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Community in Biological Definition

Rudolf Steiner

... , the Camphill Movement , and the Christian community . During a Christmas meeting in 1923, he founded ... opportunity and hope for individuals through community investing." Steiner's Outlook on Social ... Association Weleda The Christian community Defending Steiner Steiner pre-school ...

Human

... souls are exclusively human, or that there are group souls held by the community of animals. Others again, beginning with Thales of Miletus , believe that ... remain under the Noahide Laws , reflecting an emphasis on the fate of the community over the fate of the individual. Christianity introduced a greater ...

Cancer

... from both are dropping Associated Press appearing in The Arizona Republic online . Retrieved 2005-01-29. How To Find Resources in Your Own community If You Have Cancer , National Cancer Institute Fact Sheet. Taking Part in Clinical Trials: What Cancer Patients Need To Know , National Cancer ...

Competitive exclusion principle

... new paradox is created: Most well-known models that allow for stable coexistence allow for unlimited number of species to coexist, yet in nature, any community contains just a handful of species. See also: Ecology References Gause, G. F. (1934). The struggle for existence . Baltimore, MD: ...

Cryptozoology

... [2] Also cited is the 2003 discovery of the remains of Homo floresiensis , a descendent of Homo erectus which took the anthropological community completely by surprise. The fact that myths of a strikingly similar creature, called Ebu Gogo by the local people, have persisted until as late as ...

Ebola

... of Health in Kinshasa, then contacted the United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for help. The CDC informed the international medical community about the epidemic (Draper 15-23). The fatality rate for the 1976 outbreak was 88.05%; the 1977 outbreak 100%; the 1994 outbreak 59.18%; the 1995 ...

Eugenics

... Nazi Germany , many of the ideas about "racial hygiene" and "unfit" members of society rapidly were renounced publicly by members of the scientific community and politicians alike. The Nuremberg trials against former Nazi leaders revealed to the world much of the sadistic practices of the regime and ...

Neuroscience

... Society for Neuroscience American Society for Neurochemistry Neurotransmitter.net Neuroscience resources and news BrainMeta A community site Neuroanatomy & Neuropathology on the Internet High quality links Neuroscience. 2nd ed. by Purves et al (online textbook) ...

Sociobiology

... to completely different conclusions in the above-mentioned theories of the adaptive nature of racism. Also, it is widely known in the scientific community that when a certain outcome of research is expected or preferred by the researchers, researchers are often likely to subconsciously incorpororate ...
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