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Synonyms for organismic

of or relating to or belonging to an organism (considered as a whole)

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organismic learning capital (sample item: "My body health is good enough for studying my lessons.
This thought, and its constituent concepts, does not occur as a result of organismic control.
Individuality, organization, autonomy, and homeostasis are four organismic terms used cleverly to describe various IR theories of the state, confined within the context of biological categorization.
In order for me to do so, to move from the first moment of organismic spatiality into its apparatus of external organization, I now turn to an analysis of Spinoza's concept of affect.
To address the dearth of research on the topic, we draw on self-determination theory and organismic integration theory and use qualitative case study analysis to examine the experiences of graduate student instructors teaching with service-learning at a large Southeastern university.
Holotype (SINICA-COPEPOD 001), allotype (SINICA-COPEPOD 002), and paratypes (SINICA-COPEPOD sOOl) were deposited at the Institute of Cellular and Organismic Biology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
Ravi, a post-doctoral fellow with an aerospace degree, works in the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, in the Combes Lab at Harvard's Concord Field Station.
Sources: Trevor Keenan, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University, www.
This competition is a highly regarded opportunity for students nationwide to share their hands-on research in some field of organismic biology.
Whether they are representational is determined by the role they play in larger organismic and environmental contexts; it is typically the organism in which the mechanism is embedded that has interests and goals, and these are determined in part by the nature of its environmental niche.
Although Agier's work, building on more than two successive decades of knowledge, does not adhere to this organismic, functionalist reasoning that constructs displacement as an aberration in an otherwise sedentary society, the question still remains- can one truly discount contextual circumstances or the role of specific cultural, political and economic factors that shape experiences across settings in favour of a universalized account of 'the' refugee experience?
It reads in a recent work of political theory, Pheng Cheah's Spectral Nationality, the performance dan error of subreption in Cheah's use of the metaphor of the gift to hail and conceptualize "the organismic metaphor" as "Kant's greatest bequest to moral and political thought" (78).
A stimulus-organism-response (S-O-R) model, often used to frame other servicescape research, is adapted as the basis of the theory that the online casino environment will influence the organismic effects of cognitive and affective states, which in turn influence gamblers' approach or avoidance behavioral intentions.
This study is exceptionally exciting for us because it shows the power of this approach," Associate Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Pardis Sabeti, one of two senior co-authors of the paper, said.
Typically, the inferred constructs are construed as mediating, organismic variables in an S-O-R conception of behavior.
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