The Science of Nutrition

  1. 2. The microorganisms in a particular environment (including the body or a part of the body).
  2. 3. Arranged in good proportions.
  3. 6. A substance that provides nourishment essential for the maintenance of life and for growth.
  4. 8. A group of models or motionless figures representing a scene from a story or from history.
  5. 10. Relating to metabolism, the whole range of biochemical processes that occur within a living organism.
  6. 11. The conclusion that can be drawn from something although it is not explicitly stated.
  7. 13. The branch of biology that deals with the normal functions of living organisms and their parts.
  8. 14. Chew (food).
  9. 18. A biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment.
  10. 19. A bitter greenish-brown alkaline fluid that aids digestion.
  11. 20. A seemingly magical process of transformation, creation, or combination.
  1. 1. Resistant to a particular infection or toxin owing to the presence of specific antibodies or sensitized white blood cells.
  2. 4. Proteins that act as biological catalysts.
  3. 5. A large lobed glandular organ in the abdomen, involved in many metabolic processes.
  4. 7. Any of a class of organic compounds that are fatty acids or their derivatives and are insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents.
  5. 9. Relating to the chemistry of living organisms.
  6. 12. Reduce to fine particles.
  7. 15. Relating to nourishment or sustenance.
  8. 16. Relating to the process of digesting food.
  9. 17. Of or relating to the stomach.