Core Idea: LS1.B: Growth and development of organisms
Then 800 million years ago, phosphorus began accumulating in shallow ocean areas near coastlines, apparently setting off chemical chain reactions that pumped oxygen into the atmosphere and oceans, jumpstarting the development of organisms
that had more than one cell.
Sheldrake proposed his theory of morphogenetic fields as the only viable alternative to mechanistic and vitalistic theories to explain biological morphogenesis (in general, the issue of biological development of organisms
from simple structures, and even the continued development of organisms
when a part of the organism is removed).
Texas: This measure, House Bill 285, was aimed at universities and would have forbade any institution of higher education to "discriminate against or penalize in any manner, especially with regard to employment or academic support, a faculty member or student based on the faculty member's or student's conduct of research relating to the theory of intelligent design or other alternate theories of the origination and development of organisms
." It died in committee.
Keeping items and surfaces dry lowers the development of organisms
. Any holding tanks on instrument processing equipment should be checked by qualified service personnel to detect any growth within.
The University of Edinburgh team's work, which included his wife Noreen, was hailed as a revolution for scientists in terms of understanding how cells work, how genetics works and how to understand the development of organisms
so treatments can be devised when things go wrong.
Synthetic biology's baseline cases are those in which it aims at the development of organisms
that are contained and that are thought to be incapable of surviving in the field anyway, both because they have traits that would make them weak competitors in the wild and because they have been designed to self-destruct in the wild.
For high school and college students, scholars, and general readers, this volume describes the applications of DNA technology in forensic science, the development of organisms
with genetic characteristics of two different species, genetic testing, gene therapy, molecular farming, and cloning.
Similarly, the structural nature of ontogenetic development of organisms
typically leads to the existence of nonadaptive structural elements (spandrels).
This included evidence about the development of organisms
that could be used in biological warfare, and the involvement of Iraqi Intelligence services in possible biological warfare activities.