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General

  1. Cascade Mycological Society (A Mycological Society) (cascademyco.org)
  2. Ichnotype
  3. Chin evolution in hominids
  4. Economic predator
  5. Experiments in biology , alternatively biology experiment or experimental biology
  6. Gumnivory
  7. Klerokinesis
  8. Michigan Biologics Products Institute
  9. Micro technique
  10. Milzman
  11. Morning tiredness
  12. Multiple Surface Use Mining Act of 1955
  13. Net assimilation rate
  14. Pansporia
  15. Papillogenesis
  16. Patchiness in mathematical ecology
  17. Polyethism
  18. Vipio a parasitic wasp family
  19. Fossil taxon
  20. Wound healing in plants
  21. Miz tigers (Miz tigers are the tigers which are affected by Miz psychological disorder)
  22. Flora of French Polynesia , translate from Spanish Flora de la Polinesia Francesa
See also: Missing encyclopedic articles about Biology
  1. Aquaculture Planning through PCSM A nascent concept in aquaculture planning.[1]
  2. ph and Germination (the effect of pH on germination)

Organizations

  1. Cascade Mycological Society (a Mycological Society in Eugene, Oregon) (cascademyco.org)
  2. International Association of Pteridologists
  3. Human-Centered Biological Community -
  4. North American Paleontological Society -

Concepts

  1. Baas-Becking hypothesis
  2. Excitability
  3. Freedom of Inquiry
  4. Forcing factors
  5. Heterotroph hypothesis
  6. Hyperphagy
  7. Le-Boot effect
  8. Locking the knees
  9. Mycoextraction
  10. Artificial knuckle
  11. Jarman-Bell Principle
  12. specific productivity has to do with how much product cells produce in a bio-reactor.
  13. Terminal Investment When an organism devotes its energy into growth and only begins to produce offspring near the end of its life.

Tools & techniques

  1. Biological subject (See here)
  2. Branch-site model
  3. Bisubstrate analogue
  4. Competitive labeling
  5. Computer simulation of biological molecule
  6. Conditional Nucleotide Diversity (relative measure genetic diversity
  7. Dart Probe
  8. DNA curtains assay
  9. Epistasis analysis
  10. Expression microdissection - technique for locating specific types of cells via molecular targeting, seems to have been first described in this paper [1]}}
  11. Filter paper unit suggest using this reference :http://www.iupac.org/publications/pac/1987/pdf/5902x0257.pdf
  12. Guanidination
  13. Heterochronic parabiosis (mouse model)
  14. Isochronic parabiosis (mouse model)
  15. Isocratic elution chromatography
  16. Isotope exchange at equilibrium
  17. Isotope filtering
  18. Open qPCR Open-source Real-Time PCR thermocycler project expanding access to molecular diagnostics [2] [3]
  19. Perturbagen
  20. Reporter group
  21. R0t curve
  22. Relaxation spectrometry
  23. Scratch assay
  24. Time kill study (also written as time-kill study)
  25. Sedimentation equilibrium centrifugation
  26. Sedimentation velocity centrifugation
  27. Shotgun experiment
  28. Surveyor assay
  29. Vapor phase crystallization

Cell culture

  1. 3-D cell culture
  2. Cultured collagen

Cloning

  1. Agar stab
  2. Colony hybridization
  3. Vectorette PCR
  4. Villin-Cre system

Dyes

  1. Acridine dye
  2. CellTrackerBlue (dye)
  3. LifeAct (dye)

Electrophoresis

  1. Disc electrophoresis
  2. Urea gradient gel electrophoresis
  3. Zone electrophoresis

Spectroscopy

  1. Extended X-ray absorption fluorescence spectroscopy
  2. ROESY spectrum
  3. Solvent perturbation spectroscopy

Statistics

  1. Ferguson plot
  2. Wilson plot method
  3. Bremer support a.k.a. Decay index An introduction

Tree of life

Bacteria

  1. Aliidiomarina a genus of halophilic bacteria -
  2. Bacillus submarinus
  3. Bilophila wadsworthia As per BBC article, thrives on extra bile, may be cause of IBD and/or Crohn's [4]
  4. Catalase negative shigella species
  5. Corynebacterium xerosis
  6. Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus
  7. Gluconacetobacter xylinus
  8. Methylophaga murata Originally isolated in the marble at the Moscow Kremlin.
  9. Microbacterium flavescens
  10. Micrococcus varians
  11. Mycoplasma mobile
  12. Rogue bacteria
  13. Escherichia blattae (A species of bacteria)
  14. Bacillus thetaiotaomicron a primary gut bacterium involved in carbohydrate digestion
  15. Plesiocystis pacifica a marine myxobacterium

