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Words Worth Remembering.

META ? Denoting change of position.
RAMIFIED ? A sub-division of a complex structure or process comparable to tree's branches.
AUTONOMIC ? Functioning involuntarly.
CHRONIC ? Persisting for a long time.
DILATE ? Make or become WIDER.
TRANSVERSE ? Situated, arranged or acting in a crosswise direction.
MALIGNANT ? Of a disease. a)Very virulent or infectious. b) of a tumour, cancerous.
PAROXYSM ? Sudden Attack.
ADSORB ? Hold (Molocules) to it's surface, causing a thin film to form (,Use of a solid,related to Absorb)
ARBITRARY ? Popular choice, by uniformed opinion.
PERPENDICULAR At right angles to the plane of the Horizon, Upright Vertical.
HOMEOSTASIS Maintaining balance.
DIFFERENTIATE Become diferent from one another.
MEABOLISM All the chemical processes that occur within a living organism, resulting in energy production.
COMPOUND A substance formed from 2 or more elements chemically united in fixed proportions.
ORGANELLE Any of various organised or specialized structures which form part of a cell.
OSMOSIS ? Osmosis is a physical process in which a solvent moves, without input of energy, across a semipermeable membrane (permeable to the solvent, but not the solute) separating two solutions of different concentrations.
PH ? The Measure of ACIDITY or ALKALINITY based on the Concentrations of HYDROGEN IONS in a Solution.
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