abiological


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abiological

(ā′bī-ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Not associated with or derived from living organisms.

a′bi·o·log′i·cal·ly adv.

abiological

An obsolete adjective pertaining or referring to abiology.
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He takes it for granted that this is an abiological world, characterized by a "museum of rockscapes," regolith, ejecta, mesas, and craters.
I'm staying on the fence because that critical piece of lab work that demonstrates that they're biological or abiological is still in progress.
Abiological ponds, which are sometimes called "poison systems," contain no fish or plants.
added in their study was incorporated into soil organic matter via an undescribed abiological process.
By the 'selective regime' of a trait I mean the total set of abiological and biological (including social, developmental and physiological) factors in the environment of the trait which potentially affect the fitness of individuals with that trait.
The agreement came two days after abiological warfare symposium at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Both abiological and biological subsurface processes have been proposed to explain the presence of this methane.