... Developmental psychology is the scientific study of age related changes in behavior across the life span. ... Dexamethasone is a synthetic member of the glucocorticoid class of hormones. ... Dextran is a linear polysaccharide made of many glucose molecules joined into a long chain. ... Dextrins are a group of carbohydrates produced by the hydrolysis of starch. ... Dextroamphetamine (also known as dextroamphetamine sulfate, dexamphetamine, dexedrine, Dexampex, Ferndex, Oxydess II, Robese, Spancap #1, and, informally, Dex), a stereoisomer of amphetamine, is an indirect-acting stimulant that releases norepinephrine from nerve terminals, thus promoting nerve impulse transmission. ... Dextromethorphan hydrobromide (DXM for short) is an antitussive drug that is found in many over-the-counter cold remedies and cough syrups. ... A space-filling model of glucose Glucose, a simple monosaccharide sugar, is one of the most important carbohydrates and is used as a source of energy in animals and plants. ... ... Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a natural steroid hormone produced from cholesterol by the adrenal glands. ... DHT is an acronym with several meanings. ... Diabetes without a modifier usually refers to diabetes mellitus. ... Diabetes mellitus is a medical disorder characterized by varying or persistent hyperglycemia (elevated blood sugar levels), especially after eating. ... Diabetic coma is a medical emergency in which a person with diabetes mellitus is unconscious because the blood glucose level is too low or too high. ... Diabetic neuropathies are neuropathic disorders that are associated with diabetes mellitus. ... Diabetic retinopathy is retinopathy (damage to the retina) caused by complications of diabetes mellitus, which could eventually lead to blindness. ... Diacylglycerol (DAG) is a second messenger molecule made by phospholipase C (a membrane-bound enzyme), together with inositol triphosphate. ... Diagnosis (from the Greek words dia = by and gnosis = knowledge) is the process of identifying a disease by its signs, symptoms and results of various diagnostic procedures. ... In medicine, dialysis is a method for removing waste such as urea from the blood when the kidneys are incapable of this, i. ... Embryonic diapause, in mammals is a condition where pre-implantation blastocysts are maintained in a state of dormancy, often due to environmental cues, until such time as the environment improves. ... A diaphragm is some sort of separating membrane. ... Diarrhea in American English, (spelled diarrhoea elsewhere) is a condition in which the sufferer has frequent and watery bowel movements (from the ancient Greek word διαρροή = leakage; lit. ... Diastole is the period of time when the heart relaxes after contraction. ... Diathermy is the use of electrical current in surgery as either a cutting tool or to cauterize blood vessels to stop bleeding. ... Diatoms are the most common of the eukaryotic algae. ... Click here to enter Top20 Valium sites Diazepam, brand names: Valium, Seduxen, in Europe Apozepam, is a 1,4_benzodiazepine derivative, which possesses anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, sedative and skeletal muscle relaxant properties. ... DDT is a move in Professional wrestling, see Professional wrestling throws. ... In optics, the term dichroic has two related but distinct meanings. ... Families & Genera Dictyosteliidae     Dictyostelium     Polysphondylium     Coenonia Actyosteliidae     Acytostelium The dictyostelids are a group of cellular slime moulds. ... Didanosine (2-3-dideoxyinosine,ddI) differs from other nucleoside analogues, because it does not have any of the regular bases, instead it has hypoxanthine attached to the sugar ring. ... The diencephalon is the region of the brain that includes the epithalamus, thalamus, and hypothalamus. ... Dienes are hydrocarbons which contain two double bonds. ... Diet can refer to several things: The nutritional diet of an organism or group. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... Dietary minerals are chemical elements required by living organisms. ... In the United States, a dietary supplement is defined under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 as a product taken by the mouth that contains a dietary ingredient that is intended as a supplement to the diet. ... Diethylcarbamazine (DEC) is an anthelmintic drug that does not resemble other antiparasitic compounds. ... Diethylstilbestrol (DES) is a drug, a synthetic estrogen that was developed to supplement a womans natural estrogen production. ... Diffuse optical imaging is a medical imaging modality which uses near infrared light to generate images of the body. ... This article is about the physical mechanism of diffusion. ... Digestion is the process whereby a biological entity processes a substance, in order to chemically convert the substance into nutrients. ... For the Physics term GUT, please refer to Grand unification theory The gastrointestinal or digestive tract, also referred to as the GI tract or the alimentary canal or the gut, is the system of organs within multicellular animals which takes in food, digests it to extract energy and nutrients, and... For the Physics term GUT, please refer to Grand unification theory The gastrointestinal or digestive tract, also referred to as the GI tract or the alimentary canal or the gut, is the system of organs within multicellular animals which takes in food, digests it to extract energy and nutrients, and... Digital imaging or digital image acquisition is the creation of digital images, typically from a physical object. ... Species Digitalis ferruginea Digitalis grandiflora Digitalis lanata Digitalis lutea Digitalis obscura Digitalis purpurea Digitalis is a genus of about 20 species of herbaceous biennials, perennials and shrubs in the foxglove family Scrophulariaceae. ... Species Digitalis ferruginea Digitalis grandiflora Digitalis lanata Digitalis lutea Digitalis obscura Digitalis purpurea Digitalis is a genus of about 20 species of herbaceous biennials, perennials and shrubs in the foxglove family Scrophulariaceae. ... Digoxin is a cardiac glycoside extracted from the foxglove plant, digitalis. ... Categories: Biochemistry stubs | EC 1. ... Dihydrotestosterone is the hormone formed in the prostate gland, testes, hair follicles, and adrenal glands when the enzyme 5-alpha reductase acts on testosterone. ... Fischer projection of Dihydroxyacetone Dihydroxyacetone is a triose carbohydrate with the chemical formula C3H6O3. ... A diketone is a molecule containing two carbonyl groups. ... Phenytoin sodium (marketed as Dilantin® in the USA and as Epanutin® in the UK, by Parke-Davis, now part of Pfizer) is a commonly used antiepileptic. ... Categories: Medicine stubs | Calcium channel blockers ... Sucrose, or common table sugar, is composed of glucose and fructose. ... Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO, empirically C2H6OS), also known as methyl sulfoxide or sulfinylbismethane, is a chemical compound. ... Male and female Common Pheasant, illustrating the large degree of sexual dimorphism between the sexes Sexual dimorphism is the systematic difference in form between individuals of different sex in the same species. ... Classes Dinophyceae Noctiluciphyceae Syndiniophyceae The dinoflagellates are a large group of flagellate protists. ... A diol is a chemical compound containing two hydroxyl groups. ... Dioxins form a family of toxic chlorinated organic compounds that bioaccumulate in humans and wildlife due to their fat solubility. ... A dipeptide is a molecule consisting of two amino acids joined by a single peptide bond. ... Diphtheria is an upper respiratory tract illness characterized by sore throat, low-grade fever, and an adherent membrane of the tonsil(s), pharynx, and/or nose. ... Binomial name Streptococcus pneumoniae Streptococcus pneumoniae is a species of Streptococcus that is a major human pathogen. ... Diploid (meaning double in Greek) cells have two copies (homologs) of each chromosome (both sex- and non-sex determining chromosomes), usually one from the mother and one from the father. ... Diplopia is a visual disorder that results in double vision, such that when the viewer looks at an object it seems as if there are two objects. ... This page is about the creature known as the millipede. ... This article is about the electromagnetic phenomenon. ... Suborders Archidiptera Eudiptera Brachycera Diptera are insects in which the hind wings are reduced to halteres. ... Dipyridamole is a drug that inhibits platelet aggregation. ... Directly Observed Treatment (DOT) or Directly Observed Therapy is watching the patient take his/her medication to ensure medications are taken in the right combination and for the correct duration. ... The term disability, as it is applied to humans, refers to any condition that impedes the completion of daily tasks using traditional methods. ... The term disability, as it is applied to humans, refers to any condition that impedes the completion of daily tasks using traditional methods. ... In chemistry, disaccharides are carbohydrates consisting of two monosaccharide units. ... A disaster is a natural or man-made event that negatively affects life, property, livelihood or industry often resulting in permanent changes to human societies, ecosystems and environment. ... A disease is any abnormal condition of the body or mind that causes discomfort, dysfunction, or distress to the person affected or those in contact with the person. ... Disinfection The destruction of pathogenic and other kinds of microorganisms by physical or chemical means Disinfectants are chemical substances used to kill viruses and microbes (germs), such as bacteria and fungi. ... A disease is any abnormal condition of the body or mind that causes discomfort, dysfunction, or distress to the person affected or those in contact with the person. ... Dissection is usually the process of disassembling something to determine its internal structure and as an aid to discerning the function and relationships of its components. ... Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) is a pathological process in the body where the blood starts to coagulate throughout the whole body. ... Dissociation is a psychological state or condition in which certain thoughts, emotions, sensations, or memories are separated from the rest of the psyche. ... Distance Learning is learning carried out apart from the usual classroom setting. ... A disulfide bond (SS-bond), also called a disulfide bridge, is a strong covalent bond between two sulfhydryl groups. ... Disulfiram is a drug used to support the treatment of chronic alcoholism by producing an acute sensitivity to alcohol). ... The diterpenes are a class of molecules with 20 carbon atoms arranged as 4 isoprene units. ... Diuresis is the production of an unusually large amount of urine by the kidney. ... A diuretic is any drug that tends to increase the flow of urine from the body (diuresis). ... Diving has several meanings:- Plunging deliberately, often acrobatically, into water. ... Submerging the face into water causes the mammalian diving reflex, which is found in all mammals, but especially in marine mammals as for example whales and seals. ... Divorce or dissolution of marriage is the ending of a marriage, which can be contrasted with an annulment which is a declaration that a marriage is void, though the effects of marriage may be recognized in such unions, such as spousal support, child custody and distribution of property. ... Dizocilpine (also known as MK-801) is a non-competitive NMDA receptor antagonist. ... Dimethyl sulfoxide The United States DoDs Defense Modeling and Simulation Office This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... DNA replication Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a nucleic acid which is capable of carrying genetic instructions for the biological development of all cellular forms of life and many viruses. ... Genetic fingerprinting or DNA testing is a technique to distinguish between individuals of the same species using only samples of their DNA. Its invention by Sir Alec Jeffreys at the University of Leicester was announced in 1985. ... DNA-binding proteins are a broad class of protein molecules that possess certain structural motifs (i. ... DNA damage resulting in multiple broken chromosomes DNA repair is a process constantly operating in each cell of a living being; it is essential to survival because it protects the genome from damage. ... Genetic fingerprinting or DNA testing is a technique to distinguish between individuals of the same species using only samples of their DNA. Its invention by Sir Alec Jeffreys at the University of Leicester was announced in 1985. ... Topoisomerases (Type I: EC 5. ... In molecular biology, DNA ligase is an enzyme that repairs broken DNA strands. ... DNA methylation is a type of chemical modification which involves the addition of a methyl group to the carbon-5 of the cytosine pyrimidine ring. ... DNA polymerase 3D structure. ... DNA primase is form of RNA polymerase and a product of the dnaG gene. ... DNA damage resulting in multiple broken chromosomes DNA repair is a process constantly operating in each cell of a living being; it is essential to survival because it protects the genome from damage. ... DNA replication. ... A DNA sequence (sometimes genetic sequence) is a succession of letters representing the primary structure of a real or hypothetical DNA molecule or strand, The possible letters are A, C, G, and T, representing the four nucleotide subunits of a DNA strand (adenine, cytosine, guanine, thymine), and typically these are... For the sense of sequencing used in electronic music, see the music sequencer article. ... DNA replication. ... A DNA virus is a virus that has DNA as its genetic material and does not use an RNA intermediate during replication. ... The acronym DNP has several possible meanings: It can refer to the molecule 2,4-Dinitrophenol Dynamic Nuclear Polarisation ... Docosahexaenoic acid (commonly known as DHA; 22:6 omega-3) is an omega-3 fatty acid. ... Trinomial name Canis lupus familiaris The dog is a canine carnivorous mammal that has been domesticated for somewhere between 14,000 and 150,000 years. ... Dolichol is an isoprenoid compound similar to cholesterol. ... In computers, DOM means Document Object Model In France, DOM means Départements doutre mer In pharmacology, DOM refers to the psychedelic phenethylamine 2,5-dimethoxy-4-methylamphetamine In the Swedish language, dom means they. ... This is a list of animals that have been domesticated by humans. ... Trinomial name Felis silvestris catus Schreber, 1775 For alternative meanings see cat (disambiguation). ... Domestic violence, by barest definition, is violence within a home. ... This is a list of animals that have been domesticated by humans. ... Chemical structure of Domoic acid Domoic acid, also called Amnesic Shellfish Poison (ASP), is an amino acid phycotoxin (algal toxin) found associated with certain algal blooms [1]. 1958, domoic acid was originally isolated from the Red alga called Doumoi or Hanayanagi (Chondria armata [2]) in Japan;Doumoi is used as... Donepezil, which goes by the trade name Aricept® (Pfizer), is a centrally acting reversible cholinesterase inhibitor. ... DOPA (L-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine) is the precursor to dopamine. ... Dopamine is a neurotransmitter in the brain. ... The dopamine receptors are a class of G-protein coupled receptors with dopamine as their endogenous ligand. ... In anatomy and neurology, the dorsal root ganglion is a nodule on a dorsal root that contains cell bodies of afferent spinal nerve neurons. ... Dosage is Collective Souls fourth studio album, released on February 9, 1999. ... Dosimetry is the measurement of doses in matter and tissue from ionizing radiation, or radioactivity as it is popularly known. ... A child with Down syndrome Down syndrome (also called Downs syndrome) encompasses a number of genetic disorders, of which trisomy 21 (a nondisjunction) is the most representative, causing highly variable degrees of learning difficulties and physical disabilities. ... Doxycycline is a tetracycline antibiotic that is commonly prescribed by medical doctors for infections and to treat acne. ... Dreaming is the subjective experience of imaginary images, sounds/voices, words, thoughts or sensations during sleep, usually involuntarily. ... Water resources are sources of water that are useful to human beings for drinking, recreation, irrigation, livestock production, industry, etc. ... The term drive has several common meanings: A form of computer storage, such as a hard drive. ... Driving is the controlled operation of a vehicle, which is usually a motor vehicle such as a truck, bus, motorcycle, or car. ... Drunk driving (drink driving in the UK) or drinking and driving is the act of operating a motor vehicle after having consumed alcohol (i. ... Edema (BE: oedema, formerly known as dropsy) is swelling of any organ or tissue due to accumulation of excess fluid. ... Species Drosophila melanogaster Drosophila subobscura Drosophila is a genus of small flies whose members are often called fruit flies or more appropriately vinegar flies, wine flies, pomace flies, grape flies, and picked fruit-flies. ... Drosophilidae (Order: Diptera) is a diverse, cosmopolitan family of flies, including the genus Drosophila, which includes the species fruit fly, vinegar flies, wine flies, pomace flies, grape flies, and picked fruit-flies. ... Many drugs are provided in tablet form. ... This article is actively undergoing a major edit. ... Drug addiction, or dependency is the compulsive use of drugs, to the point where the user has no effective choice but to continue use. ... Drug design is the approach of finding drugs by design, based on what the drug is targeting. ... In medicine, biotechnology and pharmacology, drug discovery is the process by which drugs are discovered and/or designed. ... Drug interaction is a situation in which two or more separate drugs have been absorbed into the body and their effects are affected by each other, i. ... The purpose of drug metabolism is to convert lipophilic compounds to more readily-excreted polar products. ... Organisms are said to be drug-resistant when they are no longer affected by drugs that are meant to neutralize them. ... Drug testing is a subject of a lot of controversy. ... Drug tolerance occurs when a subjects reaction to a drug (such as a painkiller or intoxicant) decreases so that larger doses are required to achieve the same effect. ... Drunk driving - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins/monobook/IE50Fixes. ... Keratoconjunctivitis sicca or KCS is an eye disease caused by decreased tear production or increased tear film evaporation commonly found in people and small animals. ... The abbreviation DSM can mean several things: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Data Storage Management Decision Support Matrix Demand Side Management, of Energy (see: Energy Demand Management) Deputy Stage Manager Digital Surface Model (in GIS) Distinguished Service Medal Distributed shared memory Distributed Systems Management Defense Suppression Missile digital... DSR means: Dynamic steering response. ... Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is a nucleic acid consisting of a string of covalently-bound nucleotides. ... DST may have the following meanings: common abbreviation for Daylight saving time abbreviation for Discrete sine transform, a variant of the Discrete Fourier transform for real and odd functions. ... Duchenne muscular dystrophy (also known as pseudohypertrophic muscular dystrophy or muscular dystrophy - Duchenne type) is an inherited disorder characterized by rapidly progressive muscle weakness which starts in the legs and pelvis and later affects the whole body. ... For other uses of the word duck, see Duck (disambiguation) Subfamilies Dendrocygninae Oxyurinae Anatinae Merginae Drake Mallard Duck is the common name for a number of types of bird in the family Anatidae. ... Ductility is the physical property of being capable of sustaining large plastic deformations without fracture (in metals, such as being drawn into a wire). ... In the developing fetus, the ductus arteriosus (DA) is a shunt connecting the pulmonary artery to the aortic arch that allows much of the blood from the right ventricle to bypass the fetus fluid-filled lungs. ... The dumping syndrome, or rapid gastric emptying, happens when the lower end of the small intestine fills too quickly with undigested food from the stomach. ... Peptic ulcer is a non-malignant ulcer of the stomach (called gastric ulcer) or duodenum (called duodenal ulcer). ... In anatomy of the digestive system, the duodenum is a hollow jointed tube that connects the stomach to the jejunum. ... The dura mater (from the Latin hard mother) is the tough and inflexible outermost