organism

[ awr-guh-niz-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF organism

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Thus the organism modifies its surroundings, and is in turn modified by them.

During this period the organism undergoes the most singular metamorphoses.

He obeyed his instincts, permitting the will of his organism to lead him.

Though they may be shorn of their glory, they retain their place in the organism of knowledge.

This is not the only way of stimulating the organism, but it seems the most powerful.

It cannot be too often emphasized that an organism necessarily is one.

The stronger the organism, like the oak, the slower the growth.

All diseases are merely reductions of this ethereal spirit in the organism.

It is an organism, though as yet an imperfectly developed one.

Pain is nature's way of indicating that something is wrong with the organism.

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