Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to biochemistry; biochemic; also, chemicophysiological.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective of or pertaining to biochemistry.
  • noun a chemical substance produced by a living organism, or such a substance produced synthetically.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective of, or relating to biochemistry
  • adjective characterized by, produced by, or involving chemical processes in living organisms
  • noun a chemical substance derived from a biological source

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective of or relating to biochemistry; involving chemical processes in living organisms

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Examples

  • - In ongoing work to identify how genes interact with social environments to impact human health, UCLA researchers have discovered what they describe as a biochemical link between misery and death.

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  • In ongoing work to identify how genes interact with social environments to impact human health, UCLA researchers have discovered what they describe as a biochemical link between misery and death.

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  • As such, they can do with inputs from an Advisory Board which meets once a quarter or so to review the business and [...] - In ongoing work to identify how genes interact with social environments to impact human health, UCLA researchers have discovered what they describe as a biochemical link between misery and death.

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  • In ongoing work to identify how genes interact with social environments to impact human health, UCLA researchers have discovered what they describe as a biochemical link between misery and death.

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  • Politicians have high burn out rate and they're looking to alleviate the pressure and stress - what I call the biochemical craving for connection.

    Ask Dan and Jennifer

  • Similarly, we have compounds that will basically shut this signal down and these of course are the basis of the kinds of compounds that we anticipate or work as what we call a biochemical bitter blocker.

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  • There are some common types of products that you are used to like kids formulations, where they do not like to take them because they taste bitter, but more importantly we think there are new kinds of formulations that which enable by having what we call a biochemical bitter blocker.

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  • Might there be an as-yet-undiscovered natural process that would explain biochemical complexity?

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  • Might there be an as-yet-undiscovered natural process that would explain biochemical complexity?

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  • During this stage, proteins were not yet engaged in biochemical reactions and RNA carried out both the information storage task of genetic information and the full range of catalytic roles necessary in a very primitive self-replicating system.

    The RNA World

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