Viruses

  1. C1 chimaera virus of HIV-2/HIV-1
  2. Gibbon-ape leukemia virus
  3. Herpesvirus ultimate common ancestor (HUCA)
  4. HERV-R (ERV3)
  5. Human pneumovirus
  6. JR2 virus
  7. Panda virus
  8. Shamonda virus Template:Research: Climate Change-Alien species effects on Northern Europe
  9. Mollivirus Sibericum
  10. WO bacteriophage [5]

Protozoa

  1. Actinopodea [2]
  2. Archigregarinida
  3. Actinomyxidia
  4. Miamiensis avidus, syn. Philasterides dicentrarchi (a philasterid that is a major cause of epizootics in fish and sharks (Scuticociliatosis) after reduction of salinity due to heavy seasonal rain in, e.g., San Francisco Bay) (San Francisco Chronicle, doi 10.3354/dao02017, doi 10.1016/j.hal.2017.02.002, doi 10.3354/dao064159, doi 10.3354/dao073227, etc.) Yngvadottir (talk) 19:58, 11 November 2017 (UTC)

Animals

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Plants and botany

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thelymitra variegara, queen of sheba

Fungi

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  1. Candida marina (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  2. Cladosporium resinae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  3. Cookeina speciosa (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  4. King Mushroom (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  5. Mycoflora toscana (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  6. Phacidiopycnis washingtonensis (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  7. Saccharomyces estuari (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  8. Truncatella hartigii (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (Janeš, D., Kreft, S., Jurc, M., Seme, K., Štrukelj (2007). Antibacterial Activity in Higher Fungi (Mushrooms) and Endophytic Fungi from Slovenia. Pharmaceutical Biology, 45, 9:700–706 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/259469827_Antibacterial_activity_in_higher_fungi_mushrooms_and_endophytic_fungi_from_Slovenia)
  9. Vanderwaltozyma polyspora (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) - see [6]
  10. Zygosaccharomyces rouxii (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  11. Lachancea thermotolerans (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)

Other tree of life articles

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  1. Actinomyxida
  2. Array centrix
  3. Metacellularity as used by McMenamin in [7]. A type of multicellularity not involving a blastocyst stage. Found in some algae.
  4. Nanochlorum eukaryotum possible incorrect redirect
  5. Placobdella ornata
  6. Space-crowded effects
  7. Zoomastigna possible incorrect redirect
  8. Paracommensalism

Anatomy

Many of the subjects here are not associated with anatomy, but rather with Biology or Medicine.

  • Note Do not add articles about animal anatomy here, add them under biology!

Circulatory system

Digestive system

Lymphatic system

Muscular system

Nervous system

Reproductive system

Skeletal system

Miscellaneous

Pathology

  1. Clone-rod dystrophy
  2. Cochlear cyanosis
  3. Connectopathy
  4. Cranial nerve lesion
  5. Extra skin
  6. Gametocyst
  7. Gonococcal arthritis
  8. Ocular bobbing
  9. Osseous metaplasia of cartilage ring
  10. Pansinusitis
  11. Pantosomatitis should redirect to Legionnaire's disease
  12. Paretic nystagmus
  13. Patellar dysplasia
  14. Peripheral arthritis
  15. Pulmonary pneumonitis
  16. Rhododendron root rot
  17. Somnorexia Template:Missing articleSomnorexia
  18. Spinocellular atrophy
  19. Radiculopathy-cervical
  20. Vestibular syndrome
  21. Vulval Crohn's (Crohn's disease of the vulva)
  22. Zonata disease a disease affecting California Mountain Kingsnakes)

