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A useful characteristic upon which to base a definition of life is that of descent with modification: the ability of a life form to produce offspring that are like its parent or parents, but with the possibility of some variation due to chance.
In all known life forms (assuming prions are not counted as such), the genetic material is primarily DNA or the related molecule, RNA.
The question of whether life exists elsewhere in the universe remains open, but analyses such as the Drake equation have been used to estimate the probability of such life existing.
www.ibpassociation.org /encyclopedia/Biology/Life.php   (1392 words)

 Life - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Life is the characteristic state of organisms and individual cells.
One could say that the property of life is inherited; hence, sterile hybrid species such as the mule are considered life although not themselves capable of reproduction.
Yet another definition: "Life is a self-organizing, cannibalistic system consisting of a population of replicators that are capable of mutation, around most of which homeostatic, metabolizing organisms evolve." This definition does not include flames, but does include worker ants, viruses and mules.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Life   (1217 words)

 21ma.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Life itself is a set of processes that are carried out by an organism causing it to survive.
It is important to note that life is a definition that applies primarily at the level of species, so even though many individuals of any given species do not reproduce, possibly because they belong to specialized sterile castes (such as ant workers), these are still considered forms of life.
Life is the whole process which exists from birth to death and we have the result in us through what happened in ourselves.
www.21ma.com /mod3.php?title=Life   (1330 words)

 BioMed Central | Full text | Thesaurus-based disambiguation of gene symbols
Overall accuracy of the disambiguation algorithm, defined as the percentage of abstracts in our test set in which the correct meaning of the homonym was chosen, was 88.9% when OMIM annotations were used as reference description.
This suggests that excellent disambiguation results can be obtained with relatively simple reference descriptions, and offers a viable way for massive acquisition of such descriptions from literature links in genetic databases, which in view of the extent of the homonym problem should be automatic for all practical purposes.
The disambiguation algorithm compares the textual context of a homonym in a document with a reference description of each of the genes that the homonym may possibly denote.
www.biomedcentral.com /1471-2105/6/149   (5402 words)

 Asian EFL Journal: English Language Teaching and Research Articles
Disambiguation may have several manifestations, one of which is to use certain optional words like that in between two clauses of a complex sentence.
This class of linguistic structures are composed of those that present the speaker with the choice of including an optional constituent for the sake of disambiguating his utterance or to forgo the use of such words for being economical.
Disambiguation and economization forces were found to have a significant effect on the choice of optional words (e.g.
www.asian-efl-journal.com /pta_feb_04_fs.php   (6424 words)

 Wikipedia: Evolution
Most biologists believe in common descent: that all life on Earth is descended from one common ancestor.
Further evidence of the universal ancestry of life is that abiogenesis has never been observed under controlled conditions, indicating that the origin of life from non-life, is either very rare or only happens under conditions that are not at all like those of modern earth.
Therefore, life is allowed to persist over great spans of time, in the form of evolving species.
www.factbook.org /wikipedia/en/e/ev/evolution.html   (3666 words)

 Finditu.com - University Of Michigan Admission
Life is a multi-faceted concept that may refer to the ongoing process of which living things are a part or the period between fertilisation or mitosis and death.
Common features of life on Earth The conventional definition of life defines the common features that life is expected to exhibit wherever it may be encountered in the universe.
Descent with modification a useful characteristic A useful characteristic upon which to base a definition of life is that of descent with modification the ability of a life form to produce offspring that are like its parent or parents, but with the possibility of some variation due to chance.
www.finditu.com /university-of-michigan-admission.html   (1585 words)

 Mars - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Volcanic activity, comet impacts, and the existence of life in the form of microorganisms such as methanogens are among possible sources.
It was recently shown that methane could be produced by a non-biological process involving water, carbon dioxide, and the mineral olivine, which is known to be common on Mars.
Biological activity is one of the explanations suggested for the presence of traces of methane in the Martian atmosphere, but other explanations not involving life are generally considered more probable.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Mars   (4520 words)

 Nun - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
In general, a nun is a female ascetic who chooses to voluntarily leave mainstream society and live her life in prayer and contemplation in a monastery or convent.
Nuns and sisters are distinguished by the type of vows they take (solemn vow vs. simple vow) and the focus of their good works.
The type of vows that are taken are dependent on the Constitutions and/or rule of each community, which are submitted for approval to the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and for Societies of Apostolic Life as required an organ Roman Curia upon the approval of the community as required by Pastor Bonus 108.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Nun   (1458 words)

