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EnglishGerman
phenomenal world Welt {f} der Erscheinungen
phenomenal worldWelt {f} der Phänomene
phenomenalityPhänomenalität {f}
phenomenally phänomenal
phenomenally außerordentlich
phenomenally unglaublich
phenomenally stupid seltendämlich [ugs.]
phenomenological phänomenologisch
phenomenological reductionphänomenologische Reduktion {f}
phenomenologically phänomenologisch
phenomenologico-hermeneutical phänomenologisch-hermeneutisch
phenomenologist Phänomenologe {m}
phenomenologyPhänomenologie {f}
phenomenology of perceptionPhänomenologie {f} der Wahrnehmung
phenomenology of religion Religionsphänomenologie {f}
phenomenology of the act Aktphänomenologie {f}
phenomenonErscheinung {f} [Naturerscheinung, Vorkommen]
phenomenon Phänomen {n}
Phenomenon [Jon Turteltaub]Phenomenon – Das Unmögliche wird wahr
phenomenon of consciousness [can include both an object of consciousness and consciousness itself]Bewusstseinsphänomen {n} [ein Phänomen des Bewusstseins oder das Bewusstsein selbst]
phenomenon of motionBewegungsphänomen {n}
phenomenon of movement Bewegungsphänomen {n}
phenomenon of nature Naturereignis {n}
phenomenon of riskRisikophänomen {n}
phenomenon of the society Gesellschaftsphänomen {n}
[phenomenon of nostalgia for East Germany]DDR-Nostalgie {f}
phenomenons [rare] Phänomene {pl}
phenonPhänon {m}
phenophasePhänophase {f}
phenothiazine <PTZ> [C12H9NS] Phenothiazin {n}
phenothiazine derivatives Phenothiazinderivate {pl}
phenothiazinesPhenothiazine {pl}
phenotype Erscheinungsform {f}
phenotype Phänotyp {m}
phenotype Phänotypus {m}
phenotype Erscheinungsbild {n}
phenotypic phänotypisch
phenotypic changephänotypische Veränderung {f}
phenotypic changes phänotypische Veränderungen {pl}
phenotypic correlation phänotypische Korrelation {f}
phenotypic plasticity phänotypische Plastizität {f}
phenotypicalphänotypisch
phenotypicallyphänotypisch
phenotyping Phänotypisierung {f}
phenoxidePhenolat {n}
phenoxymethyl penicillinPhenoxymethylpenizillin {n}
phenoxymethyl penicillin Phenoxymethylpenicillin {n} [österr., sonst fachspr.]
phenprocoumon [C18H16O3] Phenprocoumon {n}
phensuximide [C11H11NO2]Phensuximid {n}
phentermine [C10H15N]Phentermin {n}
phentolamine [C17H19N3O]Phentolamin {n}
phentolamine hydrochloride [C17H20ClN3O] Phentolaminhydrochlorid {n}
phentolamine mesylate [C18H23N3O4S] Phentolaminmesilat {n}
phenyl azide [C6H5N3] Phenylazid {n}
phenyl glycidyl ether [C9H10O2] Phenylglycidylether {m}
phenyl group Phenylgruppe {f}
phenyl isothiocyanate <PITC> [C7H5NS] Phenylisothiocyanat {n} <PITC>
phenyl ringPhenylring {m} [auch: Phenyl-Ring]
phenylacetic acid Phenylessigsäure {f}
phenylacrylic acid Phenylacrylsäure {f}
phenylalanine <Phe, F> [C9H11NO2] Phenylalanin {n} <Phe, F>
phenylalanine hydroxylase <PAH> Phenylalaninhydroxylase {f} <PAH>
phenylalanine residue Phenylalaninrest {m}
phenylalkylaminesPhenylalkylamine {pl}
phenylbutazone [C19H20N2O2] [4-butyl-1,2-diphenyl-pyrazolidine-3,5-dione]Phenylbutazon {n} [4-Butyl-1,2-diphenylpyrazolidin-3,5-dion]
phenylcyclohexylpiperidine <PCP> Phenylcyclohexylpiperidin {n} <PCP>
phenylenediaminePhenylendiamin {n}
phenylephrine [C9H13NO2]Phenylephrin {n}
phenylephrine hydrochloride [C9H14ClNO2, C9H13NO2.ClH]Phenylephrin-Hydrochlorid {n}
phenylethanePhenylethan {n}
phenylethene [styrene] [C8H8] Phenylethen {n} [Styrol]
phenylethylaminesPhenylethylamine {pl}
phenylketonuria <PKU> Phenylketonurie {f} <PKU>
phenylmethanePhenylmethan {n}
phenylpropanoidPhenylpropanoid {n}
phenylpropanoid glycosides Phenylpropanoidglykoside {pl}
phenylpropanoid metabolismPhenylpropanoidstoffwechsel {m}
phenylpropanoidsPhenylpropanoide {pl}
phenylpropanolamine Phenylpropanolamin {n}
phenytoinPhenytoin {n}
pheochrome [Am.] [chromaffin] phäochrom [chromaffin]
pheochromocytoma <PCC> [Am.] Phäochromozytom {n} <PCC, PCH>
pheomelaninPhäomelanin {n}
pheophytinPhäophytin {n}
pherecrateanPherekrateus {m}
Pherecydes of Syros Pherekydes {m} von Syros
pherogram Pherogramm {n}
pheromonalPheromon-
pheromone Sexuallockstoff {m}
pheromone Pheromon {n}
pheromone biology Pheromonbiologie {f}
pheromone bouquet Pheromonbukett {n}
pheromone communication Pheromonkommunikation {f}
pheromone concentrationPheromonkonzentration {f}
pheromone detection Pheromonerkennung {f}
pheromone gland Pheromondrüse {f}
pheromone racePheromonrasse {f}
pheromone receptorPheromonrezeptor {m}
pheromone recognition Pheromonerkennung {f}
pheromone release Pheromonfreisetzung {f}
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