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Biological science   /bˌaɪəlˈɑdʒɪkəl sˈaɪəns/   Listen
Biological science

noun
1.
The science that studies living organisms.  Synonym: biology.






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"Biological science" Quotes from Famous Books



... demonstrate the indivisible unity of all life. {FN8-1} The Bose crescograph has the enormity of ten million magnifications. The microscope enlarges only a few thousand times; yet it brought vital impetus to biological science. The ...
— Autobiography of a YOGI • Paramhansa Yogananda

... strong and complete exposition of Psychology, as it takes shape in a mind previously informed with biological science.... Well written, extremely entertaining, and intrinsically ...
— The Evolution of Modern Capitalism - A Study of Machine Production • John Atkinson Hobson

... is behind. For natural knowledge is destined to give man not only a direct control of the material world but new interpretations of higher problems. Though we in England make a stand upon the ancient way, peoples elsewhere will move on. Those who have grasped the meaning of science, especially biological science, are feeling after new rules of conduct. The old criteria based on ignorance have little worth. "Rights," whether of persons or of nations, may be abstractions well-founded in law or philosophy, but the modern world sooner or later will ...
— Cambridge Essays on Education • Various

... say to English parents that everyone at home and abroad, who knows anything of biological science in England, will think them fortunate if their children being students of medicine, fall under the elevating influence of Professor Sanderson's scientific and ...
— Great Testimony - against scientific cruelty • Stephen Coleridge

... the schools of Alexandria two thousand years ago. Modern astronomy is the natural continuation and development of the work of Hipparchus and of Ptolemy; modern physics of that of Democritus and of Archimedes; it was long before modern biological science outgrew the knowledge bequeathed to us by Aristotle, by Theophrastus, and ...
— Harvard Classics Volume 28 - Essays English and American • Various

... science and its methods and results that the modern mind is most confident, and speaks with the most natural and legitimate pride. Now science, even in this restricted sense, covers a great range of subjects; it may be physics in the narrowest meaning of the word, or chemistry, or biological science. The characteristic of our own age has been the development of the last, and in particular its extension to man. It is impossible to dispute the legitimacy of this extension. Man has his place in nature; the phenomena of life have one ...
— The Atonement and the Modern Mind • James Denney



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