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Abdomen

Abiogenesis

Aboral

Abiotic stress

Absorption spectrum

Absorption

Acentric

Acids

Acoelomate

Acrocentric

Acrosome

Acrylamide gels

Acrosome reaction

Actin

Action

Action potential

Activation energy

Active site

Active oxygen

Active transport

Adaptation

Adapter

Adaptive landscape

Adaptive peak

Adaptive radiation

Adenosine

Adenine

Adaptive value

Adenosine deaminase

Adenosine diphosphate

Adenosine triphosphate

Adequacy

Adrenal glands

Aerobe

Adventitious roots

Aerobic

Affinity chromatography

Affymetrix

AFLP

Agarose Gel

Agarose gels

Albumin

Albinism

Albumen

Alimentary canal

Algae

Alkaline Phosphatase

Alkylating agents

Allantois

Allele

Alleles

Allele frequency

Allele-specific PCR

Allopolyploidy

Allosteric site

Allostery

Alpha helix

Alternative splicing

Alpha male

Alu sequence

Altruism

Alveoli

Ames test

Amictic egg

Amino acid

Amine

Amino acids

Amino Terminus

Amniotic fluid

Amoeba

Amnion

Amplification

Amp resistance

Ampulla

Anabolism

Anaerobe

Anabaena

Anaerobic

Anagenesis

Anaphase

Androgens

Anchor Sequence

Anatomy

Aneuploid

Aneuploidy

Animal

Anlage

Angiosperm

Animalia

Animals

Anneal

Annulus

Antennule

Anther

Antibiotic resistance

Antibiotic

Antibodies

Antibody

Anticodon

Antigen

Antigenic determinant

Antigenic shift

Antigenic variation

Antigens

Antimicrobial agent

Antipodal

Antisense

Antisense strand

Anti-sense strand

Aorta

Anus

Aortic arch

AP endonuclease

AP site

AP-1

Apical meristem

Apicomplexa

Apomixis

Apoptosis

Aponeurosis

Appendix

Arabidopsis

Arbovirus

Arachnida

Archaebacteria

Archenteron

Arrayed library

Arterial system

Arteries

Artificial life

Ascaris

Ascospores

Asexual reproduction

Asexual

AS-PCR

Assortative mating

Asters

Asymmetry

Atom

ATP

Atrium

Attenuation

Auditory

Autogamy

Autosome

Autonomic nervous system

Autoradiography

Autotrophs

Autosomes

Autotrophic

Avian influenza

Avidin

Axon




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