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essentialadj: indispensable; fundamental
regulatev: to control something, especially by means of rules or laws
climaten: the weather in a particular location averaged over some long period
historicadj: famous or significant in history, or potentially so
ecologistn: a person who studies the relationships between living organisms and their environment; the state of being outside or directed toward or relating to the outside or exterior
stemn: the central part of something from which other parts can develop or grow; the part of a word common to all its inflected variants; (verb) to grow out of, have roots in, or originate in
identifyv: to recognize someone or something and say or prove who or what they are
remotelyadv: at a distance; not directly or easily accessible
featn: a notable or impressive achievement, especially one that requires great skill or bravery
canopyn: a covering, typically of fabric, supported on poles or suspended above a bed, throne, or other object, used to shelter or screen the person or object below it
absolutelyadv: without restriction or limitation; completely or utterly
photosynthesisn: the process through which plants and other organisms transform light energy into chemical energy, which is then released through cellular respiration to power the organism’s activities.
carbonn: a chemical element that can be found in pure form as diamond or graphite, and it is also an essential part of coal and oil and is found in all plants and animals
oxiden: a chemical compound that contains at least one oxygen atom and one other element
atmospheren: the mass of air that surrounds the Earth; the pervading tone or mood of a place, situation, or creative work
soiln: the top layer of Earth in which plants grow
nutrientn: any substance that is essential for the maintenance and growth of living things
incredibleadj: unbelievable; enormous
biomassn: the total quantity of living matter in a given unit of environment, including plants, animals, and microorganisms
structuren: the way of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts, or a complex thing constructed of many parts
ecologyn: the study of the relationships between living organisms, including humans, and their physical environment
terminaln: a building or place where buses, trains, or airplanes stop and where passengers or goods can be picked up or dropped off; (adjective) of or situated at the ends of a delivery route
tipn: the top or extreme point of something slender or tapering, usually a mountain or hill; a piece of advice about something practical; a small amount of money given for services
microscopen: an instrument used to see objects or substances that are too small to be seen with the naked eye
fungusn: a type of organism that includes yeasts, molds, and mushrooms, which are heterotrophic, meaning they do not produce their food and must consume organic matter to survive
partnershipn: the state of a cooperative relationship between people or groups, especially in business
symbiosisn: a close, prolonged association between two or more different species of organisms, typically to the advantage of all
mycorrhizan: a mutually beneficial association between a fungus and the roots of a plant, in which the fungus helps the plant absorb water and nutrients, and the plant provides the fungus with sugars produced through photosynthesis
remarkableadj: worthy of attention because unusual or special
capturev: to catch a person or an animal and confine them in an area which they cannot escape
backgroundn: the details of a person’s social heritage, such as family, vocational or educational experience; past information that is essential to understanding a situation or problem
denseadj: containing a large number of people or something with little space between them
hyphan: a threadlike structure that is part of the vegetative growth of fungi and certain other microorganisms
essentiallyadv: relating to the essential features or concepts of anything
foregroundn: the part of a view, picture, etc., that is nearest to the viewer
nucleatev: (biology) to form or cause to form a nucleus (= a part of the cell containing DNA and RNA); (adjective) having or occurring at a nucleus
sporen: a reproductive cell that is capable of developing into a new individual without fertilization, especially one produced by certain bacteria, fungi, and algae
unrealadj: imaginary; not existing in fact
reproductiveadj: connected with the process of reproduction; relating to reproducing babies, young animals, or plants
entirelyadv: completely
evolutionaryadj: relating to or denoting how living things develop or change from earlier forms
transitionn: the process or period of changing from one state or circumstance to another
evolvev: to develop gradually, or to cause the development of something or someone gradually
ancientadj: relating to the long ago, particularly the historical period preceding the fall of the Western Roman Empire; very old
stretchv: to make or be capable of making anything longer or broader without hurting or breaking
instancen: a particular example or single occurrence of something
bacterian: single-celled or noncellular spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms that exist in large numbers in the air, water, and soil, and also in living and dead creatures and plants, and are often a cause of disease
circularadj: shaped like a circle; having a round form
nodv: to lower and raise one’s head, sometimes several times, as to show approval, agreement, greeting, or confirmation
