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biogenic

[¦bī·ō¦jen·ik]
(biology)
Essential to the maintenance of life.
Produced by actions of living organisms.
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As shown in Table 1, blood Tyr, Trp, DA, NA, A, 5HT, and AChE concentrations in group A of the PKU patients were not statistically different from controls, whereas in group B, plasma amino acids (except Phe), their biogenic amines, and AChE activities were significantly decreased.
The global calcium in carbonate and silicon in biogenic opal export fluxes are 2.
Writing in the journal Nature Climate Change, Professor Nadine Unger of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES) reports that large-scale forest losses during the last 150 years have reduced global emissions of biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs), which control the atmospheric distribution of many short-lived climate pollutants, such as tropospheric ozone, methane, and aerosol particles.
Adjustments were made to reflect the lower energy content of the syngas, as well as to some of the air emissions to reflect those emitted by a biogenic fuel versus a fossil fuel.
1% Landfill gas and biogenic municipal solidwaste 0.
31, 2012, will include point sources, such as refineries and manufacturing plants; area sources, such as auto body shops, dry cleaners and gas stations; on-road and non-road mobile sources; and naturally occurring biogenic sources, like oak, pine and maple trees, which all produce a naturally occurring volatile organic compound.
The study was mainly concerned with sea bed habitats such as sub-tidal sandbanks, invertebraterich sediments, biogenic reefs and those containing sea sponges, pink sea fans, and varieties of shellfish.
Researchers in food sciences, biological sciences, chemistry, ecology, and other fields explore biogenic volatile organic compounds--volatiles--from their various perspectives.
The new technology is highly sensitive to the detection of biogenic amines (produced by bacterial decay of meat and fish), more sensitive than the human sense of smell.
Tony and his team of over 20 researchers are developing innovative processes and products whereby fast growing wood, energy crops, agricultural wastes and other biogenic materials can be thermally converted into liquids, gases and solids for production of electricity, heat, transport fuels and a wide variety of chemicals.
Blessed with superhuman powers, thanks to biogenic experimentation at the hands of shadowy Umbrella Corp, heroine Alice (Jovovich, pictured above) is a constantly evolving mutant trying to hide from her creators' satellite surveillance.