(Robert) Laurence. 1869–1943, British poet and art historian, best known for his elegiac war poems “For the Fallen” (1914) and “The Burning of the Leaves” (1944)
The Life of Johannes Brahms (Vol 2 of 2) Florence May
The London Mercury, Vol. I, Nos. 1-6, November 1919 to April 1920 Various
Modern British Poetry Various
Pot-Boilers Clive Bell
biological accumulation. bioaccumulation (bī’ō-ə-kym’yə-lā’shən) The accumulation of a substance, such as a toxic chemical, in various tissues of a living organism. Bioaccumulation takes place within an organism when the rate of intake of a substance is greater than the rate of excretion or metabolic transformation of that substance. Compare biomagnification.
the science of sounds produced by or affecting living organisms, as for communication or echolocation.
any effect on, interaction with, or response from living tissue.
determination of the biological activity or potency of a substance, as a vitamin or hormone, by testing its effect on the growth of an organism. to subject to a bioassay. noun (ˌbaɪəʊəˈseɪ; -ˈæseɪ) a method of determining the concentration, activity, or effect of a change to substance by testing its effect on a living organism […]