meningeal layer. ... Dust is a general name for minute solid particles of diameters less than 500 micrometers (otherwise see sand or granulates) and, more generally, for finely divided matter. ... Binomial name Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus The house dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus), sometimes abbreviated by allergists to HDM, is a cosmopolitan guest in human habitation. ... Dwarfism is a condition in which a person, animal or plant is much below the ordinary size of the species. ... DWI is an acronym which means: Driving while intoxicated Driving while impaired Dance With Intensity (PC game) Danish West Indies Diffusion-weighted imaging Direct water injection Disaster Welfare Inquiry Drinking Water Inspectorate (dwi. ... A dye can generally be described as a coloured substance that has an affinity to the substrate to which it is being applied. ... Dynein is a class of protein found in biological cells and is involved in their reproduction. ... Dynorphin is a popular and powerful opioid ligand. ... Dysarthria (from new latin dys-, prefix meaning mis-, dis-, accidental + greek -arthro, joint) is an injury or symptom describing minor speech impediments, often slurred speech. ... Dysbarism refers to medical conditions resulting from changes in ambient pressure. ... Dysgerminomas are one of the germ cell tumour ovarian neoplasms. ... Dysgeusia is the distortion or absence of the sense of taste. ... Dyskinesia is a medical condition meaning the person afflicted makes bad or abnormal movements. ... Dyslexia is a syndrome in which a persons reading and/or writing ability is significantly lower than that which would be predicted by his or her general level of intelligence. ... Dysmenorrhea (or dysmenorrhoea), cramps or painful menstruation, involves menstrual periods that are accompanied by either sharp, intermittent pain or dull, aching pain, usually in the pelvis or lower abdomen. ... Dyspepsia is a constant pain in the stomach. ... Dysphagia is the technical term for the symptom of the sensation of difficulty in swallowing. ... Dyspnea (Latin dyspnoea, Greek dyspnoia from dyspnoos - short of breath) or shortness of breath (SOB) is perceived difficulty breathing or pain on breathing. ... Dysthymia, or dysthymic disorder, is a form of the mood disorder of depression characterised by a lack of enjoyment/pleasure in life that continues for at least six months. ... Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder with involuntary muscle contractions, forcing specific parts of the body into abnormal movements or positions, sometimes causing pain. ... Dystrophin is a protein found in membranes surrounding individual muscle fibers, and its deficiency is one of the root causes of muscular dystrophy. ...


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E cadherin -- E protein -- E selectin -- E wave -- EAA -- EAA receptor -- EAE -- ear -- ear disorder -- ear disorder chemotherapy -- ear disorder diagnosis -- ear disorder pharmacotherapy -- ear drum -- ear hair cell -- ear infection -- ear muscle -- ear neoplasm -- ear pharmacology -- ear prosthesis -- ear surgery -- ear tissue preservation -- ear wax -- early childhood -- early detection -- early diagnosis -- early embryonic stage -- early experience -- early infantile autism -- early onset disorder -- early response gene -- earthquake -- earthworm -- East Indian -- eastern deer tick -- eastern dog tick -- eastern equine encephalitis virus -- eastern equine encephalomyelitis virus -- eating -- eating disorder -- Eaton agent pneumonia -- Eaton Lambert syndrome -- Eaton Liu agent -- EB simplex -- EB virus -- Ebola virus -- Ebola-like virus -- EBP -- EBV -- EC 1 -- EC 1.1 -- EC 1.1.1.1 -- EC 1.1.1.118 -- EC 1.1.1.119 -- EC 1.1.1.14 -- EC 1.1.1.145 -- EC 1.1.1.146 -- EC 1.1.1.147 -- EC 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4.4 -- EC 4.6 -- EC 4.6.1.1 -- EC 4.6.1.2 -- EC 4.99.1.1 -- EC 5 -- EC 5.1.99.1 -- EC 5.2.1.8 -- EC 5.3.1.1 -- EC 5.3.1.8 -- EC 5.3.1.9 -- EC 5.3.3.1 -- EC 5.3.4.1 -- EC 5.4.2 -- EC 5.4.2.1 -- EC 5.4.2.2 -- EC 5.99.1.2 -- EC 5.99.1.3 -- EC 6 -- EC 6.1.1 -- EC 6.2.1 -- EC 6.3 -- EC 6.3.1.2 -- EC 6.3.2 -- EC 6.3.2.17 -- EC 6.3.4.16 -- EC 6.4 -- EC 6.4.1.1 -- EC 6.4.1.2 -- EC 6.4.1.3 -- EC 6.5 -- ECAM -- ECAM (epithelial cell adhesion molecule) -- eccentroosteochondrodysplasia -- eccrine -- ecdysis -- ecdysone -- ECG -- ECG gated cardiac blood pool imaging -- Echinococcus -- Echinodermata -- Echinoidea -- echo detection -- echo location -- echo virus -- echocardiography -- echovirus -- echovirus 10 -- echovirus 28 -- echovirus 9 -- eclampsia -- ECM -- ECM receptor -- ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) -- ecological toxicology -- ecology -- economics (nonhealth) -- ecosystem -- ECS -- ECSF -- ECSF (erythrocyte colony stimulating factor) -- ecstasy (drug) -- ECT -- ecteola cellulose chromatography -- ectoderm -- ectoparasitism -- ectopic pregnancy -- ectoplasm -- ectromelia virus -- ectropion -- Ecuador -- eczema -- eczema thromocytopenia diarrhea syndrome -- eczema thromocytopenia immunodeficiency syndrome -- eczema thromocytopenia syndrome -- eczematous dermatitis -- edema -- Edentata -- edentulous -- EDRF -- EDTA -- education -- education cost -- education evaluation -- education financing -- education planning -- educational level -- educational psychology -- educational resource design -- educational resource development -- educationally disadvantaged -- EEE virus -- EEG -- eel -- EELS -- EF hand -- efavirenz -- efferent nerve -- Effexor -- effusion -- eflornithine -- EFV -- EGF -- egg -- egg food product -- egg fungi -- egg protein -- egg shell -- egg white -- egg yolk -- ego -- ego /superego /id -- Egypt -- EHEC -- Ehlers Danlos syndrome -- Ehrlich's tumor -- Ehrlichia -- ehrlichiosis -- EIA virus -- eicosa 5,8,11 trienoate -- eicosanoid -- eicosanoid metabolism -- eicosapentaenoic acid -- Eikenella -- ejaculatory duct -- EKG -- ELAM -- ELAM (endothelial leukocyte adhesion molecule) -- Elasmobranch -- elastase -- elastase inhibitor -- elastic skin -- elastic tissue -- elasticity -- elastin -- elastomer -- elbow -- elder abuse -- elderly -- electric catfish -- electric countershock heart resuscitation -- electric eel -- electric field -- electric mormyrid -- electric ray -- electrical conductance -- electrical impedance -- electrical impedance encephalography -- electrical injury -- electrical masking of pain -- electrical measurement -- electrical potential -- electrical property -- electrical titration -- electroanalgesia -- electroanesthesia -- electrocardiocorder -- electrocardiogram -- electrocardiographic frequency -- electrocardiographic monitor -- electrocardiography -- electrocautery -- electrochemistry -- electrocoagulation therapy -- electroconvulsive therapy -- electrocorticography -- electrode -- electrode titration -- electrodermal response -- electroencephalography -- electrofocusing -- electrolyte -- electrolyte balance -- electromagnetic blood flow measurement -- electromagnetic field -- electromagnetic radiation -- electromyography -- electron acceptor -- electron beam cancer therapy -- electron cloud -- electron crystallography -- electron density -- electron donor -- electron energy loss spectroscopy -- electron microscopy -- electron motive force -- electron nuclear double resonance spectroscopy -- electron optics -- electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy -- electron probe microanalysis -- electron probe spectrometry -- electron probe x-ray microanalysis -- electron radiation -- electron spin resonance spectroscopy -- electron transfer -- electron transport -- electronarcosis -- electronic bulletin board -- electronic data processing -- electronic mail -- electronic pacemaker -- electronic recording system -- electronic spectra -- electronic stimulator -- electronic visual prosthesis -- electronystagmography -- electrooculography -- electrophilic substitution -- electrophoresis -- Electrophorus -- electrophysiology -- electroplax -- electroporation -- electropotential -- electroretinogram -- electroretinography -- electrosensory lateral line lobe -- electrospray ionization mass spectrometry -- electrostatic chemical interaction -- electrostimulus -- electrotactile communication -- electrotherapy -- element -- elementary school -- eleocolitis -- elephant -- elfin facies syndrome -- ELISA -- ELISPOT -- ELISPOT (enzyme linked immunospot assay) -- elongation factor -- Embden Meyerhof pathway -- emboliform nucleus -- embolism -- embryo -- embryo /fetus cell /tissue -- embryo antigen -- embryo cell -- embryo cell culture -- embryo chemotherapy -- embryo circulation -- embryo culture -- embryo death -- embryo disorder -- embryo drug adverse effect -- embryo growth disorder -- embryo hypoxia -- embryo implantation -- embryo membrane -- embryo monitoring -- embryo neoplasm -- embryo nutrition -- embryo pharmacology -- embryo pharmacotherapy -- embryo preservation -- embryo protein -- embryo resorption -- embryo surgery -- embryo therapy -- embryo tissue -- embryo tissue transplantation -- embryo toxicology -- embryo transfer -- embryo transplantation -- embryogenesis -- embryogenic cleavage -- embryology -- embryonal carcinoma -- embryonic antigen -- embryonic cell culture -- embryonic cleavage -- embryonic protein -- embryonic stem cell -- embryonic tissue transplantation -- EMC virus -- emergency care -- emergency nursing -- emergency service -- emerging infectious disease -- emerogene -- emesis -- emetic -- emetine -- EMF (electromagnetic field) -- EMF (electron motive force) -- EMG -- EMI scan -- emigration -- emission spectrometry -- emission spectroscopy -- Emko -- emotion -- emotional adaptation -- emotional adjustment -- emotional crisis -- emotional dependency -- emotional disorder -- emotional shock -- emotional trauma -- empathy -- emphysema -- employee -- employee assistance program -- employment -- employment of women -- EMSA -- EMT (emergency medical technician) -- emu -- emulsion -- enalapril -- enamel organ -- enamelin -- enantiomer -- encephalitis -- encephalitis virus -- encephalography -- encephalomyelitis -- encephalomyelopathy -- encephalomyeloradiculoneuritis -- encephalomyocarditis group virus -- encephalomyocarditis virus -- encopresis -- encounter group -- end stage renal disease -- end stage renal failure -- endarterectomy -- endo V -- endocardial fibroelastosis -- endocarditis -- endocardium -- endocrine disorder -- endocrine disorder chemotherapy -- endocrine