Biologists

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Ecology

Evolution

  1. Misliya Cave based on existing Hebrew article http://misliya.haifa.ac.il/anthro.html, he.wikipedia.org/wiki/מערת_מיסליה‎
  2. Agoraphobic autism
  3. Cancer selection (James Graham's book may be a good start)
  4. Condition-dependent signal
  5. Conservation of mechanism
  6. Convergent evolution in humans
  7. Delbrueckii
  8. Design space See e.g. Darwin's Dangerous Idea (redirect from animal space, a more zoology oriented term Dawkins has used)
  9. Eniologia
  10. Evolution of bacteria
  11. Floating mat theory
  12. Fractal evolution
  13. Gender reproduction
  14. Landscape genetics discipline that analyses the influence of landscape and environmental features on the genetic structure of a population.
  15. Mitochondrial divergence
  16. Natural selection in the wild See John A. Endler. 1986. Natural selection in the wild. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. 336 pp. (alternative, slightly broader in scope: natural selection in action, or perhaps examples of natural selection/occurrence of natural selection)
  17. Oxygen isotope curve
  18. Phylogenetic supertree
  19. Revealing signal
  20. Reduplication (Evolution)
  21. Sexual selection in plants
  22. Sloshing bucket theory
  23. Structural adaptations
  24. Symmorphosis
  25. Goat evolution
  26. Archallaxis
  27. Order for free theory about complexity and evolution, some authors on the topic are S. Kauffman and Jeffrey Goldstein
  28. Proliferation hypothesis see pages 298-302 in "Microbial Ecology: An Evolutionary Approach" Academic Press. 2006
  29. Fisheries-induced evolution
  30. The Superior Human? (2012) A science documentary of evolution.
  31. Endogenisation Spontaneous evolution between humans and the virus

Journals

  1. Cell Proliferation
  2. Echinoderm Studies
  3. Birder's World ISSN 0895-495X; published bimonthly by Kalmbach Publishing (article request added November 11, 2011)

Molecular biology and biochemistry

  1. Respiratory substrate
  2. Glycine conjugation
  3. List of research institutes in Sydney
  4. Mitogenic activity
  5. Reference laboratory

Biochemicals and drugs

See also Wikipedia:Requested_articles/Applied_arts_and_sciences/Pharmacology

  1. Alpha naphthoflavone
  2. Ameiotic parthenogenesis
  3. Agnique - A type of insecticide: [11]
  4. Gherin
  5. Gynexin
  6. Irisin - currently redirects to FNDC5
  7. Norshin
  8. Pann leaf
  9. Perhydrocyclopentanophenanthrene (the basic structure of a steroid)
  10. Pterorhodin - see Chromatophore
  11. Trocheliophorol
  12. Twilight drug
  13. Valproylamide (not a specific drug, but a class of drug
  14. VPRX
  15. Watermelon frost
  16. LD 55
  17. Klerokinesis - A mode of cell division: [http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/12/121217140328.htm
  18. Zeta inhibitory peptide - An inhibitor of PKMzeta used for studying long-term potentiation and other aspects of memory
  19. 1-methylguanosine - A modified nucleoside present in tRNA
  20. N,N-dimethylguanosine - A modified nucleoside present in tRNA

Cells

  1. DT40 cells
  2. Founder cell
  3. Gland thread cell - a type of cell in Hagfish that secretes slime used for defense
  4. Henle-407 cells
  5. Thymic epithelial cells - one of the family of antigen-presenting cells

Concepts in biochemistry and molecular biology

  1. Bacteriolysis
  2. Bayer's junctions
  3. Carrier ampholyte
  4. Chemomechanical energy
  5. Critical node
  6. Energy decomposition cycle
  7. Glycan remodeling
  8. Hormonal synergism
  9. Immunoserology
  10. Induction potential
  11. Integration site
  12. Male hormonal cycle 1??
  13. Metabolic streamlining
  14. Nongenetic individuality
  15. Organic cell sizes
  16. Ortho tricyclen lo
  17. Phosphatase test
  18. Phosphomannan
  19. Polysome profile
  20. Prichard's structures
  21. RaperMason pathway
  22. RxFISH
  23. Surface effect in organelles
  24. Tritiated water exchange

