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biological

(archaic), biologic
1. of or relating to biology
2. (of a detergent) containing enzymes said to be capable of removing stains of organic origin from items to be washed
3. a drug, such as a vaccine, that is derived from a living organism

biological

[¦bī·ə¦läj·ə·kəl]
(biology)
Of or pertaining to life or living organisms.
(immunology)
A biological product used to induce immunity to various infectious diseases or noxious substances of biological origin.
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couldn't cope baby was biologically mine There's no easy way to let her down but you've given me some pretty good reasons, taking into consideration the physical and emotional impact a baby would have on you.
To summarize, following previous empirical research it is possible that unpredictability of a biologically non-significant US does not lead to context conditioning.
CLONEstem is a biologically relevant stem cell clonal culture kit that makes single-cell plating, clone generation and derivation of new stem cell lines easy, reliable and standardized.
3) More recent classification would have defined 4 of our biologically malignant papillary carcinoma cases with areas of various degrees of anaplasia as anaplastic carcinoma.
OPAXIO (paclitaxel poliglumex, CT-2103), which was formerly known as XYOTAX, is an investigational, biologically enhanced, chemotherapeutic that links paclitaxel, the active ingredient in Taxol, to a biodegradable polyglutamate polymer, which results in a new chemical entity.
Biologically active food supplements are used for the following purposes:
These are the biologically based therapies that are claimed to have disease-modifying effects.
Ten Years of LWWC's Biologically Integrated Farming System Program" demonstrates that in that period, the growers reduced their environmental impact from pesticides to nearly the same, negligible level of impact as that of certified-organic vineyards.
What results are imbalances that lead to problems such as obesity, diabetes, and other illnesses, say the authors They explain how environmental influences shape human traits and discuss how those traits are passed along both biologically and culturally People are uniquely able to alter their surroundings and behavior to cope with changing conditions, the authors write.
Pasupuleti MD, FACP, FAANEM (a clinical professor at Michigan State) is a self-help guide to understanding oneself intellectually, biologically, and spiritually.
Computational intelligence is defined as a multi-faceted discipline dedicated to the shared knowledge of design, theory, development and application of biologically and linguistically motivated computational models.
has issued the report "Antimicrobials Used Within Biologically Active Surfaces.

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