biotypology

biotypology

the science or study of biotypes, or organisms sharing the same hereditary characteristics — biotypologic, biotypological, adj.
See also: Heredity
the science or study of biotypes, or organisms sharing the same hereditary characteristics. — biotypologic, biotypological, adj.
See also: Biology
the science or study of biotypes, or organisms sharing the same hereditary characteristics. — biotypologic, biotypological, adj.
See also: Organisms
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Biotypology using the HeathCarter anthropometric somato type is one of the most widely used methods for the selection of gifted and talented people for sports (Lentini et al., 2004;
Mosquitoes (Diptera, Culicidae) of Smir marshes (northwest of Morocco): inventory and biotypology. Bull.
She follows those records to the taxonomy of maternal bodies (also known as "biotypology"), the influence of the Catholic press and the current Marian cult, the liberal press and aspects of the maternal, fictionalized mothers in terms of rebellion and the absence of fear in the literary press, photojournalism and material visualization, and the subjectivity of the mother according to the artist's gaze.
Processes of race-mixing comprise a fourth topical focus and is addressed by Alexandra Minna Stern (the shift from "mestizophilia" to "biotypology" in postrevolutionary Mexican racial thinking) and in the essays by Chambers and Caulfield already mentioned.