Genetics

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Proteins

  • Please sort these proteins into more specific categories below, if applicable
  1. Apoptosis inhibitor of macrophage
  2. arginine finger
  3. Brahma (protein complex)
  4. Caudal protein
  5. cdc2-related kinases
  6. Central acidic activation domain
  7. Fertilization promoting peptide
  8. Focal copy number amplification
  9. hemagglutanin decapeptide
  10. ICT1 a functional peptidyl transfer RNA hydrolase
  11. ileS
  12. insertase
  13. isotope coded affinity tag
  14. leucine2alanine enkephalin
  15. leuS
  16. Mba1 a Saccharomyces cerevisiae mitochondrial protein
  17. MRPL 44 Mitochondria Specific Ribosomal Protein 44
  18. MRPL 45 Mitochondria Specific Ribosomal Protein 45
  19. MRPL 47 Mitochondria Specific Ribosomal Protein 47
  20. MRPL 49 Mitochondria Specific Ribosomal Protein 49
  21. MRPL 52 Mitochondria Specific Ribosomal Protein 52
  22. MRPL 58 Mitochondria Specific Ribosomal Protein 58
  23. nectine
  24. OXA1L
  25. PCSK1N : a precursor protein encoding peptides call SAAS, PEN and LEN, among others. See Uniprot, PLoS ONE, Journal of Neuroscience
  26. P-proteins
  27. P34cdc2
  28. pyrG
  29. recG
  30. rplB
  31. Selenoprotein biosynthesis
  32. Seminalplasmin (An antibiotic naturally present in seminal fluid, secreted by the prostate)
  33. Type-II DNA binding protein

Enzymes

  1. Alanine deaminase
  2. Bal 31 nuclease
  3. Deadenylase
  4. Deadenylation
  5. Euglobulin
  6. Maxi (protein) an antifreeze protein Type I, 3 kD and alanine rich from winter flounder Pseudopleuronectes americanus
  7. Pseudoglobulin
  8. Termamyl
  9. Transasparaginase
  10. PLC-y1
  11. Mechanoenzymes
  12. Qβ replicase
  13. Prolyl tRNA Synthetase also known as PRS, involved in making charge prolyl-tRNAs for translation of RNA to proteins

Receptor proteins

  1. Rh16 Rhodopsin photoreceptors
  2. P-SMAC
  3. C-SMAC
  4. D-SMAC

Protein families

  1. Atypical Protein Kinase C (aPKC)
  2. Neurexophilin, e.g. NRXN1, NXPH3
  3. Ubiquitin-like modifiers group of small proteins that modify other proteins post-translationally. See for example Vierstra: The Expanding Universe of Ubiquitin and Ubiquitin-Like Modifiers, Plant Physiol. 160:1 (2012) 2-14. doi:10.1104/pp.112.200667

Unsorted

  1. Elovanoid - see this news report
  2. AKR mice (A strain of laboratory mouse. AKR mice are useful in cancer, immunology, and metabolism research.) (Source)
  3. Biotin repressor [12]
  4. Pterorhodin - pigment molecule
  5. Ubiquitin Binding Domains See [13] and [14]
  6. Furan fatty acids
  7. Stalk cell
  8. Ribbon representation (protein structures as different forms of "pasta")
  9. ampR gene
  10. Biogeek
  11. Calyptogena See [15] and [16]
  12. Cardiac hypoplasia
  13. Computational viewpoint
  14. Cryoultramicrotome
  15. Extracellular Matrix Metalloproteinase Inducer (EMMPRIN)
  16. Foreign body granulomatous reaction
  17. Leucomaine
  18. MasonGoldner (Trichrome) stain
  19. Nicotine vaccine
  20. Popham Creek
  21. Pre-segment portion of protein chain
  22. Pro-segment portion of protein chain
  23. NPxY motif
  24. P1 & P2 Centrifuges
  25. Platelet glycoprotein GPIbIX complex
  26. Polyomavirus transforming antigen
  27. Postdisplacement
  28. Principal of complementarity
  29. Vapour pressure gradient
  30. Cholymicron
  31. Psychogenic shock
  32. Alcanivorax borkumensis
  33. Amblyospora
  34. Chemostress
  35. Dilute Nutrient Broth (DNB)
  36. Farr's Law
  37. In vitro runoff transcription assay
  38. Minimal medium A (MMA)
  39. Peptic duodenitis
  40. Reticulopodia
  41. Spirillum itersonii
  42. Ultraviolet irradiation therapy
  43. Viable count
  44. Microbiodiversity
  45. Clas Alströmer or Claus von Alstroemer Swedish baron see #Alstroemeria
  46. Myofibrillar myopathy
  47. Leonard Troland who?? Him, presumably. --Magnus Manske (talk) 15:20, 17 August 2012 (UTC)
  48. Sf9 - insect cell line used as a tool in research to express baculoviral-vector recombinant protein (see Sf21)
  49. Achromocyte - also called achromacyte, achromatocyte, ghost corpuscle, or phantom corpuscle, an achromocyte is a decolorized crescent-shaped red blood cell}}
  50. Estrone-3-Glucuronide (E1G)
  51. Abequose - a deoxy hexose
  52. Universal minimum metabolic rate UMMR

