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to the probability of all changes in the organic, ... a multi-volume flora of France . This caught the attention
of Le Comte de Buffon who arranged for him to ... the concept of evolution and bringing it to the attention
of others, but also accepted the idea of use and ...
... of function. The word is generally used to call attention
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to the fact that the domain consists of pairs or ...
... in 1995 as "fact-free science", and it has not generally received much attention
from biologists. However, the recent publication of artificial life ... 1982, brilliant and controversial scientist Stephen Wolfram turned his attention
to cellular automata. He explored and categorized the types of ...
... completed his work on barnacles ( Cirripedia ) in 1854 and turned his attention
to his theory of species.
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See publication ... becoming a key fixture of popular culture of the period (and beyond). As attention
and controversy gathered, the book was translated into numerous languages ...
... that they are still there; falling down while walking, especially when attention
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can move to another concern. Alexander Technique addresses these ....
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
... sleep, stress reduction, etc). Furthermore, in late 2004 was much media attention
given to a proposed link between SSRI use and juvenile suicide. For this ... to tryptophan. However, they do not receive as much marketing attention
as the patentable drugs.
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... microbiology ); and algae (studied in phycology ). Most algae, fungi, and microbes are no longer considered to be in the plant kingdom. However, attention
is still given to them by botanists; and bacteria, fungi, and algae are usually covered, somewhat superficially, in introductory botany courses.
... be undertaken with scientific rigor , but also with an open-minded , interdisciplinary approach. Furthermore, according to Heuvelmans, special attention
should also be given to folklore regarding creatures. While often layered in unlikely, fantasic elements, folktales may contain grains of truth ...
... by fatigue.
Levels greater than 13-15 mmol/L (230-270 mg/dL) should be monitored closely and the patient is advised to seek urgent medical attention
as soon as possible if this continues to rise after 2-3 tests.
Hyperglycaemia is not as easy to detect as hypoglycaemia and usually happens over a ...
... concept was finally named when Wilhelm Johannsen coined the word gene in 1909 .
In the early 1900s , Mendel's work received renewed attention
from scientists. In 1910 , Thomas Hunt Morgan showed that genes reside on specific chromosomes . He later showed that genes occupy specific ...
... imprinting; his influence on a younger generation of ethologists; and his popular works, which were enormously important in bringing ethology to the attention
of the general public and are still widely read and appreciated to-day.
There are three Konrad Lorenz Institutes in Austria; one is housed in his ...
Major histocompatibility complex
... D genes belong to class II.
Besides being scrutinized by immunologists for its pivotal role in the immune system, the MHC has also attracted the attention
of many evolutionary biologists, due to the high levels of allelic diversity found within many of its genes. Indeed, much theory has been ...
... ocean floor. Reefs can evolve on other things too though, which has given rise to the human ability to create artificial reefs .
Currently much attention
in marine biology is focused on coral reefs and the El Nio weather phenomenon. In the 1998 coral reefs experienced a "once in a thousand years" ...
... his data. He also had the foresight to look through several successive generations of his pea plants and record their variations. Without his careful attention
to procedure and detail, Mendel's work could not have had the impact it made on the world of genetics.
Mendel's law of segregation
... close compared to modern widefield oculars.
Anton van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723) is generally credited with bringing the microscope to the attention
of biologists, even though simple magnifying lenses were already being produced in the 1500's, and the magnifying principle of water-filled glass ...
... psychological health, including eating disorders.
Imbalances in omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids is thought to be related to autism and some attention
disorders  , and bipolar disorder (See Sobczak S, et al 2994, and the Times newspaper February 28, 2004 Autism: I can see clearly now . . . by ...
Origin of life
... impact on biology and human understanding of the natural world. Progress in this field is generally slow and sporadic, though it still draws the attention
of many due to the gravity of question being investigated.
A few facts give insight into the conditions in which life may have emerged, but the ...
Polymerase chain reaction
... each cycle. Mullis's original PCR process was very inefficient since it required a great deal of time, vast amounts of DNA-Polymerase, and continual attention
throughout the PCR process.
Later, this original PCR process was improved by the use of DNA-Polymerase taken from thermophilic (heat-loving) ...