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I think it is this characteristic, more than any other, that distinguishes sciences dealing with living organisms from physics.
In like manner, we can collect all mnemic phenomena in living organisms under a single law, which contains what is hitherto verifiable in Semon's two laws.
Once accumulated in an organism, the loss of uranium from tissues is slow, which typically causes the accumulation of metals to rise to high levels over the life span of the organism.
Interestingly, the somatic cells performed even more complex functions once they were freed from the burdens of reproduction, which led to higher fitness for the organism as a whole, Ofria added.
Mehta set out to find any vent organism that fixes nitrogen under those extreme conditions.
washoensis, which has been described as an agent of endocarditis in a dog (4) and myocarditis in a human (12), but we regarded infection with this organism as unlikely because it has only been identified in the United States.
The Model Organisms link yields resources categorized by organism: mouse, zebrafish, Caenorhabditis elegans, Schizosaccharomyces pombe, and Xenopus tropicalis.
Every individual organism, except for identical twins, has a unique set of DNA.
Choose one specific organism to observe during the movie
Actinomyces, a commensal organism of the oral cavity, is often found in the tonsillar crypts, where it exists asymptomatically.
Yet a man or woman is not truly an organism in the sense that a rabbit or a lion or a whale is.
When plated, the organism exhibits a unique form of motility and colony formation.
This is the challenge that modern biochemistry poses for Darwinian evolution, for it has mounted impressive evidence that if certain biological structures were any simpler, the host organism would have perished.
Virtually every genetically engineered organism released into the environment poses a potential threat to the ecosystem.
In one of those sublime revelations that dot the history of complexity research, Kauffman later discovered that he had duplicated a long-known principle of genetics: that the number of cell types in an organism is roughly equal to the square root of the number of its genes.
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