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  • physical nature, with which man is in perpetual physical and technological metabolism. Isaiah Berlin, Karl Marx (1978). I think we risk becoming the best informed
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  • living system—an organism—consists of a symbiotic relationship between a metabolism and a replicator. ...the replicator contains the blueprint of the organism
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  • non-living objects or dead organisms, being manifested by growth through metabolism and reproduction. Sections for quotes alphabetized by author or work A
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  • some billions of years, the way of life was ultimately reached, with its metabolism characterized by selective assimilation and dissimulation as end stations
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  • schools; the second law of thermodynamics drives cars, computers and metabolism; and death, at the very least, opens up tenured faculty positions. Nature
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  • because the changing face of nature can never be understood unless her metabolism is also studied. This change in approach brings the small organisms into
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  • increase in brain size. Ancient bacteria had almost all the kinds of metabolism that we find on Earth today. Symbiosis transformed the Earth from a broth
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  • carbohydrate, and lipids. These changes are performed in cells and called metabolism. The metabolic pathways are composed of chemical reactions, which are
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  • some billions of years, the way of life was ultimately reached, with its metabolism characterized by selective assimilation and dissimulation as end stations
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  • quite knew what he had in mind. His solitude now was the result of his metabolism, that constant breathing in of joy and exhalation of sadness. Wikipedia
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  • to the lowest possible level. It is like a person in meditation: his metabolism, respiration, and calorie consumption reach an extremely low level. Even
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  • collection of chemicals contains enough different kinds of molecules, a metabolism will crystallize from the broth. p.45 as cited in: Gert Korthof (1998)
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  • Columbia University Press, p. xv From nesting, brooding and sex, to metabolism, development and even the diseases that afflicted them, many of the traits
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  • accepting your apologies. [Discussing Velociraptors] Alan Grant: What kind of metabolism do they have? What's their growth rate? Robert Muldoon: They're lethal
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  • some billions of years, the way of life was ultimately reached, with its metabolism characterized by selective assimilation and dissimulation as end stations
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  • the deepening shadow of your presence; the silence a process in the metabolism of the being of love. "Alive", p. 51 Life is not hurrying on to a receding
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  • morphological viewpoints. Von Bertalanffy (1957) "Quantitative laws in metabolism and growth" in: Quarterly Review of Biology 32(1957), p. 217 Every organism
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  • Pharmacokinetics: Basic Principles and Its Use as a Tool in Drug Metabolism, p. 199 in Drug Metabolism and Drug Toxicity, Mitchell JR, Horning MG, editors eds
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  • schools; the second law of thermodynamics drives cars, computers and metabolism; and death, at the very least, opens up tenured faculty positions. Seth
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  • definition in biology (chemical process within organic entities involving metabolism etc.) (3) Mrs Woolf: ‘Life is a luminous halo, a semi-transparent envelope
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