prospect, possibility, capability.
medicinal, medical, therapeutic, curative.
originate, come from, develop, obtain, draw from.
complex, mixture, mix, combination.
look to sb for sth
to hope that someone will provide something for you
reducing, alleviating, lessening, easing
healing, treating, alleviating, restore to health,
disease, illness, sickness
a member of the group of animals that includes humans and monkeys
apply, smear, spread
poison, venom, contaminant
if a thick liquid oozes from something or if something oozes a thick liquid, that liquid flows from it very slowly
a long thin creature with a very large number of legs (milledepe)
prevent, discourage, put off,
toxic, lethal, harmful
to rid themselves of
relating to the intestines (~ a long tube through which food travels from the stomach and out of the body while it is being digested)
a plant or animal that lives on or in another plant or animal and gets food from it
earliest, primeval, prehistoric, age-old,
predecessor, forefather, forebear,
understanding, knowledge, awareness, perception, sense
use your achievements as a base for further development
basis, groundwork, base, underpinning
achieve, reach the summit of, top off, improve
the process of removing or obtaining something from something else.
description, classification, account, categorisation.
alternation, adjustment, variation, change
a room or building with equipment for doing scientific tests
from the beginning, square one, from the ground up, initially
change, move, modification
hopeful, shows potential,
far from easy
difficult, challenging, tough, hard, complex
far from easy
make safe, safeguard, lock.
creature, life form, living thing
sth in question
smth is being discussed
separate, set apart, segregate, detach,
distinguish, exemplify, indicate, set apart
obstacle, difficulty, barrier, block.
drugs that are synthetized in laboratory
changing, shifting, altering, changeable, erratic,
stimulate, urge, encourage, provoke, inspire, motivate,
method, methodology, tactic
excavate, dig, extract
all the genes in one cell of living thing.
combination, mixture, complex
hardly, just, only, just about
scratch the surface
to deal with only a very small part of a subject or problem
relating to molecules, which are the simplest units of a chemical substance
variety, range, assortment, multiplicity.
threatening, alarming, frightening, scary, coming up
disaster, catastrophe, trouble, emergency, calamity. (plural: crises)
a drug that is used to kill bacteria and cure infections
refusing, refusal to accept, refusal to go along with,
the process of discovery and commercialization of new products based on biological resources.
strongly, decisively, determinedly,
put smt back on the map
to make a thing, person, or place famous
unquestionable, undeniable, undoubted, acknowledged,
ruler, owner, chief
earthly, underground, relating to the earth.
area, field, territory.
inhabit, live in, reside in, dominate,
place, position, area.
confusing, baffling, puzzling perplexing, mystifying,
an array of
a wild range of, a number of, many, various, quite a lot
communication, collaboration relations, connection.
development, growth, progress, advancement,
huge, vast, giant, massive, gigantic,
self-protective, defending, shielding, fortified
attacking, violent, aggressive
surpass, go over, go beyond, go above.
far and away
used to say that something is much better, worse etc than anything else
amount, quantity, percentage
look into something, explore, probe.
recognized, known, acknowledged
able to destroy harmful microbes which are small living things that can cause disease
a fly that lays its eggs on meat or wounds
young insect, worms, maggots
an antiviral drug or treatment is used to cure an infection or disease caused by a virus.
inhibiting the growth of a tumor or tumors
a chemical or substance that is used for a particular purpose or that has a particular effect
strong, powerful, effective,
bee, large bee
comparatively, quite, somewhat
the scientific study of plants and other living things in order to discover new drugs that can be used as medicines
way, style, method, means
an organ of the body or of a plant that secretes liquid chemicals that have various purposes
release, produce, ooze,
gain, find, acquire, achieve, get hold of
following, successive, later
real life, actuality, the real world
popular, common, all over the place
massive, considerable, limitless,
meet, see, come across, run into, come upon, stumble upon,
raise, nurture, look after, take care of,
cage, prison, custody,
not enough, inadequate, deficient, in short supply, lacking, #sufficient
method, methodology, technique, procedure, tactic
ecosystem, bionetwork, biology, environmental science, natural science
direct, aim, point, focus
animal, living being, living thing
release, produce, ooze
toxin, venom, contagion, toxic substance
quarry, victim, target
feeding, use, eating.
use, utilize, make use of, take advantage of, make the most of,
dirty, muddy, messy, grubby,
living environment, surrounding.
~ mine: the part of a mine from which coal, stone, etc is cut
corpse, cadaver, dead body
germ, virus, bacteria
solve, tackle, cope with, handle
able to cause disease.
motivate, encourage, stimulate
points someone in the right direction
to give one advice or information that helps guide them toward a desired outcome or course of action
relate to, accompany, mix, consort with
part, section, bit
add, include, make the addition of,
a cell culture developed from a single cell and therefore consisting of cells with a uniform genetic makeup.
separate, detach, cut off, set apart,
distinguish, typify, exemplify, set apart
wanted, needed, necessary, required,
profitable, trade, marketable, saleable, profitmaking,
originate, develope, come from
something of the same type that has happened or existed before
a large area of land that has never been developed or farmed
take, remove, withdraw, take away,
revolutionary, pioneering, innovative, leading-edge
preservation, protection, maintenance,
genuinely, truthfully, seriously, earnestly, really, from the bottom of one's heart,
apparently, on the face of it, superficially
for one's own sake
in order to help or bring advantage to someone (~for one's good or benefit)
shine a light
make it clear, brighten, give an explanation, investigate, clarify
the recesses of
a secret or hidden place
piece of furniture with shelves, cupboards, or drawers, used for storing or showing things