disorder diagnosis -- endocrine disorder pharmacotherapy -- endocrine gland -- endocrine neoplasm -- endocrine pharmacology -- endocrine surgery -- endocrine system -- endocrine transplantation -- endocrinology -- endocytosis -- endodeoxyribonuclease -- endoderm -- endodontics -- endogenous depression -- endogenous opiate -- endogenous opioid -- endogenous pyrogen -- endogenous substrate pp120 -- endolymph -- endolymphatic hydrops -- endometrial neoplasm -- endometriosis -- endometrium -- endomyocardial fibrosis -- endonexin -- endonuclease -- endonucleaseV -- endopeptidase -- endophthalmitis -- endoplasm -- endoplasmic reticulum -- ENDOR -- endoribonuclease -- endoribonuclease I -- endorphin -- endorphin receptor -- endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography -- endoscopy -- endosome -- endosseous dental implant -- endothelial cell derived relaxing factor -- endothelial leukocyte adhesion molecule -- endothelin -- endothelium dependent hyperpolarization factor -- endotoxic shock -- endotoxin -- endotracheal -- endrin -- enema -- energy balance -- energy expenditure -- energy metabolism -- energy source -- energy source for biomedical device -- enflurane -- England -- English language -- enhancer binding protein -- enkephalin -- enkephalin receptor -- enol -- enolase -- enolate -- enoyl coA reductase -- entactin -- Entamoeba -- Entamoeba histolytica -- enteral feeding -- enteric bacteria -- enteric feeding -- enteric nervous system -- enteritis -- enteritis (regional) -- enteroaggregative Escherichia coli -- Enterobacteriaceae -- Enterobacteriaceae disease -- enterochromaffin cell -- Enterococcus -- Enterococcus avium -- Enterococcus durans -- Enterococcus faecalis -- Enterococcus faecium -- Enterococcus galllinarum -- Enterococcus maloratus -- Enterocytozoon bieneusi -- enteroenterostomy -- enterohepatic circulation -- enteroinvasive Escherichia coli -- enteropathogenic Escherichia coli -- enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli -- enterotoxin -- Enterovirus -- enthalpy -- Entomopoxvirinae -- entorhinal area -- entorhinal cortex -- entropion -- entropy -- enuresis -- environment -- environment associated hypertension -- environment related autoimmunity -- environment related cancer -- environment related neoplasm -- environmental adaptation -- environmental air flow -- environmental air flow measurement -- environmental anemometer -- environmental carcinogenesis -- environmental contamination -- environmental engineering -- environmental exposure -- environmental flux -- environmental health -- environmental health economics -- environmental health legislation -- environmental monitoring device -- environmental protection -- environmental radiation -- environmental stressor -- environmental therapy -- environmental tobacco smoke -- environmental toxicology -- environmental transport -- enzootic -- enzymatic zonulolysis -- enzyme -- enzyme activation -- enzyme activity -- enzyme analyzer -- enzyme biosynthesis -- enzyme complex -- enzyme coupling mechanism -- enzyme deficiency -- enzyme electrode -- enzyme elevating virus -- enzyme elevating virus (LDH) -- enzyme feedback -- enzyme immobilization -- enzyme induction -- enzyme inhibitor -- enzyme linked immunosorbent assay -- enzyme linked immunospot assay -- enzyme mechanism -- enzyme model -- enzyme pathway -- enzyme reactor -- enzyme reconstitution -- enzyme replacement therapy -- enzyme repression -- enzyme structure -- enzyme substrate -- enzyme substrate analog -- enzyme substrate complex -- enzyme therapy -- eocyte -- EOG -- eosinocyte -- eosinophil -- eosinophilia -- eosinophilic gastroenteritis -- eosinophilic granuloma -- EPEC -- ependyma -- ependymoma -- ephedrine -- ephrin -- epicardial mapping -- epicardium -- epidemic -- epidemic encephalitis -- epidemic hemorrhagic fever virus -- epidemic parotiditis -- epidemic parotitis -- epidemiology -- epidermal growth factor -- epidermal growth factor receptor -- epidermal necrolysin -- epidermis -- epidermoid carcinoma -- epidermolysis bullosa -- epidermomycosis -- epididymis -- epididymitis -- epidural anesthesia -- epiglottis -- epikeratophakia -- epilepsia -- epilepsy -- epiloia -- epimerase -- epimerization -- epinephrine -- epiphyseal closure -- epiphysis -- epiphysis cerebri -- episcleritis -- episome -- epithelial cell adhesion molecule -- epithelioma -- epithelium -- epitope -- epitope mapping -- epivir -- epizootic -- epizootic hemorrhagic disease virus -- epizootiology -- EPN -- Epo -- epogen -- epothilon -- epothilone -- epoxide -- epoxide hydrolase -- EPR spectroscopy -- Epstein Barr virus -- Epstein's syndrome -- equal employment opportunity -- equid alphaherpesvirus 1 -- equid alphaherpesvirus 4 -- equid herpesvirus 2 -- Equidae -- equilibrium sense -- equine abortion virus -- equine arteritis virus -- equine encephalosis virus -- equine infectious anemia virus -- equine morbillivirus -- equine rhinopneumonitis virus -- equine rhinovirus -- ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography) -- ERG -- ergocalciferol -- ergoline -- ergonomics -- ergosterol -- ergot -- ergot alkaloid -- ERK 1 -- ERK 2 -- ERP -- ERP (event related potential) -- eructation -- erythema -- erythema multiforme -- erythema nodosum -- erythremic myelosis -- erythrina alkaloid -- erythroblast -- erythroblastosis fetalis -- Erythrocebus -- erythrocyte -- erythrocyte colony stimulating factor -- erythrocyte count -- erythrocyte membrane -- erythrocyte sedimentation -- erythrocyte substitute -- erythroderma -- erythrodermia -- erythrohepatic protoporphyria -- erythroid stem cell -- erythroidine -- erythroleukemia -- erythromycin -- erythropoiesis -- erythropoiesis inhibitor -- erythropoietic protoporphyria -- erythropoietic protoporphyria porphyria -- erythropoietic uroporphyria -- erythropoietin -- ES cell -- escape reaction -- Escherichia -- Escherichia coli -- Escherichia coli 0157:H7 -- Escherichia coli infection -- Escherichia coli k12 -- Escherichia coli k12 lambda -- ESI mass spectrometry -- Eskimo -- esophageal achalasia -- esophageal atresia -- esophageal cancer -- esophageal motility -- esophageal mucosa -- esophageal neoplasm -- esophageal pressure -- esophageal speech -- esophageal varices -- esophagogastric junction -- esophagogastric junction disorder -- esophagogastric sphincter -- esophagogastroduodenoscopy -- esophagoscopy -- esophagostomy -- esophagus -- esophagus disorder -- esophagus motility -- esophagus neoplasm -- esophagus pressure -- esophagus surgery -- ESR -- essential aminoacid -- essential fatty acid -- essential hypertension -- essential thrombocythemia -- essential thrombocytopenia -- established cell line -- ester -- esterase -- esterase inhibitor -- esterification -- estetrol -- estivation -- estradiol -- estradiol dehydrogenase -- estratriene compound -- estriol -- estrogen -- estrogen analog -- estrogen inhibitor -- estrogen receptor -- estrogen replacement therapy -- estrogen sulfate -- estrogen synthase -- estrone -- estrous -- estrus -- ETEC -- ethacrynate -- ethambutol -- ethane -- ethanol -- ethanolamine -- ether -- ether hydrolase -- ethics -- ethidium -- ethinyl estradiol -- ethinylestradiol -- ethionine -- ethnic difference -- ethnic discrimination -- ethnic group -- ethnography -- ethnomedicine -- ethology -- ethosuximide -- ethoxyacetanilide -- ethyl alcohol -- ethyl ether -- ethylbenzoylecgonine -- ethylene -- ethylene glycol -- ethylenediamine -- ethylenediaminetetraacetate -- ethylphenylnitrophenylphosphonothioate -- ethynylestradiol -- eticlopride -- etidronate -- etiocholanolone -- ETOH -- etoposide -- eubacteria -- Eubaculovirinae -- Eubenangu virus -- euchromatin -- eugenics -- Euglena -- euglycemic clamp -- eukaryote -- eukaryotida -- eumycotic mycetoma -- euphoria -- Euplotes crassus -- Europe -- European -- European mole -- European swine fever virus -- europium -- Euryarchaeota -- eustachian tube -- Eutheria -- evaluation -- evaporation -- even toed hoofed mammal -- event related potential -- Everglades virus -- evista -- evoked potential -- evolution -- Ewing's sarcoma -- Ewing's tumor -- ex vivo perfusion -- ex vivo respiration -- exanimation -- exchange factor -- excitatory aminoacid -- excitatory aminoacid receptor -- excitotoxin -- excretion -- excystation -- exercise -- exfoliative cytology -- exfoliative dermatitis -- exhalation -- exhaust -- exhaustion -- exo 1,4 alpha glucosidase -- exo alpha sialidase -- exocrine gland -- exocrine pancreas -- exocytosis -- exodeoxyribonuclease -- exoenzyme -- exon -- exonuclease -- exopeptidase -- Exophiala -- Exophiala dermatitidis -- exophthalmic goiter -- exophthalmos -- exoribonuclease -- exoribonuclease H -- exoribonuclease II -- exoskeleton -- exotoxin -- expectancy -- expectancy wave -- expectorant -- experience -- experimental allergic encephalomyelitis -- experimental brain lesion -- experimental design -- expert system -- expiration -- exploratory behavior -- expression cloning -- expression vector -- extended care -- extended care facility -- external ear -- extracellular -- extracellular ground substance -- extracellular matrix -- extracellular matrix protein -- extracellular signal related kinase -- extrachromosomal DNA -- extrachromosomal inheritance -- extracorporeal circulation -- extracorporeal mechanical heart -- extracorporeal membrane oxygenation -- extracorporeal radiation -- extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy -- extracranial cerebroarterial occlusion -- extranuclear DNA -- extraocular muscle -- extrapyramidal disorder -- extrapyramidal tract -- extraterrestrial environment -- extrauterine pregnancy -- extravert -- extreme halophile -- extreme thermophile -- extremity -- extrinsic allergic alveolitis -- exudate -- Eyach virus -- eye -- eye accommodation -- eye agent -- eye aid -- eye bank -- eye blood vessel -- eye burn -- eye circulation -- eye circulation disorder -- eye coordination disorder -- eye deviation disorder -- eye disorder -- eye disorder chemotherapy -- eye disorder diagnosis -- eye disorder pharmacotherapy -- eye fundus photography -- eye infection -- eye injury -- eye laser therapy -- eye movement -- eye movement disorder -- eye neoplasm -- eye pharmacology -- eye preservation -- eye prosthesis -- eye refraction disorder -- eye refractometry -- eye regeneration -- eye surgery -- eye transplantation -- eyeblink -- eyeglasses -- eyelid -- eyelid disorder -- eyelid neoplasm -- The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) is an international organization