... seem to reflect the political views he supported at various times, his empirical
contributions remain of the first importance.
Lorenz was a Professor at ... in the 1970s . Lorenz's most enduring contributions thus seem to be his empirical
work, especially on imprinting; his influence on a younger generation of ...
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Chemically, ATP consists of adenosine and three phosphate groups. It has the empirical
formula C 10 H 16 N 5 O 13 P 3 , and the chemical formula C 10 H 8 N 4 O 2 NH 2 (OH) 2 (PO 3 H) 3 H, with a molecular mass of 507.184 u .
Main article: Carbohydrate catabolism
Carbohydrate catabolism is the breakdown of carbohydrates into smaller units. The empirical
formula for carbohydrates, like that of their monomer counterparts, is C X (H 2Y O Y ). Carbohydrates literally undergo combustion to retrieve the ...
... a scientific theory is a model of the world (or some portion of it) from which falsifiable hypotheses can be generated and be verified through empirical
observation . In this sense, "theory" and "fact" do not stand in opposition, but rather exist in a reciprocal relationship. Currently, the modern ...
... , and occasionally require insulin administration if other medications are inadequate in controlling blood glucose levels.
Insulin has the empirical
formula C 254 H 377 N 65 O 75 S 6 .
Insulin structure varies slightly between species . Its carbohydrate metabolism regulatory ...
... binomial nomenclature (or trinomial nomenclature ) by which scientists typically refer to organisms.
It is the only taxonomic level which has empirical
content, in the sense that asserting that two animals are of different species is saying something more than classificatory about them.