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- n. the science that studies living organisms
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After they destroyed the Grisands, they developed no biological science of their own, and to allow serf scientists to experiment physically with the masters was unthinkable under their code system.
But erroneous as they were, his observations had a considerable — and in some re - spects positive — impact on biological science in his day.
It explains the intricate problems of biological science and those far-reaching and important spiritual relations that exist between God and man, and that exist between man and his fellow-intelligences.