Definition of Biological group

1. Noun. A group of plants or animals.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biological Group

biological availability
biological chemistry
biological clock
biological clocks
biological coefficient
biological containment
biological control
biological defence
biological defense
biological determinism
biological dressings
biological engineering
biological factors
biological father
biological fathers
biological group (current term)
biological half-life
biological hazard potential
biological immortality
biological immunotherapy
biological imperative
biological magnification
biological markers
biological monitoring
biological mother
biological mothers
biological oceanography
biological oxidation
biological oxygen demand

Literary usage of Biological group

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1. German Educational Exhibition, World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904: Universities by Prussia (Germany). Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Kunst und Volksbildung (1904)
"biological group: Green woodpecker, Picus v-iridis, sitting in the hole it has ... biological group of the fire-bellied toad, Bombinator igneus (cast of ..."

2. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1879)
"A. It is said that the hereditary responses will not be peculiar to the individual, but common to the biological group of which the individual is a member. ..."

3. Bulletin by Natural History Society of New Brunswick (1897)
"Salicornia and a Cactus have habits different enough, yet they have many characters in common as members of the biological group of ..."

4. Correlation of sciences in the investigation of nervous and mental diseases by Ira Van Gieson (1899)
"We are then under the guidance of a general hypothesis of the phenomena of insanity, know what facts to select from the work of the medico-biological group ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1915)
"S. Commission Report, 1913. of the courses in the physical sciences, and 15 per cent, in the biological group (including the history of evolution). ..."

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