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Biological material or substance may refer to:
- In the broadest sense, a material, that is, a chemical substance (elements or compounds) or mixture of substances, present or produced in a living organism, being ionic or not, molecular or a non-bonded atom (monatomic), an inorganic or a organic compound
- Bio-based material, a processed biotic material
- Biocompatible materials and bioapplicable materials
- Biomass, living or dead biological matter, often plants grown as fuel
- Biomass (ecology), the total mass of living biological matter
- Biomaterial, any material exploited in contact with living tissues, organisms, or microorganisms
- Bodily fluid
- Cellular component, material and substances of which cells (and thus living organisms) are composed
- Organic matter, matter that has come from a once-living organism, is capable of decay or the product of decay, or is composed of organic compounds
- Tissue (biology), or just tissue
- Viable material, capable of living, developing, or germinating under favorable conditions. (see: viability selection)
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