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bi·on

(bī'on),
A living thing.
[G. pres. p. ntr. of bioō, to live]
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A discrete living plant or animal in an ecosystem, which is capable of independent function
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bion

(bī′ŏn) [Gr. bios, life]
Any living organism.
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bi·on

(bī'on)
A living thing.
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Recently, Bion also incorporated SSAB Strenx steel into the chassis design of some products to provide even greater structural strength.
Bion's B460 and B240 tipper trailers provide 46 cu m and 24 cu m capacities respectively and have been specifically developed to transport bulk abrasive materials such as sand, gravel, aggregate, rubble and debris while offering long service life, high payload and low maintenance.
No element, such as the sexual element, can be comprehended save in its relationship with other elements; for example with the determination with which Oedipus pursues his inquiry into the crime despite the warnings of Tiresias (Bion 1963:45).
13 January 2010 - Swedish biotechnology R&D company Probi AB (STO: PROB) said today that German pharmaceutical company Merck KGaA (ETR: MRK) will market Bion Transit, a dietary supplement based on Probi's bacteria Lp299v, in 13 countries in Latin America.
23 December 2009 - US Renewable energy company Bion Environmental Technologies is planning to build a large-scale beef cattle and processing operation near the town of Schroeppel, New York.