Medical Definition of Physiological adaptation

1. A peculiarity of the basic physical and chemical activities that occur in cells and tissues of a species, which results in it being better fitted to its environment (for example, ability to absorb nutrients under low oxygen tensions). (09 Oct 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Physiological Adaptation

physiologic hypertrophy
physiologic incompatibility
physiologic leukocytosis
physiologic occlusion
physiologic pH
physiologic rest position
physiologic retraction ring
physiologic scotoma
physiologic tremor
physiologic unit
physiologic vertigo
physiological
physiological adaptation (current term)
physiological anatomy
physiological chemistry
physiological condition
physiological drives
physiological homeostasis
physiological intracranial calcification
physiological jaundice of the newborn
physiological nystagmus
physiological processes
physiological property
physiological psychology
physiological reaction
physiological sphincter
physiological state

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