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pertaining to biology or to life and living things

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of parents and children

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Genomic profiles and predictive biological networks in oxidant-induced atherogenesis.
resolution that has demanded that he disarm and destroy his chemical and biological weapons, and any nuclear capacity.
Several considerations incline me to trust his account: this was probably not the only, nor the first, instance of apparent attempts to transmit disease by hurling biological material into besieged cities; it was within the technical capabilities of besieging armies of the time; and it is consistent with medieval notions of disease causality (22).
This Administration strongly supports treaties such as the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), the Chemical Weapons Convention, and the Biological Weapons Convention.
The biological drugs market is witnessing a significant growth due to the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases and increase in the global geriatric population.
Calabrese has campaigned relentlessly over the past 15 years to draw attention to biological effects that occur below a NOAEL.
Having been a scholar of biological warfare history for more than fifteen years, I was pleased by the sources of information Dr.
Since asthma caused or exacerbated by dust mites, endotoxin, or ozone involves different genes and different biological mechanisms, the disease can be better studied by focusing the investigation on a specific etiologic type of asthma.
Being done on a recently retired Edwards Air Force Base F-16 jet, the test uses a simulated chemical agent and a simulated biological agent.
In an attempt to identify causal factors, it has been hypothesized that depression results from the interaction between a person's biological and psychological vulnerabilities and a stressful life event (Cicchetti and Toth, 1998).
The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense, a joint service office in Falls Church, Va.
Bioterrorism is terrorism that uses biological weapons, which are organisms (bacteria or viruses) or toxins that can kill or injure people, livestock, or crops.
Descriptions of the sarin attack in Tokyo in 1995 and the anthrax attacks in the United States in 2001 illustrate lessons from governments' recent experiences with chemical and biological terrorism.
At home, Congress has already beaten trade chiefs in the rush to protect biological wealth.
Due to continuing concerns about bioterrorism and the potential for future anthrax attacks, GAO was asked to audit controls over public sales of excess Department of Defense (DOD) biological equipment and chemical and biological protective clothing that could be used to produce and disseminate biological warfare agents.