Category: B

  • Berries

    These fruits are fleshy and contain numerous seeds.  

  • Bombyx mori

    The silkworm, widely utilized in experimental genetics.  

  • Biotinylated

    Molecules embedded with biotin groups.  

  • Beta-hexosaminidase

    This enzyme is named after the specific amino sugars and linkages it targets as potential substrates.  

  • Bacteroides vulgatus

    This bacterial species is commonly found in fecal samples and has occasionally been identified in human infections.  

  • Bacteroides melaninogenicus

    A saccharolytic, coccoid species sensitive to bile, this organism is known for producing a black hematin pigment. It is a natural component of the normal flora found in mucous membranes. Additionally, it plays a significant role as a pathogen in oral, lung, and brain abscesses, and is frequently involved in various mixed infections.  

  • Bacteroides fragalis

    A collection of saccharolytic microorganisms, known for their notable resistance to bile, predominantly populates the human intestine, making it the most frequently encountered anaerobic bacteria in clinical samples. These organisms are naturally found in the mouth, throat, and vaginal tract. Remarkably, they exhibit a higher level of antibiotic resistance compared to other anaerobic species.  

  • Bimanual version

    The technique of using one hand on the abdominal wall and the other hand in the vagina for manipulation, also referred to as combined version.  

  • Brain ventricles

    Four chambers within the brain that hold cerebrospinal fluid.  

  • Bronchogenic tuberculosis

    Spread of tuberculosis within the lung through the bronchial tubes.