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Keywords and Sections
ADDITION
SYSTEM
SIGNIFICATION
ESSENTIAL COMPONENT
GENETIC INFORMATION
NITROGEN
CARBON
PROTEINS
SMALLER MOLECULES
BIOCOMPATIBLE
SYSTEMS THINKING
EVOLUTION
RICHARD DAWKINS
STUDY
BIOCHEMISTRY
REACTIONS
BIOCHEMICAL REACTIONS
LIFE
LIVING SYSTEMS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Addition

  1. In addition, there was Psychokinesis work, investigations into ‘haunted’ settings, and DMILS (Direct Mental Interaction with Living Systems) studies.

System

  1. The Living Systems Theory of James Grier Miller is described as an open system characterized by information and material flows.

Signification

  1. Biosemiotics - A comprehensive site dedicated to biosemiotics, an interdisciplinary science that studies communication and signification in living systems.

Essential Component

  1. Phosphorus is an essential component of living systems and is found in nervous tissue, bones and cell protoplasm.

Genetic Information

  1. The molecule that carries genetic information in all living systems (see genetic code).

Nitrogen

  1. Ammonia is an important source of nitrogen for living systems.

Carbon

  1. CHON (Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and phosphorus) plus (sulfur), which make up 99% of all living systems.

Proteins

  1. These two enantiomers are called L and D. Only L-amino acids occur in proteins made by living systems.

Smaller Molecules

  1. A chemical reaction in which sugars are broken down into smaller molecules that can be used in living systems.

Biocompatible

  1. Materials that are compatible with living systems are referred to as "biocompatible".

Systems Thinking

  1. And systems thinking is a sensibility -- for the subtle interconnectedness that gives living systems their unique character.

Evolution

  1. One of the necessary properties of the evolution of living systems is homeorhesis.

Richard Dawkins

  1. Richard Dawkins ' books The Selfish Gene (1976) and The Extended Phenotype (1982) defended the idea that the gene is the only replicator in living systems.

Study

  1. Pharmacology is the study of how drugs exert their effects on living systems.
  2. Pharmacology (in Greek: pharmacon is drug, and logos is science) is the study of how chemical substances interfere with living systems.

Biochemistry

  1. Biochemical: Relating to biochemistry, the application of the tools and concepts of chemistry to living systems.

Reactions

  1. Bioinorganic Chemistry Bioinorganic chemistry focuses on the properties, structure, and reactions of inorganic compounds found in living systems.

Biochemical Reactions

  1. In addition, in living systems, most biochemical reactions, including ATP hydrolysis, take place during the catalysis of enzymes.

Life

  1. Carbon is essential to all known living systems, and without it life as we know it could not exist (see alternative biochemistry).

Living Systems

  1. Biochemistry is the study of the structure, composition, and chemical reactions of substances in living systems.
  2. Carbon is a vital component of all known living systems, and without it life as we know it could not exist (see carbon chauvinism).
  3. Carbon is a vital component of all known living systems, and without it life as we know it could not exist (see alternative biochemistry).

Categories

  1. Vital Component
  2. Biochemical Reactions
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Chemistry > Biochemistry
  4. Conflicts > Criticisms > Atheism > Richard Dawkins
  5. Nature > Systems > Systems Theory > Systems Thinking
  6. Books about "Living Systems" in Amazon.com

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