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proportion.noun
a part, share or portion, especially in relation to its whole; ratio; proportion implies a gracefulness that results from the measured fitness in size or arrangement of parts to each other or to the whole
proportion, proportioned, proportioning, proportions.transitive verbs
to adjust so that proper relations between parts are attained. 2. to form the parts of with balance or symmetry
proportionable.adjective
proportionably.adverb
proportioner, proportionment.nouns

proportional.adjective
Forming a relationship with other parts or quantities; being in proportion; properly related in size, degree, or other measurable characteristics
proportional.noun
one of the quantities in a mathematical proportion proportionality.noun
proportionally.adverb

propulsion.noun
propelling; onward force

peptide.noun
is a protein like molecule; a group of organic-compounds comprising two or more amino acids which when linked form proteins

polypeptides.noun
a peptide containing ten or more amino acids

peroxisome.noun
helps metabolize fats

phase.noun
a distinct part in a heterogeneous system, as ice is a phase of H20 (2 parts hydrogen, 1 part oxygen, being combined, results in water); a homogeneous part of an heterogeneous system; a distinct stage of development; a temporary manner, attitude, or pattern of behavior (just a passing phase); an aspect; a part: every phase of the operation; one of the cyclically.recurring.apparent forms of the moon or a planet
phase, phased, phasing, phases.transitive verbs
to plan or carry out systematically by phases; to set or regulate so as to be synchronized
phase in.phrasal verb
to introduce, one stage at a time
phase out.phrasal verb
to bring or come to an end, one stage at a time
in phase.idiom
in a correlated or synchronized way
out of phase.idiom
in an unsynchronized or uncorrelated way
phasic.adjective

phosphate.noun
salts based formally on phosphorus oxo acids and phosphoric acid

phosphorus.noun Symbol P 
a highly reactive, poisonous, nonmetallic element occurring naturally in phosphates, especially apatite, and existing in three allotropic forms, white (or sometimes yellow), red, and black. An essential constituent of protoplasm, it is used in safety matches, pyrotechnics (fireworks), incendiary (causing fire) shells, and fertilizers and to protect metal surfaces from corrosion. Atomic number 15; atomic weight 30.9738; melting point (white) 44.1°C; boiling point 280°C; specific gravity (white) 1.82; valence 3, 5; phosphorus is important in maintaining the balance in ecology. Phosphorus in the form of phosphate enters the ocean from rivers, as a result of the weather processes affecting the earth. It gets trapped in sediment and is released back into the oceans over time. This helps in the balance of nitrogen fixation and denitrification, the consumption of CO2 (carbon dixiode). Phosphorus helps maintain the balance, limiting the growth of organic material in the oceans.

polynucleotides.noun
same as nucleotide, but many

polysaccharide.noun
Any of a group of carbohydrates comprising long chains of monosaccharide-molecules.

purine.noun
an organic nitrogenous base soluble in water

pyrimidine.noun
a crystalline organic base, C4H4N2-(4 parts {molecules} carbon, 4 parts hydrogen, 2 parts nitrogen),that is the parent substance of various biologically important derivatives; any of several basic compound derived from or structurally related to pyrimidine, especially the nucleic acid.constituent.uracil, cytosine, and thymine.

Paleozoic Era.noun
The era.evolutionists believe to be characterized by the development of amphibians (lives in water and on land), fish and sea plants, land plants and reptiles. 

phenotype.noun
the observable physical or biochemical characteristics of an organism, as determined by both genetic makeup and environmental influences; a type distinguished by visible characters rather than by hereditary or genetic traits; all the individuals belonging to such a type; opposed to genotype
phenotypic or phenotypical.adjective
phenotypically.adverb

pigment.noun
coloring matter in the cells and tissues of plants and animals

progress.noun
movement, as toward a goal; advance; development or growth: pupils who show progress; steady improvement
progress, progress, progressed, progressing, progresses.intransitive verbs
to advance; proceed.(work on the new building progressed at a rapid rate); to advance toward a higher or better stage; improve steadily
in progress.idiom
going on; under way

progression.noun
a moving forward; a sequence or succession of acts or happenings 
progressional.adjective
progressionist.noun
a person who believes in progress 
progressive.adjective

pan as a.transitive.or.intransitive verb
to move as camera does in order to get a panoramic effect, or to follow a moving object 

particular.adjective
of, relating to, or being a single person or thing (the particular person I had in mind); partial; of, relating to, or concerned with details (gave us a very particular account of the trip); distinctive among other examples or cases of the same general category notably unusual (suffered from measles of particular severity); being one unit or element among others (particular incidents in a story); denoting an individual member or subclass in logic; affirming or denying a predicate to a part of the subject used of a proposition in logic ("some men are wise" is a particular affirmative); concerned over or attentive to details; meticulous (a very particular gardener); nice in taste; fastidious; hard to please; exacting; special 

particular(s).noun
an individual fact, point, circumstance, or detail; a specific.item or detail of information or news (bill of particulars); item 
in particular
in distinction from others; specifically
particularly.adverb
to a great degree; especially (I particularly like the brown shoes); with particular reference or emphasis; individually or specifically

particularity.noun,.plural.particularities
the quality or state of being particular rather than general; exactitude of detail, especially in description (a travel account written with almost excruciating particularity); attention to or concern with detail; fastidiousness.(a scholar known for her particularity); meticulous; a specific point or detail; an individual characteristic; a peculiarity

particularize, particularized, particularizing, particularizes.verbs
transitive verb use.to mention, describe, or treat individually (itemize or specify) make particular as opposed to general or universal
intransitive verb use.to go into or give details or particulars particularization, particularizer.nouns

prostitute.noun
one who sells one's abilities, talent, or name for a purpose of low consciousness - an unworthy purpose; one who solicits and accepts payment for sex acts
prostitute, prostituted, prostituting, prostitutes.transitive verbs
to offer (oneself or another) for sexual hire; to sell (oneself or one's talent, for example) for an unworthy purpose
prostitutor.noun

phylactery.noun,.plural.phylacteries
Judaism.-.either of two small leather boxes, each containing strips of parchment inscribed with quotations from the Hebrew Scriptures, one of which is strapped to the forehead and the other to the left arm by Orthodox and Conservative Jewish men during morning worship, except on the Sabbath and holidays; an amulet (an object worn, especially around the neck, as a charm against evil or injury); a reminder

Pergamos.noun
ancient royal city of Mysia (an ancient region of northwest Asia Minor, which was passed successively to Lydia, Persia, Macedon, Syria, Pergamum, and Rome) in Asia Minor, not visited by Paul as far as is recorded; ancient church there is one of the seven in Asia to which the addresses in the Revelation were sent; christians dwelt where Satan's throne was (the city was renowned for its idolatry); the city is still in existence, and is called Bergama, with a population of about 20,000, some 2,000 of whom are nominally christian

predacious.also.predaceous.adjective
living by seizing or taking prey; predatory; given to victimizing, plundering, or destroying for one's own gain
predaciousness.or.predaceousness.or.predacity.noun

predatory.adjective
living by or given to victimizing or destroying others for one's own gain; living by preying on other organisms (a predatory animal); of, relating to, or characterized by plundering, pillaging, or marauding
predatorily.adverb
predatoriness.noun

prolong, prolonged, prolonging, prolongs.transitive verbs
to lengthen in duration; protract; to lengthen in extent
prolonger.noun
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