On leaving the Navy, Shulgin returned to Berkeley, where he earned a Ph.D. in biochemistry.
Manure spreaders and tree sprayers, reflective of advances in biochemistry, also survived.
"You know what you can do with your physiology and biochemistry," Bowman said succinctly.
From odorless garlic to tofu smelling of pork chops, everything is within the possibility of biochemistry.
biochemistry came into being and, with Liebig as foster-parent, grew into modern Physiology.
But about Bruckian anatomy, physiology or biochemistry, the little emissary would tell them nothing.
Several calves were born, and seemed to be doing well; the biochemistry of Tanith and Khepera were safely alike.
Completing work on his Master's in biochemistry at Cambridge when the Spanish show started.
They actually did have a remarkable grasp of physiology and biochemistry, and constantly sought to learn more.
But, as I've said, with no false modesty, I'm no slouch in my field of biochemistry.
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.