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1. Biome
A region which has distinct types of organisms, substrates, and climate, all interacting to produce a large, distinct, and complex biotic community.

2. Biome
A large-scale grouping that includes many communities of a similar nature.

3. Biomechanical engineering
This is the use of engineering/mechanical principles to solve problems in biology and medicine.

4. Biomechanics
The study of the body in terms of its mechanical structure and properties. Locomotion of the body is one of the more important things to which the mechanical laws are applied for study.

5. Biomechanics
This is the study of how living organisms move, grow, etc. in relation to mechanical principles.

6. Biomedical engineering
The use of engineering technology, instrumentation and methods to solve medical problems, such as improving our understanding of physiology and the manufacture of artificial limbs and organs.

7. Biomedicine
A general term which means research done in the fields of biology , biochemistry , and chemistry for application in medicine.

8. Biometer
A device which is used to measure the tiny amounts of carbon dioxide that functioning tissues give off.

9. Biometrical genetics
The mathematical approach to the study of the inheritance of different phenotype s, or physical characteristics, as a result of plant or animal breeding.

10. Biometrics (biometry)
* The statistical approach to the study of biology, especially to biological events like births and deaths, and other biological observations. * The calculation of life expectancy.

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