The liver cells fulfill about 3,000 biochemical functions but they are massively reduced by tough connective tissue.
I may be outsourcing the raising of my children, but not because I am lazy; I have the biochemical markers of a bad mommy.
They also exchange information, mainly through gestures, noises, and biochemical signals.
The physiologist cannot afford to lose this process from the category of chemico-vital, or biochemical manifestations.
Academic physicians should not dismiss this because we do not know its biochemical aspects.
biochemical taxonomy of South American amphibians by means of skin amines and polypeptides.
Bacteria are supposed to have played a part in the early stage of alteration, sometimes called the biochemical stage.
Rain water more readily penetrates, carrying dissolved substances with it: biochemical decompositions also proceed.
biochemistry bi·o·chem·is·try (bī'ō-kěm'ĭ-strē)
The study of the chemical substances and vital processes occurring in living organisms.
The chemical composition of a particular living system or biological substance.
The study of the structure and interactions of the complex organic molecules found in living systems.