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a rodlike structures in cells that undergo division and that contain
hereditary information of the organism
Chromosome
to treat with a solution of potassium bichromate, as in dyeing
Chrome
provided with, or surrounded by, cilia; as, a ciliate leaf; endowed with
vibratory motion; as, the ciliated epithelium of the windpipe
Ciliate
a microscopic hairlike process extending from the surface of a cell or
unicellular organism. Capable of rhythmical motion, it acts in unison with other such structures to bring about the movement of the cell or of the
surrounding medium
Cilium
the condition of a place in relation to various phenomena of the atmosphere, as temperature, moisture, etc., especially as they affect animal or vegetable life
Climate
a chemical group capable of selective light absorption resulting in the coloration of certain organic compounds
Chromophore
a stage in ecological development in which a community of organisms, especially plants, is stable and capable of perpetuating itself; also called a climax community
Climax
in reptiles, birds, amphibians, and in many fishes, the cavity into which
both the intestinal and genitourinary tracts empty; in some vertebrates, a cavity that serves as a duct for excretion, respiration, and reproduction
Cloaca
of or pertaining to a cloaca
Cloacal
a type of symbiotic relationships in which one organism benefits from the association and the other is not affected
Commensalism
all the populations of different organisms within a given area
Community
any spherical or nearly spherical bacteria
Cocci
Chrom
Color
Cilia
Little hairs
Clima
Region, Slope
Cloaca
Sewer
Co
With
Cocc
Round, like a berry
a long or short chain of micrococci, more or less curved
Streptococcus