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radiobiology

radiobiology The branch of biology concerned with the effects of radioactive substances on living organisms and the use of radioactive tracers to study metabolic processes (see labelling).

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radiobiology

radiobiology (ray-di-oh-by-ol-ŏji) n. the study of the effects of radiation on living tissues.
radiobiologist n.

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