bioactivity

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bioactivity

[‚bī·ō·ak′tiv·əd·ē]
(biology)
The effect that a substance has on a living organism or tissue after interaction.
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A number of resveratrol supplements exhibited biological activity that was barely measurable.
In contrast, organic farmers focus on building soil organic matter and the biological activity in that soil.
Researchers also turned their attention to characterizing the biological activity of PC-SPES.
Our role is basically to advance the scientific knowledge and to look at the safety, effectiveness and biological activity of these compounds,'' Go said.
The translation of chemical properties of polyphenols into biological activity with impacts in human health
Contract notice: Delivery apparatus for extraction, processing, analysis and sterilization of biological samples for the purposes of invitro laboratory for evaluation of biological activity and toxicity laboratory for development and characterization of the pharmaceutical forms and the in silico design and laboratory extraction of natural products and synthetic of bioactive compounds in the science and technology park, which is implemented under the operational programme development of the competitiveness of the bulgarian economy 2007-2013 priority axis 1 development of economy based on knowledge and innovation according to the contract id number bg161po003-1.
Citrus oils; composition, advanced analytical techniques, contaminants, and biological activity.
Station ALOHA is located in the North Pacific subtropical gyre, a swirl nearly the width of the Pacific that typically has little biological activity near the sea's surface.
Although all aerobes will not grow on any one specific growth medium, the trending of these numbers will indicate whether there is a difference in biological activity.
Guided by exploration of structural homology as a key to biological function, it was only a few years from the isolation of the first vertebrate sex steroid to the isolation of plant compounds with similar biological activity in castrated animals but not in the plant (42).
Under such a plan, Paracelsian would utilize its functional bioassays to assess and ensure optimal levels of biological activity in mechanisms responsible for the products' benefits.
The next step is to find out if there is truly any biological activity - if you take it into an animal system, do we still see the antioxidant activity?