Zootomy

Philosophy of biology

Other biology terms

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  1. ΦFX174 phage

A-B

  1. Achromatin - tissue which is not stained by fluid dyes
  2. Actin polymerization toxin
  3. Active site-directed irreversible inhibitor
  4. Active site titrant
  5. Allocentric currently redirects to Allothetic
  6. Allophenic
  7. Ambidextrian (as distinct from ambidextrous)
  8. Amidination
  9. Antennapedia complex
  10. Aspartyl proteinase inhibitors
  11. Autonomous controlling element
  12. Avidinbiotin system
  13. Bacterial magnetic particles (BMP)
  14. Blastoid see lifecycle of Salps

C

  1. C genes of immunoglobulin
  2. Chromocenter
  3. Clonal expansion
  4. Complex loci
  5. Corpuscolate signals
  6. Cysteine protease inhibitor
  7. Cytorrhexis

D

  1. Deadend inhibition
  2. Denaturants stabilizer
  3. Dgdc tailing
  4. Differential cell affinity
  5. Dorsal/cactus complex
  6. Dorsoventral polarity

E-F

  1. Ecotag (computer searching program for GenBank)
  2. Epimerite
  3. Equilibrium dialysis
  4. Erenkov radiation
  5. Expansibility
  6. Filariform
  7. Fillin reaction
  8. Focal contact
  9. Fourhelix bundle motif
  10. Fenn Effect

H

  1. Haldane relationship
  2. Hemoglobin Kansas (a hemoglobin variant with a lowered oxygen affinity, HbVar ID 466 dbSNP rs33948057)
  3. Heterogonic
  4. Highlander Syndrome [18]
  5. His operon
  6. Hodge and Sterner Scale
  7. Holocentric chromosome
  8. Hu and related protein
  9. HuC gene
  10. Hybrid individual
  11. Hydrogen exchange
  12. Hydroxyapatite chromatography
  13. Hypogonadal dwarfism

I

  1. Immunoglobulin biosynthesis
  2. Interband
  3. Intermediate junction
  4. Inverse folding problem
  5. Isofunctional protein

L

  1. Light-activated biological ligand
  2. Linker scanning
  3. Late Embryo Abundant (LEA) genes (plant physiology)

M

  1. Marker exchange mutagenesis
  2. Master chromosome
  3. Medium chain dehydrogenase
  4. Medium chain reductase
  5. Membrane-perturbing toxin
  6. Membrane anchor
  7. Membrane-proximal external region
  8. Meroblastic cleavage
  9. Metacentric chromosome
  10. Metal response element
  11. Metalloproteinase inhibitors
  12. Methionine regulon
  13. Methionine repressor
  14. Microstrains
  15. Minicell
  16. Molecular averaging
  17. Moniliformis dubius
  18. Monocentric chromosome
  19. Monoxenous
  20. Multifunctional protein
  21. Mutator gene
  22. Myb oncogene

