form-, -form, forma-, format-
(Latin: shape, structure, figure, outer appearance, composition, to compose; visual appearance; spacial arrangement; to develop or to acquire; to produce)
"The common freshwater eel, Anguilla rostrata, of the family Anguillidae, is found in the Atlantic coastal regions of Europe, in the Mediterranean area, and in North America East of the Rocky Mountains (mountain range that extends from British Columbia to northern New Mexico)." 3. Etymology: from Latin anguilla "eel", a diminutive (indicating smallness) of anguis, "snake".
The most striking physical properties of spider silk are its strength and elasticity. It has been found that a thread .01 centimetre in diameter will support a weight of 80 grammes before breaking, and will stretch by over twenty per cent of its original length.
2. Forming or resembling an arch.
2. A pitcher-shaped, bottle-shaped, or baglike part or organ; such as, the hollow tubular leaf of a pitcher plant.
2. The application of computer technology to the management of biological information. Specifically, it is the science of developing computer databases and algorithms to facilitate and expedite biological research, particularly in genomics.
3. A scientific discipline that includes all aspects of the gathering, storing, handling, analyzing, interpreting and the spreading of biological information.
It involves powerful computers and innovative programs that handle vast amounts of coding information on genes and proteins from genomics programs.
It also comprises the development and application of computational algorithms for the purpose of analysis, interpretation, and prediction of data for the design of experiments in the biosciences.
The anaerobic environment (absence of air) of the intestines promotes biotransformation of chemicals with bacteria.