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biogeography - grasafræðibotany, phytology - cryobiology - cytology - vistfræðibionomics, ecology, environmental science - fósturfræðiembryology - astrobiology, exobiology, space biology - skógræktar-, skógræktarfræðiforest, forestry, silviculture - erfðafræðigenetics, genetic science - microbiology - molecular biology - morphology - neurobiology - palaeobiology, paleobiology - lífeðlisfræðiphysiology - radiobiology - sociobiology - dÿrafræðizoological science, zoology[Spéc.]

líffræðingurbiologist, life scientist[Dérivé]

líffræðilegurbiologic, biological[Rel.Pr.]

líffræðilegabiologically[Adv.]

abaxial, dorsal - adaxial, ventral - antrorse - retrorse - semiaquatic, subaquatic - subaquatic, subaqueous, submerged, submersed, underwater - amphibiotic, semiaquatic - sessile, stalkless - pedunculate, stalked - sessile - óvirkurdormant, hibernating, torpid - glabrous - canescent, hoary - downy, puberulent, pubescent, sericeous - pilary, pilose, pilous - tomentose, tomentous - tetramerous - binuclear, binucleate, binucleated - mononuclear, mononucleate - trinuclear, trinucleate, trinucleated - formative - diurnal - nætur-, nátt-nocturnal - myrmecophilous - symbiotic - free-living, nonparasitic, nonsymbiotic - frumstæð, frumstæður, frumstætt, vanþróað, vanþróaður, vanþróuðrudimentary, vestigial - plumate, plumed, plumose - acephalous - alpine - homologous - homologic, homological - heterologic, heterological, heterologous - analogous - cernuous, drooping, nodding, pendulous, weeping - ventricose, ventricous - in vivo - karlblómmale - kvenkynsfemale, she- - hermaphrodic, hermaphrodical, hermaphrodite, hermaphroditic - epimorphic - metamorphous - eðlilegur, náttúru-, náttúrulegurnatural - obligate - facultative - þrautseigur, þrjóskurlasting, persistent - caducous, shed - capitate - fissiparous - lepidote, leprose, scabrous, scaly, scurfy - differentiated - stabile - labile - thermolabile - stomatous - astomatous, mouthless - geniculate - actinomorphic, actinomorphous - bilaterally symmetrical, zygomorphic, zygomorphous - sympatric - allopatric - territorial - nonterritorial - compressed, flat - uniparous - multiparous - bilocular, biloculate - adnate - connate - alar, alary, aliform, wing-shaped - bacillar, bacillary - frumu-cellular - extracellular - intercellular - intracellular - cenogenetic - palingenetic - commensal - generic - mental - monotypic - polydactyl, polydactylous - urceolate - isomorphic, isomorphous - polymorphic, polymorphous - kjarnorku-nuclear - nucleate, nucleated - vistfræðilegurbionomic, bionomical, ecologic, ecological, environmental - basophil, basophile, basophilic - systematic, taxonomic, taxonomical - saprobic - katharobic - symbiotically - frumacell - örverugróðurculture - homogeny - isomorphism, isomorphy - heterology - valence, valency - coarctation - spindle - meme - cell doctrine, cell theory - evolutionism, theory of evolution, theory of organic evolution - theory of inheritance - cybernetics - taxonomy - cataplasia - subkingdom - variety - phylum - subphylum - superphylum - stéttclass - subclass - superclass - skipan, skipulagorder - suborder - superorder - ættfamily - superfamily - form family - subfamily - ættflokkurtribe - genus - subgenus - monotype - type genus - form genus - tegundspecies - race, subspecies - afbrigði, kynbættur stofnform, strain, var., variant - type - type species - division - mutant, mutation, sport, variation - organic phenomenon - dehiscence - pleomorphism - polymorphism - dimorphism - recognition - elan vital, life force, vital force, vitality - accretion - anisogamy - apposition - rotnundecay, decomposition, putrefaction, rot, rotting - framþróun, þróunevolution, organic evolution, phylogenesis, phylogeny - vöxturdevelopment, growing, growth, maturation, ontogenesis, ontogeny - intussusception - isogamy - regeneration - aðgreining, sundurgreiningdifferentiation, specialisation, specialization - affinity, phylogenetic relation - uncus - brachium - turgor - activator - medium - auka kyn sittpropagate - vegetate - enucleate - transform - conjugate - æxlastmultiply, procreate, reproduce - copy, replicate - inhibit - monad - osmosis - æxlunreproduction - versatile - generalised, generalized - depressed[Domaine]

biological science (n.) • biology (n.) • líffræði (n.f.)

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