Translation of biogenesis in Spanish:

biogenesis

biogénesis, n.

Pronunciation /ˌbaɪoʊˈdʒɛnəsəs/ /ˌbʌɪə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪsɪs/

noun

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    biogénesis feminine
    • Finally, essential processes such as transcription, translation, protein trafficking, organelle biogenesis, and secretion are likely to influence iron metabolism to different degrees and in different ways.
    • Furthermore, cholesterol is required for macromolecular synthesis and cell growth as well as for membrane biogenesis in this microorganism.
    • The biogenesis of microtubules in vivo consists of a cascade of sequential reactions.
    • Many of these effects can be interrelated through a general action on membrane biogenesis and integrity which in turn can occur because lipid metabolism is altered.
    • The majority of these genes are involved in coenzyme transport and metabolism and in cellular wall and membrane biogenesis.
    • Replication of the mitochondrial genome is required to synthesize new protein to support biogenesis.
    • These findings suggest that the specificity of translational activation plays an important role in fungal mitochondrial biogenesis.
    • Proteins involved with cell wall biogenesis, which display low connectivity levels, have a clear trend of later appearance.
    • Therefore, changes in the mitochondrial machinery of plants grown in high [CO 2] are associated with altered mitochondrial function and biogenesis and are not necessarily related to energy production.
    • Is it a product of biogenesis, the result of an organic surface, something akin to a paper-like sheet of protoplasm, that turns on itself and eventually develops inner, median, and outer layers?