anabolism definition

  • noun:
    • The period of metabolism for which simple substances are synthesized to the complex products of living muscle.
    • The constructive metabolism associated with human anatomy, as distinguished from catabolism.
    • The constructive metabolism associated with the body, as distinguished from catabolism.
    • Assimilation; antegrade metamorphosis; constructive k-calorie burning, or ascending metabolic processes wherein a substance is transformed into another that is more technical or more highly organized plus lively.
    • the synthesis in living organisms of more complex substances (e.g., residing muscle) from easier people with the storage space of energy
    • The stage of metabolic rate by which easy substances tend to be synthesized to the complex products of residing muscle.
    • The useful metabolic process for the body, as distinguished from catabolism.
    • The useful kcalorie burning of human body, as distinguished from catabolism.
    • Assimilation; antegrade metamorphosis; constructive metabolic rate, or ascending metabolic processes where a substance is transformed into another which is more complex or maybe more very arranged and more energetic.
    • the synthesis in residing organisms of more complex substances (age.g., residing muscle) from less complicated people with the storage of energy

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