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- spatial dynamics of mechanistic bits of matter cannoning off each other. Nevertheless, his understanding of biology was mechanistic in nature: "I should...
- mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR), sometimes also referred to as the mechanistic target of rapamycin and FK506-binding protein 12-rapamycin-****ociated...
- light. These are called, "photochemical reactions", or "photolysis". Mechanistic organic photochemistry is the aspect of organic photochemistry which...
- components, and much remains to be done before we understand the precise mechanistic roles of such elements in RNA synthesis. The ****embly of infectious coronavirus...
- resulted from malnourishment. A study conducted by He et al. (2011) used a mechanistic modeling approach to study the three waves of the 1918 influenza pandemic...
- spatial dynamics of mechanistic bits of matter cannoning off each other. Nevertheless, his understanding of biology was thoroughly mechanistic in nature: "I...
- person's consciousness) though evolving, exists as a continuum and is the mechanistic basis of what undergoes rebirth, rebecoming and redeath. The rebirth...
- gave a new confidence to the role of dissection, observation, and the mechanistic view of anatomy. Another important development was in the process for...
- for their own well-established products diminished. He created a term mechanistic organization- and organismic (also called organic organization) organization...
- race as insignificant, powerless, and doomed in a materialistic and mechanistic universe. Lovecraft was a keen amateur astronomer from his youth, often...
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