代謝, 新陳代謝, 同化作用
Noun(1) the marked and rapid transformation of a larva into an adult that occurs in some animals(2) the organic processes (in a cell or organism
(1) the metabolism of fatty acids in the kidney(2) Seed germination is a developmental process of reactivation of metabolism to originate a new plant.(3) Dietary fructose effects on lipoprotein metabolism and risk for coronary artery disease.(4) Legume seed development is closely related to metabolism and nutrient transport.(5) One of the effects of flavonoids is the ability to modulate xenobiotic metabolism .(6) The research programme aims to examine the nucleotide metabolism of germinating plant seeds.(7) Lysine metabolism in plants is regulated both by the rate of its synthesis and catabolism.(8) There are three enzyme systems directly involved in sucrose metabolism .(9) Cysteine represents the site at which sulphur enters amino acid metabolism .(10) It is also known that peroxisomal metabolism is lower in fish than in mammals.(11) Soluble carbohydrates have a key regulatory role in carbohydrate metabolism .(12) There are many examples in which hexose metabolism is required for sensing.(13) In addition to carbohydrate metabolism , other processes were affected by stress.(14) Its function for anaerobic glycerol metabolism is unknown and in fact has not been studied so far.(15) This whole process of metabolism is analogous to filling a tank with fluid until it overflows.(16) These hormones are related to metabolism , and thus to nutritional and metabolic status.
(1) energy metabolism :: エネルギー代謝
(2) basal metabolism :: 基礎代謝
(3) cellular metabolism :: 細胞代謝
1. metamorphosis ::
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