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microscope [’maɪkrə‚skəʋp]------------------------- micoscopio -----------Sustantivo

Plural: microscopes

1. microscopio; Magnifier of the image of small objects.

The invention of the microscope led to the discovery of the cell.

optical instrument Sustantivo
Plural: optical instruments

1. instrumento óptico

enzymes --------------------es el plural de---------------------------- enzyme

Enzymes ..................................................................................are proteins

1. enzima; Sinónimos: chemical ferment; Any of several complex proteins that are
2. produced by cells and act as catalysts in specific biochemical reactions.
3. proteasa, enzima que destruye proteínas; Sinónimos: protease, proteinase; Any
of several complex proteins that are produced by cells and act as catalysts in
specific biochemical reactions.
4. renina; Sinónimos: chymosin, enzyme produced by the kidney, lab ferment,
renin, rennin; Enzyme produced by the kidney.
5. transaminasa; Sinónimos: aminotransferase, transaminase; Any of several
complex proteins that are produced by cells and act as catalysts in specific
biochemical reactions.

chemical -----------------------------------------------------------Sustantivo
Plural: chemicals

1. producto químico, químico, reactivo, substancia química, sustancia química;

Sinónimos: chemical product, chemical substance, adjuvant, reactant, reactor,
reagent, reactive substance; Produced by or used in a reaction involving changes
in atoms or molecules.

chemical Adjetivo

1. químico; Relating to or used in chemistry. ; Of or made from or using substances

produced by or used in reactions involving atomic or molecular changes.

Chemical engineer.
Chemical balance.
Chemical fertilizer.

molecule Sustantivo
Plural: molecules
1. molécula; The simplest structural unit of an element or compound.

fatty Sustantivo
Plural: fatties

1. gordo, gordi, gordis; Sinónimos: fat person, fatso, fat man, fat guy, blimp,
butterball; A rotund individual.

fatty Adjetivo

1. grasoso, graso, lleno de grasa, mantecoso, seboso, untoso, craso, pingüe;

Sinónimos: greasy, grease, blubbery, buttery, fat, full of grease, lardy, crass, fat-
laden, suety; Containing or composed of fat.

Fatty food.
Fat tissue.

2. adiposo; Sinónimos: adipose, liparoid, which contains fat; Containing or

composed of fat.

Fatty food.
Fat tissue.

urea Sustantivo
Plural: ureas

1. urea, carbamido; Sinónimos: carbamide; The chief solid component of

mammalian urine; synthesized from ammonia and carbon dioxide and used as
fertilizer and in animal feed and in plastics.

membrane Sustantivo
Plural: membranes

1. membrana, binza; Sinónimos: membrana; A pliable sheet of tissue that covers or

lines or connects organs or cells of animals.

fluid Sustantivo
Plural: fluids

1. fluido, líquido; Sinónimos: liquid; A continuous amorphous substance that tends

to flow and to conform to the outline of its container: a liquid or a gas. ; A
substance that is fluid at room temperature and pressure.
2. licor

fluid Adjetivo
1. elocuente; Sinónimos: talkative, well-spoken, articulate, convincing, eloquent,
expressive, fluent, glib; Smooth and unconstrained in movement.

A long, smooth stride.

The fluid motion of a cat.
The liquid grace of a ballerina.
Liquid prose.

2. fluido, líquido; Sinónimos: liquid, flowing; In cash or easily convertible to

cash. ; Characteristic of a fluid; capable of flowing and easily changing shape.

Liquid (or fluid) assets.

mitochondria /mi·to·chon·dria/ (mi″to-kon´dre-ah) sing. mitochon´drion [Gr.] small

