Translation of biosynthesis in Spanish:

biosynthesis

biosíntesis, n.

Pronunciation /ˌbaɪoʊˈsɪnθəsəs//bʌɪə(ʊ)ˈsɪnθɪsɪs/

noun

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    biosíntesis feminine
    • In this mutant, a protein is inactivated which plays a key role during the negative feedback control of chlorophyll biosynthesis.
    • This is an essential metabolic reaction that precedes the sucrose biosynthesis in the cytosol.
    • However, enzymes for their biosynthesis are found in both cell types.
    • Coordination of reproduction and yolk biosynthesis is achieved via the endocrine system.
    • In higher plants, the pathways of chlorophyll and haem biosynthesis are tightly regulated at an early step.
    • Mutants affected in cellulose biosynthesis have been identified in vascular plants.
    • Roma might reflect a more or less continuous biosynthesis of new cell wall material.
    • It should be mentioned that there is no evidence for disturbed chlorophyll biosynthesis in the mutant.
    • The biochemistry of carotenoid biosynthesis has been well established.
    • All previous theoretical analyses of metabolic costs of lignin biosynthesis used glucose as substrate.
    • Bacterial growth is directly linked to the capacity of the cells for protein biosynthesis.
    • Floral senescence in many species is regulated by ethylene biosynthesis.
    • In the whole plant, multicellular compartmentation is required for alkaloid biosynthesis.
    • Cysteine biosynthesis is modified by regulators acting at the site of uptake and throughout the plant system.
    • In this pathway it is well known that biosynthesis is subject to both positive and negative feedback regulation.
    • However, fewer hormone biosynthesis or action mutants are known which exhibit greater than normal growth.
    • In vivo, the repression of genes involved in starch biosynthesis has been reported to block pollen development.
    • Adequate measures were taken to protect the plants from biotic and abiotic stresses that may influence lignin biosynthesis.
    • Metabolic pathways involved in starch biosynthesis are different between source and sink tissues.
    • This can only be realized if the rate of ethylene biosynthesis is regulated by submergence-induced signals.