Translation of metabolism in Spanish:


metabolismo, n.

Pronunciation /mɪˈtabəlɪz(ə)m//məˈtæbəˌlɪzəm/


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    metabolismo masculine
    • Phenotypic variation can be brought about by altering hormone metabolism.
    • Altered carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism leads to a catabolic state.
    • Its function for anaerobic glycerol metabolism is unknown and in fact has not been studied so far.
    • There appears to be a common logic that can be discerned behind the list of these pleiotropic changes in cell metabolism.
    • There are three enzyme systems directly involved in sucrose metabolism.
    • These hormones are related to metabolism, and thus to nutritional and metabolic status.
    • It is also known that peroxisomal metabolism is lower in fish than in mammals.
    • The research programme aims to examine the nucleotide metabolism of germinating plant seeds.
    • One of the effects of flavonoids is the ability to modulate xenobiotic metabolism.
    • Nitrogen uptake and metabolism are central for vegetative and reproductive plant growth.
    • Seed germination is a developmental process of reactivation of metabolism to originate a new plant.
    • In addition to carbohydrate metabolism, other processes were affected by stress.
    • Legume seed development is closely related to metabolism and nutrient transport.
    • Dietary fructose effects on lipoprotein metabolism and risk for coronary artery disease.
    • This whole process of metabolism is analogous to filling a tank with fluid until it overflows.
    • Lysine metabolism in plants is regulated both by the rate of its synthesis and catabolism.
    • These fragments are possibly the consequence of metabolism in plasma or kidney.
    • There are many examples in which hexose metabolism is required for sensing.
    • Soluble carbohydrates have a key regulatory role in carbohydrate metabolism.
    • Cysteine represents the site at which sulphur enters amino acid metabolism.