Most common biology terms that start with alphabet c include Cardiotonic, carpel, cochlea, commensalism, cones, corm, cornea, corolla, cotyledon, and many more. feel free to scroll down and click on anyone you want to read.
CALYX: The outer whorl of flowers; consists of sepals
CARBON CYCLE: The biogeochemical cycle in which carbon circulates between organisms and the environment
CARDIOTONIC: Drugs to strengthen the heart muscles
CARNIVORES: Consumers who eat only animal flesh
CARPEL: Part of the gynoecium of the flower; consists of stigma, style and ovary
CARTILAGE: The connective tissue that is part of the human skeleton
CELL BODY: The cell body is the part of the neuron or nerve cell that contains the nucleus. From the cell body axon and dendrites emerge.
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: part of the nervous system made up of the brain and spinal cord
CEPHALOSPORIN: A group of antibiotics; interfere with the synthesis of the bacterial cell wall
CEREBELLUM: The part of the hindbrain is also called the little brain. It is located at the back of the brain. It controls muscle movements, balance Balance. Posture, Motor-learning, Sequence learning, Reflex, memory, Mental function, Emotional processing.
CEREBRAL CORTEX: It is the outer grey matter layer of the cerebral hemispheres, that covers the surface of the two cerebral hemispheres.
CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES: The brain divisions of the brain
CEREBROSPINAL FLUID: Fluid in the ventricles of the brain and in the central canal of the spinal cord
BRAIN: It is the part of the Central Nervous system present within the skull that consists of interneurons and has the ability to control many sensory and motor functions of an organism.
CERVIX: In the female reproductive system, the part that separates the uterus from the vagina
CHONDROCYTE: Cells found in cartilage
CHROMATIN: The chemical material that makes up the structure of the chromosome
CLONING: A method of asexual reproduction in which identical offspring are produced from vegetative tissue or from a cell of the parent
COCHLEA: The part of the inner ear; consists of three ducts wrapped in the form of a coiled tube; contains sound receptors
CO-DOMINANCE: The situation where two alleles of a pair of genes express their traits independently instead of showing a dominant-recessive relationship
COLLECTING DUCT: The tubes into which the renal tubules of the nephrons open
COLOR BLINDNESS: genetic disorders in which the person cannot recognize basic colors
COMMENSALISM: A type of symbiosis in which one partner gains an advantage while the other gains or harms it
COMPACT BONE: The hard outer layer of bones
CONES: The photosensitive cells of the retina of the eye; sensitive to bright light and thus distinguish different colors
CONSUMER: The part of the biotic component of the ecosystem that is made up of animals
CONTINUOUS FERMENTATION PROCESS: The fermentation in which the substrate is added to the fermenter continuously, at a fixed rate
CORM: Short, swollen underground stem; has bud (s) at the top; gives birth to new plants by vegetative propagation
CORNEA: The transparent part of the sclera that forms at the front of the eye through which light enters
COROLLA: The second whorl of the flower, consisting of petals
COTYLEDON: A modified leaf present in the seeds; often provides food for the developing seedling
COWPER’S GLAND: accessory gland of the male reproductive system of the rabbit; lubricates the ducts
CRANIAL BONES: The bones of the skull
CRANIAL NERVES: nerves that originate in or lead to the brain
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