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Keywords and Sections
BONE DEVELOPMENT
BLOOD FORMS CLOTS
PATIENT
PRODUCTION
LONG
YEARS
GROWTH
STEPS
PLASMIDS
ABSORPTION
DIGESTION
BRAIN REGIONS
MATING
GLIAL CELLS
COMING YEARS
DNA REPLICATION
GALLSTONE FORMATION
ANIMAL CELLS
BLOOD COAGULATION
THOROUGH UNDERSTANDING
GERMANISATION
REGULATION
LIPOGENESIS
BONE REPAIR
NUMBER
COMPLEX
BODY FLUIDS
INTERPRETING
INVOLVING
TUNING
BLOOD
PHOTOSYNTHESIS
END RESULT
CELLS
EMBRYOGENESIS
FORMATION
CONIDIOPHORES
PROTEINS
COAGULATION
COMPLEX PROCESS
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Bone Development

  1. Bone development is a complex process, but it is only half the story. (Web site)

Blood Forms Clots

  1. Coagulation is a complex process by which blood forms clots.

Patient

  1. There are many different kinds of depression and being able to identify what kind the patient is displaying is a complex process. (Web site)

Production

  1. As one might expect, the blending of concepts is a complex process, with the production of concepts never the result of applying just one mapping. (Web site)

Long

  1. Taking an aircraft from the drawing board to flight is a long and complex process, and the test pilot is a key player.

Years

  1. During its first few years, the company was occupied with the complex process of setting up an open-hearth furnace for refining steel scrap and pig iron. (Web site)
  2. Up until a few years ago, teeth whitening was a fairly complex process - the hard part was making those fitted mouthpieces for each patient.
  3. Up until a few years ago, teeth whitening was a fairly complex process.

Growth

  1. Growth is a very complex process, and requires the coordinated action of several hormones. (Web site)

Steps

  1. Cellular respiration is a very complex process that consists of many steps that take place inside the cell, in an organelle called a mitochondrion. (Web site)

Plasmids

  1. Conjugative plasmids contain so-called tra-genes, which perform the complex process of conjugation, the transfer of plasmids to another bacterium (Fig. (Web site)

Absorption

  1. Absorption of vitamin B 12 is a complex process. (Web site)

Digestion

  1. Digestion is a complex process which is controlled by several factors. (Web site)
  2. The complex process of digestion affects the timing and the location of a reaction. (Web site)

Brain Regions

  1. However, recent evidence suggests that other brain regions might also be involved in this complex process. (Web site)

Mating

  1. Mating in fungi - Mating in fungi is a complex process governed by mating type s.

Glial Cells

  1. Regardless of the cause, a dynamic and complex process of events occurs involving injuries to the axon or injuries to neurons and glial cells, or both.

Coming Years

  1. In the coming years, integration into the Internal Market will involve a complex process of approximation of legislation, norms and standards. (Web site)

Dna Replication

  1. From this highly ordered structure, DNA replication requires a complex process of nicking, unfolding, replication, and splicing. (Web site)

Gallstone Formation

  1. Gallstone formation is a complex process mediated by genetic, metabolic, immune, and environmental factors.

Animal Cells

  1. In plant and animal cells, a complex process of chemical reactions in which oxygen is used to break glucose into carbon dioxide and water.

Blood Coagulation

  1. Blood coagulation is a complex process. (Web site)

Thorough Understanding

  1. Asset forfeiture is a complex process that requires a thorough understanding of current statutes relating to seizable assets under current Texas Law. (Web site)

Germanisation

  1. A complex process of Germanisation took place in Bohemia after the 1620 defeat of Bohemian Protestants.

Regulation

  1. The regulation of thyroid function is a complex process that involves the brain (hypothalamus) and pituitary gland. (Web site)

Lipogenesis

  1. However, the regulation of lipogenesis is a complex process.

Bone Repair

  1. This complex process of bone development occurs within all mammals, both in the womb and when bone repair is necessary.

