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  • ...k | author=Purves, William Kirkwood ''et al'' | title=Life, the science of biology| publisher=Macmillan | page=455 | year=2001 | isbn=0716738732 }}</ref> The
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  • ...herited]] in our [[genome]], and is fully working as soon as our [[Tissue (biology)|tissues]] and [[Organ (anatomy)|organs]] are properly developed. ...on to secondary infections. This '''immunological memory''' is due to the biology of [[T-cell]]s and [[B-cell]]s.
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  • ...ll, Jane. 1999. ''Reason for hope: a spiritual journey''. New York: Warner Books.</ref> These findings revolutionized our knowledge of chimpanzee behaviour. ...p aggression leads to territorial expansion in wild chimpanzees. ''Current Biology'' '''20''' (12) R507/8.</ref> Several authors have drawn a connection betwe
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  • ...in science, and wrote a collection of [[essay]]s. These essays explored [[biology]], [[physics]], and astronomy. Tagore also wrote many [[non-fiction]] books. These covered many subjects, including the [[history of India]], [[linguis
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  • ...e of their characteristics to their children. It is an important part of [[biology]], and gives the basic rules on which [[evolution]] acts. ...] [[physiologist]], was the first person to state the foundation of [[cell biology]]: that cells only derive from other cells. This was later popularized by t
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  • ...le=The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Butterfly World|publisher=Chartwell Books Inc|date=1977|pages=33|chapter=2|isbn=0-89009-093-9}}</ref> However, most b {{biology-stub}}
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  • ...[[New Zealand]]. They are the [[genus]] '''''Apteryx''''' of the [[family (biology)|family]] Apterygidae. There are several [[species]] and sub-species of kiw ...itory they build several small caves where they sleep, or lay their [[Egg (biology)|eggs]].
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  • |url= https://books.google.com.au/books?id=35rGM50pAoAC&printsec=frontcover&dq=great+auk&source=bl&ots=oSQyqo_7mE&s |title=The great auk: the extinction of the original penguin - Google Books
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  • ....jpg|thumb|Title page of the [[Index Librorum prohibitorum]], a listing of books the Catholic Church banned, published in the 17th century]] ...r of others. This has happened especially with words that describe [[race (biology)|race]] and [[gender]].
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  • ...ries works with municipal schools, have a collection of approximately 5000 books, and be cultural reference and leisure for the community, and are designed ...de História Natural''''' ("Natural History Museum") - dedicated to the [[biology]] and [[botany]];
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  • ...is a [[science]]. It is a branch of [[biology]], and is also called plant biology. It is sometimes called phytology. Scientists who study botany are called b * [[Theophrastus]], [[Hellenistic]] philosopher, wrote books, systematized botanical descriptions.
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  • ...ulus is used in many different areas such as [[physics]], [[astronomy]], [[biology]], [[engineering]], [[economics]], [[medicine]] and [[sociology]]. ...th>", which means "a tiny amount of y". Leibniz's notation is used by more books because it is easy to understand when the equations become more complicated
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  • There are many practical applications of ecology in [[conservation]] biology, [[wetland]] management, [[natural resource]] management ([[agriculture]], Also, ecology means that it is the branch of biology dealing with the relations and interactions between organisms and their env
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  • It should be noted that every major science, including physics, biology, and chemistry are all disciplines that originally were considered philosop ...cademics), who work for universities or colleges. These philosophers write books and articles about philosophy and teach classes about philosophy to univers
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  • ...are [[autotroph]]ic [[eukaryote]]s, which means they have complex [[cell (biology)|cells]], and make their own food. Usually they cannot move (not counting [ ...such as stems and roots.<ref>Asimov, Isaac 1968. ''Photosynthesis''. Basic Books, New York, London. {{ISBN|0-465-05703-9}}.</ref><ref>Intermediate Learn Sci
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  • ...on, Edward O. 1998. Consilience: the unity of knowledge. New York: Vintage Books, 49–71. {{ISBN|0-679-45077-7}}</ref><ref>Heilbron J.L. 2003. ''The Oxford ...the natural world, including [[physics]], [[chemistry]], [[geology]] and [[biology]].
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  • ...atic of science, even more scientific than the very framework of modernist biology, the [[Modern evolutionary synthesis]].<ref>Murray BG Jr, [https://www.ncbi ...at Comes Next'' (New York: Mariner Books, 2007), [https://books.google.com/books?id=d6MIUlxY-qwC&pg=PA19 p 19]</ref> Experiments to detect added spatial di
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  • ...pbell">Campbell I.B. and Claridge G.G.C. 1987. ''[https://books.google.com/books?id=WfhG-Qxz8psC&pg=PA4&dq=is+Antarctica+a+desert&hl=en&ei=ig6-S5nXL8H88AbA_ ...the [[krill]], which is a general term for the small shrimp-like [[Marine biology|marine]] [[crustacea]]ns. Krill are near the bottom of the [[food chain]]:
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  • ...all, [[carnivore|carnivorous]] (meat-eating) [[mammal]]s, of the [[family (biology)|family]] [[Felidae]]. Domestic cats are often called house cats when kept ...at skeleton|last=Gillis|first=Rick (ed.)|work=Zoolab: a website for animal biology|publisher=University of Wisconsin|location=La Crosse, WI|date=22 July 2002|
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  • ...ant usually stands still, raises its trunk, and blows. This is a [[Signal (biology)|signal]] to other elephants and wildlife. Modern elephants – the actual [[family (biology)|family]] [[Elephantidae]] – evolved from gomphotheres as the climate bec
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