bionomics


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bi·on·o·my

(bī-on'ō-mē),
The laws of life; the science concerned with the laws regulating the vital functions.
Synonym(s): bionomics (1)
[bio- + G. nomos, law]
(1) A recent term for the merger of biologic and economic theory
(2) An older synonym for Biology, Ecology, or Physiology

bionomics

see ECOLOGY.
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Bionomics Limited (Adelaide, Australia) granted a licence to Boston-based Athena Diagnostics (Boston, MA) to market Bionomics' childhood epilepsy diagnostic to neurologists in North America and Japan.
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He is a former director of The Bionomics Institute, Daniel Industries, Inc., GeoQuest International Holdings, Inc., International Systems & Controls, John Hancock Advisers, Inc., MorningStar Foods Inc., and The Southland Corporation.