Emission of light from a living organism.
An agent that breaks down fats.
An agent that can cause partial or total loss of skin pigmentation, often occurring in patches. Also called vitiligo.
A condition of indifference or drowsiness.
Larvae killing (especially of parasites).
A state of being incapable of normal locomotion.
A substance which stimulates the flow of milk.
From the mid fourteenth to the late sixteenth century, the repast we now call lunch was known not as luncheon…
Water can exist at many different temperatures, but only three of those temperatures have specific names: freezing, boiling, and lukewarm.…
The pear-shaped fruit known as the loquat takes its name from the Cantonese luh kwat, meaning rush orange, so named…