symbioticadj: involving two varieties of animal or plant, each of which supplies the conditions for the other to exist
nitrogenn: a chemical element with the symbol N and atomic number 7, which is a highly reactive element that forms part of many compounds, including amino acids and proteins
convertv: to have a talk with someone; (adjective) reversed in order, relation, or action
usableadj: able to be used; fit or ready for use or service
nurturev: to take care of, feed, and protect someone or something while they are growing and developing
biologyn: the scientific study of life and the natural processes of living things
symbiontn: an organism that lives in symbiosis (= a close, prolonged association between two or more different species of organisms) with another organism
embeddedadj: fixed firmly into the surface of something
bacteriumn: a very small, single-celled microorganism that lacks a nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles
decomposev: to break down or cause to break down over time into simpler substances or elements
archaean: a group of single-celled microorganisms distinguished from bacteria by their unique cell wall structure and biochemical characteristics, which are found in extreme environments such as hot springs and salt flats
protistn: a diverse group of single-celled or simple multicellular organisms, including algae, amoebas, and slime molds, that do not belong to the plant, animal, or fungus
microscopicadj: tiny; exceedingly precise and detail-oriented; of or used in microscopy
virusn: a tiny infectious organic material that causes disease in people, animals, and plants
biodiversityn: the number and variety of plants and animals that exist in a particular area or the world and make a balanced environment
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
astonishingadj: surprising or shocking; difficult to believe
coexistv: to live or exist together at the same time in the same place
microben: a tiny living thing that can only be seen with a microscope and that may cause disease
microbiomen: the community of microorganisms (= living things too small to be seen) that can usually be found living together in any given environment or the human body
ecosystemn: all the plants and living creatures in an area and the way they affect each other and the environment
breakthroughn: a sudden, dramatic, and important discovery or development that helps to improve a situation or provide an answer to a problem
sequencen: a series of related events, actions, numbers, etc., which have a particular order
unprecedentedadj: never having been seen, done, or known before
projectionn: the act of calculating or guessing, or the state of being estimated; any solid shape or object that juts out from something; an image on a screen cast from something
incrediblyadv: in a way that is very difficult to believe; exceedingly or extremely
gutn: the long tube in the body of a person or animal through which food passes when it leaves the stomach; the mental strength or bravery required to do something difficult or unpleasant
profoundadj: extremely great; sensed or experienced very strongly; displaying a high level of knowledge or comprehension
medicaladj: relating to the treatment of illness or injuries; relating to the practice of medicine
microbiologyn: the study of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and algae, and their role in various fields such as medicine, agriculture, and the environment
digestiveadj: relating to or capable of causing or promoting digestion of food
combinev: to join or merge to form a single thing or group
combinationn: a collection of things that have been combined; an assemblage of separate parts or qualities
analyzev: to think about in-depth and evaluate to discover essential features or meaning
transplantv: to move or transfer something from one place or person to another; to take living tissue or an organ from one person, animal, part of the body, etc. and put it into or onto another
therapyn: the act of caring for someone through medication, remedial training, etc.
cyclen: an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs; a bicycle or motorcycle
locatev: to specify or determine the exact position of someone or something
labn: a workplace for the conduct of scientific research; a laboratory
extractn: a short passage taken from a book, piece of music, etc.; a substance obtained from something through a specific process; (verb) to obtain from something or to remove something by effort or force
microorganismn: a very small living thing that may exist in its single-celled form or as a colony of cells and is too small to be seen without a microscope
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
metricadj: using or relating to the meter as a unit of length; a system of related measures that facilitates the quantification of some particular characteristic
environmentn: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live
variableadj: likely to change or vary often; (noun) a symbol, like x or y, that is used in mathematical or logical expressions to represent a value that may be changed
fertilityn: the state or quality of being able to produce babies, young animals, fruit, or new plants
colonizev: to establish a colony in or on a specific place; to settle or occupy in large numbers
threefoldadj: three times as great or as many
variationn: the act or state of changing; a difference or change in the way something is done, made or said
correlationn: a statistical relationship between two variables in which one variable is affected by the other; a reciprocal relation between two or more facts, numbers, etc.