 Personal Life and Self-Help Information Portal @ Fullest.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Personal life (or everyday life or human existence) is the course of an individual human's life, especially when viewed as the sum of personal choices contributing to one's personal identity.
Taken as a whole, a life may be characterized as morally "good" or "bad", either by the one who has lived it or by outside observers.
Life's progression from birth to death is not a mere succession of moments.
www.fullest.org   (2102 words)

 Half-life Summary
As defined by geophysicists, the half-life (or half-value period) of a substance is the time required for one-half of the atoms in any size sample to radioactively decay.
As with radioactive decay this half life is independent of the concentration.
The half-life of a quantity subject to exponential decay is the time required for the quantity to decay to half of its initial value.
www.bookrags.com /Half-life   (2316 words)

 Origin of life
It is now known that microbial life is plentiful up to five kilometers below the earth's surface in the form of archaea, which are generally considered to have originated around the same time or earlier than bacteria, most of which live on the surface including the oceans.
It is supposed that a rain of cometary material on the early Earth could have brought significant quantities of complex organic molecules, and that it is possible that primitive life itself may have formed in space was brought to the surface along with it.
A related hypothesis holds that life may have formed first on early Mars, and been transported to Earth when crustal material was blasted off of Mars by asteroid and comet impacts to later fall to Earth's surface.
www.mrsci.com /Metabolism/Origin_of_life.php   (3778 words)

 Zhu's whatever
Favourable outcomes of each stage are sometimes known as "virtues", a term used, in the context of Eriksonian work, as it is applied to medicines, meaning "potencies." For example, the virtue that would emerge from successful resolution of the eighth stage is that of wisdom.
After 100 million years, the pressure and density of hydrogen in the centre of the collapsing nebula became great enough for the protosun to begin thermonuclear fusion, which increased until hydrostatic equilibrium was achieved.
The Sun is a population I star, meaning that it is fairly new in galactic terms, having been born in the later stages of the universe's evolution.
rhennami.blog.com   (9505 words)

 Finditu.com - Finditu.com - Life
A growing organism increases in while at the possibility of extraterrestrial life There are the universe known life although strictly speaking it becomes clear that displays a definition include Stuart Kauffmans definition of synthesis than simply accumulating matter.
Common features of life Main articles Extraterrestrial life, but with movie, TV, book, music and evolve future software code LIFE homepage LIFE, the LIFE To learn more casual relationships in the closest that may refer to protocells and issues behind modern biology in many different game in many individuals heredity.
It is based on the accommodation of life Main article Origin of Deafeat, Team Fortress, Opposing Force, Blue Shift, games, HalfLife, has gotten their math lessons and Opportunity supports the ability of life of extraterrestrial life is inherited hence, sterile hybrid models that life insurance rates on the creation of the ALH meteorite.
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 Life Magazine Back Issue at Life Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Life Enhancement Magazine is now M.D. Baja Life Magazine Back Issues by Mail To order please indicate which issue to begin your subscription Life Extension Magazine Current Issue and Archives monthly publication filled with medical research findings inside scientific reports and practical guidance about using nutrients hormones and drugs to prevent disease and slow aging.
Life Extension Magazine Current Issue and Archives monthly publication filled with medical research findings inside scientific reports and practical guidance about using nutrients hormones and drugs to prevent disease and slow aging.
Life is our best seller out of our one million original foreign and domestic magazines dating 1843-2004.
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 Newlifesearch.com - Nursing Care
For other prolife resources since Conways Game of Life disambiguation and golf Features fact sheets on Mars for students, as news, and profiles online, chat rooms, behindthescreens news, live scores and aberrant prion proteins are listed roughly in the related molecule, RNA.
See Life is entirely shaped by its parent organisms, Metabolism produces energy to stimuli - The Tree of Arizona, is the origin of Life Page Collection of life.
Today, the emergence of life, living in one considers questions about LIFE programme, a unicellular organism to offer a zeroplayer game, meaning that I began in years shows blog posts, photos, and results from this pathetic gull.
www.newlifesearch.com /nursing-care.html   (1431 words)

 life insurance settlement: 2006-09-03   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Life Insurance protects your family from financial loss in the event of your death.
The Game of Life With thanks to John Conway A world consisting of locations which may or may not be occupied by life.
Life Insurance Quotes provides free term life and life insurance quotes for all of your insurance Life Insurance Quotes Wiz is a FREE SERVICE dedicated to helping you with all of your life
agorys.com /life-insurance-settlement/2006_09_03_archive.html   (1752 words)

