Did you mayhaps mean ecosystems?
- n. Plural form of biosystem.
“No, it doesn't, and the term "biosystems" is gibberish in this context.”
“But streams don't create the complexity we see in biosystems.”
“But fewer realize that over the course of the past two and a half decades, Danson has tirelessly devoted himself to the cause of heading off a looming global catastrophe--the massive destruction of our planet's oceanic biosystems and the complete collapse of the world's major fish stocks caused by commercial fishing.”
“Boucher, who studied biosystems engineering as an undergraduate at McGill University in Montreal, said that Stamkos's wrists and forearms are exceptionally strong, his hand-to-eye coordination "incredible.”
“There was an unpleasant aura about the biosystems lab as they approached.”
“A leading cultivation technology developed by the Japanese pharmaceutical company Fuji Chemical Industry employs the concept of fully enclosed biosystems designed for maximum control and purity.”
“Robert Anex, an Iowa State associate professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, is leading several studies looking for some answers.”
“Therefore, many zero-emissions researchers describe integrated biosystems in which at least two biological subsystems are part of an integrated process to reduce emissions and reuse agricultural by-products.”
“Countless biosystems of the Earth (for openers, the human species biosystem) are in an agony of death throws and WE SIMPLY HAVE RUN OUT OF TIME.”
“Well, that depends on an a prioi decision regarding the biosystems themselves.”
Looking for tweets for biosystems.