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  • the U.S. populace, regardless of the fact that 'race' has no scientific justification in human biology. Eventually, however, these classifications must
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  • For the 2002 Film, see Adaptation (film) In biology, an adaptation, also called an adaptive trait, is a trait with a current functional role in the
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  • In biology and ecology, extinction is the end of an organism or of a group of organisms (taxon), normally a species. The moment of extinction is generally
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  • Mutant (category Biology)
    images has developed a hypertrophied eye condition that's turning them into a race of mutants. Federico Fellini, in I'm a Born Liar: A Fellini Lexicon (2003)
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  • fundamental organizing principle of biology, it is the core theme of this book. Jane B. Reece, Lisa A. Urry, et al. Campbell Biology (10th ed., 2014), Ch. 1. Evolution
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  • Woodger as Modern Theories of Development: An Introduction to Theoretical Biology. Oxford (UK): Clarendon Press, 1933. The rule is derived inductively from
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  • (1958) I like to define biology as the history of the earth and all its life — past, present, and future. To understand biology is to understand that all
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  • author The recognition of the importance of complex systems in physics and biology has led to their study in economic systems, usually characterized as governed
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  • Writers. p. 114. Men are not allowed to think freely about chemistry and biology: why should they be allowed to think freely about political philosophy
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  • Wakefulness (category Biology)
    ground. Mindful among the mindless Awake while others dream. Swift as the race horse He outstrips the field. How wonderful it is to watch. How foolish
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  • Singularity (category Biology)
    (1904–74) As quoted in A Question of Physics: Conversations in Physics and Biology (1979), Paul Buckley and F. David Peat, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London
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  • threat of extinction of the human race and of all life on this planet. Ch. 1. The Turning of the Tide. In biology the Cartesian view of living organisms
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  • taught Biology 100. Having loved biology my entire life, I assumed that all 250 students in my class would be as enthusiastic as I was to study biology. I
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  • Alien life (category Biology)
    could be forgiven if they reported home that our planet is inhabited by a race of insane men whose future is bleak and uncertain. Dr. Martin Luther King
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  • the least opposing force to the new incident force. The Principles of Biology, Vol. I (1864), Part III: The Evolution of Life, Ch. 7: Indirect Equilibration
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  • matter of biology, but of economics and ideology. Albert Guerard, France - A Short History (1946), Read Books, 2007, p. 44 There is no French race, for the
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  • Eric N. Olson, Ch. 1 : An Introduction to Muscle, in Muscle: Fundamental Biology and Mechanisms of Disease (2012) edited by Joseph A. Hill and Eric N. Olson
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  • occurred and proceeded in accordance with natural laws. He gave the term biology a broader meaning by coining the term for special sciences, chemistry,
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  • the earth as a given. We change our body chemistry, our physiology, our biology, our biochemistry. We clear the forest, we build our own environment, we
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  • of Pennsylvania, was a botanist. He wrote on evolution, the history of biology, and the philosophy of science. Whenever like mates with like (genetically)
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