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The gradual changes to the structures and functions of living things which have been occurring from the moment that the earliest life forms appeared on Earth, perhaps 3500–4000 million years ago.
A conglomerate term which seeks to encompass all the influences on individuals and groups from their biological and psychological functioning and social interactions.
A form of vision in which brain-damaged subjects can show evidence of some level of perception (e.g. an ability to point correctly at targets) even though they are unconscious of any such visual stimuli.
A lower than normal heart rate.
brown adipose tissue (BAT)
A chemical agent that causes cancer.
A disturbance to the normal beating of the heart.
A term used to describe insufficient blood flow to the tissues, such that tissue damage occurs.