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  • ...the proposition of the 20th century's pioneer geneticist and evolutionary biologist, the Russian-American, [[Theodosius Dobzhansky]], to wit: ...bzhanskt T. (1973) [http://www.godslasteraar.org/assets/ebooks/ Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.] ''Am Biol Teach'', pages=12
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  • '''Biotechnology''' is [[technology]] based on [[biology]], especially when used in [[agriculture]], [[food science]], and [[medici ...<ref>"[http://www.biodiv.org/convention/convention.shtml The Convention on Biological Diversity] (Article 2. Use of Terms)." ''[[United Nations]].'' 1992. Re
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  • ...elucidation of natural selection launched a revolutionary new paradigm in biology wherein organismal traits could be studied and interpreted as products of ...g what biologists call the 'fit' between the species and environment. Thus biologists characterize natural selection as increasing the 'fitness' of the speci
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  • ...termed [[Emergence (biology)|emergence]] by which a [[complex interactive system]] can transform itself from chaos to order. The initial position is taken t ...y considered to be determined as much by the traditions, beliefs and value systems that are part of its [[culture]], as by the [[cognition|cognitive]] charac
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  • ...al taxonomy is a fading discipline, and have lamented the implications for biology.<ref name=grant2009>Grant B. (2009) [http://www.the-scientist.com/article/ ...icheiro.png|left|thumb|100px|The hierarchy of scientific classification in biology.
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  • ...''lipid'' is often used as a synonym for [[fat]], the latter is in fact a subgroup of lipids called [[triglyceride]]s. ...catch-all phrase for a wide variety of [[hydrocarbon]]-based molecules of biological origin that are predominantly nonpolar or [[hydrophobic]] ("water-feari
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  • ...t enables them to obtain the nectar from [[flower]]s. They have [[Antenna (biology)|antennae]] almost universally made up of thirteen segments in males and t ...ng]] [[flowering plant]]s, and are the major type of [[pollinator]]s in ecosystems that contain flowering plants. Bees may focus on gathering nectar or on ga
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  • *that an organized subgroup of chiropractors in the USA openly promote "drugless healing" as a business ...and putting the general population at risk of epidemics. Worryingly, this subgroup is the ''same'' group that advocates chiropractic as comprehensive primary
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  • ...mal functioning of cells and therefore to optimal functioning of the organ systems and individuals they compose. Among other metabolic functions, potassium ...ced Hyperkalemia in Patients Receiving Inhibitors of the Renin-Angiotensin System: A Population-Based Study]. ''Arch Intern Med'' 170:1045-9.
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  • ...ropractic concept of subluxation, or innate intelligence, as part of human biology. ....chiroweb.com/archives/ahcpr/chapter2.htm Chapter II], Chiropractic Belief Systems
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  • ...ropractic concept of subluxation, or innate intelligence, as part of human biology. ....chiroweb.com/archives/ahcpr/chapter2.htm Chapter II], Chiropractic Belief Systems
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  • ...|pmid=8555924 |doi=}}</ref> Alternative definitions are "''the process of systematically finding, appraising, and using contemporaneous research findings as ...or=Fox DM |title=Evidence of evidence-based health policy: the politics of systematic reviews in coverage decisions |journal=Health Affairs (Project Hope) |v
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  • ...title=Despite law, fewer than one in eight completed studies of drugs and biologics are reported on time on ClinicalTrials.gov. | journal=Health Aff (Millwo ....| title=Observer bias in randomised clinical trials with binary outcomes: systematic review of trials with both blinded and non-blinded outcome assessors. |
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  • ...|pmid=8555924 |doi=}}</ref> Alternative definitions are "''the process of systematically finding, appraising, and using contemporaneous research findings as ...or=Fox DM |title=Evidence of evidence-based health policy: the politics of systematic reviews in coverage decisions |journal=Health Affairs (Project Hope) |v
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  • ...sheet answers some frequently asked questions on homeopathyA whole medical system that originated in Europe. Homeopathy seeks to stimulate the body's ability ...native medical system. Alternative medical systems are built upon complete systems of theory and practice, and often have evolved apart from and earlier than
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  • ...It wasn't until doctors achieved greater understanding of the circulatory system in the 17th century that they could establish a link between breast cancer ...TO, Amsterdam A, Bhatia S, Hudson MM, Meadows AT, Neglia JP et al.| title=Systematic review: surveillance for breast cancer in women treated with chest radi
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  • ...r, G. (2008). Internal and external validity of cluster randomised trials: systematic review of recent trials. BMJ, http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/bmj.3 ...pted time series designs in health technology assessment: lessons from two systematic reviews of behavior change strategies |journal=Int J Technol Assess Hea
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  • | subdivision_ranks = Subgroups .... The study of bacteria is known as ''bacteriology'', a subfield of [[microbiology]].
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  • ...esponsible for the [[tetanus]] disease, a condition of the central nervous system affecting an estimated 350,000 people a year, worldwide. Single rods, or ba ...tion.<ref>[''Bacterial Endospores.'' Cornell University Department of Microbiology. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences: Teaching, Research and Extensio
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  • ...utrition and other influences during development set the body's organs and systems for life. ...n the supply of nutrients to the fetus and programme a small number of key systems that are linked to later disease. A baby's growth and nutrition depend bot
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