biological environment


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biological environment

Conditions found in an area resulting from direct or persisting effects of biological weapons.
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Like Vice-President Al Gore in his excellent Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit (Houghton Mifflin, 1992), Wilson calls for citizen and government action to halt the rapidly accelerating destruction of our global biological environment.
Scientific data on the physical and biological environment will also be collected, to see how environmental factors affect the distribution of dolphins in the sea.
Genetic recombination usually takes place in a biological environment, while DNA recombination occurs either during a repair response or experiments using in vitro studies.
Basic institutions of the CIS, training in mine clearance, military metrology, mutual informing about the changes of radiation, chemical and biological environment, etc.
This characteristic results in negligible solubility of the produced nanocomposite in biological environment.
It will reinforce our technical resources and our ability to anticipate the behavior of new implants in their simulated biological environment.
I tell them I'm an electrical engineer in a biological environment," she adds.
Yogel said they do not want to disturb the biological environment, including the large oak trees in the canyons.
Historically, there's been no oversight of oceanographers' impact on the biological environment," Clark says.
The difference can be so great that one of the enantiomers shows the desirable medical properties while another enantiomer is known as a highly toxic component for the biological environment.
They believed that the rapid change might not allow sufficient time for the biological environment to adjust.
Most of us in developed countries today imagine our homes being situated in a culture, not a biological environment.
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