of aviation enthusiasts based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. ... For an alternative meaning, see ear (botany). ... The tympanum or tympanic membrane, colloquially known as eardrum, is a thin membrane that separates the outer ear from the middle ear. ... Otitis media (also known as glue ear) is an inflammation of the middle ear, usually associated with a buildup of fluid. ... Cerumen, commonly known as earwax, is a yellowish, waxy substance secreted in the ear canal of humans and many other mammals. ... Early infantile autism, discovered by Leo Kanner, is a form of autism that is present from birth. ... Global earthquake epicenters, 1963–1998. ... Earthworm is the common reference for the larger members of the Oligochaeta (which is either a class or subclass depending on the author) in the phylum Annelida. ... The Indies, on the display globe of the Field Museum, Chicago The Indies or East Indies (or East India) is a term used to describe lands of South and South-East Asia, occupying all of the former British India, the present Indian Union, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Maldives, and... Eating is the activity of consuming food and its digestion. ... Eating disorders are a group of mental disorders that interfere with normal food consumption. ... Species Ivory Coast ebolavirus Reston ebolavirus Sudan ebolavirus Zaire virus Ebola hæmorrhagic fever (EHF — alternatively Ebola hemorrhagic fever; commonly referred to as simply Ebola) is a recently identified, severe, often fatal infectious disease occurring in humans and some primates caused by the Ebola virus. ... IA-32, sometimes generically called x86 or even x86-32. ... The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), also called Human herpesvirus 4 (HHV-4), is a virus of the herpes family (which includes Herpes simplex virus and Cytomegalovirus), and one of the most common viruses in humans. ... Ecdysis is the molting of the cuticula in arthropods and related groups (Ecdysozoa). ... Ecdysone is a prohormone of the major insect moulting hormone 20-hydroxyecdysone. ... ECG may also refer to the East Coast Greenway Lead II An Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG, abbreviated from the German Elektrokardiogramm) is a graphic produced by an electrocardiograph, which records the electrical voltage in the heart in the form of a continuous strip graph. ... Classes Asteroidea Concentricycloidea Crinoidea Echinoidea Holothuroidea Ophiuroidea Echinoderms (Echinodermata) is a phylum of marine animals found in the ocean at all depths. ... Slate pencil urchin (cidaroid) Group of black, long-spined Caribbean sea urchins, Diadema antillarum (Philippi) Sea urchin roe. ... See: Animal echolocation: animals emitting sound waves and listening to the echo in order to locate objects or navigate. ... The echocardiogram is an ultrasound of the heart. ... An echovirus is a type of RNA virus that belongs to the Enterovirus and the Picornaviridae virus family. ... Eclampsia is a serious complication of pregnancy and is characterised by convulsions. ... ECM is an abbreviation of: Electret condenser microphone Electro chemical machining Electronic countermeasures Electronic control module Elliptic curve method (integer factorization) Enterprise content management Error correction mode (fax protocol) Extracellular matrix See also: ECM (record label) This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might... Ecology can mean either: the natural environment, or an analysis or study using the principles and methods of ecological science. ... In ecology, an ecosystem is a community of organisms (plant, animal and other living organisms - also referred as biocenose) together with their environment (or biotope), functioning as a unit. ... ECS can refer to: European Coal and Steel Community, the ECS abbreviation used by The World Factbook The abbreviation for an Engineers degree in computer science(Engineer in Computer Science) Elitegroup Computer Systems, a Taiwan-based electronics firm The Enhanced Chip Set for the Commodore Amiga computer Slang name... MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine), most commonly known today by the street name ecstasy, is a synthetic entactogen of the phenethylamine family whose primary effect is to stimulate the brain to rapidly secrete large amounts of serotonin, causing a general sense of openness, empathy, energy, euphoria, and well-being. ... Electroconvulsive therapy, also known as electroshock or ECT, is a controversial type of psychiatric shock therapy involving the induction of an artificial seizure in a patient by passing electricity through the brain. ... The ectoderm is outermost of the three germ layers of the developing embryo, the other two being the mesoderm and the endoderm. ... An ectopic pregnancy is one in which the fertilized ovum is implanted in any tissue other than the uterine wall. ... In cell biology, ectoplasm is the viscous fluid found inside living cells, in which organelles are suspended. ... The Republic of Ecuador is a country in northwestern South America, bounded by Colombia on the north, by Peru on the east and south, and by the Pacific Ocean on the west. ... Dermatitis, also known as eczema, is a skin irritation characterized by red, flaky skin, sometimes with cracks or tiny blisters. ... Edema ( BE: oedema, formerly known as dropsy) is swelling of any organ or tissue due to accumulation of excess fluid. ... Families Myrmecophagidae Megalonychidae Bradypodidae Dasypodidae The order Xenarthra is a group of placental mammals, extant today only in the Americas. ... Endothelium-derived relaxing factor (EDRF) was the tentative name of what was later discovered to be nitric oxide (NO). ... EDTA is the chemical compound ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid. ... Education encompasses teaching and learning specific skills, and also something less tangible but more profound: the imparting of knowledge, good judgement and wisdom. ... Educational psychology or school psychology is the psychological science studying how children and adults learn, the effectiveness of various educational strategies and tactics, and how schools function as organizations. ... EEG can mean: Electroencephalography - the method and science of recording and interpreting traces of brain electrical activity as recorded from the skull surface or the device used to record such traces Emperor Entertainment Group - A Hong Kong entertainment company. ... Juvenile American eels An eel is any of the fishes in the order Anguilliformes. ... Venlafaxine hydrochloride is a prescription antidepressant first introduced by Wyeth in 1993, and marketed under the tradename Effexor®. It is used primarily for the treatment of depression, generalized anxiety disorder, and social anxiety disorder in adults. ... In literature, effusion is the process of opening the flood gates to ones emotions, so to speak. ... Eflornithine is a drug developed by Aventis, which has various uses. ... EGF redirects here, as its the most common usage of the abbreviation; for more uses, see EGF (disambiguation). ... Egg has multiple meanings. ... Albumen redirects here. ... The egg yolk is the yellow inside an egg. ... eGO is a company that builds electric motor scooters which are becoming popular for urban transportation and vacation use. ... The Arab Republic of Egypt, commonly known as Egypt, (in Arabic: مصر, romanized Miṣr or Maṣr, in Egyptian dialect) is a republic mostly located in north-eastern Africa. ... Human ehrlichiosis is a zoonotic infection in humans transmitted by a variety of tick species. ... In biochemistry, eicosanoids are a class of oxygenated hydrophobic hormones that largely function as paracrine mediators. ... Male Anatomy The Ejaculatory ducts are part of the human male anatomy. ... ECG may also refer to the East Coast Greenway Lead II An Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG, abbreviated from the German Elektrokardiogramm) is a graphic produced by an electrocardiograph, which records the electrical voltage in the heart in the form of a continuous strip graph. ... Superorders Galeomorpha Batoidea Selachimorpha Elasmobranchii is the subclass of cartilaginous fishes that includes skates, rays and sharks. ... Protein Crystal Growth Porcine Elastase In molecular biology, elastase is an enzyme from the class of proteases (or better peptidases) that break down proteins. ... Elasticity has meanings in two different fields: In physics and mechanical engineering, the theory of elasticity describes how a solid object moves and deforms in response to external stress. ... Elastin, also known as elasticin, is a protein in connective tissue that is elastic and allows skin to return to its original position when it is poked or pinched. ... An elastomer is a material resembling rubber, characterized by having the ability to resume its shape after being greatly deformed. ... Elbow redirects here. ... Elder abuse is a single or repeated act or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship where there is an expectation of trust, which causes harm or distress to an older person. ... Old age consists of ages nearing the average lifespan of human beings, and thus the end of the human life cycle. ... Binomial name Electrophorus electricus The electric eel (Electrophorus electricus) is a most unusual species of fish. ... In physics, an electric field or E-field is an effect produced by an electric charge that exerts a force on charged objects in its vicinity. ... Families Narcinidae Torpedinidae If you came here looking for information about a fictional energy weapon, see raygun. ... Electrical conductance is the reciprocal of electrical resistance. ... In electrical engineering, impedance is a measure for the manner and degree a component resists the flow of electrical current if a given voltage is applied. ... Electrical potential is the potential energy per unit charge associated with a static (time-invariant) electric field, also called the electrostatic potential or the electric potential, typically measured in volts. ... ECG may also refer to the East Coast Greenway Lead II An Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG, abbreviated from the German Elektrokardiogramm) is a graphic produced by an electrocardiograph, which records the electrical voltage in the heart in the form of a continuous strip graph. ... ECG may also refer to the East Coast Greenway Lead II An Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG, abbreviated