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natural history

1. the study of animals and plants in the wild state
2. the study of all natural phenomena
3. the sum of these phenomena in a given place or at a given time
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NORD will use the grant to develop 20 natural history studies for 20 rare diseases based on a lottery system.
Two major Basel~s cultural institutions, the State Archives of Basel-Stadt (rod) and the Natural History Museum Basel (NMB), need for operational and structural reasons new premises.
As the title indicates, the Natural History Museum is the central setting for the programme, so it seemed fitting to stage a promotion at the venue.
With special displays of species of plants, animals, minerals and wildlife, the museum is a major attraction for the school trips and nature lovers who get excellent glimpses of natural history with written description.
PMNH is offering training courses in animal and plant collection, preservation and curation so to enable the youth to understand natural history in letter and spirit.
The American Museum of Natural History in New York (AMNH) began hiring staff artists in 1885.
The Science of Describing: Natural History in Renaissance Europe.
Paula Kahumbu could be featured in any elementary-level natural history collection, teachers and educators shouldn't miss the opportunity to use it as an example of unusual friendships either.
The issue is clinically relevant because if there is a difference in their natural history, then there might be a difference in the way each is treated.
I'm a pop artist using natural history as my iconography," Alexis Rockman has said of himself (1).
Manuel Presti from Italy has been named Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2005 for his image "Skychase" and ten-year-old Jesse Ritomen, from Finland was named Young Wildlife Photographer ofthe Year 2005 for his image "Inquisitive Jay," at a special viewing at the Natural History Museum in London.

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