... complex, with multiple lens components in both objective
and eyepiece assemblies. These multi-component ... elements
ocular lens or eye-piece
turret, or nosepiece
coarse adjustment knob
... Environmental economics
Evaluation of biodiversity
Measurement of biodiversity
From the viewpoint previously defined, no single objective
measure of biodiversity is possible, only measures relating to particular purposes or applications.
For practical conservationists, this measure ...
... are increasingly often constructed with the aid of molecular data. Computational systematics allows the use of these large data sets to construct objective
phylogenies. These can more accurately filter out true synapomorphy from parallel evolution.
Cladistics does not assume any particular theory of ...
... however, and see humanism as simply a mature expression of a common truth present in most religions. Humanists affirm the possibility of an objective
truth and accept that human perception of that truth is imperfect. The most basic tenets of humanism are that humans matter and can solve human ...
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
... of psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center writes: "psychiatrys claim that mental illnesses are brain ... is not true. There are no objective
diagnostic tests to confirm or disconfirm the diagnosis of ... There is no blood or other biological test to ascertain the presence or ...
... are sometimes called folk taxonomies to distinguish them from scientific taxonomies that claim to be disembedded from social relations and thus objective
and universal. The most well-known and widely used scientific taxonomy is Linnaean taxonomy which classifies living things and originated with ...