See radiobiological.

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  • radiobiologist — noun see radiobiology …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • radiobiologist — ra·dio·bi·ol·o·gist .rād ē ō bī äl ə jəst n a specialist in radiobiology * * * ra·dio·bi·ol·o·gist (ra″de o bi olґə jist) a specialist in radiobiology …   Medical dictionary

  • radiobiologist — n. expert in radiobiology, one who studies the effects of radiation on living organisms …   English contemporary dictionary

  • radiobiologist — ra·dio·biologist …   English syllables

  • radiobiologist — noun a biologist who studies the effects of radiation on living organisms • Hypernyms: ↑biologist, ↑life scientist • Hyponyms: ↑Gray, ↑Louis Harold Gray * * * “+ noun Etymology: radiobiology + ist …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Louis Harold Gray — noun English radiobiologist in whose honor the gray (the SI unit of energy for the absorbed dose of radiation) was named (1905 1965) • Syn: ↑Gray • Hypernyms: ↑radiobiologist …   Useful english dictionary

  • Gray — (gr[=a]), n. [named after Louis Harold Gray, English radiobiologist.] the SI unit of absorbed dosage of ionizing radiation, equal to an absorbed energy of 1 joule per kilogram of irradiated material; abbreviated Gy. This unit is 100 times the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • radiobiology — noun Date: 1919 a branch of biology dealing with the effects of radiation or radioactive materials on biological systems • radiobiological also radiobiologic adjective • radiobiologically adverb • radiobiologist noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • gray — I. adjective also grey Etymology: Middle English, from Old English grǣg; akin to Old High German grīs, grāo gray Date: before 12th century 1. a. of the color gray b. tending toward gray < blue gray eyes > c. dull in color 2 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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