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staken: a share or financial investment in something such as a business; a wooden or metal post set up to mark something
trickyadj: requiring care and skill because challenging to do or deal with
trapn: a piece of equipment or hole for catching animals or people; (verb) to catch animals or people and prevent them from escaping
definitiveadj: serving to provide a final solution or to end a situation; final and not able to be changed
identifyv: to recognize someone or something and say or prove who or what they are
certaintyn: the state of being certain
developv: to grow or expand; to improve or refine through a process of progress and refinement, often to achieve greater sophistication or complexity; to elaborate or add detail to something that is in the process of being created
detectv: to find or recognize something, especially something difficult to see, hear, etc.
elusiveadj: difficult to find, define, achieve, or remember
conspicuousadj: visible or observable; likely to draw attention
labn: a workplace for the conduct of scientific research; a laboratory
conclusiveadj: serving to settle an issue or put an end to doubt or uncertainty; irrefutable and leaves no room for doubt
lynxn: a wild cat with tufted ears, native to Eurasia and North America
proofn: a fact or piece of information that shows something is true or exists
environmentn: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live
techniquen: a particular way or art of doing something that needs skill
barcoden: a series of parallel lines of varying width and spacing printed on a product or package, which can be read by a barcode scanner to quickly and accurately identify the product and its price
multicellularadj: characterized by the presence of multiple or many cells, as opposed to unicellular (having only one cell)
constantlyadv: all the time
shedv: to get rid of something as superfluous or unwanted; to cast off hair, skin, horn, or feathers; (noun) an outbuilding with a single story, mainly used for shelter or storage
traditionn: a belief, custom, or way of doing something that has been passed down from generation to generation within a group or society
parsev: to separate a sentence into grammatical parts, such as subject, verb, etc., and describe their syntactic roles
geneticadj: of or relating to genes (= parts of the DNA in cells) or the science of genes
degradev: to make something worse, especially in quality; to show or treat someone in a way that makes them seem no value and do not have the respect or reasonable opinion of others
exposedadj: having no protection or shield from something, such as bad weather, attack, or criticism
persistv: to continue to do and refuse to stop something despite difficulties or opposition, even if it appears unreasonable
contextn: the circumstances, facts, or conditions that surround a particular event, situation, or statement and that give it meaning
processn: a series of actions or operations performed to achieve a particular outcome or goal; a systematic procedure or approach used to accomplish a specific task or objective; a method of treating milk to make it suitable for consumption or use in other dairy products
coren: the most essential or fundamental part of something
soiln: the top layer of Earth in which plants grow
vialn: a small glass container, especially one containing liquid medicine or perfume
fecesn: waste matter eliminated from the bowels; excrement
insectn: any small creature that has six legs and a body divided into three sections
leechn: a type of worm that feeds on the blood of humans or animals; a person who takes advantage of others for personal gain without giving anything in return
stomachn: the internal organ in the body where food is digested, situated in the abdomen; the part of the body below the chest that contains the stomach
siftv: to put flour, sugar, etc. through a sieve (= a utensil consisting of a wire or plastic mesh in a frame) to remove lumps or large particles
blendv: to mix or combine two or more substances
enzymen: a substance produced by a living organism that acts as a catalyst to bring about a specific biochemical reaction
cellularadj: of or connected with the cells of animals or plants; of or connected with a mobile telephone system that uses several short-range radio stations instead of wires
proteinn: a molecule made up of a long chain of amino acids, which is essential for the structure and function of the body’s tissues
releasev: to set free or allow to escape from confinement
purifyv: to remove harmful substances from something and increase the concentration of it
polymerasen: an enzyme that catalyzes the formation of DNA or RNA molecules from nucleotides
chainn: a series of connected links or objects; a system or group of interconnected elements; a restraint or shackle
reactionn: a response that reveals a person’s feelings or attitude; (in chemistry) a process in which one or more substances are changed into others
strandn: a very thin natural or synthetic thread, wire, hair, etc.; (verb) to leave or drive a vessel, fish, etc., aground or ashore
universaladj: existing or affecting everywhere or everyone
primern: a book or manual giving basic information about a subject often used as an introduction or means of instruction; a type of paint or other material that is applied to a surface before the final coat of paint or finish is applied
