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Meanings of Abiogenesis:

noun

The original evolution of life or living organisms from inorganic or inanimate substances.

Usage examples:

To construct any convincing theory of abiogenesis, we must take into account the condition of the e…

Meanings of Abiogenesist:

noun

= abiogenist .

Meanings of Agamogenesis:

noun

Asexual reproduction.

Meanings of Agenes:

noun

Nitrogen trichloride (ncl₃) used as an additive to bleach and artificially age flour.

Meanings of Agenesia:

noun

Failure of development, or incomplete development, of a part of the body.

Meanings of Agenesic:

adjective

Unable to reproduce; sterile; infertile.

Meanings of Agenesis:

noun

Failure of development, or incomplete development, of a part of the body.

Meanings of Anagenesis:

noun

Species formation without branching of the evolutionary line of descent.

Usage examples:

Evolutionary taxonomists such as simpson use both cladogenesis and anagenesis in their classificati…

Meanings of Androgenesis:

noun

A form of uniparental inheritance in which only the paternal genes contribute to the genome of the offspring, occurring chiefly as a rare abnormality or by artificial induction.

Meanings of Angiogenesis:

noun

The development of new blood vessels.

Usage examples:

Other important endocrine effects of leptin include immune function regulation, hematopoiesis, angi…

Meanings of Anthropogenesis:

noun

The origin, evolution, or development of humankind or the human species.

Meanings of Atherogenesis:

noun

The formation of fatty deposits in the arteries.

Usage examples:

Atherogenesis is accelerated by an impaired blood flow

Meanings of Autogenesis:

noun

Origination with no external cause; self-generation.

Meanings of Biogenesis:

noun

The synthesis of substances by living organisms.

Usage examples:

Finally, essential processes such as transcription, translation, protein trafficking, organelle bio…

Meanings of Biogenesist:

noun

An adherent or proponent of a theory of biogenesis.

Carcinogenesis

ˌkɑː.sɪn.əˈdʒen.ə.sɪs

Meanings of Carcinogenesis:

noun

The initiation of cancer formation.

Usage examples:

Chemoprevention of cancer aims to prevent, arrest, or reverse either the initiation phase of carcin…

Meanings of Cladogenesis:

noun

The formation of a new group of organisms or higher taxon by evolutionary divergence from an ancestral form.

Usage examples:

This process of organic transformation includes anagenesis as well as cladogenesis.

Cosmogenesis

ˌkɒzmə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪsɪs

Meanings of Cosmogenesis:

noun

The origin or evolution of the universe.

Usage examples:

Think of this in the same way that science understands brute matter and its relation to cosmogenesis.

Meanings of Crystallogenesis:

noun

= crystallogeny .

Cyanogenesis

ˌsʌɪənə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪsɪs

Meanings of Cyanogenesis:

noun

The production of hydrogen cyanide by certain plants, such as cherry laurel and bracken, as a response to wounding or a deterrent to herbivores.

Usage examples:

Defoliation by lepidoptera can induce cyanogenesis in some plants resulting in cyanide levels high …

Cyclogenesis

ˌsʌɪkləʊˈdʒɛnəsɪs

Meanings of Cyclogenesis:

noun

The development or strengthening of an area of low pressure in the atmosphere, resulting in the formation of a cyclone.

Usage examples:

Cyclogenesis is common on the lee side of the mountains at the locations of the alberta and colorad…

Diagenesis

ˌdʌɪəˈdʒɛnɪsɪs

Meanings of Diagenesis:

noun

The physical and chemical changes occurring during the conversion of sediment to sedimentary rock.

Usage examples:

This article is geared primarily to individuals, students as well as professionals, who are relativ…

Meanings of Diogenes:

proper noun

(c.400–c.325 bc), greek philosopher. the most famous of the cynics, he lived ascetically in athens (according to legend, he lived in a tub) and was accordingly nicknamed kuōn (‘the dog’), from which the cynics derived their name. he emphasized self-sufficiency and the need for natural, uninhibited behaviour, regardless of social conventions.

Ectogenesis

ˌɛktə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪsɪs

Meanings of Ectogenesis:

noun

(chiefly in science fiction) the development of embryos in artificial conditions outside the uterus.

Usage examples:

And yet, the prospect of ectogenesis raises questions of more immediate significance, and thinking …

Meanings of Electrogenesis:

noun

The production of electricity in living organisms and tissues; (specifically) the generation of an electrical potential across a cell membrane.

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