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biomedicine

bi´o`med`i`cine
n.1.The application of the principles and techniques of the natural sciences, especially biology, to investigate and solve problems in clinical medicine.
2.The investigation of the effects of external environmental factors such as weightlessness on the human body.
Noun1.biomedicine - the branch of medical science that applies biological and physiological principles to clinical practice
2.biomedicine - the branch of medical science that studies the ability of organisms to withstand environmental stress (as in space travel)
medical specialty, medicine
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biology class
biology department
biology lab
biology laboratory
Bioluminescence
bioluminescent
Biolysis
Biolytic
Biomagnetic
Biomagnetism
biomass
Biome
biomedical
biomedical cloning
biomedical engineering
biomedical science
-- biomedicine --
biometric authentication
biometric identification
biometrics
Biometry
Bion
bionic
bionic man
bionic woman
bionics
bionomic
bionomical
bionomics
Bionomy
biont
Biophor
Biophotophone
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