from the German Elektrokardiogramm) is a graphic produced by an electrocardiograph, which records the electrical voltage in the heart in the form of a continuous strip graph. ... Electrochemistry is the study of the electronic and electrical aspects of chemical reactions. ... Electroconvulsive therapy, also known as electroshock or ECT, is a controversial type of psychiatric shock therapy involving the induction of an artificial seizure in a patient by passing electricity through the brain. ... Alternative meanings: There is also an Electric-type Pokémon named Electrode. ... Electroencephalography is the neurophysiologic exploration of the electrical activity of the brain by the application of electrodes to the scalp. ... Electrofocusing, or isoelectric focusing, is a technique for separating different molecules by their electric charge differences (if they have any charge). ... An electrolyte is a substance which dissociates free ions when dissolved (or molten), to produce an electrically conductive medium. ... The electromagnetic field (EMF) is composed of two related vectorial fields, the electric field and the magnetic field. ... Electromagnetic radiation or EM radiation is a combination (cross product) of oscillating electric and magnetic fields perpendicular to each other, moving through space as a wave, effectively transporting energy and momentum. ... Electromyography (EMG) is a medical technique for measuring muscle response to nervous stimulation. ... Properties The electron (also called negatron, commonly represented as e−) is a subatomic particle. ... Electron density is the measure of the probability of an electron being present at a specific location. ... In electron energy loss spectroscopy a material is exposed to a beam of electrons with a known kinetic energy. ... The electron microscope is a microscope that can magnify very small details with high resolving power due to the use of electrons rather than light to scatter off material, magnifying at levels up to 500,000 times. ... Overview Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) or Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) is a spectroscopic technique which detects species that have unpaired electrons, generally meaning that it must be a free radical, if it is an organic molecule, or that it has transition metal ions if it is a inorganic complex. ... The electron transfer chain (also called the electron transport chain, or simply electron transport), is a series of protein complexers and lipid messengers spanning the inner mitochondrial membrane that accepts electrons from electron donors such as NADH or succinate, shuttles these electrons from within the mitochondrial matrix across the inner... Electronic data processing (also: Information Technology or IT) can refer to the use of automated methods to process commercial data. ... E-mail, or email, is short for electronic mail and is a method of composing, sending, and receiving messages over electronic communication systems. ... Electrophilic substitution reactions are chemical reactions in which an electrophile displaces another group, typically but not always hydrogen. ... SDS-PAGE autoradiography Gel electrophoresis is a group of techniques used by scientists to separate molecules based on physical characteristics such as size, shape, or isoelectric point. ... For the genus of fish family Electrophoridae, see electric eel An electrophorus is a simple plate capacitor used to collect static charge produced as a result of friction, devised in 18th century by Johannes Wilcke and Alessandro Volta. ... Electrophysiology is the science and branch of physiology that pertains to the flow of ions in biological tissues and, in particular, to the electrical recording techniques that enable the measurement of this flow. ... In molecular biology, the process of electroporation is used for the transformation of bacteria or plant protoplasts. ... Electrotherapy involves using an electric current to enhance the function of or heal an organism (especially a human). ... Generally, an element is a basic part that is the foundation of something. ... Primary or elementary education is the first years of formal, structured education that occurs during childhood. ... Genera and Species Loxodonta Loxodonta cyclotis Loxodonta africana Elephas Elephas maximus Proboscidea is an order including only one extant family, Elephantidae or the elephants, with three species: the Savannah Elephant and Forest Elephant (which were collectively known as the African Elephant), and the Asian Elephant (formerly known as the Indian... The Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA or EIA for short) is a method usually employed in biochemistry to detect if a certain substance is present in a sample. ... ELISPOT is an immunological assay based on ELISA (Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay). ... In medicine, an embolism occurs when an object (the embolus, plural emboli) migrates from one part of the body (through the circulation) and cause(s) a blockage (occlusion) of a blood vessel in another part of the body. ... Categories: Biology stubs | Developmental biology ... Embryogenesis is the process by which the embryo is formed and develops. ... Developmental biology or embryology (Greek εμβρυολογία) is the study of the process by which organisms grow and develop. ... Emergency services are services that deal with emergencies and other aspects of Public Safety. ... Vomiting (or emesis) is the forceful expulsion of the contents of ones stomach through the mouth. ... Vomiting (or emesis) is the forceful expulsion of the contents of ones stomach through the mouth. ... EMG can refer to: electromyogram, a recording of the extracellular field potentials produced by muscles. ... Emigration is the action and the phenomenon of leaving ones native country to settle abroad. ... In psychology and common terminology, emotion is the language of a persons internal state of being, normally based in or tied to their internal (physical) and external (social) sensory feeling. ... Empathy is awareness of the thoughts, feelings, or states of mind of others, perhaps by means of some degree of vicarious experience of others feelings or mental states. ... Emphysema is a chronic lung disease. ... Employment is a contract between two parties, one being the employer and the other being the employee. ... Employment is a contract between two parties, one being the employer and the other being the employee. ... The abbreviation EMU is an acronym with multiple uses. ... An emulsion is a mixture of two immiscible substances. ... Enalapril is an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor used in the treatment of hypertension and some types of chronic heart failure. ... In chemistry two stereoisomers are said to be enantiomers if one can be superimposed on the mirror image of the other, and vice versa. ... Encephalitis is an acute inflammation of the brain, commonly caused by a viral infection. ... Encephalomyelitis is a general term for inflammation of the brain and spinal cord, describing a number of disorders: acute disseminated encephalomyelitis or postinfectious encephalomyelitis, a demyelinating disease of the brain and spinal cord, possibly triggered by vaccination or viral infection; encephalomyelitis disseminata, a synonym for multiple sclerosis; equine encephalomyelitis, a... Encopresis is the involuntary fecal soiling in children who have already been toilet trained. ... Encounter groups sprang up in the New Age psychic-awareness environment of the 1960s, and explored new models of inter-personal communication and the intensification of psychological experience. ... Endarterectomy is a surgical procedure to remove or bypass the atheromatous plaque material, or blockage, in the lining of an artery constricted by the buildup of fatty deposits. ... Endocarditis is an inflammation of the inner layer of the heart, the endocardium. ... In the heart, the endocardium is the innermost layer of cells, embryologically and biologically similar to the endothelium that lines blood vessels. ... Endocrinology is a branch of medicine dealing with disorders of the endocrine system and its specific secretions called hormones. ... An endocrine gland is one of a set of internal organs involved in the secretion of hormones into the blood. ... Endocrine surgery is a surgical procedure that is performed to achieve a hormonal or anti-hormonal effect in the body. ... The endocrine system is a control system of ductless endocrine glands that secrete chemical messengers called hormones that circulate within the body via the bloodstream to affect distant organs. ... Endocrinology is a branch of medicine dealing with disorders of the endocrine system and its specific secretions called hormones. ... Endocytosis is a process whereby cells absorb material (molecules or other cells) outside their cell membranes. ... The endoderm is one of the three germ layers of the developing embryo, the other two being the ectoderm and the mesoderm. ... Endodontics is a sub-specialty of dentistry, that deals with the tooth pulp or dentine complex. ... Endolymph is the fluid contained in the membranous labyrinth of the inner ear. ... Endometriosis is a common medical condition where the tissue lining the uterus (the endometrium, from endo, inside, and metrium, mother) is found outside of the uterus, typically affecting other organs in the pelvis. ... The endometrium is the uterine membrane in mammals which is thickened in preparation for fertilization, and into which a fertilized egg is implanted upon its arrival into the uterus. ... The hypereosinophilic syndrome is a disease process characterized by a persistently elevated eosinophil count (≥ 1500 eosinophils/mm3) in the blood for at least six months without any recognizable cause after a careful workup, with evidence of involvement of either the heart, nervous system, or bone marrow. ... Endonucleases are enzymes that cleave the phosphodiester bond within a nucleotide chain. ... Peptidases (proteases [pronounced pro-tea-aces] and proteolytic enzymes are also commonly used) are enzymes which break peptide bonds of proteins. ... The endoplasmic reticulum or ER (endoplasmic means within the cytoplasm, reticulum means little net) is an organelle found in all eukaryotic cells. ... Endorphins are endogenous opioid biochemical compounds. ... Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is endoscopy of the biliary tree and the pancreatic duct. ... Endoscopy means looking inside and refers to looking inside the human body for medical reasons. ... In biology an endosome is an endocytotic vesicle derived from the plasma membrane. ... Endotoxin is part of the outer membrane of the cell wall of Gram-negative bacteria. ... This rectal bulb syringe may be used to administer small enemas. ... Energy balance has meanings in several fields: In physics, energy balance is a systematic presentation of energy flows and transformations in a system. ... Enflurane is an outdated halogenated ether that was commonly used for inhalation anesthesia during the 1970s and 1980s. ... Royal motto: Dieu et mon droit (French: God and my right) Englands location within the UK Official language English de facto Capital London de facto Largest city London Area  - Total Ranked 1st UK 130,395 km² Population  - Total (2001)  - Density Ranked 1st UK 49,138,831 377/km² Religion... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Endorphins are endogenous opioid biochemical compounds. ... Enol (or, more officially, but less commonly: alkenol) is an alkene with hydroxyl group on one of the carbon atoms of the double bond. ... The entamoebae are a group of parasitic and commensal amoebae which lack mitochondria. ... Entamoeba histolytica is a parasitic protozoan, belonging among the entamoebae. ... A nasogastric tube (NG tube) is a plastic tube, inserted into a nostril through the nose, into the throat, down the oesophagus and into the stomach. ... The enteric nervous system is an interdependent part of the autonomic nervous system. ... Enteritis is the inflammation of the small intestine (inflammation of the large intestine is termed colitis). ... Genera see text The Enterobacteriaceae are a large family of bacteria, including many of the more familiar pathogens, such as Salmonella and Escherichia coli. ... Species Enterococcus is a bacterium, of the phylum Firmicutes. ... This page is a candidate to be moved to Wiktionary. ... Species Polio virus Coxsackie virus Echo virus The enteroviruses are a genus of (+)ssRNA viruses associated with several human and mammalian diseases. ... Enthalpy (symbolized H, also called heat content) is the sum of the internal energy of matter and the product of its volume multiplied by the pressure. ... The entorhinal cortext (EC) is an important memory center in the brain. ... For other uses of the term entropy, see Entropy (disambiguation) The thermodynamic entropy S, often simply called the entropy in the context of thermodynamics, is a measure of the amount of energy in a physical system that cannot be used to do work. ... Bedwetting (or enuresis) is involuntary urination while asleep in bed. ... Environment - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins/monobook/IE50Fixes. ... Environmental engineering is the application of science and engineering principles to improving the environment (air, water, and/or land resources), to provide healthful water, air and land for human habitation and for other organisms, and to investigate the possibilities for remediation of polluted sites. ... Environmental health is defined by the World Health Organisation as: Those aspects of human health and disease that are determined by factors in the environment. ... Environmental movement is a term often used for any social or political movement directed towards the preservation, restoration, or enhancement of the natural environment. ... Neuraminidase ribbon diagram An enzyme (in Greek en = in and zyme = blend) is a protein, or protein complex, that catalyzes a chemical reaction and also controls the 3D orientation of the catalyzed substrates. ... Enzyme activity is the catalytic effect exerted by an enzyme. ... Eosinophils are white blood cells that are responsible for combating infection by parasites in the body. ... Eosinophilia is the state of having high eosinophil granulocytes in the blood. ... Ependyma is the thin epithelial membrane lining the ventricular system of the brain and the spinal cord canal Categories: Anatomy stubs | Physiology ... Ependymona are intracranial tumors arising from the inner lining of the ventricles and the spinal canal. ... Ephedrine (EPH) is a sympathomimetic amine commonly used as a decongestant. ... Epicardium describes the outer layer of heart tissue (from Greek; epi- outer, cardium heart). ... An epidemic is generally a widespread disease that affects many individuals in a population. ... Epidemiology (Greek epi = upon, among; demos = people, district; logos = word, discourse), defined literally, is the study of epidemics in humans. ... EGF redirects here, as its the most common usage of the abbreviation; for more uses, see EGF (disambiguation). ... Epidermis could refer to: In plants, the outermost layer of cells covering the leaves and young parts of a plant, see plant dermal tissue system. ... In medicine (dermatology) Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) is a rare genetic disease characterized by the presence of extremely fragile skin and recurrent blister formation, resulting from minor mechanical friction or trauma. ... Male Anatomy The epididymis is part of the human male reproductive system and is present in all mammals. ... Epididymitis is a medical condition where the epididymis becomes inflamed. ... The epidural space is a part of the human spine which is very close to the spinal cord, lying just outside the dura mater. ... The epiglottis is a structure at the back of the throat formed of cartilage covered with mucous membrane. ... Epilepsy (often referred to as a seizure disorder) is a chronic neurological condition characterized by recurrent unprovoked seizures. ... Epinephrine (INN) or adrenaline (BAN) is a hormone and a neurotransmitter. ... For other uses of the word bone, see bone (disambiguation). ... Figure 1 : Schematic drawing of a bacterium with plasmids enclosed. ... In zootomy, epithelium is a tissue composed of a layer of cells. ... An epitope is the part of a foreign organism (or its proteins) that is being recognised by the immune system and targeted by antibodies, cytotoxic T cells or both. ... Epogen is the brand name of a form of Epoetin produced by the pharmaceutical company Amgen Inc. ... An epoxide is an ether in which the oxygen atom is part of a ring of three atoms. ... In general, the epoxide hydrolase system functions in detoxication during drug metabolism. ... Infectious mononucleosis (also known as mono, the kissing disease, Pfeiffers disease, and, in British English, glandular fever) is a disease seen most commonly in adolescents and young adults, characterized by fever, sore throat and fatigue. ... Species - Donkey - Domestic Horse - Grevys Zebra - Onager - Przewalskis Horse - Plains Zebra - Mountain Zebra Equidae is the family of horse-like animals, order Perissodactyla. ... ... Ergocalciferol is a form of Vitamin D with the systematic name (5Z,7E,22E)-(3S)-9,10-seco-5,7,10(19),22-ergostatetraen-3-ol. ... Chemical structure of ergoline Ergoline is a chemical compound whose structure serves as the skeleton for a diverse range of alkaloids and synthetic drugs. ... Ergonomics (from Greek ergon work and nomoi natural laws) is the study of designing objects to be better adapted to the shape of the human body and/or to correct the users posture. ... Ergosterol is the biological precursor to Vitamin D2. ... An ergot kernel occurs when a normal grain kernel is replaced by a sclerotium, or fungal body, as a result of infection by the Claviceps purpurea fungus. ... ERP is a TLA (three-letter abbreviation) that may stand for: Early redemption penalty Early retirement plan Earth rotation parameters Effective radiated power Effective refractory period Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo (Argentina) Electronic road pricing Emergency response plan Emergency response program Employee retirement plan Enterprise resource planning Environmental resource permit Environmental... The process of burping, also known as a belching or eructation, is an often audible release through the mouth of gas that has accumulated in the stomach or esophagus. ... Erythema is an abnormal redness of the skin caused by capillary congestion. ... Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) is a severe and potentially life-threatening (15% of cases) disease, it is a hypersensitivity complex affecting the skin and the mucous membranes, a severe expression of erythema multiforme (EM) (and so SJS is also called erythema multiforme major). ... Binomial name Erythrocebus patas Schreber, 1775 The Patas Monkey (Erythrocebus patas) is a ground-dwelling monkey distributed over West Africa. ... Human red blood cells Red blood cells are the most common type of blood cell and are the vertebrate bodys principal means of delivering oxygen to body tissues via the blood. ... Erythromycin is a macrolide antibiotic which has an antimicrobial spectrum similar or slightly wider to that of penicillin, and is often used for people who have an allergy to penicillins. ... Erythropoiesis is the process by which red blood cells (erythrocytes) are produced. ... The porphyrias are inherited or acquired disorders of certain enzymes in the heme biosynthetic pathway (also called porphyrin pathway). ... Erythropoietin (or EPO) is a glycoprotein hormone It is a growth factor hormone for erythrocyte (red blood cell) precursors in the bone marrow. ... Escape reaction (startle reaction) is a term used in behavior physiology to describe the details of the flight of attacked animals (predator/prey relationship). ... Binomial name Escherichia coli T. Escherich, 1885 Escherichia coli (usually abbreviated to E. coli) is one of the main species of bacteria that live in the lower intestines of warm-blooded animals (including birds and mammals) and are necessary for the proper digestion of food. ... Eskimo is a term used for a group of people who inhabit the circumpolar region (excluding circumpolar Scandinavia and all but the easternmost portions of Russia) There are two main groups of Eskimo: the Inuit of northern Alaska, Canada and Greenland and the Yupik of western Alaska and the Russian... Esophageal atresia is a congenital medical condition (birth defect) which effects the alimentary tract. ... Esophageal cancer is cancer of the esophagus. ... Esophageal speech (or voice) is an alternate method for speech production without the oscillation in the vocal folds. ... In medicine (gastroenterology), esophageal varices are extreme dilations of