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Gunnar and others hope to reveal more of the underlying biology behind the reboot.

This study also opens the door for other control measures that alter the biology of locusts themselves.

It expects women and men to behave very differently, from birth forward, simply on the basis of their biology.

Now researchers have proposed a new learning method more closely tied to biology, which they think could help us approach the brain’s unrivaled efficiency.

One key contender is CRISPR, the fast-advancing gene-editing technology that stands to revolutionize synthetic biology and treatment of genetically linked diseases.

For his tireless assault on evolutionary biology and downsizing the deity to fit within science, I give Meyer second place.

Complementarity as conservative Catholics use the term, however, is more than biology.

“In the long term, I am more worried about biology,” he told The Telegraph.

Essentially he is arguing that there are functional trade-offs in developmental biology.

People are starting to recognize that depression must relate to biology, because who would give up such an outwardly gifted life?

Its backbone should be the study of biology and its substance should be the threshing out of the burning questions of our day.

“Botany is that branch of biology which treats of plant life” has in it the same error.

“Biology” is not so well understood as “botany,” though it is a more general term.

It follows that biology is the foundation rather than the house, if we may use so crude a figure.

It is time to abandon the notion that biology prescribes in detail how we shall run society.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to biology, such as: analysis, cytology, diagnosis, dissection, division, and embryology.

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