biology department

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Noun1.biology department - the academic department responsible for teaching and research in biologybiology department - the academic department responsible for teaching and research in biology
academic department - a division of a school that is responsible for a given subject
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These specimens are deposited in the Aphids Collection of the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department of Sao Carlos University (Coleafis/DEBE/UFSCar) at Sao Carlos, Silo Paulo State, Brazil (sample number 747a), and also in the Aphids Collection of the National Agronomic Station (CAEAN) at Oeiras city, Portugal (sample number 5719a).
Team leader Robert Parmenter, a research associate professor in the biology department at the University of New Mexico at Albuquerque, says he and his colleagues knew that rodent numbers tend to increase when higher levels of precipitation lead to increased food availability.
According to one of the human observers, the frog emerged from the flight unharmed and "happily joined his fellow frogs in a biology department."
SWABI -- Micro Biology Department University of Swabi organised a day long medical camp on Hepatitis where in awareness regarding prevention and treatment of the disease was provided besides providing free diagnostic facilities.
Geldard worked as a administrator for 15 years in the Cell Biology Department at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, before retiring.
We are trying this time also just to see whether improvement in bio-diversity has occurred or taken place," said Jayachandran, Head of Biology Department, Panangad Fisheries College, Kochi.
8 letter, Tony Gregory says that if the University of Oregon's biology department were as outstanding as the Ducks football team, it would be well-funded and rewarded.
Stanton, Saginaw Valley State University, Biology Department, and David Karpovich, Saginaw Valley State University, Chemistry Department, University Center, MI 48710; 989/790-4176;
King of the biology department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.