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Noun biological process has 1 sense
- organic process, biological process - a process occurring in living organisms
--1 is a kind of process
--1 has particulars:
| ||adaptation, adjustment; agglutination; aging, ageing, senescence; anabolism, constructive metabolism; anovulation; antisepsis, asepsis; assimilation, absorption; autoregulation; bacteriostasis; blooming, bloom; bodily process, body process, bodily function, activity; carbon cycle; catabolism, katabolism, dissimilation, destructive metabolism; cell division, cellular division; crossing over, crossover; defoliation; deossification; digestion; eburnation; ecchymosis; effacement; erythropoiesis; evolution, phylogeny, phylogenesis; expression; extravasation; gastrulation; glycogenesis; growth, growing, maturation, development, ontogeny, ontogenesis; hematopoiesis, haematopoiesis, hemopoiesis, haemopoiesis, hemogenesis, haemogenesis, hematogenesis, haematogenesis, sanguification; heredity; humification; hypostasis, epistasis; implantation, nidation; inhibition; invagination, introversion, intussusception, infolding; involution; cytokinesis; karyokinesis; keratinization, keratinisation; Krebs cycle, Krebs citric acid cycle, citric acid cycle, tricarboxylic acid cycle; lymphopoiesis; lysogenization, lysogenisation; maturation, ripening, maturement; metabolism, metabolic process, metastasis; metamorphosis, metabolism; nitrogen cycle; nitrogen fixation; nondevelopment; nutrition; organification; ossification; ovulation; oxidative phosphorylation; parturition, birth, giving birth, birthing; pathologic process, pathological process; perennation; quellung, quellung reaction; quickening; regeneration; regulation; replication; reproduction; resorption, reabsorption; ripening, aging, ageing; secretion, secernment; segregation; shedding, sloughing; summation; symphysis; synapsis; synizesis, synezesis; transcription; transduction; translation; protein folding, folding; translocation; translocation; transpiration; tumefaction; ulceration; vascularization, vascularisation; vesiculation, vesication, blistering|