What is the nature of Biochemistry?
The nature of Biochemistry is as follows:
Biochemistry has divisibility and it can be divided into things called the parts of Biochemistry.
- What are the parts of Biochemistry?
Biochemistry has the equivalents of those which the others have, that is, it has comparability.
- What is comparable to Biochemistry?
Biochemistry has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be separated.
- What is connected by Biochemistry?
Biochemistry has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect (influence) it.
- What can affect Biochemistry?
Biochemistry has transformability and it can be transformed (reordered) from one form to its other forms.
- What are the forms of Biochemistry?
Biochemistry has substitutability and it can be substituted by the things which qualify to substitute it.
- What can substitute for Biochemistry?
Biochemistry has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which require it.
- What is in need of Biochemistry?
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