Some articles on biological:
... Biopesticides, a contraction of 'biological pesticides', include several types of pest management intervention through predatory, parasitic, or chemical relationships ... has been associated historically with biological control - and by implication - the manipulation of living organisms ... formerly the Biopesticide Manual) gives a review of the available biological insecticide (and other biology-based control) products ...
... Eucharitids are candidates for biological control because each Eucharitid Subfamily targets a specific variety of ant genera ... Orasema are sometimes used as means of biological control for many ants, including the fire ant and little fire ant ... Leaving aside the philosophical problems associated with introducing any organism for biological control, I believe that species of Orasema do have potential as ...
... The universality-diversity paradigm is the analysis of biological materials based on the universality and diversity of its fundamental structural elements and functional mechanisms ... The analysis of biological systems based on this classification has been a cornerstone of modern biology ... paradigm (UDP)—is an overarching feature in biological materials and a crucial component of materiomics ...
... A biological target is a biopolymer such as a protein or nucleic acid whose activity can be modified by an external stimulus ... The definition is context-dependent and can refer to the biological target of a pharmacologically active drug compound, or the receptor target of a hormone (like insulin) ... Biological targets are most commonly proteins such as enzymes, ion channels, and receptors ...
... Seaford to Beachy Head is a large site of biological and geological importance ... Wilmington Downs is another area of biological interest its chalk grassland is habitat for several rare species ... Lullington Heath is also of biological interest due to its chalk heath and grassland habitats ...
More definitions of "biological":
- (adj): Of parents and children; related by blood.
Example: "Biological child"
Famous quotes containing the word biological:
“Biological possibility and desire are not the same as biological need. Women have childbearing equipment. For them to choose not to use the equipment is no more blocking what is instinctive than it is for a man who, muscles or no, chooses not to be a weightlifter.”
—Betty Rollin (b. 1936)
“No further evidence is needed to show that mental illness is not the name of a biological condition whose nature awaits to be elucidated, but is the name of a concept whose purpose is to obscure the obvious.”
—Thomas Szasz (b. 1920)
“No poetic phantasy
but a biological reality,
a fact: I am an entity
like bird, insect, plant
or sea-plant cell;
I live; I am alive.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)