N

  1. Neuroparasitology (the study of the effects of parasites on the nervous system)(this is your brain on parasites) [19]
  2. N-region diversity
  3. NAD-binding protein
  4. Nitrogen catabolite repression issing article|Nitrogen+catabolite+repression}}
  5. Nonautonomous controlling element
  6. Nonpermissive condition
  7. Nonrepetitive DNA
  8. Nonsense suppression

O

  1. Ochre suppressor
  2. Oligo dT -- redirect to Thymidine?
  3. Ompa
  4. Oozing plants
  5. Ooplasmic segregation
  6. Oozoid see lifecycle of Salps
  7. Opal suppressor
  8. Oskar gene
  9. Ouchterlony double diffusion
  10. Oxygenbinding protein

P

  1. Pathogenesis in fungi
  2. Pectinella Magnifica
  3. Peptide antibiotic biosynthesis
  4. Phosphatidylinositol kinase
  5. Phosphorous isotope
  6. Pili phase variation
  7. Phytochrome Interacting Factor
  8. Polar plasma
  9. Polyamino acid
  10. Polyclone
  11. Polyglycine
  12. Pore gradient electrophoresis
  13. Prereplicative complexe
  14. Precession photograph
  15. Preferential binding
  16. Preferential hydration
  17. Processivity complex
  18. Prokinensis
  19. Protein detection
  20. ProtonordicCroMagnoid type
  21. Pseudotentacle Anatomical name for anemones' arms.
  22. Psychophilous
  23. Pumilio gene
  24. Purine ribonucleotide metabolism
  25. Pyrimidine ribonucleotide metabolism

R

  1. Reassociation (nucleic acid)
  2. Retroregulation
  3. Reverse translation
  4. Rhabditiform

S

  1. Scanning hypothesis
  2. Scattering intensity distribution
  3. Secretion vector
  4. Seminal ribonuclease
  5. Sequence code
  6. Serum dependence
  7. Slow-binding enzyme inhibition
  8. Small cytoplasmic RNA
  9. Small cytoplasmic RNP
  10. Solvent flattening
  11. Soybean trypsin inhibitor
  12. Splinter population
  13. Staggered cut
  14. Star sand (possibly should redirect to a foram but I don't know which.)
  15. Sterol response element
  16. Stop-transfer sequence
  17. Stringency
  18. Structure database
  19. Substrate inhibition
  20. Superantigen toxin
  21. Switch region

T

  1. T complex
  2. Tac promoter
  3. Transposon immunity
  4. Telocentric chromosome
  5. Temperature sensitive mutation
  6. Terminal redundancy
  7. Terrapin Institute
  8. Thiol proteinase
  9. Threading protein sequence
  10. Threonine operon
  11. Tibial anteversion
  12. Tiller angle
  13. Tilt aftereffect
  14. Tocsy spectrum
  15. Tolerance (immunology) Immune tolerance exists
  16. Topogenesis
  17. Tracking dye
  18. Transfer free energy
  19. Transformation of fungi
  20. Transgenic technology
  21. Translation repressor
  22. Translational editing
  23. Transverse gradient gel electrophoresis
  24. Trigger factor
  25. Triple resonance
  26. Triple-helical protein
  27. Triton X114
  28. tRNA ligase
  29. Tulip library
  30. Ty element

V

  1. Visual Preferential Looking Task (VPLT)

Z

  1. Zones of physiological stress
  2. Zonula occludens toxin

Unsorted

  1. Aftershaft [20]
  2. Amorphous sediment
  3. Antibiotic use in agriculture Dealt with in part by a number of separate articles, but own page justified due to scale of industry, amount of science and discussion.
  4. Corporeal morphology
  5. Culminicorn
  6. Diffuse competition
  7. Distributed motion
  8. Dry cow
  9. Final electron acceptor
  10. Functional morphology
  11. Heel-to-toe walking
  12. Hypoptilum [21]
  13. Locophore
  14. Loose circumcision
  15. Mesial drift
  16. Plasmid-maintenance mechanisms
  17. Residue substitution - genetics
  18. Riboregulators
  19. Satellite Colony
  20. Stereoencephalotomy
  21. Vector incrimination
  22. Twitching motility
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