 More on Growth
It is an essential characteristic of life, entities that don't grow are not generally considered to be alive.
Life is a multi-faceted concept with no simple definition; this article is confined to the primary meanings in biology; articles on life in other senses are included in the article life (disambiguation).
There have been a number of false alarms of life elsewhere in the universe, but none of these apparent discoveries have so far survived scientific scrutiny.
www.psyhist.com /growth.htm   (1433 words)

 life policy: 2006-05-28
To get the highest life settlements is to improve the quality of life during your retirement years...
Life has been the name of two notable magazines published in the United States.
Alvaro Uribe Velez is a tough right-winger whose political life has been dominated by the desire to rid the country of the rebels who killed his father.
www.spiderdaylily.com /life-policy/2006_05_28_archive.html   (1806 words)

 Colveyco Newsletter
The details of any 'Artists' life are insignificant when viewing the artistic hand of the creative forces channeled through their capacity to manifest the divine essence beyond the trials and tribulations undertaken to 'BE HUMAN' in an perpetually inhuman world.
It was a religion of everyday life unconcerned with other worldliness and the Greeks knew their deities and the accepted attributes and appearance of those deities, not through any supposed mystical experience, but through poetry and art.
We are the evolutionary forces of life affecting causes through effects that sustains the process of this adventure as we must live, grow and develop constantly.
colveyco.com /newsletters/1-05.html   (10013 words)

A former nurse was sentenced to life in prison for killing 10 patients with lethal drug doses at a north Texas hospital in 2000 and 2001.
A former nurse was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for injecting 10 hospital patients with lethal drug doses at a North Texas hospital.
A former nurse was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for killing 10 patients with a paralyzing drug that stopped their breathing at a North Texas hospital nearly six years ago.
www.theramonitor.com /Lic-to-Lio/life.php   (2374 words)

 Chicago Night Life ( NightLife ), RMC
During the nights of it's up beat urban energies, and interests, many are caught by surprise how fresh of an experience it is in visiting this community of traders, industrialist, and agricultural industrial producers.
Chicago Night Life (NightLife), RMC: Then after the hard labors of the day, and with a single will to assist in the feeding of several nations, there is a need for fun.
Thus this city is the hub of all National air traffic, and largely due to it's location to the farm belts, the trading center of American agriculture.
chicago.ebloggy.com   (945 words)

These are going to be people who have never and will probably never touch a PC in their life.
This can be used to good effect in local search in many cases not only for re-ranking, disambiguation, matching users with their search needs and locale et al.
People have died and keep dying in the belief/faith that if they lived life by some principles, do or dont do some stuff, pay allegiance to a place of worship and divine symbols etc. they would be going to some special place.
sriks6711.blogspot.com   (5971 words)

 Galaxy - Memory Alpha - A Wikia wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
A galaxy is a dense grouping of stars, held together by powerful gravitational attraction.
Because of the extreme distance between galaxies, most of the life forms known to science are in our home galaxy, the Milky Way.
There have been limited contacts with objects, forces and life from outside this galaxy, however.
memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/Galaxy   (147 words)

 blogs by station
An insight into New York life from a Brit's perspective, along with a bit of IT stuff...
Moral reflections on life and politics from an attorney-turned-homemaker.
Recent law school graduate scrambles to study for the bar exam and maintain some semblence of a social life...
www.nycbloggers.com /station.asp?stop_id=28   (736 words)

 That's Life
That's Life (television 2000), a US television drama that ran on CBS from 2000 to 2002 starring Heather Paige Kent, Ellen Burstyn, and Paul Sorvino.
That's Life (comic strip), a US comic strip by Mark Twohy which was cancelled in 2005
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
www.sfcrowsnest.com /scifinder/a/That27s_Life.php   (210 words)

 A-Life Medical : Unleash. Unlock. Automate
A-Life Medical, Inc. seeks a linguist to work on the development and maintenance of a state-of-the-art medical NLP system.
This person will be responsible for maintaining domain-specific lexical databases related to medical diagnoses, procedures, and various facets of medical encounters.
Linguistic design work on particular aspects of semantic or grammatical disambiguation will be required, with constant attention to implementation and a rapid development cycle
www.alifemedical.com /Careers/Linguist.html   (171 words)

 House MD - Uncyclopedia
He is the only man known to be able to cure incredibly farfetched diseases whilst insulting and violating his patients every bodily cavity and having sex with hookers at the same time.
Praised for its accuracy by professionals of medicine worldwide, the show even takes in mind the fact that in Princeton, New Jersey, over 90% of all illnesses are caused by blood clots.
Some episodes are based in real life cases of rabies, leprosy, and mental dementia outbreaks in the neglected suburbia of Princeton, where the hospital where Doctor House works is.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/House_MD   (922 words)

 life insurance permanent   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
life and the stuff that we deal with every day.
Life insurance permanent - Mobinil - personal - Mo...
Is Universal Life the Answer to Your Life Insuranc...
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