Definition of Biopolymer

1. Noun. (biochemistry) any macromolecule of a living organism that is formed from the polymerization of smaller entities; a polymer that occurs in a living organism or results from life. ¹



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Definition of Biopolymer

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Biopolymer

1. Any macromolecule which can be found within a living thing, such as proteins (essentially long chains of amino acids), nucleic acids (such as DNA or RNA), and polysaccharides (long chains of simple sugars). (21 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biopolymer

biopixels
bioplasm
bioplasma
bioplasmas
bioplasmic
bioplasms
bioplast
bioplastic
bioplastics
bioplasts
biopoesis
biopoetics
biopolitical
biopolitically
biopolitics
biopolymer (current term)
biopolymers
biopotency
biopotential
biopower
biopreparation
biopreparations
bioprinter
bioprinters
bioprinting
bioprocess
bioprocessing
bioprocessor
bioprocessors
bioproduct

Literary usage of Biopolymer

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1. Manufacturing Technology Directorate: Project Book Update, 1996-97 by DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"JDL Subpanel: Electronics POC: Walt Spaulding WL/MTMM (937) 255-2461 Green Card: A BioPolymer Based and Environmentally Safe Printed Wiring Board Technology ..."

2. Biopolymers: Making Materials Nature's Way by Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress (1993)
"As illustrated in chapter 2, the potential applications of biopolymer materials ... As in Europe and Japan, US biopolymer technology is, for the most part, ..."

3. Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing And Biology by John C. Wooley, Herbert Lin (2005)
"Much like HTML, the language uses tags such as <protein>, <subunit>, and <peptide> to describe elements of a biopolymer along with a series of attributes. ..."

4. Hawaii Integrated Biofuels Research Program: Final Report by Patrick K. Takahashi (1995)
"The experimental procedure begins with loading a known weight of the biopolymer into a solid phase section. The three sections of the reactor are then ..."

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