spherical to rod-shaped cytoplasmic organelles, enclosed by two membranes separated
by an intermembranous space; the inner membrane is infolded, forming a series of
projections (cristae). Mitochondria are the principal sites of ATP synthesis; they contain
enzymes of the tricarboxylic acid cycle and for fatty acid oxidation, oxidative
phosphorylation, and many other biochemical pathways. They contain their own nucleic
acids and ribosomes, replicate independently, and code for the synthesis of some of
their own proteins.mitochon´drial
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Spherical or rod shaped parts of the cell. Mitochondria contain genetic material (DNA
and RNA) and are responsible for converting food to energy.
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[mī′tōkon′drē·on] pl. mitochondria
Etymology: Gk, mitos, thread, chondros, cartilage
a rodlike, threadlike, or granular organelle that functions in aerobic respiration and
occurs in varying numbers in all eukaryotic cells except mature erythrocytes. It is
bounded by two sets of membranes, a smooth outer one and an inner one that is
arranged in folds, or cristae, that extend into the interior of the mitochondrion, called the
matrix. Mitochondria provide the principal source of cellular energy through oxidative
phosphorylation and adenosine triphosphate synthesis. They also contain the enzymes
involved with electron transport and the citric acid and fatty acid cycles. Mitochondria
are self-replicating and contain their own DNA, RNA polymerase, transfer RNA, and
ribosomes. Also called chondriosome. mitochondrial, adj.
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(mī´tōkon´drē ), small, rodlike, threadlike, or granular organelles within the cytoplasm that function
in cellular metabolism and respiration and occur in varying numbers in all living cells
except bacteria, viruses, blue-green algae, and mature erythrocytes.
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[Gr.] plural of mitochondrion; small, spherical to rod-shaped, membrane-bounded
cytoplasmic organelles that are the principal sites of ATP synthesis; they also contain
enzymes of the citric acid cycle and for fatty acid oxidation, oxidative phosphorylation,
and other biochemical pathways. Mitochondria also contain DNA, RNA and ribosomes;
they replicate independently and synthesize some of their own proteins.

mi·to·chon·dri·on (m t -k n dr - n)
n. pl. mi·to·chon·dri·a (-dr - )
A spherical or elongated organelle in the cytoplasm of nearly all eukaryotic cells,
containing genetic material and many enzymes important for cell metabolism, including
those responsible for the conversion of food to usable energy. It consists of two
membranes: an outer smooth membrane and an inner membrane arranged to form
mi to·chon dri·al (-dr - l) adj.

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nutrients es el plural de nutrient

nutrient Sustantivo

1. nutriente, nutrimento, sustancia nutritiva; Sinónimos: food, food value,

nourishment, nutriment, aliment, pabulum; Any substance that can be
metabolized by an organism to give energy and build tissue.

glucose Sustantivo
Plural: glucoses

1. glucosa, dextrosa; Sinónimos: dextrose, grape sugar, diabetic sugar, corn sugar,
dextroglucose; Fruit sugar that can be obtained from starch by acid hydrolysis.;
A monosaccharide sugar that has several forms; an important source of
physiological energy.

white blood cells es el plural de white blood cell

white blood cell Sustantivo

1. glóbulo blanco, corpúsculo blanco, leucocito, corpúsculo leucocito; Sinónimos:

white corpuscle, leukocyte, leucocyte, wandering cell, blood corpuscle, W.B.C.;
Blood cells that engulf and digest bacteria and fungi; an important part of the
body's defense system.

lipid Sustantivo
Plural: lipids
1. lípido, grasa y sustancias similares, sustancia grasa o cerosa para construir las
células del cuerpo o como fuente de energía; Sinónimos: lipide, fatty or waxy
substance for building body cells or as energy source, fatty chemical, fat; An
oily organic compound insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents;
essential structural component of living cells (along with proteins and

lipid Adjetivo

1. lípido; Sinónimos: lipide

protein Sustantivo
Plural: proteins

1. proteína, proteido; Sinónimos: proteid, protide; Any of a large group of

nitrogenous organic compounds that are essential constituents of living cells;
consist of polymers of amino acids; essential in the diet of animals for growth
and for repair of tissues; can be obtained from meat and eggs and milk a.

electrolytes es el plural de electrolyte

electrolyte Sustantivo

1. electrólito; Conductive medium where ions carry electricity. ; A solution that

conducts electricity.

The proper amount and distribution of electrolytes in the body is essential for

acid Sustantivo
Plural: acids

1. ácido; Sinónimos: corrosive; Any of various water-soluble compounds having a

sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a

2. ácido lisérgico, ácido; Sinónimos: LSD, lysergic acid; Street name for lysergic
acid diethylamide.

acid Adjetivo

1. ácido, agrio, acedo, agarroso; Sinónimos: biting, sour, acid-forming, acidulous,

sharp, vinegary, acidic; Containing acid.

An acid taste.
2. acerbo; Sinónimos: harsh, biting, acerb, acerbic, mordacious, mordant, pungent;
Sharply disagreeable; rigorous. ; Used of circumstances (especially weather) that
cause suffering.; Unpleasantly stern. ; Disagreeable to the senses.

reticulum Sustantivo

1. redecilla; Sinónimos: hair net, hairnet, snood

2. retículo; The second compartment of the stomach of a ruminant. ; Any fine
network (especially one in the body composed of cells or blood vessels).

globule Sustantivo

1. glóbulo, cuerpo esférico de pequeñas dimensiones; Sinónimos: small spherical

body, spherical body; A small globe or ball.
2. supositorio; Sinónimos: suppository; A small plug of medication designed for
insertion into the rectum or vagina where it melts.