Definition of Biological process
1. Noun. A process occurring in living organisms.
Generic synonyms: Physical Process, Process
Specialized synonyms: Adaptation, Adaption, Adjustment, Agglutination, Ageing, Aging, Senescence, Anovulation, Antisepsis, Asepsis, Absorption, Assimilation, Autoregulation, Bacteriostasis, Bloom, Blooming, Activity, Bodily Function, Bodily Process, Body Process, Carbon Cycle, Catabolism, Destructive Metabolism, Dissimilation, Katabolism, Cell Division, Cellular Division, Crossing Over, Crossover, Defoliation, Deossification, Digestion, Eburnation, Ecchymosis, Effacement, Erythropoiesis, Eutrophication, Evolution, Organic Evolution, Phylogenesis, Phylogeny, Expression, Extravasation, Gastrulation, Glycogenesis, Development, Growing, Growth, Maturation, Ontogenesis, Ontogeny, Haematogenesis, Haematopoiesis, Haemogenesis, Haemopoiesis, Hematogenesis, Hematopoiesis, Hemogenesis, Hemopoiesis, Sanguification, Heredity, Humification, Epistasis, Hypostasis, Implantation, Nidation, Inhibition, Infolding, Introversion, Intussusception, Invagination, Involution, Cytokinesis, Karyokinesis, Keratinisation, Keratinization, Citric Acid Cycle, Krebs Citric Acid Cycle, Krebs Cycle, Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle, Lymphopoiesis, Lysogenisation, Lysogenization, Maturation, Maturement, Ripening, Metabolic Process, Metabolism, Metabolism, Metamorphosis, Nitrogen Cycle, Nitrogen Fixation, Nondevelopment, Nutrition, Organification, Ossification, Ovulation, Oxidative Phosphorylation, Birth, Birthing, Giving Birth, Parturition, Pathologic Process, Pathological Process, Perennation, Preservation, Quellung, Quellung Reaction, Quickening, Regeneration, Regulation, Replication, Reproduction, Reabsorption, Resorption, Ageing, Aging, Ripening, Secernment, Secretion, Segregation, Shedding, Sloughing, Summation, Symphysis, Synapsis, Synezesis, Synizesis, Transcription, Transduction, Translation, Folding, Protein Folding, Translocation, Translocation, Transpiration, Tumefaction, Ulceration, Vascularisation, Vascularization, Blistering, Vesication, Vesiculation
Lexicographical Neighbors of Biological Process
Literary usage of Biological process
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hygiene by James Lane Notter, R. H. Firth (1900)
"Another important point in connection with the biological process is that, ... By the biological process, however, practically all sludge may be avoided. ..."
2. The Foundations of Normal and Abnormal Psychology by Boris Sidis (1914)
"Ontogenetically, the biological process is analogous to the mental process. The biological process, unlike the physical process, is not endless; ..."
3. The Purification of Sewage and Water by William Joseph Dibdin (1897)
"THE APPLICATION OF THE biological process TO THE PURIFICATION OF WASTE WATER FROM PRIVATE PROPERTIES, ASYLUMS, SCHOOLS, ETC. THE subject matter of this ..."
4. The Human Mind by James Sully (1892)
"Development as biological process. It was pointed out in our account of psychological method that we may view psychical phenomena from a biological point of ..."