implyv: to indicate the truth or existence of something without referring to it
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
adjacentadj: next to, close to, or adjoining something
presencen: the fact or state that someone or something exists, occurs, or is present
strainn: a force or pressure that stretches or pulls something, sometimes causing damage; (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups
excitingadj: causing a lot of interest or excitement
opportuneadj: suitable or happening at a time that is suitable or convenient for a particular purpose
rewildv: to restore an area of land to its natural state, especially by reintroducing locally extinct species
reintroducev: to bring back something that has been previously abolished or discontinued
timbern: the wood of trees cut and prepared for construction
forestryn: the science, art, and practice of managing forests, including planting, cultivating, and caring for trees and conserving and developing natural forests
landscapen: an expanse of scenery that can be seen in a single view; a large area of land, especially in the country and relating to its appearance
rhetoricn: speech or writing intended to please or persuade someone; the art or study of using language effectively and persuasively in spoken or written form
kingdomn: the country ruled by a king or queen
collaborationn: the act or situation of working together to create or produce something
charityn: an organization that helps people in need, especially by providing food, shelter, or money; a kindly and sympathetic attitude toward people
acren: a unit of land area in the US Customary System and the British Imperial System, equal to 4,840 square yards (= 4,047 square meters)
hectaren: a unit of area equal to 10,000 square meters
randomizev: to arrange or select by or depending on chance; to make something random
analogousadj: similar or equivalent in some respects, typically as a result of functioning in a similar way
straightforwardadj: easy to do or understand, or simple; free from ambiguity
experimentn: the scientific test conducted to observe what happens and gain new knowledge
seedlingn: a young plant that has just germinated and has not yet developed leaves or true roots
harborn: an area of water next to the coast where ships and boats are protected from rough water by piers, jetties, and other artificial structures; (verb) keep in one’s possession
acceleratev: to make something faster or earlier; to cause to develop or progress more quickly
manipulatev: to influence or control something or someone to your advantage, often in an unfair or dishonest way
invisibleadj: impossible or nearly impossible to see
emphasizev: to give or show particular importance to something
large-scaleadj: involving many people or things and involving a lot of change or activity
outcomen: the result or effect of an action, event, etc.
nativeadj: connecting with or describing someone’s birth country or place of birth, or someone born in a specific country or place
principlen: a fundamental law or truth that explains or controls how something happens or works
generalizev: to make something, such as a theory, idea, etc., more widespread or widely applicable based on what is true in some cases
agriculturen: the practice or science of cultivating the land or raising stock
reductionn: a decrease in size, amount, or degree
breedv: to keep animals for producing offspring in a regulated manner
geneticallyadv: in a way that relates to or is produced by genes (= the units in the cells of a living thing received by an animal or plant from its parents) or heredity
modifyv: to change something slightly, such as a plan, option, law, etc., especially to make it more suitable for a particular purpose
vastadj: enormous in size, number, amount, or quantity
monoculturen: the cultivation of a single crop or type of animal over a wide area
agroecosystemn: an agricultural ecosystem, including the plants and animals that are grown or raised, the environment in which they are grown, and the people who work the land
remarkn: a comment or observation, or something said or written about a particular subject or situation; (verb) to give a spoken statement on a particular subject or situation
fragileadj: delicate or easily broken or damaged
increasinglyadv: more and more
sensitiveadj: able to notice slight changes, signals, or influences; able to feel or perceive other’s feelings; susceptible to the things people say or do
extremeadj: very great in amount or degree
noveln: an extended fictional work in prose; usually in the form of a story; (adjective) original and of a kind not seen before
pathogenn: a bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that causes disease
reliantadj: needing something or something to continue, to work correctly, or to succeed
chemicaladj: relating to or connected with chemistry;
externalityn: a cost or benefit that affects a third party who did not choose to incur that cost or benefit
computationn: the act or process of calculating something, especially an answer or amount, by using a machine or calculator
leanadj: having a noticeably small amount of body fat; (verb) to bend or move from a straight to a sloping posture
reservoirn: a natural or artificial lake used to store water for community use; a large or extra supply of something
enhancev: to increase or improve the quality, amount, or strength of someone or something
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
enormousadj: extremely large or great
terrestrialadj: of or relating to the Earth; relating to or inhabiting the land or the ground as opposed to the sea or air
inhabitv: to live in a specific location; to reside
representv: to speak, act, or be present on behalf of another person or group; to form or constitute
sequoian: a huge evergreen tree that is native to California and has a straight trunk and a narrow, conical crown, which is a type of redwood
sphagnumn: a type of moss that grows in wet areas, such as bogs and marshes, known for its ability to absorb and retain large amounts of water
mossn: a small, soft plant that grows in a low, compact layer, often on the ground or on rocks
revolutionn: a large-scale attempt to overthrow the government of a country, often using violence or war;
transformv: to change in outward structure or looks;

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