from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Life; living organism: biome.
- Biology; biological: biophysics.
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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a prefix meaning of or pertaining to life, produced by living things, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An element in many compound words, chiefly scientific, meaning life.
When she lost her job at Pennzoil back in 2000, it took her seven months to find a new one at Quintiles, a bio- and pharmaceutical-services company.
The new agreement continues to ban shipments of soy-whey products and bio- solids to the recycling facilities, and will prohibit soils contaminated with more than 500 parts per million of petroleum hydrocarbons.
Once a small Japanese pharmaceutical corp, Aikida was now the largest bio- and gen-tech corp in the world, with global headquarters in Chindia and a major presence in every developed country except the United States.
Many experts advocate that we adopt such a principle for other potentially dangerous technologies, such as bio- and nano-technologies.
This combines the idea of living energy uniquely associated with living organisms (bio-) with that of electricity (-electric) and negatively charged ions (-ionic), which as we shall see below comprise the essential nature of chee.
China spends on green energy and bio- and nanotechnology, that will most likely become products in the 2020s.
General knowledge or interest in rehabilitation and/or bio- or mechanical engineering principles.
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Advanced BioHealing's lead product is Dermagraft, a bio- engineered skin substitute used to treat diabetic foot ulcers, Dublin-based Shire said yesterday in a statement.
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