biological environment


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biological environment

Conditions found in an area resulting from direct or persisting effects of biological weapons.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Since its emergence more than 540 million years ago, multicellular life evolved under the influence of both the non-biological and the biological environment, but how the balance between these factors changed remained largely unknown.
I consider myself a "social ecologist," concerned with man's man-made environment the way the natural ecologist studies the biological environment. The term "social ecology" is my own coinage.
The plastic must be non-toxic, non-carcinogenic, biocompatible, and in no way detrimental in the biological environment. PET has been approved for food and beverage contact by the FDA, Health Canada, and the European Food Safety Authority.
They cannot fully mimic the complex biological environment needed for cell growth and development.
In the causal pathway, we can count wide range of factors from molecules, genetics, epigenetics, mutations, physical and biological environment to treatment, health behaviour and health care delivery.
Table 1: Similarity and difference of WTO rules and Cartagena protocol on Biosafety Wto rules Cartagena protocol on Biosafety Similarity Both of them consider the transboundary movement of pest can threaten the health and safety of human, animals and plants and proper measures must be adopted to ensure human health and biological environment. Both of them realize international trade activities can affect biological environment and emphasize scientific principles, existing scientific evidence and the roles of international standards and international organizations.
In addition, the defense ministers will consider issues of improving the functioning of the unified system of state radar identification and mutual informing about the changes of radiation, chemical and biological environment.
SEPA said development of roads and other infrastructure for a large population may affect physical and biological environment. SEPA letter listed many challenges/ issues that may arise due to the project.
Spectacular topographical landscapes and diverse biological environment are other features of the country which entice tourists to visit.
Sometimes because you're in a biological environment it can help, because the proteins may give you extra protection, but in some cases the proteins augment the corrosion process.
They include such subjects as topography in bio-tribocorrosion, wear-corrosion mechanisms in biomaterials, fretting corrosion processes and wear mechanisms in medical implants, wear and corrosion in the loosening of total joint replacements, abrasion-corrosion mechanisms of implant materials, wear prediction in dental composites, bio-tribocorrosion and the biological environment, biofilms in the oral environment, protein adsorption of biomedical alloys, and several articles on bio-tribocorrosion in the clinical environment, including dental implants and joints.
Closed nailing causes no damage to extraperiosteal soft tissues and the biological environment around the fracture is least disturbed.

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