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n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. Biology The study of the flow and transformation of energy in and between living organisms and between living organisms and their environment.
2. Psychology A form of therapy that focuses on the physical manifestation of emotional tension and stress, combining psychotherapy with physical therapies such as massage, relaxation techniques, and exercises in posture and breathing.

bi′o·en·er·get′ic adj.


(Biology) (functioning as singular) the study of energy transformations in living organisms and systems
ˌbioˌenerˈgetic adj


(ˌbaɪ oʊˌɛn ərˈdʒɛt ɪks)

n. (used with a sing. v.)
the study of energy transformation in living systems.
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Additionally, the data demonstrating the catalytic enhancement of cellular bioenergetic processes as the mechanism of action of CNM-Au8 were presented by the company.
Cisplatin induces a mitochondrial-ROS response that contributes to cytotoxicity depending on mitochondrial redox status and bioenergetic functions.
Sugarcane is the most efficient bioenergetic crop in tropical and subtropical regions, being also the major source (80%) of sugar in the world (Waclawovsky et al.
Based on this novel approach, I will study aqueous proton transfer in external electric fields, the process underlying key bioenergetic phenomena as well as renewable energy technologies.
Bioenergetic mechanisms of hypoxic conditions formation and approaches to their pharmacological correction.
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Reduction in these two bioenergetic pathways reduced steady-state ATP levels by 1.
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Bioenergetic correlates of foraging mode for the snakes Crotalus cerastes and Masticophis flagellum.
The therapy is noninvasive and cheap, and enhances the brain's bioenergetic metabolism, potentially offering a treatment alternative to patients with retractory symptoms of depression.
Understanding bioenergetic responses can translate into greater performances, and training at MLSS and MSS has been shown overtime to increase an individual's thresholds.