Biomolecule – this is an organic molecule produced by a living organism. This has large polymeric molecules such as nucleic acids, polysaccharides, and proteins, alongside small molecules like natural products and primary and secondary metabolites.

Enzymes – These are biological catalysts that aids in the chemical reaction of two components, elements, or compounds, increases the rate and velocity of the reaction, but does not change composition in the whole process of the reaction.

Genetics – this is a branch in biology that studies molecular structure and functions of genes and genetic materials. They are the learning ground and discipline for discovering gene and genetic behaviors, inheritance patterns, gene distributions, and even the change and variations in populations of living organisms.

Inert – this is the deficiency of active properties or a lack of anticipated chemical or biological action.

Metabolism – this is a common biochemical process inherent in all living organisms that are usually referred to as the breakdown of food particles and its transformation to become energy. This is either classified as an anabolic or catabolic process.

Microcolony – this refers to a colony of microscopic cells with fewer counts or quantities.

Molecular Biology – this is a branch in biology that deals with molecular factors in any biological activity in nature, and is broadly practiced in the study of biology and chemistry.