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biology
  1. The study of all life or living matter.
  2. The living organisms of a particular region.
  3. The structure, function, and behavior of an organism or type of organism.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “The tundra is the coldest biome described in typical geography and biology textbooks.”
      “I thought maybe irreducible complexity was a problem that biology needed to solve.”
      “He used the tenets of population biology, ordered by natural selection and biological fitness, to look at societal comportment.”
biologicals
  1. (medicine) biological products, such as antitoxins or vaccines, used to induce immunity
  2. Examples:
    1. “The information has been found to be updated and well documented for the manufacturing and quality control testing of biologicals.”
      “Medicare pays for devices and biologicals with passthrough codes when they are used in the outpatient wound care clinic.”
      “The standing committees will deal with biologicals and vaccines, pharmacovigilance, and pharmacy and standards.”
biologism
  1. The use or emphasis of biological principles or methods in explaining human, especially social, behavior. [from 20th c.]
  2. Examples:
    1. “For it was precisely from Luther's spirit of innovation that the sustenance of Darwin's biologism was first drawn.”
      “At present, there is a resurgence of biologism in both psychology and popular culture.”
      “Ferber's brief description of the African American woman, Princess, who performs domestic work for Fannie, reinforces both racial biologism and environmental determinism.”
biologic
biologization
biolinguistics
  1. (linguistics) Study of the biology and evolution of language.
biolaboratory
  1. A laboratory where biology is studied.
biologist
  1. A student of biology; one versed in the science of biology.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “A biologist at the University of Arizona, Rosen studies what insects and fish prey on bullfrog tadpoles.”
      “The five minutes Lloyd spends reprising his wackadoo role as the piranha-infatuated biologist are entertaining enough.”
      “But the biologist cannot devitalize a plant or an animal and revivify it again.”
biolipid
  1. Any lipid that has biological activity
  2. Examples:
    1. “This result indicates that in fact, the three cell lines are responsive to this biolipid.”
biolayer
  1. A layer of biological material
  2. Examples:
    1. “Certain chemical contaminants may be transported farther than microbial contaminants because they are not as inhibited by the biolayer that commonly forms around latrines.”
biol
  1. Abbreviation of biology.
biologizations
  1. plural of biologization
biolaboratories
  1. plural of biolaboratory
biologisms
  1. plural of biologism
biologists
  1. plural of biologist
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Molecular biologists have seen all of these processes at work in the laboratory, in particular the adaptation of duplicated genes.”
      “In the years following Trivers' initial paper many biologists thought that reciprocal altruism was widespread in the animal kingdom.”
      “Most biologists believe the famed waggle dance of the honeybee constitutes coded language that directs other bees to nectar and pollen.”
biolipids
  1. plural of biolipid
biolayers
  1. plural of biolayer
biologics
  1. plural of biologic
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  3. Examples:
    1. “One reason for creating such products is to deliver drugs or biologics to a well-defined target within the body.”
      “Then all of a sudden the dot-bomb dropped, and suddenly medical devices and biologics were back in vogue.”
      “The most complex combination products are invariably devices involving drugs or biologics, or both.”
biologies
  1. plural of biology
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  3. Examples:
    1. Biologies and parasite complexes of two bagworms, Eumeta japonica and Eumeta minucula in Japan.”
      “The research was published online in the June 29, 2012 edition of Comptes Rendus Biologies, a publication of the French Academy of Sciences.”
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