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bi·o

 (bī′ō)
n. pl. bi·os Informal
1. A biography.
2. A biographical sketch or outline.

bio

(ˈbaɪəʊ)
n, pl bios
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) short for biography

bi•o

(ˈbaɪ oʊ)

n., pl. bi•os,
1. biography.
2. biology.
[1945–50]

bio-

a combining form meaning “life,” “living organism,” “biology”: biodegradable.
Also, esp. before a vowel, bi-.
[comb. form of Greek bíos life]
Translations

bio

:
biochemical
adjbiochemisch
biochemist
nBiochemiker(in) m(f)
biochemistry
nBiochemie f
biodegradable
biodiesel
nBiodiesel m
biodiversity
biodynamic
adjbiodynamisch
bioengineering
nBiotechnik f
bioethics
n singBioethik f
biofeedback
nBiofeedback nt
biogenesis
nBiogenese f

bio

:
biomass
nBiomasse f
biomechanics
n singBiomechanik f
biomedical
adjbiomedizinisch

bio

:
biophysical
biophysics
n singBiophysik f

bio

:
bioresonance, bio-resonance
nBioresonanz f
biorhythm
n usu plBiorhythmus m usu sing
biosphere
nBiosphäre f
biosynthesis
nBiosynthese f
biotechnology
nBiotechnik f
bioterrorism
nBioterrorismus m
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Bio Solutions has also developed a line of environmentally friendly cleaning products that include an all purpose cleaner, carpet cleaners, concrete and asphalt cleaners, and floor soaps.
The securities offered by Bio Solutions were offered and sold pursuant to Regulation S of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended.
Bio Solutions recently acquired oil and grease extraction technology for the removal of fat, oil and grease from organic waste effluent to be used in conjunction with its' bioremediation solutions to extract desired oil and grease to be converted into value-added products, such as bio-diesel fuel.