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1. Basal
At the base of a structure.

2. Basal
Having to do with the base, the bottom, the foundation, etc. of something. Something essential, vital, primary. The minimum required rate or other value for something to function.

3. Basal area
The cross-sectional area of a tree trunk measured in square inches, square centimeters, etc.; basal area is normally measured at 4.5 feet above ground level and is used as a measure of dominance; the most commonly used tool for measuring basal area is a diameter tape or a D-tape (then convert to basal area).

4. Basal body (blepharoplast)
The cylinder-shaped structure at the base of a cilium or flagellum , containing sets of microtubule s. Resembles a centriole in structure.

5. Basal body temperature (BBT)
The temperature taken at its lowest point in the day, usually in the morning before getting out of bed.

6. Basal body
A structure at the base of a cilium or flagellum ; consists of nine triplet microtubules arranged in a circle with no central microtubule.

7. Basal cell carcinoma (basaloma, hair matrix carcinoma)
An epithelial (skin) cancer that doesn't usually metastasize but can invade adjacent tissues.

8. Basal lamina
A thin layer of noncellular protein s and other noncellular stuff that is underneath the epithelium (the top layer of skin cells, also the innermost layer of cells in various vessels, the digestive and other tracts, etc.) and that the epithelium makes.

9. Basal medium
A(n) (unsupplemented) medium which promotes the growth of many types of microorganisms which do not require any special nutrient supplements.

10. Basal metabolic rate
The rate at which an animal body consumes oxygen when it is at rest and is not digesting a meal.


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