biodynamics

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bi·o·dy·nam·ics

(bī'ō-dī-nam'iks),
The science dealing with the force or energy of living matter.
[bio- + G. dynamis, force]

biodynamics

(bī′ō-dī-năm′ĭks, -dĭ-)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. The scientific study of the effects of dynamic processes, such as motion or acceleration, on living organisms.
2.
a. The holistic study of the vital force or energy of living matter and physiological processes.
b. A holistic method of organic gardening and crop cultivation in which certain factors, such as planetary and seasonal cycles, are considered.

bi′o·dy·nam′ic adj.

biodynamics

[-dīnam′iks]
the study of the effects of dynamic processes, such as radiation, on organisms.

biodynamics

(1) The formal study of vital forces, physiological interactions and behaviours in living organisms.
(2) The study of the effects of physical changes and mechanics on biological systems.
(3) Biodynamic agriculture, see there.

biodynamics

The formal study of vital forces, physiological interactions and behavior

bi·o·dy·nam·ics

(bī'ō-dī-nam'iks)
The dynamic relationship existing between organisms, their physiology, and their environment.
[bio- + G. dynamis, force]

biodynamics

the scientific study of the nature and determinants of the behavior of all organisms, including humans.
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