sub mucosal veins in the mucosa of the esophagus in diseases featuring portal hypertension, secondary to cirrhosis primarily. ... In medicine (gastroenterology), esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) or upper endoscopy is a diagnostic endoscopic procedure that visualises the upper part of the gastrointestinal tract. ... The esophagus, oe/œsophagus*, or gullet is the muscular tube in vertebrates through which ingested food passes from the mouth area to the stomach. ... ESR can stand for many things, including: electron spin resonance The initials of open source software advocate Eric S. Raymond erythrocyte sedimentation rate Earlham School of Religion at Earlham College in Indiana, United States Electo Slag Remelting This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that... First, what is an amino acid? Amino Acids are chemical substances that make up protein. ... Essential fatty acids are fatty acids that are required in the human diet. ... Essential hypertension is a subtype of arterial hypertension in which no one specific etiology can be isolated as the cause of increased blood pressure. ... Thrombocytopenia (or -paenia, or thrombopenia in short) is the presence of relatively few platelets in blood. ... For the Biblical Ester, see Esther. ... Esterification is the general name for a chemical reaction in that an ester is the reaction product. ... Estivation or aestivation (from Latin aestas, summer) is a state of dormancy similar to hibernation. ... Estradiol is a naturally occurring byproduct of cholesterol metabolism (by way of testosterone) and is vital to the maintenance of fertility and secondary sex characteristics in females. ... Estriol is one of the three main estrogens produced by the human body. ... Estrogens (or oestrogens) are a group of steroid compounds that function as the primary female sex hormone. ... The estrogen receptor is a receptor for estrogen; it is located intracellularly, in parallel with other steroid hormone receptors. ... Estrone is an estrogenic hormone secreted by the ovary. ... Estrus (also spelled œstrus) or heat in female mammals is the period of greatest female sexual responsiveness usually coinciding with ovulation. ... Estrus (also spelled œstrus) or heat in female mammals is the period of greatest female sexual responsiveness usually coinciding with ovulation. ... Ethane is a chemical compound with chemical formula C2H6. ... Ethyl alcohol, also known as ethanol or grain alcohol, is a flammable, colorless chemical compound, one of the alcohols that is most often found in alcoholic beverages. ... Ethanolamine, or 2-Amino ethanol, is a toxic flammable corrosive colorless viscous liquid with an odor similar to ammonia. ... For ether as it applies to physics and philosophy, see Aether; for the Mormon prophet Ether, see Book of Ether. ... Ethics is a general term for what is often described as the science (study) of morality. In philosophy, ethical behavior is that which is good or right. ... Categories: Move to Wiktionary | Stub | Persecution ... This article or section should be merged with ethnicity An ethnic group is a group of people who identify with one another, or are so identified by others, on the basis of a boundary that distinguishes them from other groups. ... Ethnography (from the Greek ethnos = nation and graphe = writing) refers to the qualitative description of human social phenomena, based on months or years of fieldwork. ... Ethology is the scientific study of animal behaviour (particularly of social animals such as primates and canids), and is a branch of zoology. ... Ethyl alcohol, also known as ethanol or grain alcohol, is a flammable, colorless chemical compound, one of the alcohols that is most often found in alcoholic beverages. ... Ethylene or ethene is the simplest alkene hydrocarbon, consisting of two carbon atoms and four hydrogens. ... Ethylene glycol (IUPAC name:ethane-1,2-diol) is a chemical compound widely used as an automotive antifreeze (coolant). ... Ethyl alcohol, also known as ethanol or grain alcohol, is a flammable, colorless chemical compound, one of the alcohols that is most often found in alcoholic beverages. ... Phyla/Divisions Actinobacteria Aquificae Bacteroidetes/Chlorobi Chlamydiae/Verrucomicrobia Chloroflexi Chrysiogenetes Cyanobacteria Deferribacteres Deinococcus-Thermus Dictyoglomi Fibrobacteres/Acidobacteria Firmicutes Fusobacteria Gemmatimonadetes Nitrospirae Omnibacteria Planctomycetes Proteobacteria Spirochaetes Thermodesulfobacteria Thermomicrobia Thermotogae Bacteria is also the fictional name of a warring nation under Benzino Napaloni as dictator, in the 1940 film The Great Dictator... Euchromatin is a type of chromatin that is rich in gene concentration (contrast this to heterochromatin). ... The word eugenics (from the Greek εὐγενής, for well-born) was coined in 1883 by Sir Francis Galton, a cousin of Charles Darwin, to refer to the study and use of selective breeding (of animals or humans) to improve a species over generations, specifically in regards to hereditary features. ... Euglena is a well-known genus of flagellate protozoa, typical of the euglenids, and commonly found in nutrient-rich freshwater, with a few marine species. ... Kingdoms Eukaryotes are organisms with complex cells, in which the genetic material is organized into membrane-bound nuclei. ... Euphoria may refer to: A psychological state of intense good feeling Euphoria (band), a psychedelic music group. ... World map showing location of Europe A satellite composite image of Europe Europe is geologically and geographically a peninsula, forming the westernmost part of Eurasia. ... This article is about the continent. ... Binomial name Talpa europaea Linnaeus, 1758 The European Mole, Talpa europaea, is a mammal of the order Insectivora. ... General Name, Symbol, Number Europium, Eu, 63 Chemical series Lanthanides Group, Period, Block _, 6, f Density, Hardness 5244 kg/m3, no data Appearance silvery white Atomic properties Atomic weight 151. ... Classes Halobacteria Methanobacteria Methanococci Methanomicrobia Methanosarcinae Methanopyri Archaeoglobi Thermoplasmata Thermococci The Euryarchaeota are a major group of Archaea. ... The Eustachian tube is a part of the ear, an evolutionary descendant of the gills in fish. ... Eutheria is a classification system nearly synonymous with Placentalia. ... Evaluation describes the process of examining information about an evaluand. ... Evaporation is the process whereby atoms or molecules in a liquid state (or solid state if the substance sublimes) gain sufficient energy to enter the gaseous state. ... In neurophysiology, an evoked potential (or evoked response) is an electrical potential recorded from a human or animal subject following presentation of a stimulus, as distinct from spontaneous potentials such as electroencephalograms or electromyograms. ... This article is about biological evolution. ... Excitotoxins are usually amino acids, such as glutamate and aspartate. ... Excretion is the biological process by which an organism separates waste products from its body. ... The word exercise can mean the following: A setting in action or practicing. ... Exhalation is the movement of air out of the alveoli, through the airways, to the external environment during breathing. ... The word exhaust can mean:- A verb meaning tire out, as in After the long gallop, his horse was exhausted. ... Fatigue is a feeling of excessive tiredness or lethargy, with a desire to rest, perhaps to sleep. ... Exocrine gland refers to glands that secrete their products via a duct. ... Exocytosis is the process of a biological cell releasing substances into the extracellular fluid (its environment). ... An exoenzyme is an enzyme that is secreted by a cell and that works outside that cell. ... The exon portion of a DNA strand encodes a specific portion of a protein. ... Exonucleases are enzymes that cleave nucleotides one at a time from an end of a polynucleotide chain. ... Exoskeleton, in contrast of endoskeleton, is a general term to describe various external anatomical features that support and protect animals bodies. ... An exotoxin is a soluble chemical excreted by a microorganism, including bacteria, fungi, algae, and protozoa. ... A cough medicine or antitussive is a medication given to people to help them stop coughing. ... This page is about the general concept; for the concept in roleplaying games, see experience point. ... The first statistician to consider a methodology for the design of experiments was Sir Ronald A. Fisher. ... An expert system is a class of computer programs developed by researchers in artificial intelligence during the 1970s and applied commercially throughout the 1980s. ... Expiration (2003) is an independent feature film directed by Gavin Heffernan In respiration, expiration is initiated by a decrease in volume and positive pressure exerted upon the intrapleural space upon diaphragm relaxation. ... An expression vector is a relatively small DNA molecule that can be used to carry a specific gene into a target cell. ... In cell biology, molecular biology and related fields, the word extracellular means outside the cell. It is used in contrast to intracellular (inside the cell). ... In biology, extracellular matrix (ECM) is any material part of a tissue but not part of any cell. ... In intensive care medicine, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) is a technique of providing oxygen to patients whose lungs are so severely diseased that they can no longer serve their function. ... The terms Introvert and Extrovert (originally spelled Extravert by Carl Jung, who invented the terms) are referred to as attitudes and show how a person orients and receives their energy. ... An exudate is any thick fluid that is actively secreted by cells as a result of disease. ... This article refers to the sight organ. ... Physical or chemical injuries of the eye can be a serious threat to vision if not treated appropriately and in a timely fashion. ... Laser and non-laser surgery While the terms laser eye surgery and refractive surgery are commonly used as if they were interchangeable, this is not the case. ... Glasses, spectacles, or eyeglasses are frames bearing lenses worn in front of the eyes, sometimes for purely aesthetic reasons but normally for vision correction or eye protection. ... An eyelid is a thin membrane of skin with the purpose of covering and protecting an eye. ...


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