biophor


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biophor

(ˈbaɪəˌfɔː)
n
(Biology) (in Weismann's theory of heredity) a hypothetical particle of the ultimate form of matter
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After 3 puffs of a mixture of 500 mg commercial herbal products containing several synthetic cannabinoids of unknown concentration and 500 mg tobacco, substances were quantifiable for at least 6 h in OF collected with the Biophor RapidEASE device over 90 h with a 0.2-[micro]g/L LOQ.
In the third place, determinants were composed of biophors. The biophors were the bearers of cell qualities.