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Lecture 3

EASC 101 Lecture 3: definitions1

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Department
Earth and Planetary Sciences
Course Code
EASC-101
Professor
A N O N Y M O U S

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B-Cells lymphocytes that produce antibodies. B stands for bursa, an organ in the chicken where B-cells were first identified. Baby Water ordinary bottled water treated with ozone to make it safe but not sterile. Balance the dietary characteristic of providing foods of a number of types in proportion to each other, such that foods rich in some nutrients do not replace foods that are rich in other nutrients. Also called proportionality. Balance Study a laboratory study in which a person is fed a controlled diet and the intake and excretion of a nutrient are measured. Balance studies are valid only for nutrients like calcium (chemical elements) that do not change while they are in the body. Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) the rate at which the body uses energy to support its basal metabolism. Basal Metabolism the sum total of all of the involuntary activities that are necessary to sustain life, including circulation, respiration, temperature ma
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