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Via some European language, ultimately from Latin physiologia, from Ancient Greek φυσιολογία (phusiología, natural philosophy), from φύσις (phúsis, nature) and λόγος (lógos, word, treatise) with the suffix -ία (-ía) (Latvian -ija).


fizioloģija f (4th declension)

  1. physiology (branch of biology that studies the processes of life, the functioning of living organisms and their parts)
    dzīvnieku un cilvēka fizioloģijaanimal and human physiology
    augu fizioloģijaplant physiology
    vispārīgā, speciālā, salīdzinošā fizioloģijageneral, special, comparative physiology
    normālā, patoloģiskā, klīniskā fizioloģijanormal, patological, clinical physiology
    uztura, darba, sporta fizioloģijanutritional, work, sports physiology
  2. physiology (the life processes and functioning of living organisms and their parts)
    augstākās nervu darbības fizioloģijathe physiology of higher nervous activity


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