Biostatics

Bi`o┬Ěstat'ics noun [ Greek ... life + ... . See Statics .] (Biol.) The physical phenomena of organized bodies, in opposition to their organic or vital phenomena.
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Biostatics

• (n.) The physical phenomena of organized bodies, in opposition to their organic or vital phenomena.
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biostatics

biostatics 1. The science of the relation between structure and function in organisms. 2. The study of the structure of organisms in relation to their functions, as opposed to biodynamics.
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biostatics

Type: Term Pronunciation: bī′ō-stat′iks Definitions: 1. The science of the relation between structure and function in organisms.
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