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  • {{ForensicScience}} ...ay be used in a criminal or civil [[law]] suit. The techniques of forensic science may also be used by international agencies to evaluate a nation's complianc
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  • ...ike planets around other stars has been a long-pursued question. Planetary science may eventually be able to give an answer to this question. ...y and modeling, and considerable use of [[computer simulation]]. Planetary science studies objects ranging in size from nanometer-size crystals to [[gas giant
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...ced the theory of [[evolution]], inciting a furor of academic debate and research. Even more important for archaeology was [[C. J. Thomsen]]’s establishmen
    28 KB (4,112 words) - 08:52, 4 June 2019
  • Chickens often scratch at the soil to search for [[insect]]s and [[seed]]s. ...as bacterial strains develop stronger and stronger resistances (National Research Council 1999). Critics of this view point out that, after six decades of he
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  • ==History of research== ... 3 482"/><ref name="needham volume 5 part 7 80 82">Joseph Needham. 1986. ''Science and Civilization in China: Volume 5, Chemistry and Chemical Technology, Par
    51 KB (7,623 words) - 16:46, 6 July 2018
  • ...ssorial behavior that is strongly specialized for burrowing in soft, sandy soil. These small mammals (about 4 to 8 inches in body length) are endemic to Au Marsupial moles play useful ecological roles in terms of aerating the [[soil]] and increasing water penetration through borrowing, and in [[food chain]]
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  • ...natural [[ecosystem]]s. They recycle dead plants and animals, enrich the [[soil]], [[pollination|pollinate]] [[flower]]s, spread seeds, and are a major foo ..., hollow stems, even acorns. The materials used for construction include [[soil]] and plant matter. The nests are protected from physical threats such as f
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  • ...s microscopic animals that resemble centipedes superficially and live in [[soil]]s. ...mble centipedes but are smaller and translucent. Many spend their lives as soil [[infauna]], but some live [[arboreal]]ly. Juveniles have six pairs of legs
    13 KB (1,842 words) - 19:36, 2 November 2018
  • ...ently held to be outside the bounds of science. Also outside the bounds of science is the Gaia Movement, a collection of different organizations operating in The weak versions are more acceptable from an orthodox science perspective, as they assume non-homeostasis. They state that the [[evolutio
    30 KB (4,598 words) - 15:00, 5 July 2008
  • ...smaller and smaller; the elderly no longer have the opportunity to roam in search of more appropriate food and will, consequently, die of starvation at an ea ... very often appear brown or reddish from wallowing in mud holes of colored soil.
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  • ...]]. It occurs naturally in low concentrations (a few parts per million) in soil, rock and water, and is commercially extracted from uranium-bearing [[miner ...turally occurring element that can be found in low levels within all rock, soil, and water. Uranium is also the highest-numbered element to be found natura
    48 KB (6,970 words) - 15:28, 12 January 2016
  • ...ses are alkalis. It is common to speak of "measuring the [[alkalinity]] of soil" when what is actually meant is the measurement of the [[pH]] (base propert ...mon, based on dictionary definitions,<ref>[http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=alkali Alkali], Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. Retrieved April 8, 2008.</r
    21 KB (3,336 words) - 23:49, 27 July 2019
  • ...short season crop that does well on low-fertility or acidic soils, but the soil must be well drained. Too much fertilizer, especially [[nitrogen]], will re ...kwheat have medicinal values and thus buckwheat is the source of ongoing research regarding its possible health benefits.
    23 KB (3,305 words) - 17:23, 20 August 2008
  • ...can serve to indicate the inflow of groundwater, and concentrations in the soil can help map subsurface geological faults. ...naturally from the ground. Many of these regions have [[granite|granitic]] soils, but not all granitic regions are prone to high emissions of radon. Depend
    15 KB (2,200 words) - 10:11, 17 June 2019
  • ...nal Remembrance, [http://www.ipn.gov.pl/portal.php?serwis=en&dzial=2&id=77&search=90775 Decision to commence investigation into Katyn Massacre.] Retrieved Ju ...nal Remembrance, [http://www.ipn.gov.pl/portal.php?serwis=en&dzial=2&id=77&search=90775 Decision to commence investigation into Katyn Massacre.] Retrieved Ju
    49 KB (7,172 words) - 15:24, 14 April 2018
  • ...ared, establishing a mighty kingdom in the region. Development of arts and science, as well as mathematics and astronomy, have been a hallmark of the region. ...us times. The region has given the world prominent leaders in the arts and sciences, including the poet and dramatist [[Kalidasa]], the author [[Bhartrihari]]
    38 KB (5,791 words) - 18:01, 12 September 2014
  • ...http://www.todayinsci.com/7/7_03.htm#Berthier Pierre Berthier]. ''Today in Science History''. Retrieved August 13, 2007.</ref> The Frenchman [[Henri Etienne S ...[[hydrogen sulfide]] over aluminum powder. It is [[Polymorphism (materials science)|polymorphic]].
    38 KB (5,712 words) - 15:35, 14 March 2019
  • ...stricted to Dejima, a small artificial island, and thus, not true Japanese soil, in the harbor at Nagasaki. ... such as the study of [[electricity|electrical phenomena]], and mechanical sciences as exemplified by the development of Japanese clockwatches, or ''wadokei''
    38 KB (5,743 words) - 19:37, 25 September 2017
  • ...m's very large surface area to absorb water and mineral nutrients from the soil. Some are cultivated by ants. For humans, some Basidiomycota are a source o ...use most fungi are embedded in the medium in which they grow, most often [[soil]], they are often not visible.
    22 KB (3,208 words) - 16:35, 20 August 2008
  • ...l issues include some forest degradation caused by air and soil pollution, soil pollution resulting from the use of agricultural chemicals, air pollution r ...fascist regime, backed by the army and the Heimwehr (Home Defence League), searched the headquarters of and banned the Socialist Party. Later Dollfuss abolis
    92 KB (13,328 words) - 00:28, 2 July 2019

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