biologic[ bahy-uh-loj-i-kuh l or bahy-uh-loj-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF biologic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIOLOGIC
You treat her as if she were a rabbit dedicated to the use of a biologic laboratory.
It is not merely editors and crowned heads who have a biologic right to say "We."
It has been said that the supply of labor is fixed by biologic laws.
The doctrine, therefore, has its scope limited only by biologic data.
This condition is further increased by the operation of two biologic principles.
But to trace love to its biologic beginning is not to deny its existence.
Nietzsche did not shrink from any of the inferential conclusions logically to be drawn from the biologic argument.
This is a biologic law, and it conditions intellectual and spiritual progress as well.
I will not discuss the technic of the procedures of biologic diagnosis, which is described by Dr. Schbl in the preceding pages.
Yet in the past hundred years the biologic sciences, as we now call them, have marched rapidly onward.