bio-organism


Related to bio-organism: biosphere, biology

bio-organism

n
(Microbiology) a dangerous fast-proliferating organism that could be used as the basis of a biological weapon
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Identification of the bio-organism causing the damage is the main priority with the last section of the book dealing with biological and ecologically safe methods for preventing or reversing deteriorization.
And as they diversify, mutate and re-form, Victoria realises with horror that she is no longer in control of the experiment; that the UX is breeding its own bio-organism and it's alive.
3D printing will also gradually eliminate the need for the dissection of bio-organisms in medical educational institutions.
UCSB says, "The NSF support will advance MRL research in materials that could result in new paradigms for energy-efficient microelectronics, and for the creation of adhesives and coatings inspired by marine bio-organisms.
SBR technologies consist of processing tanks that bubble oxygen through the water to break down bio-organisms, resulting in water that is suitable for landscaping.
AddiFlex is made by Add-X Biotech and works by shortening the polymer chains until they can be assimilated by bio-organisms.
Marine biofouling, an undesirable growth of bio-organisms on man-made structures immersed in sea water, is a common problem all around the world.
It has put up Web sites of impressive investment offers, like the chance to get 300 percent returns by getting in on the ground floor of an initial public offering for the Bio-Hazard Alert Detector, a hand-held device that detects microscopic levels of hazardous bio-organisms.
One of the advantages of working at a neutron facility with a suite of modern instruments is that one has the ability to explore a wide range of phenomena, from domain structures, ferrofluids, and magnetically active bio-organisms with SANS, to multilayer magnets with reflectometry, to magnetic diffraction studies as a function of temperature, pressure, and applied magnetic and electric fields.
The breakthrough could see silicon chips replaced by bio-organisms capable of storing mind-boggling amounts of information.
The Bio-Seeq is the first portable, hand-held detector using PCR technology, which analyzes, amplifies and measures the genetic material of bio-organisms.
Topics include elements of flotation rate constant prediction and coarse apatite flotation, mechanisms involved in reactive flotation of dolomite, sustainable mining, plasma verification of sewage sludge containing phosphorus compounds, reclaiming uranium from phosphoric acid, Hidroveg chemicals in American phosphate rock flotation, effects of particle size, pure fatty acids in phosphate floatation, dense medium separation, novel bio-organisms, carbonate separation, in-situ mining, laser-induced breakdown spectrometry, on-stream slurry particle sizers, automatic control systems, and studies from Florida and China.