Biochemical Rocks

Science / Geology / Biochemical Rocks: A sedimentary rock that forms from the chemical activities of organisms. Organic (reef and fossiliferous) limestones and bacterial iron ores are examples.

Biochemical Rocks

Science / Geology / Biochemical Rocks: A sedimentary rock that forms from the chemical activities of organisms. Organic (reef and fossiliferous) limestones and bacterial iron ores are examples. MORE

Rockslide

Science / Geology / Rockslide: A type of mass wasting in which a large volume of rock debris slides down a slope under the influence of gravity. MORE

Throwing Rocks

Entertainment / Bowling / Throwing Rocks: Said of a bowler who scores well by rolling a very fast ball. MORE

Biochemical Reactions

Science / Biology / Biochemical Reactions: Specific chemical processes that occur in living things. MORE

Biochemical Reaction

Health / Fitness / Biochemical Reaction: The chemical reactions which take place within the human body. MORE

Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD)

Business / Agriculture / Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD): A measure of the amount of oxygen consumed by natural, biological processes that break down organic matter, such as those that take place when manure or sawdust is put in water. High levels of oxygen- MORE

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