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bioscience

[¦bī·ō¦sī·əns]
(biology)
The study of the nature, behavior, and uses of living organisms as applied to biology.
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Those conditions are highly dominated by women and have been described as difficult to fit in to the traditional bioscientific medical system [69, 70].
We evaluated the gas exchanges, the leaf temperature and incident radiation on the third or fourth leaf (leaf three or four) counting from the apex to the base, with the help of Lcpro+[R] Portable Photosynthesis System (ADC BioScientific Limited, UK) infrared gas analyzer (IRGA), always with the radiation shield facing the sun, with ambient temperature and irradiance, and airflow of 200 ml [min.sup.-1].
Accordingly, bioscientific advancements and biotechnological developments have made it possible to sustain body parts' function in the absence of natural spontaneous respiratory and cardiac operation to be alive.
Amidst the plethora of theoretical approaches to literature and culture in the post-postmodern era, shaped by increasingly sophisticated digital and bioscientific technological resources, a few stand out as arguably the dominant cultural developments, moving the discourse of the Humanities beyond a postmodernist ethos: posthumanism, biopolitics and digimodernism (1) are amongst the most salient.
With much of the bioscientific data suggesting that the population is susceptible to chronic illness, McPhail critiques how lifestyle choices are identified as both the means to success and explanation for the health conditions of many Newfoundlanders.
Animal safety company Neogen (NasdaqGS:NEOG) revealed on Monday the completion of the food safety and veterinary genomic assets of Beijing Anapure BioScientific Co .
(NASDAQ: NEOG) has acquired the food safety and veterinary genomic assets of its Chinese distributor, Beijing Anapure BioScientific Co., Ltd.
This is evident, for example, in the health care field, which spans both social innovations (as herein characterized) and traditional, patentable technologies: "The problem of dissemination of change applies not only to formally studied bioscientific innovations, but also to the numerous effective process innovations that arise from improvement projects ...
We expect the lab's joint research and development efforts to lead to major breakthroughs in the use of supercomput-ing for bioscientific applications." (4)
Rates of SR were measured using the Automatic Soil C[O.sub.2] Exchange System (ACE; ADC BioScientific Ltd, Hoddesdon, UK).
The C[O.sub.2] flux was monitored using a GXH-305 Portable Gas Analyzer (ADC Bioscientific Ltd., Hoddesdon, England) with static chambers for gas sampling made of polyvinyl (PVC) pipe.