- n. Plural form of organism.
“Early evidence of harm to aquatic organisms is giving researchers grounds for real concern.”
“(Tintori) spoke with Cassandra Extavour about the evolution and development of multicellularity, and how the ability to contribute to the next generation of organisms is usually restricted to a small population of special cells.”
“Since his time, biologists have discovered a huge amount that is really interesting and important about internal factors in organisms that affect reproduction.”
“Or do they base their biological research on the premise that the diversity of living organisms is due to blind, undirected chemical processes - cumulative selection of genetic mistakes?”
“I obviously agree with Gould about intelligent design in organisms, but I think also that a real disagreement exists.”
“Applying the 1st Law to living organisms is Proof by Tautology.”
“I would obviously have to generate more examples, but is the relationships of how things grow or expand (systems within organisms, whole organisms – like trees, city systems, animal migrations, cultural revolutions, troop movements etc) just coincidental or evidence of some basic principle from an intelligent design?”
“This is one of those studies the object of which seems to have been to demonstrate how high a temperature certain organisms can survive — regardless of whether or not the results had any biological significance.”
“However the only materialistic explanation science has produced for the changes observed in living organisms is random mutation – no reason, it just happens – a non explanation.”
“This is why people like you harp on and on about certain organisms that fit your preconceived ideas of how evolution works and ignore the rest.”
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