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Results for: root or shoot growthTranslations: 1 - 30 of 405
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root or shoot growthprimary growth
(about horses) having an abnormal bony growth on the footringboned
(Biology) growth of an organ in relation to growth of the whole body; scientific study of relative growth, measuring relative growth rateallometry
(Biology) pertaining to geotropism, pertaining to growth or movement of an organism in response to gravitygeotropic
(Medicine) fleshy, resembling flesh; resembling a sarcoma (type of malignant tumor), infected area, like flesh, tumorous growth that resembles a sarcoma (Medicine)sarcoid
(Medicine) growth on the skin or mucous membrane (type of wart), benign skin tumorpapilloma
(Medicine) malignant tumor in supportive tissues (such as the bones, fat, muscle, or cartilage), cancerous growthsarcoma
(Medicine) sex hormone produced by the pituitary gland (stimulates maturation of ovarian follicles, endometrial growth, and estrogen production in women; stimulates the production of sperm in men)FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone)
(Medicine) sex hormone produced by the pituitary gland (stimulates maturation of ovarian follicles, endometrial growth, and estrogen production in women; stimulates the production of sperm in men), FSH, reproductive hormonefollicle-stimulating hormone
(Pathology) abnormal condition causing enlargement of the bones (in the hands, feet and head), disease involving abnormal growthacromegaly
(Pathology) of a neoplasm (abnormal tissue growth, tumor)neoplastic
(Statistics) measure of the degree to which statistical data varies from the mean (equal to the square root of the average of the square roots of the deviations)SD (standard deviation)
3-lettered, having three letters, triliteral word or root, with 3 consonantstriliteral
a play made in football, along, at or to lower level, away from present location, away from university, cause to come down, knock down, shoot down; defeat; overthrow; descend; drink, swallow (Slang), chosen or arranged, covering of soft hairs, declare ...down
A representation that characterizes a part of a model (e.g. a growth rate), the value of which is determined outside of the model. See: exogenous variable.Parameter
A service offered by the American Stock Exchange to assist small growth companies in fulfilling special listing requirements. The service is no longer available.Emerging Company Marketplace (ECM)
able to remain in the environment, continuing despite problems, incessant or unrelenting, persisting beyond maturation, sustaining continual growth, tenacious, stubborn; persevering; constant, continual; diligentpersistent
abnormal bony growth, outgrowth on a bone, protrusion on a boneosteophyte
abnormal cartilage growth, cartilaginous growth (type of benign tumor)chondroma
abnormal enlargement of a part or organ; excessive growth, affect with hypertrophy; be affected with hypertrophy, enlargement by cell growth, get bigger by cell growth, unnecessary complexityhypertrophy
abnormal enlargement of parts of the body (disease), disfiguring illness causing swelling, unreasonable growthelephantiasis
abnormal growth of bone, excess bone growth (Medicine)hyperostosis
abnormal growth of hair, excessive hairiness (disease)hirsutism
abnormal growth of tissue, tumor; abnormal tissue growth (Pathology)neoplasm
abnormal growth, disease characterized by abnormal enlargement of the limbs, giantismgigantism
abnormal mass of tissue, abnormal swelling of any part of the body; growth, lump of abnormal tissue serving no physiological purpose (Pathology); haughtiness, bombast (Archaic), swollen parttumor
abnormal outgrowth, plants in general, plant growth; unhealthy outgrowth (Medicine), process of vegetatingvegetation
abnormal spherical swelling, air-filled cavity in seaweeds, hollow organ or cavity, protective covering around parasite, protective sac enclosing organism, resting spore, saclike growth containing fluidcyst
abnormal swelling in any part of the body, growth, lump (alternate spelling for tumor)tumour
abnormal tissue growth in the eye, thickening of the cornea of the eye (Ophthalmology)pannus
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