bindv: to tie or fasten someone or something tightly with rope, string, etc. so that they cannot move or are held together strongly
sequencen: a series of related events, actions, numbers, etc., which have a particular order
amplifyv: to enhance something, particularly sound or brightness
specifyv: to explain or state something clearly and exactly
fragmentn: a small piece or part broken off or detached
simultaneouslyadv: at the same time
referv: to direct someone’s attention, thoughts, or questions to another source or person; to mention, cite, or allude to something as evidence or support
databasen: a large amount of data stored in a computer system in such a way that it can be searched and updated easily
entirelyadv: completely
discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
invasiveadj: spreading very quickly, and often aggressively, and difficult to stop
bullfrogn: a large, aquatic frog found commonly in North America, with a deep, loud croak and rough, warty skin
tracev: to find or discover someone or something that was lost
amphibiann: a cold-blooded animal that can live both on land and in water
reintroducev: to bring back something that has been previously abolished or discontinued
threatenv: to utter intentions of injury or punishment against someone
nativeadj: connecting with or describing someone’s birth country or place of birth, or someone born in a specific country or place
disappearv: to cease to exist or be visible
likewiseadv: in the same way
monitorv: to observe, check, and track the progress or quality of something over a period of time
biodiversityn: the number and variety of plants and animals that exist in a particular area or the world and make a balanced environment
categorizev: to put people or things into groups according to their features, types, etc.
hectaren: a unit of area equal to 10,000 square meters
rainforestn: a forest rich in biodiversity that is generally found in tropical settings with heavy annual rainfall
yieldn: the total output of crops, profits, etc. that are produced; (verb) to produce or supply helpful something, such as a profit, an amount of food, or information
adjacentadj: next to, close to, or adjoining something
provincen: the territory occupied by one of the constituent administrative districts of a nation
diverseadj: including numerous categories of individuals or entities; various
deforestv: to clear an area of forest or trees
unequaladj: different in amount, size, degree, or value; not fair
thrivev: to grow vigorously; to make steady progress
specializev: to become an expert in a specific career field, study, or business
beetlen: an insect having a hard shell-like back covering its wings
declinev: to become gradually smaller, fewer, worse, etc.; to refuse to accept
investigatev: to conduct a systematic or formal inquiry to identify and evaluate the facts of a crime, problem, statement, etc. to establish the truth
complexityn: the state or quality of being complicated or intricate and difficult to understand
ecosystemn: all the plants and living creatures in an area and the way they affect each other and the environment
interactionn: the act of connecting with someone, mainly when working, playing, or spending time with them
pollinationn: the transfer of pollen from the male reproductive organs of one flower to the female reproductive organs of another flower, resulting in fertilization and the production of seeds
observev: to watch or notice something carefully, often to gather information or insights; to take note of something or someone; to celebrate or commemorate a special event or occasion
mothn: an insect with wings similar to a butterfly that travels at night and is attracted to light
nocturnaladj: relating to or occurring in the night; active or awake during the night
pollinatorn: an animal or insect, such as bees, butterflies, birds, etc., that carries pollen from a male part of a flower to a female part of a flower, fertilizing it and allowing it to produce seeds
extinctadj: no longer in existence
oxygenn: the chemical element with the symbol O that is present in air and water and is necessary for people, animals, and plants to live
preservev: to keep or maintain a particular quality, feature, etc., especially to prevent it from decaying, being damaged, or being destroyed
arcticadj: of or relating to the region around the North Pole or the Arctic Ocean; very cold
permafrostn: a layer of soil that is permanently below freezing, usually in polar regions
nutrientn: any substance that is essential for the maintenance and growth of living things
woollyadj: covered with thick, soft, and often curly hair or fibers; lacking clarity or precision
mammothadj: exceedingly large or extensive; (noun) any of numerous extinct elephants widely distributed in the Pleistocene
colonn: the punctuation mark ( : ) used to introduce a list, summary, explanation, etc., or before reporting what someone has said; a significant part of the large intestine, the final section of the digestive system
contributev: to give something, especially money or goods, to provide or achieve something together with other people
climaten: the weather in a particular location averaged over some long period
planetn: any of the nine large celestial bodies that circle in the solar system; any celestial body that revolves around a star
shiftingadj: constantly changing or moving
crucialadj: extremely vital or necessary
fortunateadj: having good luck or lucky

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