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A substance that dissociates in water to yield a hydroxyl ion.  A donator of electrons.
Pertaining to bile, an excretion produced by the liver, stored in the gall bladder, and released into the small intestine.
The metabolic process whereby a parent substance is chemically changed to a daughter substance which has increased biological activity.
Biological Half-Life
The time required to eliminate one-half the quantity of a substance from the body.
Conversion of a chemical from one form to another by a biological organism.
Blood plasma
The non-cellular, fluid portion of whole blood.
Body Burden
The total amount of a substance which has accumulated in the body.
Bone Marrow
The tissue within the internal open space of bones (e.g., shaft of long bones) in which the blood-forming elements exist.
The very small branches of the tracheo-bronchial tree of the respiratory tract which terminate in the alveoli.
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