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PHYSIOLOGY, med. jur. The science which treats of the functions of animals; it is the science of life.
     2. The legal practitioner who expects to rise to eminence, must acquire some acquaintance with physiology. This subject is intimately connected with gestation, birth, life and death. Vide 2 Chit. Pr. 42, n.

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Grossman said: ``We know, physiologically, that when you are literally scared out of your wits, the forebrain that makes us a human being literally, physiologically, shuts down.
In contrast, these same PCBs antagonized SXR, blocking the expression of target genes and inhibiting the human body's ability to physiologically counteract harmful effects of exposure (several less stable PCBs did not antagonize SXR, however).
Janet said: "I carry out aromatherapy, and we know that the oils themselves have chemicals that work physiologically.
They also inform them how the body physiologically works during TM.
Mechanistic or physiologically based models, built using mathematical expressions of the interactions between plant components, propose to describe how a plant functions.
Ideation manifests itself physiologically, verbally, nonverbally, symbolically, and behaviorally.
Physiologically, the impact of sonar pressure waves on whales is similar to the "bends" that scuba divers sometimes suffer or die from.
Physiologically, circadian rhythms--the daily fluctuations of physiological phenomena--play a huge role in your functioning and performance.
The small range of stride and the poor biomechanical running technique of the players means that it is very difficult physiologically for them to be quick runners.
Understanding the process by which a protein efficiently folds to the physiologically active native state is one of the great challenges in biology.
But Dr Agnes Winter, head of the farm animals division of Liverpool University veterinary school, said: "It is physiologically impossible for a goat to give birth to a lamb.
Scientists are exploring the idea that heightened sensitivity to disapproval may be physiologically or hormonally based.

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