Number

  1. Clotting is a complex process, involving a number of steps and several bodily substances.

Complex

  1. The development and execution of business models is a complex process to begin with, and it becomes even more complex when we factor in the Internet.

Body Fluids

  1. Through a complex process, excessive water intake can lower sodium content in body fluids and predispose one to seizures. (Web site)

Interpreting

  1. Not as simple as it sounds, interpreting is a complex process that requires a high degree of linguistic, cognitive and technical skills.

Involving

  1. Making and storing memories is a complex process involving many regions of the brain, including the frontal, temporal and parietal lobes.
  2. Coagulation is a complex process involving many different proteins, but the most important is probably thrombin. (Web site)
  3. Normal blood coagulation is a complex process involving as many as 20 different plasma proteins, which are known as blood clotting or coagulation factors.

Tuning

  1. The tuning and construction of a gamelan orchestra is a complex process.

Blood

  1. Coagulation, or clotting, occurs as a complex process involving several components of the blood. (Web site)
  2. Blood clotting, or blood coagulation, is a complex process involving platelets, coagulation factors present in the blood and blood vessels.

Photosynthesis

  1. Photosynthesis is a very important and complex process in nature and some of its phases are still not completely understood. (Web site)
  2. Photosynthesis is a complex process that primitive organisms developed to help survive on the surface of the planet. (Web site)
  3. The results were extremely unreliable, often the opposite to that expected and were a poor introduction to the complex process of photosynthesis. (Web site)

End Result

  1. Coronary artery disease is the end result of a complex process called atherosclerosis (commonly called "hardening of the arteries"). (Web site)

Cells

  1. If the pathogen succeeds in passing this barrier, a more complex process, involving other cells of the immune system, is necessary. (Web site)
  2. Signalling events between bacteria and host cells are an integral component of the dynamic and complex process of infection and disease. (Web site)

Embryogenesis

  1. In nature, the fertilized egg cell undergoes a complex process known as embryogenesis to become a mature phenotype. (Web site)
  2. Patterning of the external genitalia during embryogenesis is a complex process, yet it has been poorly understood at a molecular level.

Formation

  1. Development of tooth is the complex process, involves formation of teeth from embryonic cells and starts growing slowly erupting into the mouth. (Web site)
  2. The formation and evolution of galaxies is a complex process that is poorly understood.
  3. Formation of tooth enamel is a very complex process in which a specific set of proteins secreted by ameloblasts play a primordial role.

Conidiophores

  1. Conidiophore Formation The formation of conidiophores in a colony is a complex process that can be divided into several morphologically distinct stages (Fig.

Proteins

  1. NER is a more complex process than BER, and utilizes a large number of proteins that are evolutionarily conserved among eukaryotes.
  2. Blood coagulation is a fairly complex process, which involves a large number of other proteins and messenger substances. (Web site)
  3. The blood's ability to clot is a complex process involving platelets (also called thrombocytes) and proteins called clotting factors. (Web site)

Coagulation

  1. The coagulation of blood is a complex process during which blood forms solid clots. (Web site)
  2. The coagulation of human blood is a complex process during which blood forms solid clots.
  3. Coagulation, or clotting, is a complex process involving at least 20 components of the blood, including various enzymes, messenger chemicals, and proteins. (Web site)

Complex Process

  1. Tooth development is the complex process by which teeth form from embryonic cells, grow, and erupt into the mouth. (Web site)
  2. Development: Tooth development is the complex process by which teeth form from embryo nic cells, grow, and erupt into the mouth.
  3. Coagulation is a complex process that involves blood cells called platelets, various coagulation factors that are circulating in the blood and blood vessels. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Anatomy > Mouth > Teeth > Tooth Development
  2. Anatomy > Tissues > Blood > Coagulation
  3. Conidiophores
  4. Embryogenesis
  5. End Result
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