Translation of biological in Spanish:

biological

biológico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌbaɪəˈlɑdʒək(ə)l//bʌɪə(ʊ)ˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/

adjective

  • 1

    (research/process/reaction) biológico
    (washing powder) biológico
    (warfare/weapons) biológico
    • They can not be used for biological weapons like anthrax, which are destroyed by the missile's impact.
    • Lipid-protein interactions are vital for the organization and function of biological membranes.
    • Both are important research organisms in biological laboratories.
    • This element is the presence of weapons of mass destruction, WMD, which includes chemical, toxin, biological, and nuclear weapons.
    • Like chemical and biological weapons, cyber weapons can target large masses of people in both military and civilian communities.
    • It is, in fact, their infectious nature which makes them useful as vectors to introduce alien genes into biological organisms.
    • Mark Isaak has an interesting site entitled Curiosities of Biological Nomenclature that explains how biological organisms are named.
    • Further, ballistic missiles may not be the preferred delivery method for biological weapons.
    • Such preparation serves to deter the use of biological weapons, because the opponent's original asymmetric advantage has been reduced.
    • Our sense organs are part of our biological organism, living organism.
    • These inspectors will render an accounting of all nuclear, chemical and biological weapons programs and will help oversee their elimination.
    • Durkheim thinks modern society resembles a biological organism, where duties and functions are distributed to different organs.
    • Our view of the structural organization of biological membranes has recently evolved.
    • First of all, it has proven difficult if not impossible to establish a definition of intelligence, as a biological property of an organism, that is free of value judgment.
    • Knowledge that the threat is in place; that nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons are armed and ready to be used.
    • For a long time terrorists had drawn the line at using nuclear, biological and chemical weapons.
    • Even the use of chemical or biological weapons is problematic.
    • In recent years, similar scenarios have been used to model the growth of cells in biological organisms.
    • And what is the biological function of an organism?
    • To reduce the severity and extent of war if it does break out, for example by limiting possession and use of nuclear and chemical and biological weapons.
    • Accepta 7101 is an innovative biological and enzyme treatment product which has been specifically developed for the reactivation of poorly performing septic tanks.
    • Biomarkers are indicators or measures of change in biological function of an organism.
    • There will be a lot more drills on how to deal with the possible use of chemical or biological weapons.
    • Instead, they've argued, companies are more like biological organisms - living things that learn, evolve, and eventually die.
    • Use biological washing powder to clean your roasting tins: sprinkle in a cup of powder, add warm water and leave to soak for an hour
    • Ozone absorbs much of the high energy ultraviolet radiation from the sun that is harmful to biological organisms.
    • Also, the governments have to think seriously about the threat of chemical weapons and biological toxins.
    • It seems almost a truism that the array of beneficial fitness effects must depend idiosyncratically on the biological details of an organism and its environment.
    • Chemical and biological weapons were perceived to be as devastating as a nuclear weapon at a fraction of the cost and technical expertise.
    • This heavy metal has no known biological function in living organisms.
    • STCD-Dry Plus: Is a Natural Biological Septic Tank, Cesspool and Grease Trap Cleaner Digester and Deodorizer, using a safe and effective beneficial micro-organism enzyme catalyst blend.
    • She added that volcanoes also are a source of many of the essential chemicals that may be necessary for the evolution of biological organisms.
    • IBM has unveiled an ambitious initiative to develop technologies that share the basic biological abilities of living organisms.
    • Dum-dum bullets, chemical and biological weapons are banned outright on the basis that the military benefits of their use can never be proportionate to the suffering caused.
    • Chapters four through seven feature biological aspects of organisms living in, above, and below snow.
    • Chemical toxins differ from biological weapons in that they are nonliving pathogens and require direct infection and contact with the victim.
    • It will be particularly useful for those practicing integrated pest management or just studying pests and other biological organisms in nature.
    • The use of children as weapons of war should be put on the same moral and legal footing as the use of landmines or biological weapons - simply beyond the pale.
    • Because bullets, bombs, and biological weapons don't distinguish between human and non-human animals.
    • The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome epidemic in China is a modest measure of what might occur after serious biological weapon attack in the United States.
    • The pre-treatment and/or post-treatment baths are compatible with the biological cleaning bath and during operation of the system, the used pre-treatment and/or post-treatment baths are recycled to the biological cleaning solution for biodegradation.
    • Some in the West even believe these weapons can use biological models.
    • Biotechnology is the use of living organisms or biological substances to discover or produce therapeutic remedies.
    • And chemical and biological weapon toxins have a certain shelf life.
    • Biological cleaning solutions, being natural and generally harmless, are very safe to use meaning cleaning staff are protected during general use and in the event of accidental spillages
  • 2

    (natural)
    (parent) biológico
    • And the mother and father, the biological parents of this baby were in the wind but the grandparents lived in New Jersey.
    • As for that, my biological parents, my mother and father are dead.
    • Parenting is separated from sexuality in a way that it is not for heterosexual parents with biological children.
    • One father who had biological children separated by four months with two different mothers, both living in the same town, was interviewed.
    • At the moment, it is uncertain as to who is the biological mother and biological father of the children.
    • The first time he calls for her, he pretends to the nuns that he is her father and to the girl that her biological parent (who in fact has fled the country) sent him.
    • They also say they hoped to avoid custody battles between adoptive parents and biological fathers who step forward too late.
    • She knew that she was not the biological daughter of her parents, she knew all along.
    • The man who wreaked violence on Marlene's home right throughout her youth was not her biological father but her mother met him when she was still just a young child.
    • The phrase ‘parent of grandchildren’ includes the grandmothers' biological children and their spouses.
    • The bill does differentiate between natural guardians - the biological parents - and appointed guardians.
    • Experts suggested that if any legal dispute arose between the two couples over who should be considered the twins' parents, then the biological mother would have a strong case.
    • But what can be said about families that are missing one parent, typically the biological father who has either left or died?
    • When the fire-fighter dies, her parents - the biological grandparents - refuse to hand over the infant boy to his other mother.
    • He had always been her parent, even more so than her own biological mother and father.
    • She says that she and her husband explained to their biological children about fostering and that the children are happy with it.
    • He claims that his mother also revealed his biological father's identity and urged that he seek him out.
    • It is simply a stronger version of the relation between any child and biological parent.
    • Scientists are to carry out the first British experiments on human embryos that would create a baby with three biological parents - two mothers and a father.
    • It could mean that donors would lose their right to anonymity once their offspring turn 18, allowing children to trace their biological mothers and fathers.